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GOMANGA Store from Seven Seas Entertainment


The #1 independently owned manga & light novel publisher in North America, dedicated to producing quality content for every reader! An imprint of Seven Seas Entertainment dedicated to sexy manga for mature readers! The hottest new thing from Japan--these novels are a close sibling to manga and serve as the basis for many popular franchises! Steamship Seven Seas Imprint

Seven Seas Entertainment is an award-winning publisher that specializes in bringing the best of Japanese manga and light novels to English-language audiences, alongside the hottest hand-picked danmei, webtoons, and other books from around the globe, and producing original comics and youth literature. Formed in 2004, Seven Seas is now the #1 independently owned manga and light novel publisher in the English-language market, with books distributed throughout the world by Penguin Random House.

Seven Seas’ core business is the licensing of manga and novels. Releasing hundreds of books per year in a wide range of genres, Seven Seas holds licenses from a broad variety of international publishers and rights holders, from bestselling titles like Monster Musume and The Ancient Magus’ Bride, to the Harvey Award-winning manga My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness and the Eisner-nominated sci-fi romance orange, to hardcover editions of revered classics like Devilman, Captain Harlock, Kamen Rider, and Lupin III. The company has also published nearly 50 volumes of original manga, spanning over 7,000 pages of sequential artwork. In addition to creating original works, Seven Seas licenses existing IP and adapts them into manga, such as Speed Racer, Ringworld, and My Little Pony.

Seven Seas also has an expansive digital program with an ever-growing backlist of 2,000+ books, including digital exclusives and digital early releases (ahead of print publication). The ebooks are available on a variety of digital platforms for the convenience of their readers.

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