Seven Seas Announces Alice in the Country of Clover & Angel Para Bellum

Oct 14th 2011

(LOS ANGELES, October 14, 2011)Seven Seas Entertainment is delighted to announce two hot new licenses: Angel Para Bellum, a new manga series about sexy angels vs. demons by the artist of New York Times bestseller Dance in the Vampire Bund, and Alice in the Country of Clover, the follow-up manga series to New York Times bestseller Alice in the Country of Hearts.

Alice in the Country of Clover is an ongoing manga series that reimagines Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland in a sly, shoujo style. This new series is a follow-up to QuinRose's bestselling Alice in the Country of Hearts, but can be read independently. In June 2012, the one shot, Alice in the Country of Clover: Bloody Twins will kick off the series, followed by Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz volume 1 in July 2012 and Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz volume 2 in September 2012. Each new volume will be released in oversized editions that feature impressive artwork and color pin ups.

Seven Seas has published eleven volumes and one side story of the ongoing series Dance in the Vampire Bund, which repeatedly hits the New York Times Bestseller manga list with each new release. Creator Nozomu Tamaki's latest work, Angel Para Bellum, offers fans of Dance in the Vampire Bund a thrilling new storyline with the amazing art his fans have grown to admire. Angel Para Bellum volume 1 will be released in July 2012, and volume 2 will follow October 2012.

Alice in the Country of Clover: Bloody Twins (June 2012)
Story by QuinRose / Art by Mamenosuke Fujimaru
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum are the “Bloody Twins,” amorous and affable killers who are able to transform themselves into adorable children or suavely handsome adults. As the gatekeepers to the Hatter Mansion, they tried to kill Alice once. Now they are hopelessly in love with her. Will either Dee or Dum win Alice's affections, and more importantly...will she survive their screwball courtship?

Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz (July 2012)
Story by QuinRose / Art by Mamenosuke Fujimaru
His name is Boris, and despite his human form and piercings and tattoos, he is not your typical punk teenager. For he is the Cheshire Cat, complete with cat ears and a tail, and a penchant for riddles. Boris is in madly love with Alice, and Alice is vulnerable and lonely. But will she fall for the Cheshire Cat?

Angel Para Bellum (July 2012)
Story by Kent Minami / Art by Nozomu Tamaki
A war between heaven and hell is brewing and only a young man named Mitsuru holds the key to prevent it. Yet Mitsuru is unaware of his secret birthright and his role in the battle between angels and demons. All he knows is that his family is dead and Kyrie, the kindly woman who cared for him in his time of mourning, is not what she seems. Now, with demon attackers seeking to destroy him at every turn, his only protection is two beautiful gun-wielding angels who kick ass like nobody's business.

About Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC
Established in 2004, Seven Seas Entertainment is devoted to producing original manga, comics, graphic novels, and youth literature, and bringing the best in Japanese and Korean licenses to North American audiences. The company's line-up includes such original manga properties as Amazing Agent Luna, Hollow Fields, and Paranormal Mystery Squad; such licensed manga as A Certain Scientific Railgun, Toradora!, and the New York Times Bestselling manga series Dance in the Vampire Bund; and the epic YA novel series Avalon: Web of Magic by Rachel Roberts. Seven Seas' website, www.gomanga.com, is a daily stop for thousands of visitors eager to read manga online and contribute to an ever-growing forum community. Seven Seas Entertainment is partnered with Tor/Macmillan and have collaborated on several series including Afro Samurai, Hayate X Blade, Inukami!, the Wicked City novels by Hideyuki Kikuchi, and Orson Scott Card's original manga series Laddertop.


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