This week on Fujoshi O'Clock:
- Over at Netcomics, the latest chapter of Core Scramble has been updated; volume two has officially started!
- An Akadot exclusive: Kizuna Deluxe Edition Vol. 4 is available for pre-order - before any other retailer.
- Over at Listless Link, 2DT of anime blog 2-D Teleidoscope does a guest blog comparing yuri and boys' love media with surprising results.
- Manga Bookshelf does their regular Off The Shelf column, this time discussing Netcomics' latest series (including Core Scramble).
- Kristin at Comic Attack reviews the first two volumes of Finder by Ayano Yamane and takes it rightly to task for its handling of rape culture.
- Connie at Slightly Biased Manga reviews Kizuna Deluxe Edition Vol. 3 by Kazuma Kodaka and is not amused by the drug dealer story arc.
- ふう子 at Hazukashii Kedo reviews Nobara Aiko's Akiyama-kun, an unexpected purchase that ends up being totally worth it.
- Was it a Girlfriend's a Geek week or what? The Rize Shinba manga must be very popular! My Girlfriend's A Geek vol. 1-3 is reviewed at Soliliquy In Blue by Michelle, Lissa at Kuriosity reviews volume 4 of My Girlfriend's A Geek, and Connie at Slightly Biased Manga also reviews the fourth My Girlfriend's A Geek book.