One of Disney’s recent successes, Big Hero Operation will return to Brazil – this time in comics. Editora Planeta launches the manga that continues the story of the animation that won the Oscar for Best Animated Film in 2015 and that shows what happened to the characters after they decided to form a team of superheroes.
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Over three stories divided into 200 pages, readers will follow the new adventures of the young genius Hiro Hamada and his friendly robot Baymax. In addition to the duo, the plot brings back characters like Go Go, Wasabi, Honey Lemon and Fred as parts of this super-team that fights to protect the city of San Fransokyo from criminals.
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In addition, the manga’s story also explores more of the team’s daily life, especially with Hiro going to college and having to divide his routine between an ordinary student and a superhero — a dilemma that is very familiar to any comic book reader.
Operation Big Hero: The Series is illustrated by artist Hong Gyun An, who makes his manga debut with this adaptation. And, unlike other manga released in Brazil, the adaptation of Operation Big Hero maintains the Western reading sense, that is, from left to right, which makes it a more accessible work for younger readers as well.
Around here, the manga will cost R$ 62.90 and the release is scheduled for this month of January in newsstands and bookstores across the country.