My Dearest Devil Princess artist Maika Netsu at Fanime
posted on by Egan Loo
Broccoli Books publishes manga, hosts Netsu this weekend in California
The North American publisher Broccoli Books is sponsoring My Dearest Devil Princess manga artist Maika Netsu at FanimeCon this Memorial Day weekend in San Jose, California. Jive's Comic Rush magazine has been serializing My Dearest Devil Princess in Japan. The romantic comedy follows a demon princess who reluctantly lives with the human boy who summoned her — at least until she can release his bond on her and take his soul. Netsu also created Black Game with writer Rei Akimi, and Kapreka Number 1 with Makoto Matsumoto (the writer of My Dearest Devil Princess). Broccoli Books publishes My Dearest Devil Princess in North America.