Kodansha Comics has announced that it will release the Yū Suzunoki’s Kōnodori: Dr. Stork, Satoru Hiura’s Hotaru’s Way, and Rin Mikimoto’s Love’s Reach manga digitally. All three titles will debut on July 18, 2017.
Kōnodori: Dr. Stork is described as:
Childbirth isn’t an illness, so under normal circumstances, insurance won’t cover it. Delivery staff doesn’t cure disease or treat injuries, so there’s no need for a doctor… unless, of course, circumstances aren’t normal. This smash-hit drama gives a look into the lives of the men and women who work to welcome 1,000,000 new lives into the world each year in Japan.
Suzunoki launched the manga in Kodansha’s Morning magazine in August 2012.
Hotaru’s Way follows a 27-year-old office worker named Hotaru who is uninterested in love. Hotaru’s situation gets complicated as she suddenly finds herself living with her boss, Seiichi Takano.
The manga ran in Kiss magazine from 2004 to 2009.
The story of Love’s Reach is described as:
Haruka Sakurai is an English teacher taking over for a homeroom teacher who went on maternity leave, and Yuni Kururugi loves the way he looks. But she hates his flashy attitude. Thanks to that, her English grades have plummeted (everything else she has a perfect score on). Now she has to take extra lessons with him after school, and she discovers Sakurai’s gentle side?
The manga launched in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Friend magazine in 2008.