Seven Seas Entertainment announced the acquisition of the webtoon series license ENNEAD by Mojito. The Boys’ Love series of manhwa is inspired by ancient Egyptian mythology and will be printed in full color.
ENNEAD is a dramatic and fantastical epic that reimagines one of the oldest myths of human civilization. Already available in multiple languages around the world, this will be the first time the series has been printed in English as oversized full-color editions.
THE webtoon series was first released by Mojito on September 20, 2018 for a total of 74 chapters. Its “first season” ended in 2020, and a “second season” began soon after. It is published by Naver Webtoon and is available on platforms like Tappytoon.
Seven Seas will release two versions of the series, originally designed for different audiences: a paperback version aimed at older teens and a deluxe hardcover version for older audiences. Each version is self-contained and may contain alternate representations of certain adult content.
The first paperback volume of ENNEAD will first be released in English in November 2023. Large print editions are around 300-350 pages each and pre-orders are available now.
The first bound volume of ENNEAD will be released in print in November 2023. The series will be available in large-format editions of approximately 300-350 pages each. Pre-orders are now open for the volume.
Seven Seas describes the synopsis of ENNEAD as:
Nine powerful gods of ancient Egypt are known as the Ennead. When the god of war, Seth, kills his brother Osiris to take control of Egypt, he ushers in an era of chaos and cruelty under his rule. The other gods are unable to fight the power of Seth until centuries later, when a new challenger appears: Horus, the child of Isis. Horus isn’t even a full god yet, but he is supported by other deities to dethrone Seth and end the many years of bloodshed. The conflict between Seth and Horus that begins with a series of trials turns into a complex web of deception, obsession… and even desire.
Source: Press release