Seven Seas Licenses Mushroom Girls in Love Manga by A Centaur's Life Creator
posted on by Karen Ressler
Seven Seas Entertainment announced on Monday that it has licensed Kei Murayama's Mushroom Girls in Love (Kinoko Ningen no Kekkon) manga. The first and only volume is slated for print and digital publication on July 3. The print edition will have a large trim size.
Seven Seas describes the story:
Our story begins on an all-woman planet of intelligent fungi, where Ariella and Eriella are about to get married! But they've got a long road ahead of them: illness, surgery, and even a dastardly royal plot that seeks to split them apart. Is their love strong enough to weather any storm? This offbeat, adorable, and dramatic one-shot is sure to please fans of yuri, monster girls, and enduring romance!
The short series ran from October 2013 to August 2014 on the web magazine PocoPoco (now Ohta Web Comic). Ohta Publishing released the series in one compiled book volume in Japan in November 2014.
Seven Seas is already publishing Murayama's A Centaur's Life manga. Maruyama launched the ongoing manga in 2010 and an anime adaptation is currently airing in Japan. Crunchyroll is streaming the series with English subtitles as it airs and Funimation Entertainment is streaming an English dub.