M&C! Licenses Tears of Love, Dorm Life, Mr. Kappa in Love Manga
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Indonesian publisher M&C! announced on July 19 that it has licensed Ren Koizumi's Tears of Love - I Didn't Mean for It to Happen- (Koishite, Namida. - Sonna Tsumori ja Nakatta no ni), Umeta Yamashiro's Dorm Life (Anpon Tanbarin), and Kamaro Kikuchi's Mr. Kappa in Love (Mononoke DK) manga. All three manga are slated for release on August 17.
Koizumi's Tears of Love - I Didn't Mean for It to Happen- book compiles three one-shot manga that Koizumi published in Shogakukan's Sho-Comi magazine in 2015. M&C! describes the title story:
After passing high school entrance exams, Anri's best friend Yuuma confesses his feelings for her, and they begin dating. But just as she's trying to puzzle through her feelings for him as both best friend and lover, she falls in love with Shingo, another boy in her high school, and they end up kissing. Though she knows it's wrong to fall in love with Shingo, every time he touches her, she loves him even more.
Aside from the title story, the book also contains the one-shot manga "I Can't Graduate from Being Your Little Sister" and "I Won't Say Goodbye." Shogakukan published the book last August.
M&C! describes Dorm Life manga:
Four young people are looking forward to spending their youth in their new dormitory life, but find out to their disappointment that their dormitory is an old and run down place in this fresh comedy about living together.
Yamashiro launched the manga in Ichijinsha's Zero-Sum Online website as a web manga in 2012, and ended it in the same year. Ichijinsha published the manga's one compiled book volume in January 2013.
M&C! describes the Mr. Kappa in Love manga:
Many people find the concept of werewolves dangerously handsome, but what about a were-kappa? Could anyone like something like that?
Thus is the plight of Konta Akihisa, who was born a kappa, and keeps his monster identity secret. He has a simple goal in life: to lead a normal guy's life, and fall in love normally. But fate has other plans for him.
Kikuchi launched the manga in Shogakukan's Deluxe Betsucomi magazine in 2014, and ended it in the same year. Shogakukan published the manga's one compiled book volume in January 2015.