On Wednesday, Seven Seas Entertainment announced that it had licenced three different manga series: Orange -to you, dear one- by Ichigo Takano, Even Dogs Go to Other Worlds: Life in Another World with my Beloved Hound by Hana Ichika, and Does it Count if You Lose Your Virginity to an Android? by Yakinikuteishoku. manga.
Adieu, Orange is the seventh and final volume of Takano’s Orange manga. The print and digital editions of the manga by Seven Seas are scheduled for March 2023. An overview of the manga from Seven Seas:
In a letter from the future, Naho was urged to intervene on behalf of classmate Kakeru. At first, it was all on Naho’s shoulders, but then her pals chipped in with their own insights. What happens to Naho’s pals once he and Kakeru return from their adventure in this new timeline?
On April 12th, the seventh volume was sent out to Japan.
Takano (Dreamin’ Sun) began publishing his original shjo manga in 2012 in Shueisha’s Bessatsu Margaret magazine, before switching to Futabasha’s Monthly Action in 2013. In August of 2015, the manga ended, and in November of that year, Futabasha released the fifth and final main story compiled book volume. The digital version of the manga was made available through Crunchyroll. In North America, the manga was first released in two omnibus volumes by Seven Seas Entertainment.
While the primary storyline has been collected in the first five volumes of the manga, Takano’s adaptation of the Orange -Mirai- (Orange Future) anime feature is collected in the sixth volume. This collection also includes the two-part Orange -Suwa Hiroto- offshoot manga, which follows Suwa into a different timeline. The book was released in Japan in May 2017 and in the United States by Seven Seas Entertainment in January 2018.
In July 2021, the first new work in Orange appeared on the Comic Action website, and it focused on Azusa Murasaka. To celebrate the manga’s 10-year anniversary, a special chapter was released by Monthly Action on January 25. The protagonist of the manga is named Hiroto Suwa, and his story is the one that is narrated.
A live-action film based on the manga was released in December 2015, while an anime series based on the manga debuted on television in July 2016. As it aired in Japan, Crunchyroll provided a livestream of the anime. The sequel anime film Orange -Mirai- debuted in Japan in November of 2016. The film follows the events of the manga and TV anime, retelling the main tale through Suwa’s perspective.
“Even Dogs Go to Other Worlds: Life in Another World with my Beloved Hound,” by Ichika. The manga (Isekai Teni Shitara Aiken ga Saiky ni narimashita – Silver Fenrir to Ore ga Isekai Kurashi wo Hajimetara) is based on the light novel of the same name by Ry & Ririnra. The first volume of this manga will be published by Seven Seas in print and digital formats in May 2023.
The Average Joe in Payroll Land While at work, Takumi is kept sane by the thought of coming home to Leo, his miniature Maltese puppy. When Takumi opens his eyes, he finds himself in a fantastical realm, and staring at him is a massive wolf. Would you believe that this monster could have once been little ol’ Leo?
Takumi will do what he can to improve his and his furry best friend’s existence in this world with the help of a mysterious new magic power.
In May of 2021, Ichika debuted the manga on the Comic Ride website for Micro Magazine. The second collected volume of the manga was published in Micro Magazine.
In August of 2019, Ry started serialising the original narrative on the Shsetsuka ni Nar website, where it is still being updated regularly. In the November 2020 issue of Micro Magazine, Ririnra’s graphics appeared in a print copy of the narrative. The 30th of April saw the release of volume three of a novel. The novels were licensed by Cross Infinite World, and on March 31st, the first volume was released.
Yakinikuteishoku’s Does it Count if You Lose Your Virginity to an Android? will have its first volume published by Seven Seas. In April of 2023, you can read the manga (Android wa Keiken Ninz ni Hairimasu ka??) in print or online. An overview of the manga from Seven Seas:
Office The Honourable Lady Tsuda Akane, who is 28 years old, appears to have her life together. Akane is respected at work for being beautiful, intelligent, and an invaluable member of the robotics manufacturer’s office staff… but only because no one has a way to see her in her personal life.
Brand-new license announcement! BOX OF LIGHT by Seiko Erisawa, a critically acclaimed and delightfully creepy manga about a haunted convenience store, complete in one self-contained volume.https://t.co/fnJirOj5QK pic.twitter.com/MXDlDyYgyJ
— Seven Seas (@gomanga) October 6, 2021
Akane’s apartment looks more like a landfill than a home, and she is a hot disaster in her personal life. Nadeshiko, the new android she ordered while under the influence, came in handy. Okay, maybe not so fantastic, considering the attractive female robot who shows up is totally onto you. Akane is in for unexpectedly high-quality customer service.
The first publication of the manga was in the July 2021 issue of Comic Yuri Hime, a magazine published by Ichijinsha and written by Yakinikuteishoku. The first collected volume of the manga was released by Ichijinsha on February 17, and the second is set for release on September 15.
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