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Ribon Magazine To Run New Hatsune Miku Manga

Hatsune Miku Ribon Magazine 001 - 20150328The Digital Diva’s returning to the manga scene.

The May issue of Shueisha’s Ribon magazine announced that a new manga starring virtual idol Hatsune Miku will make its début in the publication’s June issue. The series, titled Miraitune, will be drawn by Yukari Somekawa.

Miku is no stranger to the manga scene. She’s starred in numerous manga titles in the past, including Hatsune Miku: Unofficial Hatsune Mix and Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA.

In North America, Dark Horse currently publishes KEI’s Hatsune Miku: Unofficial Hatsune Mix manga.

Source: Anime News Network

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