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Seven Seas Licenses I Was Abducted by an Elite All-Girls School as a Sample Commoner Manga

posted on by Karen Ressler
Anime based on original light novel premieres in October

Seven Seas Entertainment announced on Friday that it has licensed Takafumi Nanatsuki and Risumai's I Was Abducted by an Elite All-Girls School as a Sample Commoner (Ore ga Ojō-sama Gakkō ni "Shomin Sample" Toshite Rachirareta Ken) manga. The first volume is slated for May 3, 2016.

Seven Seas describes the story:

Deep in the forest-covered mountains is an all-girls school, attended by children from only the richest and most prestigious of families. Here, the girls are raised to be perfect young ladies, cut off from the real world to preserve their innocence and ensure that they're free from all distractions. This policy of isolation is a double-edged sword, however, for after graduation, students of the academy often struggle to adapt to a world that's totally different from their cloistered school life.

To combat this inevitable culture shock, an average teenage boy, Kagurazaka Kimito, is kidnapped by the school to provide its students with knowledge of the outside world. Forced to enroll against his wishes, Kimito must now attend classes in a place where his very manhood relies on keeping the girls happy. Can one regular guy possibly survive in a fearsome, all-female student body?

Nanatsuki's Ore ga Ojō-sama Gakkō ni "Shomin Sample" Toshite Rachirareta Ken light novel series debuted in 2011 with Gekka Urū's (Onii-chan Dakedo Ai Sae Areba Kankei Nai yo ne) character designs. Risumai launched the manga adaptation in Ichijinsha's Monthly Comic Rex magazine in 2012, and Ichijinsha shipped the seventh compiled volume on July 27.

The anime adaptation from Studio Silver LINK will premiere on October 7.

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