Date: 2023 January 21 11:39
Posted by Guest Contributor
For those of you who read Shojo manga, a new title is on the horizon. Digital manga subscription service Azuki announced today that the romantic comedy manga I Fell For A Fujoshi by Toako has been exclusively licensed for worldwide release in English.
The first two chapters will be available on the Azuki app on Feb 7th 2023 but a free preview is now available.
The manga was originally published in Comic Elmo, which previously published The Yakuza's Guide to Babysitting and Natsume & Natsume. The series is about a high school boy who confesses to his childhood crush. But after a misunderstanding foils his plan, he must pretend to be a fan of Boys Love manga in order to win her over.
The series will be available to read for free with advertisements but a $4.99 per month premium subscription that unlocks Azuki's entire catalog of more than 200 series is also available. If you're unsure of the price or content, readers the the option of trying out Azuki with a 14-day free trial.
If you're a fan of romance shenanigans, then it will be hard to pass on I Fell For A Fujoshi.
Reported by zanderlex
Press release as follows:
Azuki to Release New Shojo Comedy Manga I Fell for a Fujoshi on February 7
SAN FRANCISCO, CA-Digital manga subscription service Azuki has exclusively licensed Toako's romantic comedy manga I Fell for a Fujoshi for worldwide release in English. A free preview of the series is available to read today in the Azuki app and the first two chapters will launch on February 7, 2023.
I Fell for a Fujoshi is a shojo manga by Toako, originally published by Micro Magazine in Comic Elmo, the same magazine as The Yakuza's Guide to Babysitting and Natsume & Natsume. When handsome high schooler Ichirou confesses to his childhood friend Tae, he expects a glamorous first love straight out of his favorite shojo manga. But his plan goes awry, and Tae thinks he's confessing his love for Boys Love manga, not her! Now, to win the heart of this BL-addicted fujoshi, Ichirou will have to feign a passion for all things BL. This unlikely romantic comedy is full of hilarious misunderstandings and romance tropes gone wrong!
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