The four titles include Drifting Net Cafe, The Tenth Prism, Diary of My Daily Failures, and Tunnel of Spring Rain. All titles are available now (with some select free chapters) on the Azuki website and iOS and Android mobile apps.
Here are the full details about the four newest manga licenses:
Drifting Net Café
Story and art: Shuuzou Oshimi
In a unique work mixing eroticism and true love, this is the acclaimed Shuuzou Oshimi’s newest work in “Manga Action.” Koichi Toki, 29, enters a net café on a whim and is reunited with his first true love. They are elated to meet again, but then the city around their net café disappears! The fated couple share the café with nerds, thugs, a brash young kid, girls, and businessmen, and as the interactions between these unconnected people unfold, it results in a sudden interdimensional love story!
The Tenth Prism
Story and art: Masahito Soda, Kanaka Mizuki
“In a distant time, a small country — the “Land of Bones” — discovers a strange technology, and plunges the world into fear and despair.” Since the dawn of time, the Kingdom of Karan — loved by its inhabitants and neighbors alike — has existed in peace and in harmony with nature. But now, the kingdom has fallen and its citizens have scattered. Karan’s sole hope? A small boy — Prince Tsunashi. Despite his reluctance to accept the challenges of reviving Karan, Tsunashi’s right eye patch hides the mark of the prophesied savior: THE EYE OF GOLD. Threatened by the intensifying advance of the fearsome and mysterious Land of Bones, a skillful ploy by a vassal allows Tsunashi to discover and harness his legendary ability hidden underneath the eye patch — and fight to save his kingdom. From bestselling author Masahito Soda, creator of “Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company” (8.3 million copies sold) — and the kart racing manga Capeta (6 million) — comes THE TENTH PRISM. Soda’s new epic fantasy marks his entry into the genre and is certain to be yet another masterstroke for this author.
Diary of My Daily Failures
Story and art: Eriko Kobayashi
A bold comic essay of a depression survivor looking back to her past blunder. In the depth of despair, Eriko struggled as she tried adapting to the mental health institution environment. Eriko Kobayashi’s superb ability to deliver dark but comedic self-narrative would not only let readers ponder the importance of mental health but might also reveal the hidden anxiety inside our mind we never knew we had…
Tunnel of Spring Rain
Story and art: Kei Ginkawa
The rain that started to fall turned into April’s last snowfall. On that day, my sister died. My shoulders that wouldn’t stop shaking… were held down by Eiji.” Although Asahi knew Eiji only pampered him as a replacement, it doesn’t stop him from harboring romantic feelings for his sister’s former fiancée. The feelings won’t come across, the love won’t bloom, but Asahi still stays beside the man he loves. Until one night…
Source: press release