Crunchyroll update

As folks start to sample Crunchyroll’s manga service, Deb Aoki talks to the folks behind it about their plans for the future (including more series from more publishers) and the bloggers at Organization Anti-Social Geniuses discuss their thoughts and hopes for the service.

Over at Robot 6, I took a look at the Kuroko’s Basketball story; because of an ongoing series of threat letters, a number of doujinshi events have been cancelled, and now the letter writer is targeting retail stores, resulting in some stores removing the manga from the shelves and 7 Eleven pulling their Kuroko’s Basketball themed snacks.

Despite some initial doubts, the Digital Manga Guild seems to be going strong; Justin interviews editor Lindley Warmington about her work at Organization Anti-Social Geniuses.

Ben Huber has some fun with a make-your-own-manga book.


Alice Vernon on vol. 1 of Durarara!! (Girls Like Comics)
Justin on vol. 1 of Eat for Your Life! (Organization Anti-Social Geniuses)
L.B. Bryant on K-ON! High School (ICv2)
Sakura Eries on vol. 1 of Manga Mutiny (The Fandom Post)
Connie C. on Mantis Woman, Bride of Deimos, and Presents (Comics Should Be Good)
A Library Girl on vols. 44-50 of Naruto (A Library Girl’s Familiar Diversions)
Kate O’Neil on vol. 18 of Pandora Hearts (The Fandom Post)
Justin on vol. 1 of Sherlock Bones (Organization Anti-Social Geniuses)
Ken H. on The Strange Tale of the Twilight Demon (Comics Should Be Good)
Lesley Aeschliman on vol. 11 of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Lesley’s Musings… on Manga)
Kristin on vol. 1 of Voice Over: Seiyuu Academy (Comic Attack)
Sarah Hayes on vol. 1 of Voice Over: Seiyuu Academy (Nagareboshi Reviews)

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