Jason Thompson has a new column starting at ANN on his favorite manga, and he kicks things off with a look at the classic The Rose of Versailles.
It’s License Request Day at The Manga Curmudgeon, and David Welsh would like something by Noriyuki Yamahana, please.
The iTunes store presents a big headache for manga publishers: They won’t necessarily approve every volume.
The Bangkok Post profiles Jakraphan Huaypetch, whose Super Dunker won the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s International Manga Award.
News from Japan: The 39th Japan Cartoonist Awards have been announced.
Reviews: Kate Dacey looks at two manga for kids, Dinosaur King and The Lizard Prince, at Good Comics for Kids.
Michelle Smith on vol. 4 of Adolf: Days of Infamy (Soliloquy in Blue)
Ryo Takagi on Bran Doll (The Hooded Utilitarian)
Julie Opipari on Cartoon Cute Animals (Manga Maniac Cafe)
Kate Dacey on vols. 2-4 of Cat Paradise and vols. 2-4 of Ikigami: The Ultimate Limit (The Manga Critic)
Jason Dyer on Crimson-Shell (Manga Life)
Sophie Stevens on vol. 1 of Flower in a Storm (Animanga Nation)
Johanna Draper Carlson on Fruits Basket Banquet and Songs to Make You Smile (Comics Worth Reading)
Billy Aguiar on vol. 1 of King of RPGs (Prospero’s Manga)
Erica Friedman on Ohana Hololo (Okazu)
Sean Gaffney on vol. 44 of One Piece (A Case Suitable for Treatment)
Susan S. on vol. 2 of Oninagi (Manga Jouhou)
Bill Young on Pluto (Extremely Graphic)
Anna on vol. 1 of Spy Goddess (2 screenshot limit)
Susan S. on Remember (Manga Jouhou)
Andre on vol. 3 of Sugarholic (Kuriousity)
Kate O’Neil on vol. 8 of Tactics (Mania.com)
Connie on vol. 5 of With the Light (Slightly Biased Manga)