Xenocross Volume 2 is now available for purchase in English (888 JPY, approx. $12 USD/€8 EUR/£7 GBP, not including currency conversion fees) and as a bilingual English+Japanese compilation containing only Music Box of Memories 1-5 (1,388 JPY, approx. $18 USD/€13 EUR/£11 GBP).
Xenocross features a manga story based on Fuguriya’s yuri doujin series Sono Hanabira ni Kuchizuke wo, entitled Music Box of Memories, written by Tomino Nakiyoshi and illustrated by Amano Miki (also known as Asagi Ryu).
Production on “Naminemina” is well under way, and with it has come a number of setbacks. Director Mei Ling has fallen ill and tensions are running high amongst the crew. At the center of the conflict, Kaede, the lead actress, is faced with relapsing insecurities. As she struggles with doubt over her future with her beloved Sara, the impending tragedy predicted by Mei Ling is fast approaching. Kaede, Sara, and the other Sonohana girls must ask themselves if they’re prepared on the eve of the storm.
Volume 2 is currently available only in English. A package containing Xenocross volumes 2-5 is also available (3,198 JPY, approx. $41 USD/€31 EUR/£26 GBP); it includes this chapter of Music Box of Memories and will be updated with the rest of the Xenocross content as it becomes available.
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