Kuroko Basketball cancelled threats

Kuroko’s Basketball Events Cancelled Due To Threats

Jump Festa has just announced that the Kuroko’s Basketball super event have been cancelled. The event was scheduled on the 22nd and 23rd of December, and on top of that all other events, exhibits and related products have been discontinued. The anime’s publisher Shueisha has openly Fans and Apologised to its readers.

The Convention Centre Hosting the Jump Festa Festival Itself HAS received Threats Demanded That the removal of the Stage event. The staff Discussed the Issue and Decided on the Cancellations, with the safety of Visitors as the top priority. The rest of the Festival is scheduled to Continue, but security Will be Increased with more guards.  Since Last Month, more than twenty locations linked to kuroko’s Basketball Creator Tadatoshi Fujimaki, INCLUDING the Comic Market Dojinshi event, have received threat Letters with powdered and liquid Substances.

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Since last month, more than 20 locations linked to Kuroko’s Basketball creator Tadatoshi Fujimaki, including the Comic Market d?jinshi event, have received threat letters with powdered and liquid substances. A source in the investigation of Kuroko’s Basketball threat letters said there is a high possibility that the liquid sent to Sophia University on October 12 could emit a lethal dose of hydrogen sulfide if vaporized.

In recent months, all events related to Kuroko’s Basketball have received threats of similar requests. As of yet, there have been no clarification of why these threats tie to Kuroko’s Basketball other than the fact that these people what all events removed. While there have been no threat to specific people, it still remains a concern to the public.

 

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