December Issue of World's 1st Digital Manga Magazine Comicloud On Sale Soon!

BookLOUD Inc. simultaneously releases the December issue of Monthly
COMICLOUD (Vol. 2, No. 12)—the world's first digital manga magazine that entered
publication in July 2010—worldwide on December 30, 2011 for the Amazon Kindle,
Kindle DX and Android.

THE SEED OF LOVE by Haruki Fujimoto, first Boys' Love Manga on Comicloud
Gus and Kei are a gay couple who find themselves looking after Gus' niece Maho in
their home. Neither of them is very good at interacting with women. Can they handle this
unusual situation? This work is Comicloud's first "Boys' Love" (BL, perhaps better
known to our English-speaking readers as "yaoi") manga. Coming from our esteemed
Ms. Fujimoto, it's sure to be a warm and fuzzy, heart-warming story for any of our

New Episodes of Hit Manga Series!
Read more from Takeshi Okamoto's QUADRIFAGLIO, the world's only dedicated
Alfa Romeo manga, along with DEMENTIA 21, a uniquely surreal and nonsensical work
released by the genius Shintaro Kago! There's also X-HUNTER RAY, the near-future
sci-fi story by Ryu-Zin; Taro Matsumoto's NOBUNA-GIRL, which enters a new chapter;
as well as IT'S BANG IPPONGI'S DIARY OF A MANGA ARTIST, in which Bang weaves
her tale about the daily life of a manga artist.

About COMICLOUD Android Edition
COMICLOUD Android edition is generated with Androbook (
developed by Fukuyuki Murakami, CEO of CRAZYWORKS, Inc. (

Product Details
Title: COMICLOUD Vol. 2, No. 12
Genre: Digital Manga Magazine
Specs: Bilingual English & Japanese edition (Kindle)
Monolingual English & Japanese editions (Android)
Pages: 203 pages (Kindle), 102 pages (Android)
Price: US$6.99 (Kindle, incl. cost transmission), JPY400 (Android)

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About BookLOUD Inc.
BookLOUD Inc. is dedicated to spreading excellent Japanese entertainment content
around the globe! We are Japan's first digital publisher aiming to offer a new place
where people can engage in social communication through e-books.

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