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Digital Manga Adds Makoto Tateno's A Waltz in the Clinic, A Murmur of the Heart Manga

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
2 boys-love manga about hospital doctors to get print, digital release

Digital Manga Inc. announced on Wednesday that it has licensed Makoto Tateno's A Waltz in the Clinic (Kenshūi wa Koakuma to Odoru) and A Murmur of the Heart (Toaru Gekai to Naikai no.) boys-love manga. The company added that both manga will be released both in print and digitally.

Shinshokan released the one-volume A Waltz in the Clinic manga in Japan in February. The manga centers on the medical resident Tōno, who is constantly rejecting a physician named Misawa. Tōno avoids Misawa's internal medicine department to hang around the pediatrics ward, but when the director's son, a somewhat sexy med school student, is hospitalized for a broken bone, Tōno is assigned as his attending physician.

Shinshokan released the one-volume A Murmur of the Heart manga in Japan in June 2012. The manga centers on the same physician Misawa, who has always had an unrequited crush on the straight surgeon Kazami. Misawa had planned never to tell Kazami about his love for him, but after witnessing Tōno's secret love affair, he is swayed into making a pass at Kazami.

Digital Manga released Tateno's 9th Sleep, Angelic Runes, A Bloody Kiss Tonight, Blue Sheep Reverie, Happy Boys, Hero Heel, How to Capture a Martini, How to Control a Sidecar, Ka Shin Fu, Red Angel, Steal Moon, Yellow, Yellow 2, and Yokan - Premonition manga in North America. Additionally, Aurora Publishing's Deux Press published Tateno's Hate to Love You manga, CMX Manga published her King of Cards manga, and Viz Media's SuBLime imprint published Tateno's How's Your Ex? manga digitally.

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