logically so Akira Toriyama has become one of the most famous manga authors in history is for ‘Dragon Ball’, but the mangaka has been very prolific and has also worked on other series such as the iconic ‘Dr. Slump’ and a good number of short stories.
One of these is ‘Sandland’, an eight-chapter miniseries that was published in Weekly Shonen Jump back in the year 2000, and it seems that now it could have its own adaptation.
Bandai is in on it
A small trailer about the project has already been released, titled ‘SAND LAND Project‘, although it is still not very clear if it will be a video game or an anime. It has already been created a Twitter account to announce more updates, and it seems that bandai namco it is in charge of developing everything about it.
Even so, on December 17 we can expect more news during the Jump Festa, which will come loaded with ads. It is expected that there will be updates on the ‘Dragon Ball’ franchise, but it seems that something more will also be confirmed about the adaptation of this other Toriyama series.
‘Sandland’ is set in the distant future, where wars and natural disasters have destroyed almost the entire Earth. In the desert world that remains, both humans and demons suffer from great shortages and steal from each other. Tired of the king’s greed, the sheriff Rao embarks on a quest to find a mythical lost lake along with a demon named Thief Y beelzebubthe son of the king of demons.