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futekiya Boys-Love Manga Service Adds 10 Compass Titles

futekiya Boys-Love Manga Service Adds 10 Compass Titles


futekiya Boys-Love Manga Service Provides 10 Compass Titles

Firm licenses KIZUNA, GUN & HEAVEN, Carmel Espresso, Kimi ga Iru Heya, extra

Fantasista, Inc.’s futekiya boys-love manga subscription service introduced on Thursday that it has licensed 10 new titles from Compass.

futekiya will announce launch dates and English names for the next titles at a later date:

  • KIZUNA by Kazuma Kodaka
  • KIZUNA after story by Kazuma Kodaka
  • Hana to Ryu ~KIZUNA Spin off~ by Kazuma Kodaka
  • Joushitsu na Otoko to H by Sonoo Michiru
  • GUN & HEAVEN by Kazuma Kodaka
  • Caramel Espresso by Hiromi Toribito
  • Caramel Taste by Hiromi Toribito
  • Kimi ga Iru Heya by Otokichi
  • Koi wa Chihyou Minus 2 Meters by Sasaru Imai
  • Jouzetsu na Shichakushitsu by Hiromi Toribito

Readers are capable of learn choose chapters from the futekiya library totally free, and subscribers to the futekiya service can entry full volumes.

The futekiya service launched in July 2019, and it permits entry to its total library of manga for a month-to-month payment of US$6.99. The service can also be providing licensed dōjinshi and manga by unbiased artists.

Manga Planet launched in November 2019. The service prices US$6.99 monthly and permits customers limitless entry to English-translated manga. Along with manga licensed from publishers, the service affords works licensed from unbiased artists.

Manga Planet can also be working with publishers LEED Publishing Co., Ltd., Bunkasha Publishing Co., Ltd.; Kaiohsha Publishing Co., Ltd.; San-Ei Company Co., Ltd.; Tokuma Shoten Publishing Co., Ltd.; Shodensha Publishing Co., Ltd.; Residence-sha, Begins Publishing Company, Okay.Okay. HarperCollins Japan, and MugenUp Inc.

Manga Planet began as a joint venture between Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. and Fantasista, Inc. in 2012. The businesses’ purpose with Manga Planet is to “[bring] new manga to followers from all around the world and help artists and the trade.”

Disclosure: futekiya’s Editor-in-Chief Emma Hanashiro labored at ANN as a information intern in 2014.

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