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Seven Seas announce half a dozen new titles

Seven Seas announce half a dozen new titles
Andy Hanley
Author: Andy Hanley

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Manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment continue to blitz us all with new license acquisition news, with more new titles promised to be unveiled over the course of this week while last Friday also saw them lift the lid briefly on half a dozen series.

Here's what they had to show off in brief:

MaMaMa: Magical Director Mako-chan's Magical Guidance - A magic-infused series from Monster Musume author OKAYADO.
DNA Doesn't Tell Us - A monster girl series penned by Mintarou.
Sorry For My Familiar - A familiar gets summoned with a unique twist.
Crisis Girls - A girl and her zombie puppets keep the peace.
High-Rise Invasion - A new series from the author of AjinTsuina Miura, in conjunction with Takahiro Oba.
Mononoke Sharing - More monster girls from the pen of Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid author coolkyoushinja.

All of these titles have been confirmed for both a print and digital release in English, with release dates and volume formats yet to be confirmed.

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