Seven Seas Adds The Testament of Sister New Devil, My Monster Secret Manga
posted on 2015-02-25 17:35 EST by Lynzee Loveridge
Seven Seas Entertainment announced on Wednesday that it has licensed Kashiwa Miyako's The Testament of Sister New Devil (Shinmai Maō no Testament) and Eiji Masuda's My Monster Secret (Jitsu wa Watashi wa) manga.
Miyako launched the manga adaptation of Tetsuto Uesu's (Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero) light novel series in Kadokawa's Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine and the fourth compiled volume shipped in Japan in December. Seven Seas will ship the first volume in February 2016.
The "rather risque battle action" story centers around Basara Tōjō, a first-year high school student who is flustered by a sudden question by his eccentric father, "Hey, didn't you used to say you wanted a little sister?" Plus, his father announces that he is getting remarried. His father brings over two beautiful step-sisters, but then embarks on an overseas trip. However, the two sisters Mio and Maria Naruse are actually a novice devil and succubus.
Basara almost ends up forming a dangerous servant and master contract with them, but due to an error, the contract becomes reversed, and Basara becomes the master instead. To add to things, erotic situations continuously start to happen in Basara's life. However, it turns out Mio is having her life targeted by other monsters and heroes. And so, the "desire/action" tale of the strongest contracter begins.
Crunchyroll is streaming the ongoing anime adaptation by Production IMS in various territories as it airs in Japan.
My Monster Secret romantic comedy manga centers around Asahi Kuromine, who has a crush on a cute girl named Yōko Shiragami. Shiragami just happens to be a vampire. Asahi cannot keep a secret, but he is determined to keep Shiragami's secret anyways. Seven Seas will ship the first volume in January 2016.
Masuda launched the manga in Weekly Shōnen Champion in 2013, and Akita Shoten published the 10th volume on February 6. A television anime adaptation is currently in the works.
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