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Digital Manga's Project-H Imprint Adds Kouji Seo's Princess Lucia Manga

posted on 2013-11-08 14:00 EST
Romantic comedy from Suzuka/A town where you live author gets print, digital release in 2015

Project-H Books, an imprint of North American publisher Digital Manga Inc. that offers both digital and print works for the adult audience, announced on Thursday that it has licensed the first three volumes of Kouji Seo's (Suzuka, A town where you live) Princess Lucia manga. The company will release the first volume in spring 2015 with other two volumes following in summer 2015 and fall 2015. Project-H Books will release the manga both digitally and in print.

The love comedy manga follows Yuta, a boy who was born in the sixth year of the Heisei era (1994) on June 6 at 6:06:06. Princess Lucia, who is from the demon realm, believes that if she has a child with Yuta, then the child will be extremely powerful. Two angels, Rie and Eru, are working to make sure that doesn't happen.

Seo launched the ongoing manga in Mag Garden's Comic Blade magazine in 2009, and Mag Garden published the third compiled volume in May 2012.

Del Rey published 15 volumes of Seo's 18-volume Suzuka romantic comedy manga in North America. Hiroshi Fukutomi and Studio Comet animated Suzuka in a 2005 television anime series. Seo's romantic comedy series Kimi no Iru Machi (A town where you live) received two original anime DVDs in 2011-2012, as well as a 12-episode television anime series that aired between July-September of this year.

[Via The Fandom Post]


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