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Mari Okazaki Ends Suppli Romance Manga in Japan

posted on 2009-11-07 10:45 EST
Side story based on Tokyopop's workplace romance to launch in January

Manga creator Mari Okazaki has ended her workplace romance Suppli in the December issue of Shodensha's Feel Young magazine in Japan on Saturday. The story revolves around Minami Fujii, a woman who discovers romantic opportunities at her job in an advertising agency after she splits up with her boyfriend. Okazaki will launch a Suppli side story manga in Feel Young's February issue on January 8, 2010.

Tokyopop revealed at its second online "webinar" panel that it will resume publishing Suppli from the fourth volume in North America next year. The manga was adapted into a television drama in Japan in 2006.

In the same December issue of Feel Young, Peko Watanabe ended her manga miniseries Ani Imōto (Older Brother, Younger Sister) and Kujira launched the Chiyoko Chocolate ~chcolate de Dieu~ manga. In the January issue. Kirin Tendō is launching Tenohira Size (Palm Size), and Sumako Kari is publishing a one-shot manga tentatively titled "Kotatsu-Nai Sensō" (Table War).

Source: Comic Natalie


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