Spy x Family manga 5th anniversary
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Spy x Family Manga 5th Anniversary Celebrated With New Video

March 25, 2024, is the 5th anniversary day of the Spy x Family manga, and Shueisha noted the occasion by posting a tweet thread on the Japanese official X account for its Shonen Jump + magazine. It reveals the company’s plans to celebrate the anniversary.

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The thread starts with an illustration and message from Tatsuya Endo. The manga author still does not know how long the series will continue, but he hopes everyone will continue to closely follow the Forger family’s journey.

Shueisha also published a special movie to mark the Spy x Family manga’s 5th anniversary on the official Shonen Jump channel on YouTube:

In addition, Shueisha will release new Spy x Family merchandise designed by Tatsuya Endo. The thread also revealed that the author will hold autograph sessions for the first time in his career. The events will not only take place in the Japanese cities of Tokyo, Osaka, and Fukuoka, as Endo will also head to South Korea’s capital city Seoul. Shueisha will publish a more detailed schedule in the near future.

Spy x Family originated as a manga series that launched in Shonen Jump + on March 25, 2019. The manga is still ongoing, and Tatsuya Endo published the 96th chapter on March 18, 2024. The title’s popularity skyrocketed after Wit Studio and CloverWorks produced its anime adaptation that started airing in 2022.

Crunchyroll will launch the Spy x Family Code: White movie in North American theaters on April 19, 2024. Meanwhile, Bandai Namco will release the Spy x Anya: Operation Memories video game for the Switch, PS4, and PS5 internationally in late June 2024, with a PC version following later on.

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