Manga Planet announced last week that four new titles from Shonen Gahosha are coming to their library. Starting in May 2020, the first chapters will be available for free in the Manga Planet library.
Subscribers to the library get to read the succeeding chapters in addition to manga titles from LEED Publishing, San-ei, and by mangaka Masaya Hokazono. Also slated for release in June 2020 are manga titles from Wanibooks.
Shonen Gahosha titles coming to Manga Planet
Listed below are the new Shonen Gahosha manga titles and summaries. (English titles and release schedules are subject to change without prior notice.)
The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior
Author: Ruri Miyahara
Release Date: May 19, 2020
Thanks to his parents’ job transfer, Usa has to live on his own. The problem is, his new place is full of weird people, and the upperclassman he admires is one of them…? A teenage romance comedy that’s heavier on the humor, not so much on the romance!
SoreMachi: And Yet the Town Moves
Author: Masakazu Ishiguro
Release Date: May 20, 2020
There is a small maid cafe that nearly nobody goes to – Maid Cafe Seaside, quiet enough for Sanada to do his homework in. His airheaded classmate Arashiyama works as the cafe’s only maid, even though she sure doesn’t act like one. What happens when her friends stop by for a visit?
Author: Satoshi Mizukami
Release Date: May 18, 2020
Fuuta Okeya’s dad said second-year middle school students are unstoppable, and he’s inclined to agree. He’s determined to make the most out of his ordinary student life, but everything changes when the mysterious Kouko Ishigami transfers into his class. Not just because Fuuta thinks she’s pretty and likes her – but because she thinks Fuuta is her rival from a past life!
Release Date: May 21, 2020
Delinquent Ken goes to Korea to follow the girl he loves, but somehow, he gets caught up in Korea’s local gang business instead!? And what do you mean he’s the gang’s boss now?
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