Seven Seas Debuts Animated Aoi House Music Video

Dec 4th 2006
SEVEN SEAS DEBUTS ANIMATED AOI HOUSE MUSIC VIDEO



(LOS ANGELES, December 4, 2006) – The popular harem comedy manga Aoi House comes to life like never before in Seven Seas Entertainment's first-ever flash anime music video. With animation by the company's own flash animator extraordinaire Jonathan Talas (No Man's Land: The Flash Anime, Diva v. Poe: The Flash Storybook), and set to the heavily downloaded Aoi House Theme Song – “Itsumo Futaride,” Aoi House: The Music Video brings the iconic characters and slapstick visuals of the Aoi House manga to life like never before.



Seven Seas Entertainment's debut of Aoi House: The Music Video will be supported with versions of the video being posted on YouTube.com, Newgrounds.com and Gomanga.com.



“Our core mission at Seven Seas has always been to try out new and different things, and to create exciting and original content,” said company President Jason DeAngelis. “This flash animated music video is no exception.”



Aoi House is an ongoing series that follows the story of two down-on-their-luck college students named Alex and Sandy who get kicked out of their dorm rooms due to their troublemaking pet hamster. With nowhere else to turn, the boys move into an anime clubhouse full of five crazed yaoi fangirls calling the shots.



The series has gained a large fan following, originating as a web manga on Gomanga.com, with Aoi House Volume 1 currently in print. In addition, the series is entering its second year of serialization in the popular fandom magazine Newtype USA .



Aoi House Volume 2 will be hitting stores this month.





About Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC:

Established in 2004, Seven Seas Entertainment is devoted to producing original manga, comics, graphic novels, and youth literature, 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 full-color collections of the fan-favorite webcomics Chugworth Academy, Earthsong, and Inverloch; and English language releases of such hit licenses as Kashimashi and Boogiepop, as well as an all new Light Novel line and yuri line coming out in 2007. Seven Seas' web site, www.gomanga.com, has become a daily stop for thousands of visitors

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