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Manga Planet Licenses Girls’ Love of the Dead from Parsola Inc.

Super light novel by Nanaoku Hoshii and Akiko Morishima to be released on Manga Planet in April 2021!

Ikebukuro, Japan – Manga Planet is pleased to announce the license acquisition of Girls’ Love of the Dead by Nanaoku Hoshii and Akiko Morishima published by Parsola Inc.!

Mizuki decides to kill herself and sneaks into an abandoned school building to go after Rin, the person she has a crush on.  But there, she meets Rin again, who has lost her memory and become a zombie! To regain Rin’s memory and to convey her feelings, Mizuki decides to mimic a zombie! While spending time with the zombie girls and her mysterious teacher, Mizuki gets closer to the truth behind Rin’s death…

Super light novels are shorter than average light novels with three to four sentences on one page and more illustrations. One volume has 10,000 words at most and can typically be finished in one sitting.

The first volume of Girls’ Love of the Dead will be available for free in the Manga Planet Library. Subscribers to the Library get to read the succeeding chapters in addition to other manga titles from Parsola Inc., futurecomics Inc., Starts Publishing, Shodensha Publishing, Thirdline, SOZO Comics, Tokuma Shoten, Home-sha, Inc., LEED Publishing Co., Ltd., San-ei Corporation, WANIBOOKS Co., Ltd., SHONENGAHOSHA, and by mangaka Masaya Hokazono and Nakashima723.

Negotiations with other publishers such as BUNKASHA PUBLISHING Co., Ltd., KAIOHSHA PUBLISHING Co., Ltd., K.K. HarperCollins Japan, MUGENUP Inc., are going smoothly, and we will post information on upcoming licensed titles on mangaplanet.com soon.


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In 2012, Manga Planet started as a joint project between Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. and FANTASISTA, INC. to research and explore the ways manga is read throughout the world. Aiming to bring new manga to fans from all over the world and support artists and the industry, Manga Planet pushes for affordability and access to manga through a subscription-based service.

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