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Boys Be Artist Tamakoshi to Start Double Heroine Manga

posted on 2010-10-04 09:19 EDT
Takuya Fujima's The IDOLM@STER Break!, Yōichi Tsukamoto's Othello end

Hiroyuki Tamakoshi, the artist of the Boys Be… and Gacha Gacha manga, will launch a new manga series called Double Heroine in the December issue of Kodansha's Monthly Shōnen Rival magazine on November 4.

On Monday, Takuya Fujima (Negima!? neo, Deus Vitae) ended his The IDOLM@STER Break! manga (pictured at right) in Monthly Shōnen Rival's current November issue. The manga launched in 2008 as an adaptation of The IDOLM@STER music rhythm game, in which the player guides a group of idol singers as their producer. The anime studio Sunrise already adapted the Bandai Namco Games franchise — with considerable differences in plot — into the iDOLM@STER: XENOGLOSSIA robot mecha anime series.

Also ending in the same November issue is Yōichi Tsukamoto's Othello manga. The fourth compiled book volume of The IDOLM@STER Break! will ship early next year, while the 2nd Othello volume will ship on December 3.

Tokyopop published Tamakoshi's Boys Be... 2nd: A Guys Guide to Girls, and Del Rey published his Gacha Gacha. Tokyopop also published Fujima's Deus Vitae, while Del Rey published Negima!? neo.

Source: Comic Natalie


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