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Penguin Revolution Manga to End in Japan in December

posted on 2007-11-28 13:33 EST
CMX to publish fifth of seven planned English volumes in January

The February issue (on sale December 22) of Hakusensha's LaLa shōjo magazine will print the final 40-page installment of Sakura Tsukuba's Penguin Revolution romantic comedy manga. Six compiled volumes have been published so far in Japan, with one more needed to finish the series. CMX Manga will publish its fifth English-translated volume in January.

The story revolves around "Ryoko," a female high school student vice president who is actually Ryo, a budding male star in Japan's idol industry. A classmate named Yukari discovers Ryo's secret, but agrees to disguise herself as his male agent to help achieve his dreams.


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