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Seven Seas acquire Yokai Girls manga

Seven Seas acquire Yokai Girls manga
Andy Hanley
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There's been no shortage of announcements from publisher Seven Seas Entertainment of late, and yesterday brought another with confirmation of a further manga title added to their 2017 line-up.

The title in question is Yokai Girls, which Seven Seas describes thus:

Nishizuru Yakki has always considered himself a fairly normal guy–he’s graduated from school, works a part-time job, and has never had a girlfriend. Yet he does have one unusual ability: he can see yokai spirits! He usually copes with these ghostly visions by ignoring them…until he meets a mysterious young woman named Rokka. Now his normal days have taken a notably abnormal turn, as Yakki finds himself the sole defender of some sexy supernatural yokai!

The series will be released in digital and physical forms as single volumes, the first of which is scheduled to arrive on 7th November 2017.

You can find the full press release for this announcement on the Seven Seas Entertainment web site.

 

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