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Interview: Uki Ogasawara

Uki Ogasawara, the well established manga-ka of Black Sun has been gracious enough to give us an interview. Her manga is known both for the deep stories and beautiful art that she More »

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Interview: E.K. Weaver

E.K Weaver has been working on The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal since 2007. Earlier this year she launched a successful kickstarter campaign that allowed her to bring this comic into More »

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Interview: Yamila Abraham

We would like to thank Ms. Yamila herself for giving us this interview. She runs two publishing companies (Yaoi Press and Yaoi Prose) as well as an online store Everything Yaoi. (Original Interview : July More »

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Interview: Satoru Kannagi

June manga was nice enough to pass along and translate ten questions for Satoru Kannagi for us. Here it is in its entirety. Thanks again to Juné Manga for not only giving us More »

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Interview: Makoto Tateno

We would like to thank Juné Manga and Makoto Tateno for their time and their efforts to get this interview to us. (Original Interview Oct 2009) More »

Interview: Uki Ogasawara

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Uki Ogasawara, the well established manga-ka of Black Sun has been gracious enough to give us an interview. Her manga is known both for the deep stories and beautiful art that she brings to life in each of her books. We would like to thank June Manga, Yoko especially, for the opportunity and the ability to bring this interview to you.

You can find Black Sun 1 & 2 released under the 801 Media Imprint as well as get them both Digitally at Emanga.com 

Interview: E.K. Weaver

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E.K Weaver has been working on The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal since 2007. Earlier this year she launched a successful kickstarter campaign that allowed her to bring this comic into the world of print and has made her mark in the BL/Buddy Comedy/Less then Epic Adventuring world. We would like to thank her for her time in giving us this interview and hope to see continued great things out of this artist.

Digital Manga Inc. Sponsors Two BL Mangaka at MangaNEXT

Come get your manga-geek on! Stop on by MangaNEXT (February 24-26), New Jersey’s most epic manga-centric convention, to get a chance to meet BL mangaka Makoto Tateno (Yellow, Blue Sheep Reverie) and Tomo Maeda (Black Sun Silver Moon, Beyond My Touch). Digital Manga is proud to sponsor this event with a variety of prizes! A few lucky yaoi fans might score one of our books and get them autographed by the artists on the spot, and event attendees could take home a copy of Swallowing the Earth or Replica. Come by and join the fun – we’ll be with you in spirit!

Source: Digital Manga Blog

DMP to take over Yaoi-Con

Big news out of Yaoi-Con this weekend. DMP has announced that they are taking over the con next year. It is also brining the show to LA!

source: AnimeNewsNetwork

 

Tokyopop Coming Back?!

Well..that didn’t take long. Tokyo Pop is (trying) to get back in business! Let’s hope they bring back BLU!

The new TokyopopManga Twitter account confirmed on Wednesday that it is “hoping that [it will] be able to release new manga very soon.” The account mentioned it is “laying the groundwork for publishing new manga again,” but added that because all of its previous titles had “reverted back to their Japanese publishers” that the company would “have to work to get them back.” The Twitter account also stated the company’s “ultimate goal is to start publishing manga again.”

The Twitter account noted it is “planning on starting with an old license.” The account also stated it plans to release manga in both print and digital form.

In an open letter from Tokyopop founder Stu Levy that was posted on GeekChicDaily on Tuesday, Levy wrote, “I know that you’re all eager to have the same access to your favorite manga titles that we could previously provide and I promise that I am continuing to explore any and all opportunities to relaunch the manga publishing operations of TOKYOPOP‘s business.”

Tokyopop shut down its North American manga publishing division in May. On Tuesday the company revealed it will launch a new editorial newsletter “about all things otaku and Asian pop-culture” powered by GeekChicDaily. Tokyopop gauged interest in the release of moreHetalia manga volumes last month.

Anime News Network
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-10-12/tokyopop-confirms-intent-to-publish-manga-again 

Art Hump Day! 2011.09.21

 

We love art here at BA, and there is so much of it out in the world. Art Hump Day is here to give you a little dose to get you through the week.

Tired of Waiting for Love Now Available Online!

Gardena, CA (August 15, 2011) - Digital Manga

Inc. is proud to announce the release of its very first manga title, Tired of Waiting for Love, under the Digital Manga Guild initiative. This first title launch is in conjunction with Japanese publisher, Taiyo Tosho, and localized by the Kawaii Neko group. You can purchase and read this exciting manga now at eManga.com.

WE ARE LIVE~!

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After a while of hiccups and bumps, Beautiful Androgyny is back and better than ever! Hope you all like the new look. We’ve done our best to update all the datebases, but unfortunately the Reviews module got corrupted so we’ll be starting those back up soon. AND we’ve got a few more interviews lined up! Also sign up for our Facebook page!

Interview: Yamila Abraham

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We would like to thank Ms. Yamila herself for giving us this interview. She runs two publishing companies (Yaoi Press and Yaoi Prose) as well as an online store Everything Yaoi. (Original Interview : July 2009).

Interview: Satoru Kannagi

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June manga was nice enough to pass along and translate ten questions for Satoru Kannagi for us. Here it is in its entirety. Thanks again to Juné Manga for not only giving us this opportunity but the translations and the quick return back to us! And we thank Satoru Kannagi for taking the time to answer our questions.