Ginga Densetsu Weed
In 1999, Takahashi started Ginga Legend Weed (銀牙伝説ウィード, Ginga Densetsu Uiido?), a sequel manga which takes place 14 years after the original. Gin's son, "Weed", searches for his father whom he has never met. An anime adaptation by Studio Deen was shown throughout 2005 and 2006. The manga is currently published by Nihon Bungeisha. The anime was released on DVD in Finland and other Nordic countries in late 2006 by Future Film. Each DVD contains 3-4 episodes and costs about 13 euros. Future Film released a Weed DVD box set in 2007.
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... In 1999, Takahashi started Ginga Legend Weed (銀牙伝説ウィード, Ginga Densetsu Uiido?), a sequel manga which takes place 14 years after the original ... Gin's son, "Weed", searches for his father whom he has never met ... Future Film released a Weed DVD box set in 2007 ...
... Ken plays an important role in Ginga Densetsu Weed ... In the manga, he survives this encounter and goes on to be an enemy of Gin's son, Weed ... recognition and later dies in the time period between Nagareboshi Gin and Ginga Densetsu Weed ...
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