Seven Seas Launches 3 New Webmanga

Jul 7th 2006
(LOS ANGELES, July 7, 2006) - Seven Seas Entertainment announced today the debut of three new web manga on Gomanga.com—Hollow Fields, Moonlight Meow, and The Outcast! This exciting new trio of series joins Seven Seas' fan-favorite harem comedy Aoi House, which also appears in Newtype USA each month as an exclusive color 4-panel comic strip.



Serialized in the popular web manga format, a new page of each series will be posted every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Seven Seas' website, www.gomanga.com. As with all Seven Seas titles, all three new series will be published individually in book format in late 2006 and early 2007.





Hollow Fields:

Story & Art by Madeleine Rosca

Little Lucy Snow was meant to be enjoying her first day at the nice elementary school in town; however a macabre twist of fate sees her enrolled instead at Miss Weaver's Academy for the Scientifically Gifted and Ethically Unfettered—also known as Hollow Fields. Located on the outskirts of Nullsville and run by the insidious Engineers, the grim boarding school dedicates itself to raising the next generation of mad scientists and evil geniuses!



Moonlight Meow:

Story by Bambi Eloriaga

Art by Roland Amago

Womanizing Englishman and curry shop owner Gabriel Solo suffers from a catastrophic conundrum... Every night, he turns into a black cat, thanks to the peculiar curse placed upon him by an Indian feline goddess. Or so he thinks. For unknown to Gabe, he is not the only shape-shifter in town.



The Outcast:

Story by Vaun Wilmott

Art by Edward Gan

There are fallen angels who live among us, who torment and tempt every person they encounter, looking for a weakness to exploit. Their sole purpose is to destroy lives wherever they can and Riley, a vulnerable girl with a tragic past, seems to be the perfect target. Or is she?





About Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC:

Established in 2004, Seven Seas Entertainment is devoted to producing original manga, comics and graphic novels, and bringing the best in Japanese licenses to North American audiences. The company's current line-up includes such original manga properties as Amazing Agent Luna, Aoi House, Destiny's Hand, Last Hope, No Man's Land, and Ravenskull; a trio of color collections of the hit webcomics Chugworth Academy, Earthsong, and Inverloch; and is currently releasing English language versions of the hit Boogiepop series of Japanese licensed novels and manga. Seven Seas launched its web site, www.gomanga.com, in October 2004, and has since become a daily stop for thousands of visitors eager to read manga online and contribute to an ever-growing forum community.

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