Seven Seas Entertainment Licenses Wu Zhe’s Run Wild: Sa Ye Danmei Novel Series

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© Wu Zhe, Seven Seas Entertainment

Seven Seas Entertainment has announced the license acquisition of Wu Zhe’s danmei Boys’ Love novel series Run Wild: Sa Ye. The novels were originally released in Chinese and inspired several multimedia adaptations, including a comic series. 

The first volume will be released in the English language in early 2025. The series will be available in large-trim paperback editions as part of the Seven Seas Danmei label. Ebook editions will also be available on digital platforms.

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Seven Seas describes the synopsis of Run Wild: Sa Ye as: 

Unwanted by his adoptive parents, Jiang Cheng leaves home to live in a cold, gray city with his deadbeat dad whose only talent is feeding a gambling addiction. Alone save for his suitcase, the rebellious teenage boy arrives at the train station ready to face his miserable new life.

But the moment he steps off the platform, Jiang Cheng meets the peculiar young girl Gu Miao, along with her big brother Gu Fei—a boy his age with a musical staff shaved into his hair. Rumor has it that Gu Fei is bad news with dark secrets of his own, but Jiang Cheng still finds himself pulled toward the withdrawn delinquent thanks to Gu Miao and, perhaps, fate. The unlikely friendship that blossoms between them shows Jiang Cheng the hidden depths of Gu Fei…and the hidden depths of his own feelings. The Seven Seas English-language edition of this romantic drama will feature exclusive new art.


Source: press release

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