Seven Seas Nabs Venus Versus Virus

Dec 15th 2006
SEVEN SEAS NABS VENUS VERSUS VIRUS

(LOS ANGELES, December 15, 2006) – Seven Seas Entertainment is proud to announce the latest must-have addition to its expanding manga line: Atsushi Suzumi's Venus Versus Virus manga, which is soon to become a full-length anime tv series in Japan .

Venus Versus Virus is a gorgeously illustrated fantasy horror series with yuri undertones that will appeal to fans of series such as Bleach. The story follows Sumire Takahana, a seemingly normal school girl cursed with the ability to see malevolent ghosts known as “Viruses.” Her life hits a crossroads after a run-in with a “gothic lolita” clad monster killer for hire, Lucia Nahashia. Not content to stay on the sidelines while these “Viruses” prey on the weak, Sumire decides to join forces with the mysterious eyepatch-wearing Lucia to hunt down these “Viruses” before they can hurt anyone else.

Seven Seas' marketing campaign for Venus Versus Virus will include a brand-new flash animation teaser created by Jonathan Talas (Aoi House: The Music Video, No Man's Land: The Flash Anime).

Venus Versus Virus Volume 1 hits bookstores June 2007.


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 eager to read manga online and contribute to an ever-growing forum community.

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