Yuricon Presents the Yuri Panel at Anime Next! We’re so glad to be returning to our home event for another year. There will be a lot of good news (and some bad) and we’ll be giving away a lot of fun stuff, so we hope to see you there. ^_^
In an exciting new attempt to leverage “Cool Japan,” a new anime streaming site has launched, Daisuki.net. The site appears to be be globally accessible. It’s unclear if all the anime on the site is globally accessible, as well. If you live somewhere other than North America, and have registered for Daisuki, can you let us know in the comments if all the series are accessible to you? Bruce_McF wants to know. The launch campaign includes a contest for various goods – and there is a promise of a store in which goods can be purchased. Some of the anime on Daisuki is available on Crunchyroll, but this is really big news for European anime fans.
Anime News Network has a glimpse of the second Bandai Sailor Moon figurine – no surprise, it’s Sailor Mercury.
Nogami Takeshi’s online comic series Marine Corp Yumi has launched an English version. There’s some Yuri-service and a load of insight to military life in the United States of Amerigo. The translation is courtesy of our own C.O., Ana Moreno.
Ghost in the Shell: Arise full trailer is now streaming for your entertainment. It looks like Kusanagi gets another woman to talk to/be enemies with.
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