Tokyopop revives weekly serialization: They are releasing the second volume of Hetalia in weekly issues via the comiXology app.
Kristin takes a manga-centric look at the November Previews at Comic Attack.
Sean Gaffney has been looking over the Japanese best-seller lists, and he has ten more license requests for American publishers.
David Welsh has reached the letter O in his Seinen Alphabet at The Manga Curmudgeon.
News from Japan: Matt Alt points to a nonfiction manga that’s “climbing the bestseller lists” right now: The Manga Guide to Psychosomatic Illnesses. Good times.
Reviews: Melinda Beasi and Michelle Smith discuss new volumes of ongoing series in their latest Off the Shelf column at Manga Bookshelf. John Thomas includes some short reviews of recent releases in his latest Yuuyake Shimbum column.
Connie on vol. 2 of Evil’s Return (Slightly Biased Manga)
Connie on vol. 7 of Goong (Slightly Biased Manga)
Casey Brienza on vol. 1 of Hetalia: Axis Powers (Graphic Novel Reporter)
Zack Davisson on vol. 21 of Hikaru No Go (Japan Reviewed)
Connie on vol. 6 of Kimi ni Todoke (Slightly Biased Manga)
Ken Haley on vol. 2 of Knights (Sequential Ink)
Jaime Samms on Loud Snow (Kuriousity)
Justin Colussy-Estes on vol. 9 of One Thousand and One Nights (Comics Village)
Leroy Douresseaux on vol. 5 of Princess Princess (A Case Suitable for Treatment)
Todd Douglass on vol. 3 of Spice & Wolf (Anime Maki)
Sean Gaffney on vols. 22-24 of The Wallflower (A Case Suitable for Treatment)
Lori Henderson on the October issue of Yen Plus (Manga Xanadu)