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(Los Angeles, January 24, 2005) - Seven Seas Entertainment announced today the launch of an exclusive webmanga series, Aoi House. Debuting at www.gomanga.com on Monday, January 24th, with updates coming every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Aoi House is a comedy series in the spirit of Love Hina, The Real World and Comic Party.

Written and created by Adam Arnold, co-creator of Animefringe: Online Anime Magazine, and illustrated by Jim Jimenez, a veteran comic artist and animator, Aoi House follows the trials and tribulations of two down-on-their-luck college boys who join an anime club dominated by crazed fangirls.

In addition to each new installment, Aoi House will feature blog-style rants by the author and a new forum section that will allow for direct reader interaction.

Jason DeAngelis, "With three new updates a week of Aoi House, as well as our other regular manga updates, we're hoping to give people a reason to come back to gomanga.com on a daily basis."

Currently, Seven Seas plans to release Aoi House strictly as a free webmanga. However, Seven Seas may consider publishing the series if reader response is strong.

About Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC:
Seven Seas Entertainment is the first publisher in the U.S. to be devoted solely to the creation of original manga in the Japanese style. Established in 2004, the company is set to debut its first four titles -- Amazing Agent Luna, Blade for Barter, Last Hope and No Man's Land -- in February 2005. Seven Seas launched its web site, www.gomanga.com, in October 2004, and has become a daily stop for visitors eager to read manga online and contribute to an ever-growing forum community.

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