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Saturday, November 9, 2013

Mei-chan no Shitsuji DX


Margaret of Shueisha is about to begin a new series of Riko Miyagi titled Mei-chan no Shitsuji DX. The 18th of this year the number of Shueisha magazine Margaret has officially announced that Riko Miyagi will return to work on his series Mei-chan no Shitsuji, only this new series will be called Mei-chan no Shitsuji DX, where DX is for Deluxe.

In theory, the original series was on hiatus, so I guess it will be the continuation of the work. Mei-chan no Shitsuji DX will make her miss out on the 19th issue of the magazine, what will be on sale from 5 September. The slogan reads That famous manga is back on Margaret. For the occasion, the series will be entitled to the cover of the issue and the first chapter will be 44 pages long, including some in color.

Mei-chan no Shitsuji is a shoujo smut dedicated to the life of the school and with a touch of harem. Written and illustrated by Riko Miyagi , had begun its serialization in 2006 in the journal of Margaret Shueisha , only to go on break last year due to the fact that the author was writing the spin-off series Mikado Boy , also published on the same magazine. Mei-chan no Shitsuji currently consists of twenty tankobon, the last one was released in Japan last year. In this series there is also a live-action adaptation of 2009, and a stage play in 2011.

The plot of Mei-chan no Shitsuji of Riko Miyagi tells the story of Mei , a normal country girl who has the vague dream of meeting the handsome stranger who had helped her when she was lost by a child. Mei suddenly discovers that he has inherited a vast fortune and for this reason will have to attend an elite academy for young lady of high rank. Here he meets Mei Rihito , a butler beautiful and extraordinarily capable and that seems to be the stranger of her dreams. But he meets his brother Kento , a boy always in love with her. And while Mei falls in love with Rihito, Kento loves to turn, but Rihito to reciprocate?

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