Seven Seas Entertainment Announces Five New Manga Licenses

Seven Seas Entertainment has announced five new manga licenses:

  • The Ancient Magus Bride – Psalm 75: Lightning Jack and the Fairy Incident (Mahō Tsukai no Yome Shihen.75: Inazuma Jack to Yōsei Jiken) by Mako Oikawa [the first volume is scheduled to be released digitally and in print on September 29, 2020]
  • The Ancient Magus Bride – Psalm 108: Magician Blue (Mahō Tsukai no Yome Shihen.108: Majutsushi no Ao) by Isuo Tsukumo
    [the first volume is scheduled to be released digitally and in print on October 20, 2020]
  • Who Says Warriors Can’t be Babes? by Taijiro [the first volume is scheduled to be released digitally and in print on July 21, 2020]
  • The Gym Teacher and School Nurse are Dating! (Hayama-sensei to Terano-sensei wa Tsukiatteiru) by Pikachi Oui [the first volume is scheduled to be released digitally and in print on September 22, 2020]
  • Kingdom of Z (Kingdom of the Z) by Saizo Harawata and Ron Watanuki [the first volume is scheduled to be released digitally and in print on July 14, 2020]

Source: ANN

Seven Seas Entertainment Licenses the Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time Manga

Seven Seas Entertainment has announced that it has licensed Daisuke Hiyama’s Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time (Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan) manga. The company will release the first volume digitally and in print on June 16, 2020.

Seven Seas describes the manga as:

Upon winning a fighting tournament and being crowned the world’s strongest warrior, Peter Grill discovers a downside to his newfound fame. Women of all species, from ogres to elves, are scrambling over each other for his seed to ensure they have the strongest babies possible. Poor Peter just wants to settle down with his lovey dovey fiancée, but he’ll have to outmatch, outwit, and outrun a harem of very determined monster girls to do so!

Hiyama launched the manga in Futabasha’s Manga Action in July 2017.

Source: ANN

Seven Seas Entertainment Announces Three Additional Manga Licenses

Seven Seas Entertainment has announced that it has licensed Kunihiko Ikuhara and Misaki Saitoh’s Sarazanmai: Reo and Mabu manga, Yoru Sumino and Idumi Kirihara’s I Had That Same Dream Again manga, and Kumanano, 029, and Sergei’s Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga series. The company will release all of the works digitally and in print in North America.

Seven Seas will release Sarazanmai: Reo and Mabu, a spin-off manga of Ikuhara’s original television anime Sarazanmai, on May 12, 2020.

The publisher will release the I Had That Same Dream Again manga in a single omnibus volume on July 7, 2020.

Seven Seas will publish the first volume of the Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga on May 12, 2020.

Source: ANN

Seven Seas Entertainment Announces Three More Manga Licenses

Seven Seas Entertainment has announced that it has licensed Satoshi Shiki’s The Legend of Dororo and Hyakkimaru (Dororo to Hyakkimaru-den) remake manga of Osamu Tezuka’s Dororo manga, Kata Konayama’s Love Me For What I Am, and Ikumi Rotta’s Makeup is Not (Just) Magic: A Manga Guide to Cosmetics and Skin Care makeup tutorial manga.

Seven Seas will release the first volume of The Legend of Dororo and Hyakkimaru digitally and in print in North America on June 9, 2020.

The publisher will release the first volume of Konayama’s Love Me For What I Am (Fukakai na Boku no Subete o) manga digitally and in print on June 9, 2020.

Seven Seas will release the Makeup is Not (Just) Magic: A Manga Guide to Cosmetics and Skin Care (Makeup wa Tada no Mahō Jyanai no Beginners) makeup tutorial manga on May 26, 2020.

Source: ANN

Seven Seas Entertainment Announces New Manga Licenses

Seven Seas Entertainment has announced that the company has licensed the following manga titles:

  • Nagabe’s Love on the Other Side – A Nagabe Short Story Collection manga anthology
  • Yuriko Akase’s Sazan & Comet Girl manga
  • Shiro Manta’s My Senpai is Annoying manga

Seven Seas will release the single volume of Love on the Other Side – A Nagabe Short Story Collection (Nagabe Tanpenshū-Henteko na Ai-) digitally and in print in North America on June 16, 2020.

The publisher will release Akase’s Sazan & Comet Girl (Sazan to Suisei no Shōjo) manga as a two-in-one omnibus volume on May 26, 2020.

Seven Seas will release the first volume of Manta’s full-color My Senpai is Annoying (Senpai ga Uzai Kōhai no Hanashi) manga on May 5, 2020.

Source: ANN

Seven Seas Entertainment’s Ghost Ship Imprint Licenses the Welcome to Succubus High! Manga

Seven Seas Entertainment has announced that it has licensed Knuckle Curve’s Welcome to Succubus High! (Succubus Gakuen no Inu!!) adult manga as part of its Ghost Ship imprint.

The company describes the manga:

Student Inubou Ken–a normal young man leading a very normal life–is being transferred to an all-girls school. This alone is a bit shocking, as the gorgeous students there expect him to “teach” them about boys. More shocking, though, is the fact that all the girls are succubi?! These supernatural beauties are hungry to learn and hungry for sex, with Ken as their only outlet while they develop their succubus skills. Ken is about to learn some hands-on lessons of his own at Succubus High!

Seven Seas will release the manga digitally and in print in single volume editions, with the first volume scheduled to be released on May 5, 2020.

Source: ANN

Seven Seas Entertainment Announces Four New Yuri Manga Licenses

Seven Seas Entertainment has announced that it has acquired the license for the following yuri manga:

  • Fragtime by Sato
  • Goodbye, My Rose Garden by Dr. Pepperco
  • Syrup manga anthology
  • Failed Princesses by Ajiichi

Seven Seas will publish Sato’s Fragtime in North America in print and on digital platforms in one omnibus edition on April 14, 2020.

The company will publish the first volume of Dr. Pepperco’s Goodbye, My Rose Garden (Sayonara Rose Garden) in North America in print and on digital platforms on April 14, 2020.

Seven Seas will publish the Syrup (Syrup Shakaijin Yuri Anthology) manga anthology, a collection of short manga about adult women in love, in North America in print and on digital platforms in a large trim size on June 9, 2020. The anthology features short manga stories by Milk Morinaga, Naoko Kodama, and Kana Yoshimura.

The first volume of Ajiichi’s Failed Princesses (Dekisokonai no Himegimi-tachi) manga will debut in print and on digital platforms in North America on May 12, 2020.

Source: ANN