November 25, 2015
Seven Seas Invites You to 10 Days of Licensing!
Join us here at Seven Seas for our 10 Days of Licensing! On Mondays to Fridays from November 30th to December 11th, we'll be announcing a whole bunch of brand new manga licenses that you'll be seeing on store shelves in 2016! Sometimes one a day, sometimes two a day...and sometimes possibly even more!
It's two weeks of fun and surprises, spanning an assortment of genres and formats, for every reader! Follow us on Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, or here at GoManga.com, for all the news as we begin our march towards another fantastic year at Seven Seas Entertainment.
November 06, 2015
Seven Seas Expands Its Harem with Monster Musume: I Heart Monster Girls
Seven Seas Entertainment is delighted to announce their acquisition of Monster Musume: I ♥ Monster Girls, a two-volume manga series about everyone's favorite monster girls from the hit series, Monster Musume! Each volume will include three bonus monster girl post cards.
Monster Musume: I ♥ Monster Girls tells all new, all original stories in four-panel comic strip anthology format, including a short Monster Musume story from Shake-O, creator of Nurse Hitomi’s Monster Infirmary. Spun off from events and characters as seen in the original manga and anime series, this new manga expands upon the Monster Musume universe.
Seven Seas Entertainment is proud to announce the completion of its longest-running original English-language manga series with the eleventh and final volume of Amazing Agent Luna.
Debuting in 2004 as one of Seven Seas Entertainments’ launch titles, Amazing Agent Luna has delighted fans and critics for over ten years, spanning nineteen books, including both single volumes and omnibus editions, and hitting the New York Times Manga Best Seller list. This Fall, Amazing Agent Luna reaches its dramatic conclusion in a 248-page finale. Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir's loveable characters and masterful storytelling kept readers engaged for over a decade, while Shiei's adorable and evocative artwork, with over 1800 pages drawn, brought the story to life in a way that catches the eye and tears at the heartstrings of readers to this day. The Luna franchise also spawned a two volume prequel series, Amazing Agent Jennifer, that explores the origins of Project Luna and introduces several major characters that go on to appear in the main series.