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(My desktop PC and notebook both are malfunctioning, which is why I didn’t post this ~ a week earlier. This is how I browsed the net for more than a week! Violet/magenta/pink/fuchsia/whatever lines and a resolution of 640*480! My eyes still hurt!)

Tokyopop ‘s December newsletter not only contained information that Kodansha let their license expire, but addressed two more matters. First, the usual list of January releases (I’ll post them once I’m at my university residence again), but more importantly: their new manga licenses for summer 2009.

Before I’ll post their list of new licenses , here are my thoughts on the “cancellation” of Tokyopop ‘s titles from Kodansha .

News, reviews and features with a focus on manga, self-published works and a Canadian perspective. Enjoy fulfilling your Kuriousity!

Review written July 27, 2008 by Lissa Pattillo
Book purchased from independant hobby store, The Batter’s Box

[…] The Royal Palace. He also gives Go! Comi’s online game O-Play a try. Lissa Pattillo reads vol. 1 of Daemonium at Kuriousity. Ed Chavez has a podcast review of vol. 1 of Kamisama Kazoku up at the […]

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(My desktop PC and notebook both are malfunctioning, which is why I didn’t post this ~ a week earlier. This is how I browsed the net for more than a week! Violet/magenta/pink/fuchsia/whatever lines and a resolution of 640*480! My eyes still hurt!)

Tokyopop ‘s December newsletter not only contained information that Kodansha let their license expire, but addressed two more matters. First, the usual list of January releases (I’ll post them once I’m at my university residence again), but more importantly: their new manga licenses for summer 2009.

Before I’ll post their list of new licenses , here are my thoughts on the “cancellation” of Tokyopop ‘s titles from Kodansha .

(My desktop PC and notebook both are malfunctioning, which is why I didn’t post this ~ a week earlier. This is how I browsed the net for more than a week! Violet/magenta/pink/fuchsia/whatever lines and a resolution of 640*480! My eyes still hurt!)

Tokyopop ‘s December newsletter not only contained information that Kodansha let their license expire, but addressed two more matters. First, the usual list of January releases (I’ll post them once I’m at my university residence again), but more importantly: their new manga licenses for summer 2009.

Before I’ll post their list of new licenses , here are my thoughts on the “cancellation” of Tokyopop ‘s titles from Kodansha .

News, reviews and features with a focus on manga, self-published works and a Canadian perspective. Enjoy fulfilling your Kuriousity!

Review written July 27, 2008 by Lissa Pattillo
Book purchased from independant hobby store, The Batter’s Box

[…] The Royal Palace. He also gives Go! Comi’s online game O-Play a try. Lissa Pattillo reads vol. 1 of Daemonium at Kuriousity. Ed Chavez has a podcast review of vol. 1 of Kamisama Kazoku up at the […]


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