Digital manga subscription service Azuki has exclusively licensed Toako’s romantic comedy manga I Fell for a Fujoshi for a worldwide English release. A free preview of the series is available to read now in the Azuki app and the first two chapters will launch on February 7, 2023.
I Fell for a Fujoshi is a shoujo manga by Toako that was originally published in Micro Magazine’s Comic Elmo magazine and Manga Pixiv in 2021.
The service recently announced that it will be removing some currently simulpublished Kodansha manga from its platform.
Azuki is currently available online and on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store. The app features over 200 series, including international hits like Attack on Titan and acclaimed new series like Natsume & Natsume and My Dear Detective: Mitsuko’s Case Files. It can be accessed free with advertisements or a premium account subscription that can be purchased for US$4.99 per month. A 14-day free trial and discounted annual plan are also available.
Azuki describes the story of I Fell for a Fujoshi as:
When handsome high schooler Ichirou confesses to his childhood friend Tae, he expects a glamorous first love straight out of his favorite shojo manga. But his plan goes awry, and Tae thinks he’s confessing his love for Boys Love manga, not her! Now, to win the heart of this BL-addicted fujoshi, Ichirou will have to feign a passion for all things BL. This unlikely romantic comedy is full of hilarious misunderstandings and romance tropes gone wrong!
Source: press release