Manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment finished off another week by making new manga license announcements today, as it revealed plans for the harem romantic comedy, To Love Ru, and To Love Ru Darkness, both to debut later this year.
Manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment announced yesterday, the acquisition of one new manga series, as well as a novel series, that will be making their debuts in North America late this year.
Following up on its other new acquisition announcement earlier this week, Seven Seas Entertainment today announced two more new manga series that fans can look forward to seeing make their debut later this year, Yokai Rental Shop and In This Corner of the World.
Manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment announced earlier this week, that it has acquired the military and magic series, Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon, for release in North America, as an omnibus edition later this year.
Manga publisher Vertical Comics teased a Gundam announcement on its Twitter earlier today, and they certainly didn’t disappoint, when it revealed the acquisition of the series Gundam Wing: The Glory of Losers.
To round out its week-long announcements of new manga licenses, publisher Seven Seas Entertainment today unveiled its final batch of titles, which includes plenty for fans to look forward to throughout late 2017.
To kick off the new year, manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment will be unveiling several new acquisitions this week, beginning with three yesterday and continuing until Friday, with three magical girl series being revealed today.
Manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment, today kicked off its week of new manga acquisition announcements, by revealing that it has acquired the magic and action-filled series, Absolute Duo, for release in North America beginning later this year.
This summer, VIZ Manga is set to release the highly anticipated first volume of HAIKYU!!, a high-octane, action-packed volleyball sports drama! Follow highschooler Shoyo Hinata on his journey to become the greatest volleyball player ever! With a short stature and a big heart, Shoyo is determined to be as good as his idol, “the Little Giant.”
Sweeping Japanese sales in manga is an interesting series known as My Hero Academia. Visually, the manga takes heavy inspiration from the highlights of American comic book culture, using similar color scheme’s and poses from classic comic books. The art style even goes as far as to use the lost art of Ben-Day Dots, those polka dot looking things from older prints of comics, in its lettering ...[Read More]
One of my favorite mangas that I read through was the dark, edgy, supernatural crime thriller that many grew to love: Death Note. The story follows the descent into darkness of Light, led by a god of death and his Death Note. Through this black notebook, Light is able to kill anyone he sees by simply writing their name onto the pages. What starts out as an after-school vigilante quickly turns into...[Read More]
Blue Exorcist has an interesting story about a boy, Rin Okumura, who discovers that he is the son of Satan. This is a pretty intense series that is heavily based on dark themes. I haven’t read a story like this and, I must say, it’s really good. The manga series is by Kazue Kato and there are 11 total volumes so far. It started back in 2009 and it’s still ongoing. The Japanese version is published...[Read More]