Yen Press Details 4 New Acquisitions Set For October Release
Source: Yen Press, MediaLab press releases
Special Thanks to Erik Jansen
Yen Press, LLC announced its latest acquisitions today, including Sadako at the End of the World and the light novels High School DxD, Three Days of Happiness and In the Land of Leadale. All four titles will release in October 2020.
High School DxD (light novel)
by Ichiei Ishibumi
Most of Issei Hyoudou’s perverted life has been filled with dreams about having a harem, so it’s not a great sign when one of his dates ends with his murder! He’s fortunate enough to be revived by a beautiful girl, but his luck ends after he discovers his school is filled to the brim with deadly angels and demons!
Sadako at the End of the World
story by Koma Natsumi, editorial supervision by Koji Suzuk
After the world comes to an end, a pair of sisters play a certain infamous video tape-but Sadako appears, they’re just happy to meet another girl in this post-apocalyptic world.
Three Days of Happiness (light novel)
by Sugaru Miaki, illustrated by Shōichi Taguchi
In this dark, moody love story, college student Kusunoki decides to sell off the next thirty years of his life at a mysterious shop in exchange for money-and maybe a chance to find something worth living for.
In the Land of Leadale (light novel)
by Ceez, artwork by Tenmaso
The last thing she can remember is her life support beginning to fail. Her body had suffered terribly after a fateful accident and the only freedom left in her life came from the VR world of Leadale. How did she end up in a place that looks exactly like her game except that 200 years have apparently gone by?
About Yen Press, LLC
Yen Press, LLC is a joint venture between Kadokawa Corporation and Hachette Book Group. Founded in 2006, Yen Press has quickly risen to become one of the largest and most prolific publishers of manga and original graphic novels in the North American marketplace and a driving force in the introduction of light novels and Japanese literature to new readers through its Yen On imprint. For more information, visit yenpress.com.