Unfinished stories

At About.com, Deb Aoki goes over some of the questions left by Tokyopop’s closing and asks her readers: Which Tokyopop series would you like to see rescued? Deb also has a look ahead to FanimeCon, which happens this weekend.

The Manga Bookshelf bloggers discuss their pick of the week, and they lean heavily toward Kaoru Mori’s A Bride’s Story. The Manga Village team looks at the past week’s new releases.

Manga Therapy posts a podcast of Natsume Ono’s appearance at Kinokuniya in New York earlier this month.

The Manga Moveable Feast continues with David Welsh’s list of ten things he loves about Cross Game. There’s a whole lot of writin’ going on, so be sure to check out the archive post at MMF host The Panelists.

News from Japan: Kadokawa is launching a new manga magazine that will start out with five anime-based series. Welcome datacomp has a trip report on Comiket 79.

Reviews: Carlo Santos brings us up to date with the latest manga in his Right Turn Only!! column at ANN. Ash Brown summarizes a week’s worth of manga at Experiments in Manga. The Manga Bookshelf bloggers make quick work of a stack of manga in their latest Bookshelf Briefs column.

Anna on vol. 1 of A Bride’s Story (Manga Report)
Dave Ferraro on A Bride’s Story (Comics-and-More)
Leroy Douresseaux on vol. 12 of We Were There (The Comic Book Bin)

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