Milk Morinaga Ends Hana & Hina After School Yuri Manga in November

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Morinaga launched manga in April 2015; Seven Seas to release 1st volume on March 14

Manga creator Milk Morinaga announced on her official Twitter account on Monday that she is ending her Hana & Hina After School (Hana to Hina wa Hōkago) yuri manga in November.

Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the manga, and it describes the story:

Hana and Hina are two high school girls working at the same character goods shop, but they are completely different from one another. Hana is petite, uncertain and shy, while Hina is tall, confident, and trendy. Yet they share a secret: their school has a strict policy against taking part-time jobs. They also discover that both of them share an irresistible attraction to things that are cute, be it the uniforms at their all-girls' school or...each other! Just how long will Hana and Hina be able to keep their afterschool jobs, and their feelings for each other, a secret?

Morinaga launched the manga in Futabasha's Comic High! in April 2015. Futabasha published the second compiled volume on June 11. Seven Seas will publish the first single volume on March 14, 2017.

Seven Seas previously licensed and released Morinaga's Girl Friends, Kisses, Sighs, and Cherry Blossom Pink, and Gakuen Polizi manga. The company announced that it had licensed Morinaga's Secret of Princess manga in May, and it is slated for release on February 14, 2017.

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