<h3>From the Publisher</h3>

<p><em>The ocean holds many tales. Tales of mermaids, of underwater kingdoms,  and of fantastical beasts lurking in the deep. Spurred by these tales,  Kazuya sets out to find the truth, but what he finds is a baby?! Not  just any baby, the baby Kazuya finds is Triton! The last of a once  mighty and proud race of people from the sea. Triton seems human, but  unusual and terrible events begin to happen with all those around him.  Who is Triton, and why does he bring misfortune to everyone around him?</em></p>

<h3>What you should know</h3>

<p>Following in the success of <a href="http://www.dmpbooks.com/books/?author=327">Digital Manga Publishing's</a>  all crowd-funded edition of <a href="http://www.dmpbooks.com/books/1046/"><em>Barbara</em></a>, <a href="http://www.dmpbooks.com/books/?author=327">DMP</a> turned once again to <a href="http://www.kickstarter.com/">Kickstarter</a> to fund <em>Triton of the Sea</em> as part of their "Osamu Tezuka family pack" of titles. Once the original $20,500 goal to fund a full-colour edition of <a href="http://tezukainenglish.com/bm/translations/translation-english/manga-english/unico-dmp.shtml"><em>Uncio</em></a> had been met, <a href="http://www.dmpbooks.com/books/?author=327">DMP</a> introduced stretch goals for <a href="http://tezukainenglish.com/bm/translations/translation-english/manga-english/atom-cat-dmp.shtml"><em>Atom Cat</em></a> if the pledges could reach $26,000 and then the two-volume edition of <em>Triton of the Sea</em> if the <a href="http://www.kickstarter.com/">Kickstarter</a> was able to reach $47,000.&#160; In the end, all three stretch goals were met, with the project finally netting $49,411.</p>