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Cross Dressing, Breasts & Barely Legal: Project-H Licenses Five New Titles

Cross Dressing, Breasts & Barely Legal: Project-H Licenses Five New Titles

Project-H added five new titles to their license library over the weekend:

Club for Cross Dressers – Jo Soo Bu
September 2014 ($17.95/US, $19.99/CAN)

Coffin of Cerebrum – Tokihara Masato
June 2014 ($19.95/US, $21.99/CAN)

Fantasy Hentai: School Girls – Shikishirokonomi
November 2014 ($19.95/US, $21.99/CAN)

The Tale of Boobs: Chichi Monogatari – Ohkami Ryosuke
December 2012 ($19.95/US, $21.99/CAN)

You See, Teacher… (Vol. 01) – Tachibana Ei
September 2014 ($17.95/US, $19.99/CAN)

These new books were initially announced via their Twitter account.

Like all Project-H books, these are absolutely not for kids! All five books are scheduled for print releases, while Chichi Monogatari and Coffin of Cerebrum are also getting digital releases. There haven’t been many Project-H licenses granted digital rights but it looks like the Japanese publishers are opening up more and more on that front. You can read bit more about that in my recent interview with Project-H’s VP of Sales & Distribution.

Though the majority of these books don’t interest me, I was immediately intrigued by Club for Cross Dressers and You See, Teacher... Pretty boys cross dressing! Though Project-H’s My Cute Crossdresser ended up being pretty unmemorable, I can’t deny my like of the subject. The art styles are also way more to my liking also (see image above). You can see previews of these two titles on Amazon.jp: Club for Cross Dressers & You See, Teacher… 18+ only of course!

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Lissa Pattillo is the owner and editor of Kuriousity.ca. Residing in Halifax, Nova Scotia she takes great joy in collecting all manners of manga genres, regretting that there's never enough time in the day to review or share them all. Along with reviews, Lissa is responsible for all the news postings to the website and works full time as a web and graphic designer.



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