Also: Royal Tailor: Clothier to the Crown, Stay By My Side After the Rain
Seven Seas announced on Wednesday that it has licensed the My Wandering Warrior Eating Disorder, Royal Tailor: Clothier to the Crown, Stay By My Side After the Rain, and Tokyo Revengers: A Letter from Keisuke Baji manga.
Seven Seas will publish Nagata Kabi’s My Wandering Warrior Eating Disorder (Meisо̄ Senshi Nagata Kabi: Gourmet de Go!) on October 26 digitally as an ebook exclusive. The company describes the story:
This new diary comic details the complexities of Nagata Kabi’s fraught relationship with food, from eating disorders and habits to food preparation, with unflinching and detailed honesty. This short manga was written after My Wandering Warrior Existence and was only released on digital platforms in Japan. Seven Seas will be publishing the manga in English as an ebook exclusive before the release of the book written after it–My Pancreas Broke, But My Life Got Better–in order to preserve the chronological timeline of new entries in Nagata Kabi’s powerful autobiographical series.
Seven Seas will release the first volume of Nakasane Nowaki’s Royal Tailor: Clothier to the Crown (Royal Tailor: О̄kyū no Saihо̄shi) in June 2024, and it describes the story:
Hana’s lifelong dream is to become a tailor and make wonderful clothes for people of all the different fantasy races. However, in a world where humans are discriminated against, even getting work as a seamstress is a struggle. When a handsome, mysterious prince offers her a job, it seems like Hana’s fortunes might finally be changing for the better!
Seven Seas will publish the first volume of Shoko Rakuta‘s Stay By My Side After the Rain (Ameagari no Bokura ni Tsuite) manga in April 2024. It describes the manga:
Kanade is an office worker who’s unfulfilled in life…and keeps the fact that he’s gay a secret. Everything changes when he reunites with an old classmate from high school: Mashiro, the boy Kanade secretly liked back in his youth. Mashiro’s arrival seems to bring new sunlight to Kanade’s dreary life. As they get to know each other again as adults, could this be Kanade’s chance to find love with the one who got away?
Seven Seas will launch the first volume of Ken Wakui and Yukinori Natsukawaguchi’s Tokyo Revengers: A Letter from Keisuke Baji (Tokyo Revengers ~Baji Keisuke Kara no Tegami~) spinoff manga in August 2024. The company describes the manga:
From the fateful moment they met to their brutal parting, the full story of Chifuyu Matsuno and Keisuke Baji is revealed at last! Racked by grief after a recent battle with Valhalla, Chifuyu receives an unexpected letter that will change everything. This spin-off series to Tokyo Revengers is currently available in English from Kodansha USA on the K MANGA digital platform. Seven Seas will publish the series in print for the first time in oversized paperbacks with new lettering, and will also release the volumes in ebook editions on other digital platforms.
The manga debuted in Kodansha‘s Weekly Shōnen Magazine and on the Magazine Pocket app in July 2022. Kodansha published the manga’s third compiled book volume on May 17, and it will publish the fourth volume on October 17.
Source: Press releases