Yuri Network News (百合ネットワーク・ニュース) – February 9, 2013

February 9th, 2013

Quiet February week. They must have known were getting another storm of the century.

Yuri Manga

The first volume of Morinaga Milk’s new series Gakuen Polizi (学園ポリーチェ) is making its appearance on Japanese shelves next month.

Otomo Megane’s Futari (ふたり) from Tsubomi magazine, will also make a March debut.


Anime News

The new Ghost in the Shell: Arise anime will be premiered with a multi-channel, real-time event (with subtitles) on Youtube, NicoNico and Bandai Channel that will be streamed globally. The event is being held 9PM on February 12 Japan time. The event will include the trailer and opening footage of the new series. For information about the live event in Roppongi, or the anime, check out the Arise website. (Site in Japanese)

Could this be true? Are my eyes not deceiving me? Digimon Tamers is scheduled for a DVD release this summer. It’s cool on Hulu and all, but I get tired of the guy telling me it’s  presented with “limited commercial interruption.” ^_^



President Obama announced that he will posthumously honor Jeanne Manford, founder of PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) with the Citizen’s Medal.


That’s a wrap for this week!

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3 Responses

  1. Donald says:

    FINALLY we get Digimon Tamers! Leaves all the other fighting ceature shows in the dust!

  2. BruceMcF says:

    I’ve come to believe “limited commercial interruption” means limits along the lines of “we do not run ads in a picture in picture window over top of the episode in progress.”

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