JManga Adds Electric Quartet of New Manga

Premiere of "The World of Buddha" joined by new volumes of "Soredemo," "Adekan" and "To All The Corners of the World"

Digital manga portal JManga has a diverse range of additions for this week's Thursday update. There's the premiere of Manga de Dokuha (Reading Through with Manga) series' The World of Buddha, then there's new volumes of unconventional maid cafe series Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru, sexy shoujo mysteries Adekan and Osamu Tezuka Cultural Prize winner Fumiyo Kouno's To All The Corners of the World. 


Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru Vol. 7
Created by Masakazu Ishiguro
Story
At first glance, the shopping district of Maruko appears to be an average shopping street, but it is here that this comedy of not a maid café, but a maid coffee shop unfolds.

The word of BUDDHA
Created by Variety Art Works
Story
2500 years ago, Buddhism was formed from the teachings of Buddha. The oldest remaining scripture that most closely embodies the teachings and wisdom of the founder, Buddha, is “the Word of Buddha (Sutta Nipata)”. What are the teachings that Buddha shared to the people, these simple teachings that express what is at the heart of Buddhism? Buddha’s life and his ideas, filled with benevolence and wisdom, have been adapted into comic book form.

ADEKAN Vol. 2
Created by Tsukiji Nao
Story
Shiro is a sexy loinclothless umbrella maker. Kojiro is a policeman with a passionate sense of justice. Together, they get caught up in erotic, grotesque and bizarre crimes in the back streets of what appears to be the Meiji Era. Careful, this story is addictive!

To All The Corners Of The World Vol. 2
Created by Fumiyo Kouno
Story
This successor of the long selling Heisei classic “Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms” is a family drama set in Hiroshima's military city Kure during the war. Protagonist Suzu marries and moves from Hiroshima City to Kure, where she encounters uncertainty in her new family, her new city, and her new world. However, she manages to live each day healthily and happily.


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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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