Yuri Network News – March 16, 2013

March 16th, 2013

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The May issue of Comic Yuri Hime‘s (コミック百合姫) cover is festive, flowerful and has a kitten, to cover all bases.

The second volume of Amano-sensei’s Watashi no Sekai o Kousei Suru Chiri no You na Nanika (私の世界を構成する塵のような何か) with more compelling stories of real lesbian relationships hit shelves  mid-April.

Also streeting in April are the second and final volume of Fu~Fu (ふ~ふ) with an utterly goofy-grin making ending,  Kazuma Kowo’s Namae ha Mada nai (名前はまだない) and the second volume of Kimono Nadesico (きものなでしこ).

From Tsubomi Comics, April sees the second volume of Kami-sama bakari Koi o suru (神さまばかり恋をする)

And from Hirari magazine, April sees the debut of Koubai no Procyon (購買のプロキオン).


Other News

Kodansha USA has donated books to libraries trying to rebuild in the Far Rockaways in New York. I’d love to see more publishers based in New York follow suit.

Shimua Takako’s masterwork, Wandering Son, Volume 5 is available for pre-order on Amazon.

Bodacious Space Pirate film project now has a February release date and some spiffy new designs. Check out ANN’s article for both.

Last up, we have a very exciting and challenging contest coming up tomorrow, so tune back in!


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  1. just me says:

    I read the Kodansha press release and was very impressed.

    To anyone asking why they didn’t do it earlier, look at it this way: rebuilding takes a lot longer than the disasters stay in the news (Haiti is still rebuilding after their latest quake), for example. Helping out in the longer aftermath of a disaster is still appreciated by the people receiving the help even if it baffles outsiders.

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