The mangas Orange -to you, dear one- by Ichigo Takano, Even Dogs Go to Other Worlds: Life in Another World with my Beloved Hound- by Hana Ichika, and Does it Count if You Lose Your Virginity to an Android- by Yakinikuteishoku have all been licenced by Seven Seas Entertainment.
The seventh and last volume of Takano’s Orange manga is entitled Orange -to you, dear one- (Orange -Taisetsu na Anata e-).
In March 2023, Seven Seas will publish the manga in print and online.
As Seven Seas puts it, the manga is:
Naho was instructed to save the life of Kakeru, a student in her class, in a letter she received from her future self. Before her friends intervened with their own disclosures, Naho initially had to carry this weight by herself. What happens to Naho’s pals after their adventure with Kakeru, now that they are residing in this entirely other timeline, is the next question.
April 12 saw the arrival of the seventh volume in Japan.
The original shjo manga was published by Takano (Dreamin’ Sun) in 2012’s Bessatsu Margaret issue of Shueisha, then it was transferred to Futabasha’s Monthly Action in 2013. The manga finished in August 2015, and in November 2015, Futabasha released the fifth and final main narrative collected book volume. Crunchyroll made the manga available online in English. The original manga was released by Seven Seas Entertainment in North America in two omnibus volumes.
The sixth book of the manga collects Takano’s translation of the anime film Orange -Mirai- (Orange Future), whereas the first five volumes include the main tale of the manga. The collection also includes the two-part Orange-Suwa Hiroto offshoot manga, which centred on Suwa in a different future. In May 2017, the volume was delivered to Japan, and in January 2018, Seven Seas Entertainment released the volume.
In July 2021, Azusa Murasaka was the subject of a brand-new chapter on the Comic Action website, the series’ first fresh material in four years. To mark the manga’s tenth anniversary, Monthly Action released a special chapter on January 25. From Hiroto Suwa’s point of view, the manga is written.
The manga served as the basis for a live-action movie released in December 2015 and a television anime that debuted in July 2016.
As it aired in Japan, Crunchyroll streamed the animation. In November 2016, Japan saw the release of the anime film sequel to Orange -Mirai. The movie picks up where the original manga and television anime left off by telling the major plot from Suwa’s perspective.
The manga adaptation of Ry & Ririnra’s light book Even Dogs Go to Other Worlds: Life in Another World with my Beloved Hound (Isekai Teni Shitara Aiken ga Saiky ni narimashita – Silver Fenrir to Ore ga Isekai Kurashi wo Hajimetara) is written by Ichika. The manga’s first volume, which Seven Seas will publish in print and digital form in May 2023, is described as follows:
Takumi, a regular salaryman, has a demanding job, but he can get through it because Leo, his adored puppy-sized Maltese, is waiting for him at home. When Takumi awakens one day, he finds himself in a fantastical setting with a huge wolf standing in front of him. What if this enormous being is truly the once-small Leo? Takumi will try his best in this world to improve (and relax) his and his furry best friend’s quality of existence with the aid of a mysterious new magic ability.
The Even Dogs Go to Other Worlds manga was published by Ichika in May 2021 on the Comic Ride website of Micro Magazine.
On July 28, Micro Magazine released the second collected book edition of the manga.
The original narrative is currently being serialised by Ry on the Shsetsuka ni Nar website as of April 2019.
The print version of the Ririnra-illustrated tale first appeared in Micro Magazine in November 2020. April 30 saw the release of the third book volume. The books were published on March 31 by Cross Infinite World under permission.
The first volume of Does it Count if You Lose Your Virginity to an Android by Yakinikuteishoku will be published by Seven Seas. (Android wa Keiken Ninz ni Hairimasu ka?) manga in April 2023, both in print and digitally. As Seven Seas puts it, the manga is
Tsuda Akane, an office lady who is 28 years old, seems to have it all together. Because her coworkers can’t see her at home, Akane is appreciated at work despite being a beautiful, intelligent, and vital office worker for a robotics firm. Akane is a complete hot mess at her apartment, which appears more like a dump than a place to live. It’s a good thing she boozed up ordered Nadeshiko, a new android, to assist her clean up! The stunning woman android that shows up is a lusty hottie, so maybe that’s not good. More assistance than Akane anticipated is going to be provided!
In July 2021, Ichijinsha’s Comic Yuri Hime magazine published the first issue of Yakinikuteishoku’s manga.
The manga’s first compiled book volume was released by Ichijinsha on February 17 and the second volume will follow on September 15.