News Two Flowers of the Dragon Fantasy Manga Ends in Japan
posted on 2009-05-25 22:33 EDT
Nari Kusakawa has ended her Two Flowers of the Dragon (Ryuu no Hana Wazurai) fantasy manga in the July issue of Hakusensha's LaLa magazine on Saturday. The story revolves around a teenaged girl named Shakuya who happens to be able to turn into a dragon, thanks to being the next head of the Dragon Clan. Her first fiancé reappeared after disappearing years ago, and now she has to choose between him and her second fiancé. The manga has been running in LaLa since 2005, and six compiled volumes have been published in Japan so far. CMX Manga published the fourth volume in this series in North America, and the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) named the manga's first three volumes among the Great Graphic Novels for Teens.