The Manga Moveable Feast keeps on rollin’ with reviews of Keiko Takemiya’s To Terra; Kate Dacey rounds up all the links at The Manga Critic.
A host of bloggers join Melinda Beasi for the Banana Fish Roundtable, this time concentrating on vols. 3 and 4, at Manga Bookshelf.
Librarian Robin Brenner says farewell to CMX and advises fellow librarians on what series to pick up before they disappear.
A host of pundits have called for publishers to put out more manga for adults in order to save the flailing manga industry, but Simon Jones begs to differ.
At 2 screenshot limit, Anna posts a pic of her CMX collection and explains why it’s so awesome.
Kris on vol. 5 of Breath (Manic About Manga)
Bill Sherman on vol. 1 of Diamond Girl (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
Andre on vol. 1 of Dorohedoro (Kuriousity)
Nick Smith on vol. 1 of I’ll Give It My All… Tomorrow (ICv2)
Bill Sherman on Isle of Forbidden Love (Blogcritics)
Kristin on vol. 1 of Kingyo Used Books (Comic Attack)
Briana Lawrence on Kiss Your Hair (Mania.com)
Snow Wildsmith on vols. 1 and 2 of Kurashina Sensei’s Passion (Fujoshi Librarian)
Sean Gaffney on vol. 35 of Oh My Goddess! (A Case Suitable for Treatment)
Susan S. on vol. 2 of Raiders (Manga Jouhou)
Julie Opipari on vol. 4 of Rasetsu (Manga Maniac Cafe)
Michelle Smith on vols. 1 and 2 of Switch (Soliloquy in Blue)
Johanna Draper Carlson on vol. 1 of Twin Spica (Comics Worth Reading)