Digital Distributor Amimaru Publishes Two New Manga

Nov 6th 2013
DIGITAL DISTRIBUTOR AMIMARU PUBLISHES TWO NEW MANGA
Forbidden DNA and The Undercover Boy available today for $4,80

HELSINKI, FINLAND, November 6th, 2013 – Digital manga distributor Amimaru has published two new manga, Forbidden DNA (Kindan DNA) by Noritamako and The Undercover Boy (Otori Shounen) by Kasai Fujii.

Both manga are one volume in length, and are sold for 1200 Amimaru points (about $4.80).

In Forbidden DNA, it is the year 2XXX. All information about sexual reproduction has been suppressed, and people have children using artificial insemination. Society has forgotten about sex completely. However, an underground rebel group still promotes sexual activities in a secret building. A college girl named Shino is guided to witness this scene by a mysterious man named Yamato, and gradually she starts learning out about the acts of forbidden pleasure.

In The Undercover Boy, Yoshiki is a young runaway living in a net café. One day one his friends goes missing. With the help of detective Kijima, Yoshiki decides to visit the auction where human trafficking takes place. Can they save the boys who are about to become victims for sexual predators? Yoshiki becomes a frequent assistant for Kijima as they investigate various crimes in the seedy underworld.

Both manga are published in association with the Japanese digital distributor Papyless, which also runs the Renta! ebook rental service.


ABOUT AMIMARU LTD

Founded in 2011, Amimaru Ltd is a Finnish company that aims to provide manga readers all over the world a new and easier way to consume and purchase manga and receive the appreciation of their favorite authors.

The company currently publishes digital manga using through its iPad and Facebook applications.

Amimaru aims to distribute manga from a wide variety of companies, eliminating the need for consumers to use multiple services for their online manga reading needs. In the future Amimaru also plans to provide manga creators a way to get their works translated and sold digitally to readers all over the world without the need of a Japanese publisher as a middleman.

The service was launched in May 2012 as a Facebook app. The iPad app saw its global launch in October 2013.

For more information, visit http://amimaru.com.


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