Crunchyroll Manga Adds "The Legend of Onikirimaru" and "Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou"

Both series will be available on the service this week

Crunchyroll announced a couple new additions to its Crunchyroll Manga library over the weekend, both set to launch this week. The latest titles to join the lineup are Kei Kusunoki's The Legend of Onikirimaru and Miyahara Ruri's Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou, which serves as the basis for the anime The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior


The full catalog and the next simul-pub of The Legend of Onikirimaru launches on August 26 at 5:00pm PST, with further simul-pubs on a bi-monthly schedule.


The series will be available worldwide except for Japan.



Crunchyroll's synopsis:  

Popular women's author Kei Kusunoki's immortal "Onikirimaru" brings a miraculous revival to the age of the samurai! The secrets of Onikirimaru's birth and past are contained within as well! 


A demon boy who lacks horns on his head wields the cursed blade "Onikirimaru", the one weapon that can slay a demon, in a never-ending battle with the demons that haunt Japan during the age of the samurai. Behind the stories of Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hidetsugu, Ishida Mitsinaru, and the other famous generals of the Japanese civil wars lurk secrets and demons... An astonishingly deep story about these demons and the sword Onikirimaru! And this also includes the secrets of Onikirimaru's birth, which readers have always wanted to know. The legend of Onikirimaru explains clearly how Onikiri was born, and the hidden secrets of his past. 


Behold the battle between the darkness of the age of the samurai and Onikirimaru, as drawn by popular woman's author Kei Kusunoki!


As for Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou, the catalog and simul-pub are set to go live on August 29 at 5:00pm PST, with simul-pubs to follow on a monthly schedule after that.


Territories: Worldwide excluding Algeria, Lebanon, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Morocco, Poland, Switzerland, Japan and South Korea.



Crunchyroll's synopsis:

The manga that spawned the anime "The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior". When Usa-kun's parents move for work, he begins living on his own. However, his new residence is full of eccentrics and perverts, but his crush, Ritsu-senpai, lives there as well…! An adolescent comedy with a 3:7 love to comedy ratio!



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