M&C! Licenses Arata Aki's Sweet Berry Manga

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
In the Beginning of the End of the World, Kiss to Fast Love also licensed

Indonesian publisher M&C! announced on Friday that it has licensed the In the Beginning of the End of the World (Sekai no Owari no Hajimari ni), Sweet Berry (Fetish Berry), and Kiss to Fast Love (Hatsukoi ni Kiss) manga.

Arata Aki's Fetish Berry manga centers on Hiyori Mizuhara, a girl who has a fetish on various qualities of boys' bodies. While she tries to hide her fetish when she enters high school, she meets Naohisa Narita, a boy who fulfills all of the things she desires in boys, and who discovers her secret.

Aki (Nightmare of the Funeral March, The Beautiful Skies of Houou High) launched the manga in Mag Garden's Comic Avarus magazine in 2010, and ended it in 2012. Mag Garden published the manga's fifth and final compiled book volume in February 2013. M&C! will release the first volume in Indonesia next week.

Kei Tanaka's Sekai no Owari no Hajimari ni manga is set in a world overrun by a rapidly spreading virus turning everyone in the world into zombies. The virus originated from a monkey imported into Hokkaido. With their everyday lives destroyed, two high school friends try and find a way to survive in the chaos of evacuation.

Tanaka (Junai Station, Nine Ten!, Tezuka Gakuen) launched the manga in Hakusensha's LaLa DX magazine in 2014, and ended it in the same year. Hakusensha published the manga's one compiled book volume in September 2014. M&C! will release the one and only volume in Indonesia next week.

Fujimomo's (Kanjuku Summer End, Koi Wazurai no Ellie) Hatsukoi ni Kiss is a collection of four romance one-shot manga stories that Fuji published in Kodansha's Dessert magazine in 2014. Kodansha published the first volume of compiled stories in June 2014, and published the second and last volume on March 13. M&C! will release the first volume on November 11.

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