Yuri Network News (百合ネットワークニュース) – February 7, 2014

February 8th, 2014

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Yuri Manga

Takahashi Mako’s recent one-shots for Comic Yuri Hime are being collected in a volume called Cokytos (コキュートス), which appears to named after be one of the rivers of the Greek underworld, along with Styx, Lethe, Phlegethon, and Acheron, so there’s today’s random Okazu fact for you. You’re welcome. ^_^

Volume 2 of Citrus, the title just licensed by Seven Seas, is looking at a March release.

Leia Weathington Tumblred about her upcoming second volume of The Legend of Bold Riley, with some cover art previews. Here’s my review of Volume 1, so you know why I’m looking forward to Volume 2 so much!

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Other news

Fantagraphics is looking for a Junior Design person. If you want to get into “the industry” and have design skills, hop to it!

K-Books in Akihabara has a series of Sakura Trick sweets. Why not? ^_^

Card Captor Sakura‘s Wand is being realized in diecast metal, for those of us who didn’t spend enough on the series back in the day. ^_^

Respect!Films and Sequart have teamed up to do a documentary on Women in Comics history. They’ve opened a Kickstarter for their She Makes Comics project.

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2 Responses

  1. liz says:

    Bold Riley will be coming out single issues at comic book shops and then be collected into trade. You can order the single issues via your local comic book shop or directly from Diamond distributors. I LOVED the 1st volume so I’m eagerly awaiting vol 2.

  2. Jst says:

    I also see that Northwest Press has Bold Riley in ebook formats in their store. Interesting.

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