Yuri Network News – October 31, 2009

October 31st, 2009

Happy Halloween!

Yuri Anime

According to Anime News Network, Pre Cure Fresh anime is being made into an Online Game, which mimics the “anime’s world of Clover Town, and users (primarily children) can create their own avatars to experience life there and interact with Love Momozono, Miki Aono, Inori Yamabuki, and the other anime characters.”


Yuri Manga

From Sylwia, we get a link to a Polish lesbian comic book anthology – this anthology contains nine stories and one pin-up, all about lesbian love, life, coming out and other things. All the authors are from Poland. The official relase date will be 20th of November. We’re looking forward to seeing it, Sylwia!

And finally, there’s a link for Rakuen Le Paradis – and at least a few of the stories are Yuri. I’m so hoping it’s a cut above Tsubomi, that’s for sure.


Other News

Anime News Network also reports that the 5 actresses that voiced the “Inner Senshi” of Sailor Moon, will be reuniting for an event to celebrate the DVD box release. How I wish I could be there….

Writers Residence did an interview with me as an editor, about query letters and rejection and all that kind of reality stuff.


Snatches of Yuri

In case you haven’t had a chance to wallow in Amano Kozue’s newest Yuri Goggle-busting manga full of women who are affectionate, but not romantic,
Amanchu!, Volume 1 is out and ready for you to enjoy.

Gakko No Sensei – I’m super lazy today, but I’m pretty sure this is about a girl who likes her teacher. I could be wrong, but I’m too lazy to actually read the description. Update: I was indeed wrong! Wai tells us that it’s about three girls who *become* school teachers and it is indeed Yuri. Thanks Wai!

Bamora has high school girls on the cover. I’m guessing at least one likes the other.


That’s a wrap for the week!

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One Response

  1. Wai says:

    Actually, Gakkou no Sensei is a Yuri comedy about 3 young women (who were friends since high school?) who become teachers in the same school. It’s a silly but fun manga. Like the kind you don’t really have to think about when reading.

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