Volume 3 of Golondrina (ゴロンドリーナ), Est Em’s story of a young lesbian training to become a matador hit the streets last month in Japan.
Yen Press has licensed more of the Magica Madoka manga – this time, Puella Magi Madoka Magica: The Different Story.
Remember back when Kate Kane, as Batwoman, asked Maggie to marry her? Well, she never got a response then…and stuff happened. I honestly thought DC forgot about it. Apparently not, because Kate, out of costume, has asked again – and this time she gets an answer. Bleeding Cool has the scoop.
I can’t remember if I shared this with you or not – Leia Weathington has a whole Tumblr post of teasers for the second volume of her adventure comic starring a pleasantly lesbian princess, The Legend of Bold Riley.
Via YNN Correspondent Erin S., Midwestern, Genderqueer, and Proud: Exploring Gender in a Middle-America Comics Project looks to create tools to discuss gender through comics.
Rica Takashima has moved her blog to new digs – Et Cetetera. She just celebrated 19 years of her atelier, Aozora Art! Drop by and wish her a happy anniversary!
Here’s something totally trippy – in 1946 Walt Disney and Salvador Dali collaborated on an animation Watch Destino and enjoy the mind-bending concept of Gala as a Disney Princess. ^_^
Japanese toy company Banpresto is holding a lottery-style contest in Japanese convenience stores for Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha As The Second movie figurines. I always seem to miss the really good wastes of money…. ^_^
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