Seven Seas Publishes ‘Plus-Sized Elf’ Manga Vol. 1

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018

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Plus-Sized Elf featured

Last November, Seven Seas Entertainment announced that it had licensed Synecdoche’s Plus-Sized Elf (Elf-san wa Yaserarenai) manga in North America. Originally slated for a release on October 9th of this year, volume one was finally released today in both physical and digital form. A quick description of the story (as provided by Seven Seas) is as follows:

Naoe-kun, a massage therapist, is about to head home for the day when he’s saddled with a rather strange patient. This lovely lady has emerald eyes, pointy ears, and grew up in the forest–everything about her screams “elf,” except for one thing: her bodacious body. It turns out she left her world but loves junk food in this one, and now her obsession has caught up with her. Can Naoe-kun help this loveable elf girl lose the weight–and keep it off?

The retail price for this volume is set at $12.99 USD, but it’s currently on sale in physical form over on Right-Stuf’s website. Alternatively, you can pick up a copy on Amazon or from Seven Seas’ official website. If all goes well with this release, additional volumes will hopefully follow.

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