Today, Seven Seas Entertainment announced that its mature-rated imprint Ghost Ship will release the manga of Darling in the Franxx starting next March. The releases will be in two volume omnibus editions.
Seven Seas Entertainment is excited to announce, through its Ghost Ship imprint for older readers, the license acquisition of the Mature-rated manga series DARLING in the FRANXX by Code:000 and Kentaro Yabuki, the artist of Black Cat and To Love Ru! This provocative sci-fi tale is the manga version of the hit anime–but with a divergent storyline.
In a devastated post-apocalyptic future, Earth is a ruinous wasteland. Humanity’s only remaining strongholds are mobile fortress cities called Plantations. Massive beasts known as klaxosaurs, the planet’s new apex predators, have pushed mankind to the edge of extinction, and within the walls of the Plantations, things are no less dire. Humans no longer love or reproduce–adults live on in sterile immortality while children are regarded as nothing more than parasites, artificially created to pair up and pilot the Plantations’ giant defense robots known as Franxx. Former child whiz kid Hiro fails out of the piloting program after falling out of sync with his co-pilot, and a fateful decision to skip his group’s graduation ceremony puts him on a collision course with a horned girl known as Zero Two, whose co-pilots always end up dead. She claims Hiro as her “darling,” but what can that word even mean in such a loveless world?
Seven Seas will publish the Mature-rated manga series DARLING in the FRANXX for the first time in North America in print and on digital platforms in a series of two-in-one omnibus editions. Volume 1-2 will be released in March 2022 for $19.99 USA / $24.99 CAN as part of Seven Seas’ Ghost Ship imprint.
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