Sabagebu! anime is upon us and Crunchyroll News has the previews and some cast updates and is streaming the anime for your viewing pleasure. The anime is only remotely like the shoujo manga I read, so I assume it’s closer to the spinoff version running in Morning magazine. It’s still fun and Sentai Filmworks announced the license for the series at Anime Expo.
We’ve got some of the staff information on Psycho-Pass 2, now, but I still say that we really shouldn’t expect a lot on the Yuri side without Fukami Makoto on board.
Sailor Moon News
Viz announced the dub cast for the original Sailor Moon anime series at Anime Expo.
Friends in the Los Angeles area, if you can, make it over to Meltdown Comics for a multi-artist Sailor Moon art exhibit the week of August 16th. Send us pictures!
If you deeply cared about the
hack job DiC made of the original Sailor Moon dub, check out the dub director’s tell-all book.
The Sailor Moon Musical: La Reconquista DVD trailer is now a thing you can watch! The second musical, Petite Étrangère is so far scheduled for an August premiere.
And, honestly I wanted to know this, so I thought maybe a few of you did, too. The simulcast in 10 languages on NicoNicoDouga had 1 million views in the first two days.
The next high-end accessory from the Sailor Moon money-raking-in team are some lovely Senshi-themed rings.
Yuri Manga and Comics
Sparkler Monthly is making Denise Schroeder’s adorable little Girl-Meets-Girl comic, Before You Go, available on Kindle, as well as still having some paper copies left. Let’s sell this baby out, so we get more Yuri.
Kawai Roh’s new Yuri manga collection Mikansei Girl (未完成ガール), hits shelves next week.
Solomon Fletcher introduces his new comic, The Forest, about “two queer witches who perform a spell together to save a forest”.
Comic Flapper is starting up a Yuricest series that reads in Japanese Saiyuri no Imouto ha Tenshi-san, and in English, An Angel Who Has Swooped Down Was My Little Sister.
If you’re in the San Francisco area this weekend, check out GaymerX, the queer gaming convention. And don’t miss our friend and friend of Yuriko, Regina Buenaobra who is going to be on several panels!
Jamie Lynn Lano, who is an absolute doll, has officially published her memoir, Princess of Tennis, which tells of her time assisting the mangaka who creates Prince of Tennis, on her way to becoming a successful manga artist. It’s great stuff, especially if you’re hoping to get work in the Japanese industry.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Silent Mobius, creator Asamiya Kia is debuting new manga series Silent Mobius QD, which will run in Monthly Young Magazine.
Hentai website Fakku has contracted with Wani Publishing (who is responsible for Ikkitousen, among other series) for h-manga online publishing. Whether we actually ever get Onegai Suzune-chan or other actually Yuri manga, remains to be seen.
Take a look at this cute comic on Sailor Moon/Thor/Brave hair issues.
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