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:
- Melinda at Manga Bookshelf is lovesick over Loveless, the BL flavored title by manga-ka Yun Kouga. It covers up to volume six of the Loveless manga.
- SuBLime has licensed the four-volume manga series Crimson Spell. This Ayano Yamane has been previously released, partially, by Kitty Media.
- Japanese company Otome's Way is to release a guide to learn Japanese entitled A Fujoshi's Guide To Japanese as well as the Otome's Way Anthology. The Fujoshi's Guide book will be available digitally and in full color.
- Manga publisher PictureBox announces further plans to release more BL/bara titles, including more titles by Gengoroh Tagame.
- RightStuf is warning Canadian customers that their copies of the Bonds of Dream, Bonds of Love manga may be seized at the border. Each volume's listing on RightStuf now includes a line that the work has been banned in Canada and that it will no longer be shipped to Canadian addresses.
- Helen at Narrative Investigations reviewed volume one of Off*Beat by Jen Lee Quick.
- Naru at OASG reviewed The Cat In The Box by Sumako Kari.
- Daniella at All About Manga reviewed Love Makes Everything Right by Sanae Rokuya as part of her 30 Day Yaoi Challenge.
- Brain Vs. Book reviewed Bara Iro no Ho no Koro by Asumiko Nakamura, which is part of the J no Subete series.
- Experiments In Manga reviewed The Passion of Gengoroh Tagame: The Master of Gay Erotic Manga by Gengoroh Taname, a collection of bara manga.
Am I missing your blog? Got some awesome fujoshi-related news and reviews you think deserve a shout-out? Poke me with a link and a bit of description over at my Twitter: @theseventhl. I'm always on the look out for more BL love!