Emma is published by DC Comics under the CMX imprint. Current price per volume is $9.99.
- 1 Publication Dates
- 2 Status
- 3 Characters
- 4 Recent Storylines
- 5 History
- 6 Leftover Useful Information
- 7 News & Features
- 8 Links
Publication Dates[edit | edit source]
Last Issue[edit | edit source]
- Emma Vol. 9: 01 Jul 2009
Current Issue[edit | edit source]
- Emma Vol. 10: 03 Dec 2009
Next Issue[edit | edit source]
Status[edit | edit source]
Tankōbon manga collection. Scheduled for ten volumes
Characters[edit | edit source]
Main Characters[edit | edit source]
- Emma - Kidnapped as a young girl to be raised in a brothel, Emma escapes and ends up working as a maid for Kelly Stowner.
- William Jones - Eldest son of a wealthy merchant family, who falls in love with Emma.
- Kelly Stowner - Emma's employer and William Jones' former governess.
- Eleanor Campbell - Daughter of a viscount. In love with William Jones.
Minor Characters[edit | edit source]
- Al - Local jack of all trades. Childhood friend of Kelly Stowner's late husband.
- Sarah - Clerk at Leyton's, a shop in London.
- Stephens - The Jones family butler.
Other Characters/Places/Things[edit | edit source]
Recent Storylines[edit | edit source]
Emma Vol. 10[edit | edit source]
This is the current issue, and therefore no story information will be posted about this issue. Please check your local comic shop for copies of this issue.
WorldCat - ISBN 140122072X
Emma Vol. 9[edit | edit source]
WorldCat - ISBN 1401220711
Emma Vol. 8[edit | edit source]
WorldCat - ISBN 1401220703
Emma Vol. 7[edit | edit source]
WorldCat - ISBN 1401217370
Emma Vol. 6[edit | edit source]
WorldCat - ISBN 1401211372
Emma Vol. 5[edit | edit source]
WorldCat - ISBN 1401211364
Emma Vol. 4[edit | edit source]
WorldCat - ISBN 1401211356
Emma Vol. 3[edit | edit source]
WorldCat - ISBN 1401211348
Emma Vol. 2[edit | edit source]
"London's elite society places great importance on class differences, but William Jones does not. He regards Emma as a beautiful, charming young woman, not merely a servant. After their first real date, things seem to be going in a positive direction for them. But the leisurely pace of the growing relationship between Emma and William ends when tragedy strikes at home, forcing Emma to leave the house she shared with Mrs. Stownar. Meanwhile, when the rest of William's brothers and sisters show up, they discover their brother's budding relationship and try to bring it to a screeching halt." - WorldCat - ISBN 140121133X
Emma Vol. 1[edit | edit source]
"In Victorian-era England, a young girl is rescued from a life of destitution and raised to become a proper British maid. Emma meets William, the eldest son of a wealthy family, and immediately falls in love with him. William shares her feelings, but the strict rules of their society prevent their relationship from ever coming out in the open." - Preview - WorldCat - ISBN 1401211321
History[edit | edit source]
Leftover Useful Information[edit | edit source]
Creative Team[edit | edit source]
Writer/Artist/Creator/Covers: Kaoru Mori (森薫).
Publishing History[edit | edit source]
Originally published in Japan as Ema (エマ) in the anthology series Monthly Comic Beam from 2002–2006.
First English language version published 2006.
Order Codes[edit | edit source]
These are the order codes and prices as provided by Diamond Distribution. Your local comic shop should be able to order these for you.
Future Publication Dates[edit | edit source]
Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.
News & Features[edit | edit source]
- 06 Mar 2007 - Emma: English Maids, Manga Style