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Seven Seas Entertainment Shares List of June 2014 Manga Releases

by SamJune 4, 2014

18431_307865314450_5198552_nWith another month upon us, the team at Seven Seas Entertainment have today shared a list and details of all their manga releases for June 2014. Ranging from additional volumes in established series such as A Centaur’s Life to the brand new series Gakuen Polizi, hopefully there will be something there that tickles your fancy.

Some volumes are set to be available from today in North America and online stores, however some will be available for purchase from June 17th. Check out the list below for more information on each of their titles.


 

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A Centaur’s Life Volume 3
Kei Murayama | $12.99 | 3rd June 2014

For Hime and her classmates, racial mixing is nothing new. Wings both feathery and leathery, tails pointed or furry, horns like goats’ or like unicorns’—you’ll find them all in this classroom. When the prospect of a new transfer student arises, is there anything left that would shock them? A UFO sighting, perhaps?!

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Alice in the Country of Joker: Circus and Liar’s Game Volume 5
Quin Rose / Mamenosuke Fujimaru | $12.99 | 3rd June 2014

IF I SET HER FREE, WILL SHE STILL BE A PRISONER?

In the quest to free her sister, Alice faces terrible truths. Something about her life in her old world is tangling her up inside, and it’s not just her residual feelings about her lost love. Now, in Wonderland, she discovers that she’s falling in love once again—despite her emotional scars and the danger in choosing between psychopaths. In her deadliest battle yet, who is Alice’s greatest foe?

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Girls und Panzer Volume 1
Girls und Panzer Projekt / Ryohichi Saitaniya | $12.99 | 3rd June 2014

TANKS ARE A GIRL’S BEST FRIEND!

Akiyama Yukari has been a fan of Tankery, the feminine art of tank combat, ever since childhood. Her dream of joining a team comes true when Ooarai Girls’ Academy revives their school team. Under the guidance of Nishizumi Miho, who has previous experience as a tank commander, the girls of A Team work together to achieve victory on the field through teamwork and friendship. But does the motley assortment of girls and tanks at Ooarai have what it takes to become a unified force to be reckoned with? Panzer Vor!

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Dance in the Vampire Bund: Forgotten Tales
Nozomu Tamaki | $13.99 | 17th June 2014

AN EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION OF ALL-NEW MANGA NEVER BEFORE OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED INSIDE OR OUTSIDE OF JAPAN!

Twice every year in Japan, manga creators and their fans meet at the Comiket, the largest comic fair in the world. At these events, Dance in the Vampire Bund creator Nozomu Tamaki and fellow collaborators released exclusive, self-published Dance in the Vampire Bund comics known as doujinshi that feature brand new artwork and side stories from the series. These unofficial collections are limited edition prints only available at Japanese conventions… until now!

Dance in the Vampire Bund: Forgotten Tales features over 192 pages of previously uncollected manga, deleted scenes, and other bonus material.

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Gakuen Polizi Volume 1
Milk Morinaga | $12.99 | 17th June 2014

UNDERCOVER LOVER!

All her life, Sasami Aoba has dreamed of being a champion of justice, but if she can’t be a magical girl, she’ll be the next best thing: a cop! Aoba is a Polizi, an undercover officer assigned to Hanagaki Girls’ High School. But when she arrives on the scene, she discovers that Hanagaki is a perfectly peaceful school with no crimes to solve, and that her new partner, Sakuraba Midori, is a stern, by-the-book Polizi who has no patience for Aoba’s novice antics.

Will Aoba and Midori become friends, rivals…or something more? An all-new yuri series from the creator of Girlfriends and Kisses, Sighs, and Cherry Blossom Pink!

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Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends Volume 7
Yomi Hirasaka / Itachi | $12.99 | 17th June 2014

A LOT CAN CHANGE IN TEN YEARS…

Ten years ago, Kodaka’s best—and only—friend was a kid he knew only as “Sora.” Now he finally knows that Yozora and Sora are the same person, but that doesn’t mean their friendship can pick up where it left off. And to make things more complicated, she’s known who he was all along…and chose not to tell him. 

Despite all that, life in the Neighbors Club continues as always. There are elaborate new hairstyles to try out, and new kinds of anime to explore! It all sounds normal enough, but if there’s one thing you can count on with the Neighbors Club, it’s that “normal” does not apply!

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Strike Witches: The Sky That Connects Us
Humikane Shimada / Projekt Kagonish / Shin Kyogoku | $12.99 | 17th June 2014

SEPARATED…BUT NEVER APART!

The girls of the 501st Joint Fighter Wing in Britannia were a tightly-knit team. They fought together, worked together, and even played together. But when their mission is complete, this band of close friends is broken up and scattered. Some continued to fight the Neuroi. Some returned home, or set out on personal missions. Some managed to get into even more trouble than before. This volume greatly expands the fascinating alternative-World War II world of the Strike Witches, exploring new nations and cultures, and taking a long, hard look at the question of what happens to friends and comrades-in-arms when they can no longer serve together. Although the girls of the 501st have very different personalities, powers, and goals, they share a bond of friendship and common dreams that may be larger than the distance that separates them.

Sam
Your average, perhaps slightly geeky 23 year old University student who spends his days studying but his nights watching, reviewing and reporting on video games, anime and manga. Has been writing for The Otaku's Study ever since it opened in 2006 as Sam's Anime Study.
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