SuBLime Releases Isaku Natsume’s New Romance Series Candy Color Paradox

SuBLime, the leading global English-language yaoi manga publisher, announces a new romantic comedy from Isaku Natsume with the release of Candy Color Paradox on March 12, 2019.

Candy Color Paradox is rated “M” for Mature Readers. Print editions will carry an MSRP of $12.99 U.S. / $17.99 CAN each. Digital editions of Candy Color Paradox will carry an MSRP of $6.99 U.S. per volume. Readers have two methods of digital access to the series on SuBLimeManga.com – a DRM-free downloadable PDF, viewable on any enabled eReader device and computer, as well as via the online manga viewer. Fans can also purchase a digital version through NOOK, Kindle, Kobo, Google Play, and ComiXology. SuBLime will publish subsequent volumes of Candy Color Paradox on a quarterly basis.

Satoshi Onoe, a reporter for a weekly magazine, has a new stakeout partner, and he’s anything but thrilled about it. Photographer Motoharu Kaburagi’s unconventional reporting methods and overall bad attitude are enough to drive Onoe insane. But the more the two work together, the closer they get.

“Despite reporter Onoe and photographer Kaburagi’s constant bickering on their stakeouts, these polar opposites soon discover a strong mutual attraction,” says Marlene First, Editor. “Readers will fall in love with this new work from one of the most highly regarded yaoi authors.”

Isaku Natsume’s previous works include SuBLime titles False Memories, Ginger Honey, and Devil’s Honey, as well as Dash!, Tight Rope, and her debut title, No Color. She has also published several doujinshi (independent comics) under the circle names “139” and “Cheke-rara.”

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