I will be away from the internet for a day or so as I’m heading out to Chicago for C2E2; being a lover of adventure, and a hater of airplanes, I’m taking the train, and stopping over in my home town of South Bend to see some folks. In the meantime, I’m handing the keys over to Melinda Beasi, who will be providing a guest review for your enjoyment tomorrow. If you are going to C2E2 and you want to get together, e-mail me at the address on the right or DM me on Twitter.
Danica Davidson interviews Peach Fuzz creators Linday Cibos and Jared Hodges at Graphic Novel Reporter.
Lori Henderson thinks Del Rey manga isn’t trying hard enough, in terms of titles and communication with fans.
News from Japan: Shonen Jump and Jump Square are both starting new spinoffs, and Ichijinsa will launch its WAaI! boys in skirts magazine, which targets “male maidens” on April 24.
Ken Haley and Sam Kusek discuss Anime Boston in part 2 of their con report.
Danica Davidson on vols. 1-3 of Absolute Boyfriend (Graphic Novel Reporter)
Peter Gutierrez on The Art of Osamu Tezuka (Graphic Novel Reporter)
Eric Robinson on vol. 5 of Black God (Manga Jouhou)
Courtney Kraft on vol. 7 of Black God (Graphic Novel Reporter)
Sean Gaffney on vol. 8 of Excel Saga (A Case Suitable for Treatment)
Snow Wildsmith on Love Knot and vol. 1 of Madness (Fujoshi Librarian)
Shaenon Garrity on vol. 1 of Portrait of M & N(About.com)
Andre on vol. 2 of Raiders (Kuriousity)
Deb Aoki on vol. 1 of Ratman (About.com)
Todd Douglass on vol. 1 of Ratman (Anime Maki)
James Fleenor on vol. 1 of Ratman (Anime Sentinel)
Leroy Douresseaux on vol. 1 of Red Hot Chili Samurai (The Comic Book Bin)
Anna on vols. 6 and 7 of Sand Chronicles (2 screenshot limit)
Danielle Leigh on vol. 1 of Spice & Wolf (Comics Should Be Good)