Last week was very busy for manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment, as the publisher unveiled a number of new titles throughout the week, finishing out with four announcements on Friday.
Publisher Udon Entertainment announced last week, that this November it would be releasing a manga series based on Vanillaware’s 2D action-RPG for the PlayStation 3 and Vita, Dragon’s Crown (which was also just announced to be coming to PS4).
It has been a busy week for manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment, having announced four new licenses already and the publisher today added one more new title to its catalog to close out the week, Captain Harlock: The Classic Collection.
Anime and manga publisher Viz Media, today announced that it will be hosting three panels throughout FanimeCon 2017 in San Jose, California over the weekend.
Continuing its week of new license announcements, manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment has announced its fourth new title this week, Saint Seiya: Saintia Sho.
For the third day in a row, manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment has unveiled a new acquisition, with the announcement today, Ultra Kaiju Anthropomorphic Project, offering a new monster girl twist on the kaiju of the Ultraman series.
Anime Expo 2017 is just over a month away and today publisher Viz Media revealed that Yuto Tsukuda, the co-creator of one of its popular manga, Food Wars!: Shokugeki No Soma, would be making an appearance during the convention.
Following up yesterday’s new manga announcement, publisher Seven Seas Entertainment is continuing its week of new title news, as it has revealed the acquisition of Fauna and the Dragonewts’ Seven Kingdoms.
Seven Seas Entertainment kicked off another week of license announcements, as it revealed earlier today, the acquisition of the offbeat, fantastical slice-of-life series, Giant Spider & Me: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale.
Late last week, manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment followed up its previous week’s announcements of six new manga acquisitions, with two more new additions, both involving Go Nagai’s Devilman.
Viz Media (everyone’s favorite Manga distributor) has acquired the rights to the Splatoon manga, slated to arrive later in 2017. This follows the trend of other Nintendo series making the jump to the manga medium like the Legend of Zelda did years ago.
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.