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Digital Manga Guild Program to Launch With 23 Titles

posted on by Egan Loo

At its Anime Expo panel on Saturday, the North American publisher Digital Manga Inc. (DMI) announced the first 23 titles that it is planning to release under its Digital Manga Guild program:

Tired of Waiting for Love
By author Saki Aida and artist Yugi Yamada

Rule of Standing on Tiptoe
By Puku Okuyama

Again Tomorrow
By Nabako Kamo

Second Night of a Thousand Nights of Keiko Kinoshita

You and Tonight by Keiko Kinoshita

Steadfast Candy Heart Love by Satomi Konno

Neck-Tie by Asahi Shima

I Love Love Too by Himeko Shindo

Only the Flower Knows by Rihito Takarai

My Sempai by Hebiko Habuyama

Courtesan Kings by Souya Himawari

The Reason Why He Loves Him So Much by Saori Mieno

The Faithful Dog Waits for Flowers by Mario Yamada

Chirp Chirp by Kotetsuko Yamamoto

Mad Cinderella by Kotetsuko Yamamoto

Blooming Darling by Kotetsuko Yamamoto

Full Bloom by Rio and Saori Mieno

The Kneeling Butler by Ikue Ishida

The Song of Rainfall by Nawo Inoue

A Passion of Oranges by Ruis Maki

Interval by Kanami Itsuki

Dokidoki Crush by Kotetsuko Yamamoto

Curve by Kahiro Kyouda

DMI already revealed that three of these manga titles — Tired of Waiting for Love, Only the Flower Knows, and The Faithful Dog Waits for Flowers — were assigned to the group Kawaii Neko to localize into English before the convention.

Last summer, DMI revealed its plans for the Guild, which allows fans to translate, edit, and letter works legally with the permission of the original Japanese owners. Under the program, the guild members are credited and paid royalties from online purchases, and the works may be published in print if they prove to be popular.

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