The live-action Tokyo Ghoul movie will finally premiere in July 3, and Sui Ishida’s Tokyo Ghoul:Re manga will be releasing its 11th volume. Now, these two huge occasions require much celebration, right? Don’t worry, because the Tokyo Ghoul artworks by creator Sui Ishida will be taking over one of Japan’s busiest train stations just for the occasion!
The mangaka’s original artworks will be going on display over at the east exit gate’s north passage. It will stay there starting June 19th, and will be displayed for about a week. It will contain about 27 of Sui Ishida’s original artworks which are displayed and framed to get that art gallery feel.
If these artworks look familiar, that’s because they’re are also the same ones Ishida posted in his twitter page. They’re also launching a special twitter campaign in Japan where 25 lucky winners will get a printed version of these Sui Ishida artworks.
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source: Comic Natalie