What time is it? It's . . . Fujoshi O'Clock, the biweekly feature at Nagareboshi Review, when I bring to you the latest fujoshi-related news and reviews and various shiny BL-flavored things. Why? Because rotten girls need love too!
This week on Fujoshi O'Clock:
- ANN: Viz's boys' love imprint, SuBLime, is offering fixes for the Kindle editions of its manga. Affected titles include several by Kano Miyamoto and Nase Yamato's Cigarette Kisses.
- Kuriosity reports on a new omnibus now available for pre-order: Games With Me, a BL OEL comic written by Tina Anderson, known for her comic Loud Snow. Anderson is also hosting a giveaway for a chance to win a copy of Games With Me that involves writing reviews.
- Because I didn't post last week, you now have two Fujoshi Files from Ogiue Maniax to look forward to! File 45 is Aoba Tsugumi from Kannagi and File 46 is Kagawa Rika from Otaku no Musume-san. I think I need to read this OnMs, yes?
- Over at the Manga Bookshelf, the latest edition of BL Bookrack is up; Michelle and Melinda are looking at the latest titles as well as some classic light novels and a most excellent new webcomic from Alex Woolfson (author of Artifice!).
- Norikazu Akira is popular again in the review section, as ANN's Rebecca reviews Honey Darling and Connie from Slightly Biased Manga also reviews Honey Darling. It's interesting to read two differing opinions on a single work. Maybe I'm next up to review this one?
- Connie from Slightly Biased Manga has also reviewed the sixth book in Ayano Yamane's Finder series, Passion Within The Viewfinder. Even she admits that no one reads Finder for the story. Just look at the covers!
- Lissa at Kuriousity.ca reviews Three Wolf Mountain by Naono Bohra, a hotly anticipated title that looks to be quite excellent. Plus, Naono Bohra in English and in print! That is always excellent news.
- And not to toot my own horn, but let's do. I've posted several boys' love reviews over the past week, including ones for Miki Araya's I'll Be Your Slave, Kano Miyamoto's Two of Hearts, Aki Morimoto's light novel Like A Love Comedy, and Kou Yoneda's one-shot Kanjou Spectrum. All wonderful titles, really!
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