Cells at Work! is a Japanese manga series by Akane Shimizu. Red and white blood cells are the two characters of this storey, which depicts anthropomorphized cells of the human body. From January 2015 to January 2021, it was serialised in Kodansha’s shnen manga magazine Monthly Shnen Sirius. Kodansha USA has licenced it for distribution in North America.
Two seasons and 21 half-hour episodes were shown as of February 27, 2021, in an anime television series by David Production that started on July 8, 2018. “Hataraku Saib!!” is the title of an upcoming theatrical anime production. Chi Sawagi! will premiere in September of 2020 at Karada no Naka. Cells at Work!, an anime version of the spin-off series. The first episode of the upcoming sci-fi series Code Black will air in the first week of January 2021.
Cells At Work Plot
Trillions of humanoid cells execute their jobs to maintain the human body healthy in this narrative. Two of these cells are the centre of the show: AE3803, a newbie red blood cell, and U-1146, a tenacious white blood cell, both of which are always on the lookout for pathogens that try to infiltrate the body.
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Cells At Work Manga
‘Cells at Work!’ is Akane Shimizu’s first book of original stories and illustrations. From January 26, 2015 to January 26, 2021, it was serialised in Kodansha’s shnen manga magazine Monthly Shnen Sirius.    As of August 2017, Kodansha have compiled the manga into five tankbon volumes. 
North American rights to Cells at Work! were granted to Kodansha USA on March 21, 2016. Tong Li Publishing has licenced the manga in Taiwan as well.
Cells at Work has also been licenced by Kodansha USA! On the alert. It has also licenced five further spin-offs: Bacteria!; Cells at Work: Platelets; Cells at Work: Baby!; and Cells at Work: Platelets. Work is being done by Neo Bacteria and Cells! The White Battalion
Cells At Work Spin-offs
Cells at Work!: Bacteria! by Haruyuki Yoshida was published in the May 2017 edition of Nakayoshi and explores the lives of healthy and harmful bacteria in the intestines.
July 3, 2020, was declared as the conclusion date for Cells at Work!: Bacteria! In February 2021, the Palcy manga app will begin serialising a sequel series titled Cells at Work! Neo Bacteria.
Monthly Shnen Sirius announced a spin-off in September 2017 called Cells NOT at Operate! by Moe Sugimoto, which deals with immature red blood cells (erythroblasts) that refuse to work.
On the 26th of November 2021, the last chapter was released.
Cells at Work is a new spin-off of the manga! As on the 7th of June, 2018, Weekly Morning has been airing the comic book Code Dark, which takes place in the “black” atmosphere created by a person’s poor lifestyle. Issei Hatsuyoshi and Shimizu are responsible for the drawings and the supervision of the manga.
In Cells at Work and Friends!, a Killer T Cell who is generally rigorous with himself and others decides to have a good time with his friends and coworkers. He’d want to meet new people, but he’s wary of making enemies in the process. On the 12th of January, 2019, Bessatsu Friend began airing the series. Kanna Kurono and Mio Izumi wrote and drew it.  It came to an end on the 13th of April, 2021.
Cells at Work!: Platelets is a new spin-off series featuring the platelet characters. serialised in the June 2019 issue of Monthly Shnen Sirius, a manga written and drawn by Kanna Kurono and published on May 25th, 2019 by the publisher. On April 26, 2021, it came to an end.
Cells at Work!: Baby!, illustrated by Yasuhiro Fukuda, debuted in the 45th issue of Weekly Morning on October 17, 2019, and is a spin-off series about cells within a baby’s body 40 weeks after conception and on the verge of birth.
On October 7, 2021, it came to an end.Cells at Work!: Lady! is a spin-off series that looks at the cells in an adult woman’s body. On January 22, 2020, Monthly Morning Two’s March issue included a storey written by Harada and drawn by Akari Otokawa.
White blood cells are the centrepiece of a new spin-off series called Cells at Work! It was in the December edition of Monthly Shnen Sirius that Tetsuji Kanie’s White Brigade was released.
Cells at Work! is the title of yet another spin-off series. Kodansha’s Young Magazine Web platform will begin serialisation of Kae Hashimoto’s Illegal on February 1, 2022.
Cells At Work Anime
In January of this year, an anime television series adaption was revealed. A collaboration between Takahiko Yoshida and Kenichi Suzuki, the film’s director and producer, and David Production, the film’s animator, is the brainchild of the duo. Kenichiro Suehiro and MAYUKO are responsible for the series’ score. On July 8th, 2018, Tokyo MX and other networks aired the first episode of the anime series.
There were thirteen episodes in all. In North America, Aniplex of America obtained the series’ broadcast rights from Crunchyroll and began streaming it in real time. In Australia and New Zealand, Madman Entertainment aired the series on AnimeLab, while Muse Communication obtained the rights to the show and aired it on Animax Asia in Southeast Asia and South Asia.To bring the show to audiences in the UK and Ireland, MVM Entertainment purchased the rights to distribute it.
In Japanese, the opening theme is “Mission! Health Comes First” by Kana Hanazawa; in English, it is “CheerS” by ClariS. On the 27th of December, 2018, a special episode aired.  Aniplex of America released the English dub on August 27, 2019.
The second season of the show was officially announced on Twitter on March 23rd, 2019. On February 27, 2021, the second season aired from January 9 to February 27.  Only director Kenichi Suzuki will be replaced by director Hirofumi Ogura for season two by David Production’s core team. It’s “Go! Go! Saibo Festa!” by the main cast, while “Fight!!” by ClariS is the concluding theme.
Hataraku Saib!! is the title of an upcoming live-action anime film. Saikyō no Teki, Futatabi. On July 4, 2020, the second season of Karada no Naka wa “Cho” sawagi! was revealed as an early screening of episodes 4–8. “Kesshouban: Eigakan e Iku” is a short animation that is also presented. Director Kenichi Suzuki was replaced by director Hirofumi Ogura for this film’s production, while the rest of the David Production personnel remained. On September 5, 2020, it will debut.
Cells At Work-A Short Story
On July 12, 2018, Kodansha published a light novel translation of the manga named Shsetsu Hataraku Saibo. Akane Shimizu and Yui Tokiumi wrote and drew it.
Cells At Work-Theatrical production
In the August edition of Kodansha’s Monthly Shnen Sirius magazine, a stage play adaption named Tainai Katsugeki Hataraku Saib was announced.
Tokyo’s Theatre 1010 staged the play from November 16 to 25, 2018. Masanari Wada played U-1146 and Kanon Nanaki played AE3803 in the play directed by Tsuyoshi Kida, whose script was written by Keita Kawajiri. The last performance, which took place on the 25th, was also streamed in its entirety live on the internet..
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Cells At Work Reception
Anime News Network’s Rebecca Silverman praised the manga’s educational value despite its presentational problems and concluded that the manga’s appealing characters made it an enjoyable read.
‘Very enjoyable shonen action manga’: Sean Gaffney of Manga Bookshelf praised the manga’s absurdity and comedy. the most bloody programme on television since it has so many blood cells as characters and so has more blood than shows displaying much violence,” said Ian Wolf, an anime critic for Anime UK News, who scored the British Blu-ray version a 9 out of 10.
As of 2016, the manga was ranked sixth in the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! guidebook. It was listed in the “Top 22 Comics, Graphic Novels & Manga” list put up by Paul Gravett for October 2016. Over 1.3 million copies of the manga had been printed as of July 2017. As of January 2018, there were more than 1.5 million copies of the manga in circulation.
In the seventh episode of the series, Emory University School of Medicine postdoctoral researcher Dr. Satoru Otsuka applauded the series’ depiction of cancer cells. They gave it as homework to their pupils since they were so impressed by how accurate it was at a Chinese high school associated with China’s Southwest University.
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