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Crazy Food Truck Volume 1: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Crazy Food Truck Volume 1: Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Crazy Food Truck Vol 1. From release date to the plot synopsis, and lastly, where to read!

Crazy Food Truck is a Japanese manga, written and illustrated by Ogaki Rokurou. The manga is based on adventure, with the genres action, comedy and science fiction dwelled in perfectly.  The series was first published on July 21, 2020 and ran up to December 21, 2021. It was serialized by Comic Bunch. It has three volumes, which will be published through Viz Books. The first one is going to be released soon!

Crazy Food Truck Volume 1: Highlights

In this story, Gordon is a gruff, middle-aged cook running a food truck in a sand-covered wasteland. When he encounters Arisa, a naked girl sleeping in the middle of nowhere, he takes on the unintended traveling companion and her unexpected appetite. Too bad she also has unexpected baggage—an armed militia hot on her tail! This is a wild ride of postapocalyptic cooking and violent mayhem, courtesy of a crazy food truck road trip!

Crazy Food Truck Volume 1: Release Date

The first volume of the manga is set to be released this year. Through Viz, the confirmed date of release is expected to be 17 May, 2022.

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Stills from Chapter 1

Crazy Food Truck: Spoilers

As the series is already completed, there doesn’t seem to be much path to greet spoilers. However, reading the manga before, will itself give the idea about the story. But we do think more details will be added to the volumes.

Where Can You Read the Manga Online?

The manga can be read from the official site of Comic Bunch in Japanese. And, we ask you to refrain from reading on illegal sites, and rather support the creators. For the volume, it is available to pre-order through Amazon.

crazy food truck gordon and arisa

Major Characters

  • Gordon
  • Arisa

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