This week on Fujoshi O'Clock:
- According to a Twitter report, manga-ka Gengoroh Tagame's latest work is an all-ages manga about a gay couple and their daughter.
- An Answerman article from early February talks about the Free! anime and the issue with the anime's licensing confusion.
- ANN looks at Sparkler Monthly, which publishes multiple BL and LGBT-friendly titles of original English language manga. And, yes, they talk about Off*Beat quite a bit!
- Hazukashii Kedo looks at the haitoku/'fall from virtue' themed anthology of BL that will be published by Charles Comics.
- Otaku USA reviews the Massive Anthology, which features shorts from major bara/gay manga authors like Tagame and Jiraiya.
- Slightly Biased Manga reviews volume 2 of Crimson Spell by Ayano Yamane from SuBLime and the single-volume One Is Enough by love from GEN Manga.
- Experiments in Manga reviews Hide and Seek volume 1 by Yaya Sakuragi, a romance between a doctor and a candy store owner.
- Rebecca Silverman at ANN reviews volumes 1-3 of Hide and Seek by Yaya Sakuragi, and gives it a B overall.
- ふう子 at Hazukashii Kedo reviews Twilight Underground by Akihira Shiro, a new story by the manga-ka that is running in Craft magazine.
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