It’s a bibble and bob kind of week.
Namori-sensei, creator of Yuru Yuri, made the internet squee with a tweet of a cute napkin sketch.
I haven’t read Volume 1, but Volume 2 of Watashi ga Kanojo de Kanojo ga Watashi de (私が彼女で彼女が私で) hits shelves this month.
Fashion magazine commons & sense, Issue 44 – CUBE, has Yuri manga by Tamaka Rin-sensei.
US-based Internet Service Providers have begun tracking file-sharing. Read up on the “6-warning system,” know your rights and make your choices intelligently.
I was able to wax enthusiastic about the Grandmother of Yuri, Yoshiya Nobuko, in my answer on Quora to ‘Who is your gay hero?’ ^_^
Just the other day, I was whining to myself that there hasn’t been a Yuri-flavored Drama CD in a while, and lo and behold! I learned of the existence of a brand-spanking new one, Seijukuki Jinmei Vega, (思春期生命体ベガ) based on the action-adventure Yuri series by Hayate x Blade’s Hayashiya Shizuru-sensei, that runs in Rakuen Le Paradis magazine. Vega is an alien who fights off giant sea monsters that attack a small seaside town with power she gains from kissing her human sempai. (My wife comments, “Don’t we all?”) The series is one of the many that make that magazine my favorite of all the many manga magazines I read. A Drama CD with Yuri, aliens AND giant sea monsters? I’m totally there.^_^
That’s a wrap for this week!
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