Date: 2019 February 07 21:43
Posted by Joe
Manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment have just sent a reminder about I Want to Eat Your Pancreas. The movie hits cinemas around the US soon. They're keen to remind us that they've recently released the original light novel and it's manga adaptation in print and digital platforms. The weepy romantic story has a legion of fans and we're eager to see it too.
As always you can buy the original light novel from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com. The manga is also available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
If you want to keep track of other release dates we suggest you check our out sister site the Otaku Calendar, which lists events and release dates of interest to anime and manga fans.
Press release as follows:
This week only, the moving anime film I Want to Eat Your Pancreas will be screening across American theaters, and Seven Seas is pleased to announce that both of our books for the franchise are now available.
The original novel I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, a tearjerker drama about a high school boy learning that his classmate is dying of pancreatic disease, was released in November on print and digital platforms; two weeks ago, the manga adaptation of the same story-- I Want to Eat Your Pancreas: The Complete Manga Collection --came to stores in a beautiful digital and paperback omnibus. This story about teenagers dealing with mortality is an emotional experience in any medium.
Series: I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Novel and Manga
Story & Art by: Written by Yoru Sumino, manga art by Idumi Kirihara
Release Date: 2018/11/20 (novel), 2019/01/22 (manga)
Price: $14.99 (novel), $19.99 (manga omnibus)
Trim: 5.875 x 8.25in (novel), 5 x 7.125in (manga)
Page Count: 260 (novel), 442 (manga)
ISBN: 978-1-64275-033-1 (novel), 978-1-642750-32-4 (manga)
Also known as Let Me Eat Your Pancreas, the coming-of-age tearjerker that inspired two films!
A high school boy finds the diary of his classmate-only to discover that she's dying. Yamauchi Sakura has been silently suffering from a pancreatic disease, and now exactly one person outside her family knows. He swears to her that he won't tell anyone what he learned, and the shared secret brings them closer together in this deeply moving, first-person story that traces their developing relationship in Sakura's final months of life.