New Digital licenses, Lupin train, inside the DMG

Lissa Pattillo has the scoop on two new licenses from Digital, See Me After Class and President Momoi-kun.

Melinda Beasi discusses her experiences with the Digital Manga Guild at Manga Bookshelf.

The Manga Bookshelf team discusses their Pick of the Week.

News from Japan: The end of the Cyborg 009 story will be made into a manga series, Cyborg 009 Kanketsu-Hen conclusion God’s War, which will run on the Club Sunday website. Translator Tomo Kimura shows off the alternate cover for the Japanese edition of vol. 17 of Pandora Hearts. And Hokkaido launches a Lupin-themed train—autographed by creator Monkey Punch—to boost tourism in the area.

Reviews: The Manga Bookshelf bloggers keep it short and sweet in their latest set of Bookshelf Briefs. Ash Brown discusses a week’s worth of manga reading at Experiments in Manga.

Matthew Warner on vol. 2 of @Full Moon (The Fandom Post)
Leroy Douresseaux on vol. 7 of Blue Exorcist (The Comic Book Bin)
Alex Hoffman on The Book of Human Insects (Manga Widget)
Justin on Breathe Deeply (Organization Anti-Social Geniuses)
Johanna Draper Carlson on vol. 5 of Bunny Drop (Comics Worth Reading)
Anna on vol. 2 of A Devil and Her Love Song (Manga Report)
Rob McMonigal on issue 1 of Gen Manga (Panel Patter)
Sean Gaffney on vol. 1 of Is This a Zombie? (A Case Suitable for Treatment)
Sakura Eries on vol. 9 of Maoh: Juvenile Remix (The Fandom Post)
Johanna Draper Carlson on Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley (Comics Worth Reading)
Matthew Warner on vol. 8 of Rin-ne (The Fandom Post)
Kate O’Neil on vol. 8 of Soul Eater (The Fandom Post)
Lesley Aeschliman on vol. 1 of Twin Spica (Blogcritics)

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