[Manga News] Seven Seas Announces License Acquisition of SEASIDE STRANGER: HARUKAZE NO ÉTRANGER

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Seven Seas Entertainment has announced the license acquisition of the manga Harukaze no Étranger by Kii Kanna, the direct sequel series to the beloved Boys’ Love manga (and film) Seaside Stranger: Umibe no Étranger.

Shun and Mio connected on their small island near Okinawa, leading to a friendship and eventual romance. But Shun’s quiet home by the seaside started with pain–he left his hometown after his parents disowned him for being gay. That inescapable fact still haunts him, especially now that his father is ill. Shun is ready to go back to Hokkaido to see his parents again, but this time, he has Mio by his side. Mio has complicated feelings about this himself, as he was devastated by the loss of his own parents and now might not be accepted by Shun’s–what will this trip mean for him? Join this developing couple as they face ghosts from their past and work together for a better future in this beautifully illustrated sequel series, now in English for the first time.

Seven Seas will publish the manga series Seaside Stranger: Harukaze no Étranger for the first time in North America in print and on digital platforms in single volume editions. The first volume, Seaside Stranger Vol. 2: Harukaze no Étranger, will be released in February 2022 for $13.99 USA / $17.99 CAN.

About Seven Seas Entertainment:

Established in 2004, Seven Seas Entertainment specializes in bringing the best of Japanese manga and light novels to North American audiences, and producing original comics, graphic novels, and youth literature. Seven Seas is distributed by Macmillan. For more information, visit sevenseasentertainment.com.



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