Manga creators Peach-Pit will be concluding their Young Jump run of the living dolls series Rozen Maiden this January. Depending on how collections break down, it will have run 10 or 11 volumes. More after the jump.
It seems like manga creators PEACH-PIT are attracting a lot of attention again. Leading into this summer's new anime adaptation of Rozen Maiden, the second volume of their newer shoujo manga Kingyozaka Noboru has just been released in Japan. Check out the trailer that Kodansha has prepared after the jump.
Following the recent "PEACH-PIT Festival" of manga releases, Kodansha has posted a special preview video for the first volume of the Rozen Maiden and Shugo Chara creation team's new series, Kingyozaka Noboru. Fans who buy the first edition of the manga will get a special art bookmark. Check out the preview after the jump.
Especially with the announcement of a new anime based on Rozen Maiden, there's a lot of excitement around creation team PEACH-PIT. Capitalizing on this, publishers Shueisha, Ichijinsha and Kodansha are teaming up for "PEACH-PIT Festival" slated for December 19th, with releases for just about all of their ongoing projects scheduled for the date. Get a look after the jump.
The manga-making duo, Peach-Pit, will start their new manga, Kingyo Saka Noboru, in the 10th issue of Kodansha's Dessert shipping August 24th.