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Seven Seas Confirms 2 More Alice in the Country of Manga

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge

North American manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment confirmed with ANN on Thursday that it will release the Alice in the Country of Hearts ~White Rabbit and Some Afternoon Tea~ Part 1 (Heart no Kuni no Alice - Tokihakari Usagi to Gogo no Kōcha o~ Zenpen) and Alice in the Country of Hearts: Junk Box (Alice in Junk Box ~Fujimaru Mamenosuke Alice Series Tanpenshū~) collection of Alice series short stories by Mamenosuke Fujimaru manga in North America.

Alice in the Country of Hearts ~White Rabbit and Some Afternoon Tea~ Part 1 is written and illustrated by Mamenosuke Fujimaru (Alice in the Country of Clover, Alice in the Country of Joker). The volume shipped in Japan in July.

The volume is slated for release on August 25, 2015.

Alice in the Country of Hearts: Junk Box is a collection of short stories also by Fujimaru and is scheduled for release on June 30. The volume was released in Japan in March.

Amazon is also listing Alice in the Country of Clover: Black Lizard and Bitter Taste by Ichimi Minamoto for release on July 21, 2015. Seven Seas could not confirm if it has the license for Alice in the Country of Clover: Black Lizard and Bitter Taste.

Seven Seas announced its license of Alice in the Country of Clover: The Lizard Aide, Alice in the Country of Clover: Twin Lovers, and Alice in the Country of Clover: March Hare's Revolution in August.

The company is also releasing Alice in the Country of Clover: Knight's Knowledge and Alice in the Country of Joker: Nightmare Trilogy, among its large catalog of past releases in the series. It also released Alice in the Country of Diamonds: Bet On My Heart light novel last month.

Tokyopop published the first Alice in the Country of Hearts manga adaptation in North America, and Yen Press picked up the license and finished the series in 2011. Yen Press also released the two-volume Alice in the Country of Hearts: My Fanatic Rabbit series.

Thanks to Rachel S for the news tip.


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