It is a well-known fact that the show from Fox TV series Prison Break is released as a Manga adaptation. It will be on the online service named Piccoma on Sunday. A relative newcomer to this field Hikosuke Soyama is expected to be drawing the manga for the season 1. He will be working under the guidance of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.
An unexpected release:
The story full of suspense is shot in the Penitentiary Fox River State, a fully-security equipped for the worst prisoners. It is about the rescue of an elder brother. To rescue the older brother named Lincoln played by Dominic Purcell who was cast for murder. Michael played by Wentworth Miller comes with a descriptive plan to get an entry into the cell and finally break out of the prison.
NEWS: Prison Break TV Series' First Season Adapted into New Manga
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The original version of the TV series was premiered long back ago. It came on The Fox channel in America in August 2005. It was initially released with four seasons. The fifth season for the famous show was released as Prison Break: Resurrection was released a decade later in 2017. It has also come to news that sixth season shooting is also in progress. In Japan, the same series debuted on home video in 2006 before being streamed on the television later in that year. The fifth season of the show was streamed in Japan as it was aired in the United States.
Prison Break Manga adaptation really:
Another live-action TV series, BBC’s Sherlock, had also received a Manga adaptation which was launched in 2012. It did not gather much attention. Titan comics is also expected to publish the Manga in English.
Episode One through Four is currently available on Japanese subscription service of Piccoma. Fans of the show can again catch the experience the sheer intelligence. The ingenious Michael’s plan to save his elder brother Lincoln from the charges of execution after being framed for a murder.
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