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In July 2006, Seven Seas Entertainment officially announced their licensing of the ''seinen ''manga ''Kodomo no Jikan ''by Kaworu Watashiya, with an originally planned release of the first volume in December 2006. The release was delayed for unknown reasons until 2007.
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{{NSFW}}In July 2006, Seven Seas Entertainment officially announced their licensing of the ''seinen ''manga ''Kodomo no Jikan ''by Kaworu Watashiya, with an originally planned release of the first volume in December 2006. The release was delayed for unknown reasons until 2007.
   
 
Finally, on May 29, 2007, Seven Seas Entertainment had an official press release come out exclusively to Anime News Network, claiming they were dealing with backlash over the series' controversial nature and were stuck on what to do, and delayed the release of the series until they could have "an open dialogue with the large book chains and other vendors".
 
Finally, on May 29, 2007, Seven Seas Entertainment had an official press release come out exclusively to Anime News Network, claiming they were dealing with backlash over the series' controversial nature and were stuck on what to do, and delayed the release of the series until they could have "an open dialogue with the large book chains and other vendors".
 
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Just one day later, the release of the manga was canceled, with the president of Seven Seas known as Jason DeAngelis stating that "it's not appropriate for Seven Seas to publish ''Nymphet''."
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Just one day later, the release of the manga was canceled, with the president of Seven Seas known as Jason DeAngelis stating that "it's not appropriate for Seven Seas to publish ''Nymphet''."
   
 
He stated later that the primary reason for canceling the publication was "due to [his] recent realization that later volumes in the series can not be considered appropriate for the US market by any reasonable standard."
 
He stated later that the primary reason for canceling the publication was "due to [his] recent realization that later volumes in the series can not be considered appropriate for the US market by any reasonable standard."
   
However, it has been confirmed a limited number of copies of the first volume were printed before the cancelation, and an Amazon listing is up to this day stating "Out of Print--Limited Availability."
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In a way, the president of Seven Seas ended up turning against the title he was so hellbent on releasing in the end, discussing his disgust on his blog over a scene where the male protagonist gets an erection after his student rubs up against him.
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However, it has been confirmed a limited number of copies of the first volume were printed before the cancelation, and an Amazon listing is up to this day stating "Out of Print--Limited Availability."
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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* [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/industry-comments/2007-05-29/jason-deangelis-nymphet "Seven Seas Entertainment Talks about Nymphet"]
 
* [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/industry-comments/2007-05-29/jason-deangelis-nymphet "Seven Seas Entertainment Talks about Nymphet"]
 
* [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2007-05-30/seven-seas-cancels-nymphet-release-in-north-america Seven Seas Cancels Nymphet Release in North America]
 
* [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2007-05-30/seven-seas-cancels-nymphet-release-in-north-america Seven Seas Cancels Nymphet Release in North America]
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* [http://www.gomanga.com/blog/01.php "I don't see how anyone can possibly defend this scene. 'Nuff said."]
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* [http://www.amazon.com/Nymphet-Kaworu-Watashiya/dp/1933164476 Canceled Amazon listing for ''Nymphet'']
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* [http://www.pixietrixcomix.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=5310&start=45 A quoted "Aoi Notes" is on this forum page, in which someone who worked heavily on the release of the first volume is disappointed it'll never make it to the public eye.]
 
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In July 2006, Seven Seas Entertainment officially announced their licensing of the seinen manga Kodomo no Jikan by Kaworu Watashiya, with an originally planned release of the first volume in December 2006. The release was delayed for unknown reasons until 2007.

Finally, on May 29, 2007, Seven Seas Entertainment had an official press release come out exclusively to Anime News Network, claiming they were dealing with backlash over the series' controversial nature and were stuck on what to do, and delayed the release of the series until they could have "an open dialogue with the large book chains and other vendors".

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Just one day later, the release of the manga was canceled, with the president of Seven Seas known as Jason DeAngelis stating that "it's not appropriate for Seven Seas to publish Nymphet."

He stated later that the primary reason for canceling the publication was "due to [his] recent realization that later volumes in the series can not be considered appropriate for the US market by any reasonable standard."

In a way, the president of Seven Seas ended up turning against the title he was so hellbent on releasing in the end, discussing his disgust on his blog over a scene where the male protagonist gets an erection after his student rubs up against him.

However, it has been confirmed a limited number of copies of the first volume were printed before the cancelation, and an Amazon listing is up to this day stating "Out of Print--Limited Availability."

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