Yuri Network News – (百合ネットワークニュース) – December 16, 2017

December 16th, 2017

Yuri Anime

Having found success with the most exploitative series in Comic Yuri Hime, Ichijinsha is trying again with Tachibanakan To Lie Angle (立花館To Lieあんぐる). This perve-fest of cameltoes and breast shots is getting an anime according to Comic Natalie. As with NTR, I won’t be watching or covering this here. It’s another series that is physically repulsive to me. (I’ll point out only that Comic Natalie also basically calls it a “perve-fest.”)

Tomoyo is her usuall over-excited self in anticipation of the new Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card Arc anime in this promotional video.

Via Crunchyroll News, Funimation has announced simuldubs for both Cardcaptor Sakura and citrus . Crunchyroll will be streaming citrus with subtitles. I didn’t see news that they are streaming CCS, but I’d assume so, in any case.


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Yuri Manga

Viz has a lovely video in honor of the release of Shimura Takako’s Sweet Blue Flower series. 

Via YNN Correspondent M, take a look at this conversation between Bloom Into You‘s creator Nakatani Nio and Takemiya Keiko about expressing love and gender in manga. (Clearly something I need to read after my thoughts in yesterday’s review!)


Kickstarter News

Great news from our friend Niki Smith. Her serial Crossplay is being Kickstarted (already more than fully funded with days left) to be collected into a full-sized Erotic Graphic Novel from Iron Circus Comics. This is a bandwagon worth jumping on!


Other News

For something fascinating and tangential to us here, this video of Keridwen N. Luis, Naked Among the Karma Eaters: The Body Politics of Women’s Lands presented at the Boston Athenæum, on Dec. 5. 2017 is full of interesting discussion of body politics among women’s groups.

Kakinouchi Narumi is going to resurrect (see what I did there?) Vampire Princess Miyu in a news series, Vampire Princess Miyu – Saku, according to Crunchyroll News’ Paul Chapman. Whee! That was a great, creepy, occasionally super gay series of the 1980s and 90s.


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3 Responses

  1. Jim says:

    >Having found success with the most exploitative series in Comic Yuri Hime…

    I don’t think NTR was a success. It already ended in February issue and anime wasn’t a big hit and sold very poorly.

  2. It went 5 volumes, with one more to come if it’s ending in February. More than one volume and an anime signals success. Anime cost a lot of money – if they made enough to make an anime, it could not possibly have been a failure.

  3. Phantom (Pseudonym) says:

    Sounds like “Tachiba” is yet another reason why I like my yuri not aimed at stereotypical teenage boys.

    (Goes back to searching the site for more realistic yuri my friend can relate to.)

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