New Yaoi Titles Hit Shelves this Summer!
Gardena, CA, February 2, 2007 - Juné by Digital Manga Publishing, one of the industry’s most innovative manga licensing and publishing companies, has announced two new yaoi titles for summer.
"We are really excited to have another Fumi Yoshinaga title in our line-up" explains Eric Rosenberger, Sales and Distribution Manager. "Antique Bakery made the American Library Association's 2007 Great Graphic Novels for Teens List and we hope to see more DMP and Juné titles make the cut in the future," adds Erica Jeng General Manager of Digital Manga, Inc.
Don't Say Anymore Darling
Written and illustrated by: Fumi Yoshinaga
Rated 18+; MSRP: $12.95 - July 25, 2007
Kouhei is a doctor at the local university hospital who has lost touch with his high school friend Tadashi. While Kouhei grew up to become a successful young doctor, Tadashi became a jobless, poor-as-dirt, flaming gay writer. But one lonely night, at his wits end, Tadashi sends Kouhei a text message and receives a reply. Of course Tadashi has secretly harbored feelings for Kouhei for a long time. But when he finds out Kouhei is getting set-up for an arranged marriage...
Not Enough Time
Written and illustrated by: Shoko Hidaka
Rated 16+; MSRP: $12.95 - July 25, 2007
Shoko Hidaka's breakthrough comic is a collection of eye-opening love stories. Yousuke suddenly shows up on the door step of his old high school buddy Tanigawa after years of no contact. While the two had a budding relationship back in school, things fell apart and they decided to part ways and search for their true love. However, it might be that their relationship in the golden days of high school was what they have been looking for all along.
For more information, visit www.junemanga.com.
About Digital Manga, Inc.
Digital Manga, Inc. (DMI) specializes in building corporate and cultural bridges from Japan to the Western Hemisphere - specifically through the licensing, importation and preparation of anime (Japanese animation), manga (Japanese comic books) and related merchandise for the North American mainstream and subculture markets. In this capacity, DMI serves as a catalyst for the expansion of Japanese pop-culture institutions into global arenas.
Contact Digital Manga, Inc at 1487 West 178th Street Suite 300, Gardena, CA 90248;