Aurora prints Luv Luv

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AURORA PUBLISHING, INC. INTRODUCES LADIES COMICS IN AMERICA WITH ITS NEW LUV LUV IMPRINT

The First Three Titles of Luv Luv¹s Romantic and Sexy 2008 Line Up Announced!

Torrance, California (October 22, 2007) Aurora Publishing, Inc. brings ³passionate manga for women² to America with their new Luv Luv imprint.Extremely popular in Japan, but never before available as a genre in the U.S., Ladies Comics are romantic, hot and sexy manga about modern women and the men they love. Manga from Luv Luv feature more realistic sexual content and more mature storylines and themes than are presently found in the manga currently available to women in America. All of the Luv Luv graphic novels depict romantic and physical relationships with nothing held back. Why let guys have all the fun? More information can be found on the Luv Luv website:

<http://www.luvluv-press.com> , which is set to go live on December 1, 2007.³Describing real issues and feelings that modern women have in general, Ladies Comics have become very popular in Japan² says Mr. Nobuo Kitawaki, president of Aurora Publishing and its parent company Ohzora Publishing. ³We are very thrilled with introducing the genre to American market, and confident that American ladies would find these manga titles attractive and enjoyable as well.²

The initial launch title from Luv Luv is VOICES OF LOVE by Kanae Hazuki, which will be released on January, 2008. VOICES OF LOVE is a collection of five romantic, hot and sexy stories, created just for women. The title story, VOICES OF LOVE, is about a relationship between Mika Tsukahara, a young teacher, and Naokazu Kuga, an 18-year-old student at her school.

Coincidentally, they are neighbors as well and are unable to control their attraction to each other as they explore the concept of ³love thy neighbor!² All other LuvLuv stories echo with the voices of love, too.

Sizzling into March 2008 from Luv Luv is REAL LOVE by Mitsuki Oda. This collection of sexy, eye-opening love stories includes Real Love, Baby, and Love Star. In these three stories, Mitsuki Oda portrays realistic emotional and physical relationships, creating passionate love affairs for women to enjoy.

More than showers are coming in May 2008 as Luv Luv¹s LOVE FOR DESSERT by Hana Aoi debuts in the U.S. market. ³Dessert² has never been sweeterŠor sexier.

All titles are soft-cover bound and rated ³M² for mature (ages 18+).

Title: VOICES OF LOVE

Author: Kanae Hazuki

Release Date: January 2008

ISBN: 978-1-934496-08-4

Price: $10.95

Title: REAL LOVE

Author: Mitsuki Oda

Release Date: March 2008

ISBN: 978-1-934496-14-5

Price: $10.95

Title: LOVE FOR DESSERT

Author: Hana Aoi

Release Date: May 2008

ISBN: 978-1-934496-19-0

Price: $10.95

About Luv Luv:

Luv Luv (established 2008) is the Ladies Comics/Josei Manga imprint created by Aurora Publishing, Inc. Described as passionate manga for women, Luv Luv graphic novels depict realistic sexual relationships and real life romances, themes and storylines from a woman¹s perspective. Why let guys have all the fun? More information can be found online at: <http://www.luvluv-press.com> . ³Feel the passion!²About Aurora Publishing, Inc.:

Located in Torrance, California – Aurora Publishing, Inc. (established 2006) is a fully-owned subsidiary of Ohzora Publishing Co., the number one publishing house in Japan in terms of female manga franchises and number of manga publications for women. Dedicated to publishing manga of the highest artistic quality with the highest entertainment value for females of all ages, Aurora Publishing, Inc. is focused on publishing translated Japanese manga titles for the North American market, as well as developing American manga for the worldwide market. More information can be found online at:

<http://www.aurora-publishing.com> . ³Experience the Allure of Manga²

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