March is going to be a busy month for Otome’s Way—and one of the pieces we’re excited to bring you soon is Yuzuyu-sensei’s lengthy piece Uragoi: Buried Love.
Will popular kid Tomoka draw hikikomori Ringo, who rarely attends school from fear of bullying, out of his shell? What about class president Madoka who has also taken an interest in Ringo, although his may not be entirely innocent? Yuzuyu-sensei’s new work Uragoi: Buried Love combines her adorable art style with themes of geekiness, bullying, dark secrets, love confessions, and betrayals.
This piece is a bit more serious than her free webcomic So What if I Misunderstood?!, so please look forward to it! We’ll be back with more information as the sales date draws near~
On another note, some customers may have experienced issues downloading their purchases from our webshop, and we’re happy to report that we’ve resolved those issues! If you’re still experiencing problems with downloading your purchase, please contact us and we’ll get right to work fixing things!
Q:I attended the Room 801 convention in Australia and just wanted to thank you for sending such lovely lovely merchandise with Aarin! It was so great to be able to buy Halliwell Hotel items, especially those gorgeous coasters.
Thanks so much for dropping by the booth! We wanted to head there in person, but it just wasn’t in the cards this time.
We hope to attend more and more events like this in the future to, so よろしくお願いします!!
How will Sei take Shou’s attempts to defend Alexis’ honor? Find out on this week’s Welcome to Halliwell Hotel!
On an unrelated note, due to some errors with our webshop database, customers may experience some issues with accessing purchases or navigating the webshop. While we sort out what’s going on, any customers who are unable to access their order can simply drop us an ask or visit our contact form, and we’ll hook you up with an alternate download!
Apologies for the long wait, but we hope it was worth it: You can now purchase Weekend, the companion piece to Ruz-sensei’s Small Yard, in English, the original Japanese, or a bilingual set!
Weekend is not a sequel, per se, as it is a few one-shots set at different points in the relationship of our pair of paramours, but the focus of the work is how the boys spend their weekend together at different stages of dating—be it fresh at the start of the relationship or some time in when they’re more accustomed to how each other thinks. While reading Small Yard is not explicitly required to understand Weekend, it’s strongly recommended.
It’s a fun read—and packed full of sexy love scenes (that R18 label is serious business!)—so if you’ve been holding off your purchase until an English version was available, wait no more!
You can now own the 100-page English or Japanese version for $5 or get the bilingual set for just $7! As usual, your purchase entitles you to unlimited downloads of both the PDF and CBZ versions to help our readers enjoy their purchase anywhere they please!
We’re in the final stages of proofing Don’t Call Me a Demon, Volume 1, so that means the free version up on our novel site is about to come down!
The next part of our intrepid heroes’ journey together will begin being posted in early March, so we hope you look forward to the compiled version and this new adventure!