Short stack

The Ninja Consultant has posted a podcast of Jason Thompson’s MangaNext panel.

David Welsh checks out this week’s new comics.

I’m a bit late with this, I guess, but Publishers Weekly listed their best books of 2007 last week, and several manga made the cut: Tekkonkinkreet, MW, and MPD-Psycho. (Via Flog!)

Yaoi Suki asks Seven Seas what’s up with their yaoi line. The response: “still in the planning stages.”

Dave Ferraro finds vol. 1 of Yotsuba&! irresistible at Comics-and-More. At Precocious Curmudgeon, David Welsh reviews Muhyo and Roji’s Bureau of Supernatural Investigation. Dan Polley checks out vol. 1 of Earthlight at Manga Life. Nick enjoys vol. 1 of Kitchen Princess at Hobotaku. At the Manga Maniac Cafe, Julie takes a look at vol. 1 of Psychic Power Nanaki. Erica Friedman takes on vol. 10 of Yuri Hime (400 pages, in Japanese no less) at Okazu. LJ’er ruxi reviews Goth, a title available only as scanlation, apparently. (Via When Fangirls Attack.) At Active Anime, Christopher Seaman looks at vol. 2 of Million Tears, Scott Campbell scopes out Asian Beat, and Holly Ellingwood reviews vol. 1 of Legends of the Dark Crystal and vol. 1 of Zig*Zag. Dick Hyacinth reviews a stack of comics, including MW, which he doesn’t like much.

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