Azusa Banjo’s I think I turned my childhood friend into a girl manga also licensed
Seven Seas Entertainment announced on Wednesday that it had licensed the End of the world Solte manga, Elite classroom: Year 2 light novels, and the I think I turned my childhood friend into a girl manga.
Seven seas the first volume of Satoshi Mizukami‘s End of the world Solte (Saihate no Solte) manga digitally and printed in April 2022. The company describes the manga:
The war is finally over, but the land has been devastated. Magical pollution is rampant, distorting time and space. Solte, an orphan whose mother and father were killed while trying to eliminate this scourge, decides to follow in her parents’ footsteps. But rather than cleaning up the pollution, she wants to venture there, like the Salvagers who scavenge the treasure from its depths. Solte wants to push further and see if she can find the other side – and maybe even the answers she’s looking for.
Mizukami launched the manga in Garden Mag‘s Mag Comi manga site in January 2020. Garden Mag released the manga’s first compiled book volume on January 9 of this year.
Mizukami drew and wrote the Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer manga, launched in Young king ours magazine in April 2005, and ended in 2010. JManga once worn the manga, and Entertainment of the Seven Seas later licensed and published the manga in print in North America. Crisp also published the manga digitally.
Mizukami launched its Circle of spirits manga in Young king ours in May 2012, and ended the series in March 2016. Shonengahosha dispatched the sixth and final volume compiled in June 2016. Crisp began simultaneous publication of the manga in 2014, and Seven Seas Entertainment released the manga.
Mizukami also worked on the Planet with cross-media project alongside JC Staff, write the story of the anime, and write and draw the manga. The anime premiered in July 2018, and Crisp aired the series worldwide outside of Asia. The manga launched in Shonengahosha‘s Young king ours magazine in April 2018. Shonengahosha released the manga’s sixth compiled book volume on April 30. The manga was created on Crispin July 2018, and simultaneous publication with Japan began the same month. The manga is in its final arc.
Seven seas will come out the first volume of Syougo Kinugasa‘s Elite classroom: Year 2 (YÅkoso Jitsuryoku ShijÅ Shugi no KyÅshitsu e: 2-nen Hen Sei) light novels both digitally and in print in May 2022. The company describes the novels:
Students at the prestigious Tokyo Metropolitan Advanced Nurturing High School enjoy remarkable freedom – whether they can earn, redeem, or save enough points to climb the ranks! Ayanokouji Kiyotaka started at the bottom of the despised D-class, where he met Horikita Suzune, who was determined to climb the ranks to the A-class. Who can beat the system in a school where fierce competition is the name of the game. ? The second year of this intense school drama begins now!
The series of novels is a sequel to that of Kinugasa Elite classroom series of light novels. The first volume of the new year two series debuted in Japan in January 2020 as the fifteenth overall book in the series (the series includes three anthology volumes of “intermediate” short stories before the start of the arc of the second year).
Kadokawa released the first volume of the original light novel series in May 2015 and released the â4.5thâ volume of the sophomore novels arc (the 19th overall volume) on June 25th. Seven seas released the original light novels, and it released the ninth volume on August 26th. Seven seas will also begin releasing the manga adaptation of the novels in February 2022.
Kinugasa’s original light novel series inspired a 12-episode animated television series that premiered in July 2017. Crisp streamed the series, and Funimation broadcast an english dubbing.
Seven seas will publish the first volume of Azusa Banjo I think I turned my childhood friend into a girl (Koisuru (Otome) no Tsukurikata) both digital and printed manga in May 2022. The company describes the manga:
It’s a familiar story: a popular high school student gives his regular friend a makeover and turns his life around. But this time the path to a new life is not so straight and narrow. Kenshirou Midou has loved cosmetics his entire life, keeping his obsession a secret from almost everyone except his childhood friend Hiura Mihate. One day, Kenshirou gets permission to practice Hiura makeup, and the results are mind-boggling: Hiura’s appearance transforms from a simple undersized boy into a pretty little girl, and Kenshirou finds out how free he is. to apply his passion! Yet he is not the only one to find the process liberating. Hiura enjoys makeup and the subsequent dressing with female clothes and decides to start wearing the girls’ uniform to school. Kenshirou doesn’t understand if he’s unlocked something in Hiura, or if he’s just seeing a new side of his childhood pal that he had never noticed before. What are these feelings bubbling between them now – is this attraction really new?
Banjo launched the manga in Ichijinshathe Comic Pool manga website in February 2020, and Ichijinsha released the second volume of the manga on April 16.
Source: Press releases