JManga launches Morinaga Milk’s Girlfriends, Volume 4 & Volume 5 with an interview with Morinaga-sensei! They are also running crazy with promotional contests – like them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter for a chance to get fun anime goods as prizes. In addition, if you buy Volumes 4 and/or 5, you can get 50% of the cost back, as a rebate.
In their Anime Boston panel, Funimation announced that they’ll be simulcasting the Jormungand anime, squee. In their panel, they said that To Aru Kagaku no Railgun is hopefully going to be a 2012 release.
Fate Zero made its debut streaming on Nico Nico Douga last week. Looks like Crunchyroll will get it, and the presumption is that it will be on a week delay.
Crunchyroll will be streaming Queen’s Blade Rebellion, for what it’s worth to you.
Sentai Filmworks announced they have licensed Hidamari Sketch x SP.
While author, gourmet and gourmand Anthony Bourdain dreams about Jiro dreaming of Sushi, Maria-sama ga Miteru illustrator Hibiki Reine is drawing Jiro’s (different Jiro) Ramen, as this article on Akibablog shows. (Sachiko likes “dirty ramen,” hunh hunh….)
I did a quick compare and contrast between big and small anime/manga cons for Hooded Utilitarian.
You may have seen this Blood-C short, starring Nene and Nono introducing the movie, but what you can’t have known is that in one of those magic moments of serendipity that fill my life, I met the animator in Tokyo in 2010, as we sat at a large table at that Hanazono shrine, eating oden at the shrine festival. Mino-san you rock!
That wraps it up for this week.
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