This last week we’ve released five Digital Manga Guild on the AMAZON KINDLE and B&N NOOK COLOR stores! We’re very proud of our DMGers please give them your support and fire up those tablets!
Check out what we have to offer after the break.
THE SONG OF RAINFALL by Nawo Inoue
One rainy day, the serious Professor Amamiya comes home and finds a young man named Naruse seeking shelter from the downpour by standing beneath Amamiya’s roof. Naruse looks so much like Amamiya’s past love that on a whim, the professor invites the young man inside to dry off. Afterwards, Amamiya refuses the young man’s contact information out of politeness, but a month later, Naruse reappears. This time, he asks to spend the night…
Translated by Thais; Lettered by Nick Green; Edited by Lorelei Nguyen
RAINY DAY LOVE by Satomi Konno
Yuta Yoshizawa is working at his family’s senbei shop when a member of his old high school club, Shizuno, appears. Even though they are merely acquaintances, Shizuno begins visiting the shop every few days, which rekindles Yuta’s secret interest that has been smoldering since high school. The sweetest, sexiest, and most heartwarming story is here! We also present to you a love story that spans 20 years between Shoichi, Yuta’s dependable older brother, and his wild childhood friend, Seigo.
Translated by Elina Ishikawa; Edited by Mia Chiresa; Lettered by Mia Chiresa
CLIMB ONTO MY SHOULDERS by Yuhki Takada
Trey and Paul are up-and-coming programmers with their minds set on fame and fortune! However, they need to actually finish writing a program first. The two decide to make a program that can play tic-tac-toe, but all their hard work is destroyed by the clueless yet smooth-talking MJ. In spite of their rough first meeting, MJ turns out to actually be useful to Trey and Paul. He even manages to land them the intimidating job of making class-scheduling software! Misadventures and romantic tension abound in this adorable comedy that’s set in the 1960s. Translated by T. Grindol Edited by Lindley Warmington Lettered by S. Russell
ONLY THE FLOWER KNOWS VOL. 1 by Rihito Takarai
Youichi’s life at university is going just fine. He isn’t having any trouble with his classes, he has plenty of friends, and even a cute girlfriend named Minami. Then the day comes where he meets Misaki. Misaki is a reserved, stand offish fellow but for some reason, Youichi can’t seem to get him out of his mind. In fact, he can’t seem to stay away. When he lands a job working in the lab with Misaki, it seems more than just the flowers are about to bloom. But will they recognise their emotions for what they are, and have the courage to accept it?
Translated, Edited, Lettered by Kimiko Kotani
MY SEMPAI by Hebiko Habuyama
Hajime Amemiya is a bubbly high schooler who has a problem: He’s in love with surly upperclassmen Saburo Ninomiya! Hajime is ready to do whatever it takes to win the love of Saburo, but that may be a bit harder then it sounds. Hajime has to contend with a co-worker that wants him, Saburo’s childhood friend, and the fact that Saburo is too much of the strong silent type to ever let Hajime know if his advances are working. Will Hajime be able to win over the heart of his sempai? Translated by Joseph Blake; Edited by Andrea Stinson; Lettered by Hoek