Seven Seas’ Series Spree

Seven Seas Manga

Seven Seas has made quite a few announcements over the past few days.

First, new licenses for 2017:

Ghost Diary (Kaidan Nikki) – NATSUMEGU Seiju
The Girl From the Other Side: Siúil, a Rún (Totsukuni no Shoujo) – Nagabe
Hana & Hina After School (Hana to Hina wa Houkago) – MORINAGA Milk
Kase-san and… (… to Kase-san) – TAKASHIMA Hiromi
Kindred Spirits on the Roof (Okujou no Yurirei-san) – ITO Hachi, FUMIO Aya, & AMATSU Toi [Omnibus]
Secret of the Princess (Ohime-sama no Himitsu) – MORINAGA Milk
There’s a Demon Lord on the Floor (Floor ni Maou ga Imasu) – KAWAKAMI Masaki
Tokyo Undead – SAIMURA Tsukasa [Omnibus]

Seven Seas is also teaming up with FUJIMARU Mamenosuke of the Alice in the Country of series to make a manga version of The Wizard of Oz series. The shoujo series will be titled Captive Hearts of Oz and be written by MARUYU Ryo.

They are also starting to release their titles as NOOK e-books.

So, are you interested in any of these titles?

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  1. Matthew

    I heard about that. Thanks for the news and I can’t wait to start buying the ebooks from the Nook Store :).

    1. Krystallina

      It’s good Seven Seas is making their titles available to more users in more formats.
      For me, it’s Kindle > Nook simply because of the free credits from being a Prime member. Wish Barnes & Noble would let people earn free digital credits for choosing slow shipping like Amazon does.

      1. Matthew

        I agree. Seven Seas are making it easy for us ereader fans. It would be nice if Barnes and Noble did something likeAmazon. Then I might be buying more books haha.

  2. Coco

    The only title announcement that piqued my interest was the Wizard of Oz series. I LOVE the Alice in the Country of series, so it’ll be interesting to see their take on Oz.

    1. Krystallina

      Hopefully it’s good and more companies will work with Japanese artists/writers to make adaptations like this. That would be awesome!

  3. The Otaku Judge

    Sadly Barnes & Noble closed the Nook Store in the UK. Some podcasters I listen to lost some digital mangas they bought due to the closure.

    1. Krystallina

      Wow, that really sucks! 🙁


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