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J LHLS Archives: March 2007

Saturday, March 17, 2007

J-Boy Anthology, Volume 1
By Biblos
Published by the Juné Imprint of Digital Manga, Inc.

Review by Ginger Mayerson

I love anthologies! I wait breathlessly for the Small Press Expo antho every year. I worshiped Robot. I loved the first volume of Flight enough to be disappointed in volume 2 and 3. And I thought True Porn and Boy Trouble, #5 were the bees knees. Give me anthologies, collections, compilations, readers, chrestomathies, albums, analecta, compendiums, digests, selections, omnibuses and I am a heppy kat.

So you can just imagine how happy I was to get my paws on J-Boy by Biblos, volume 1. [more]

Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 03:43 PM PST [Link]

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

First Steps
By Sean Michael
Published by Torquere Press

Review by Lynn Loper

Awwww. The gay New York writer pays a surrogate to bear him a child; it turns out to be twins, girl and boy. He takes them away from the nasty city to a cabin in the mountains, and a studly forest ranger shows up to warn them of fire dangers. Shortly, studly forest ranger and New York writer are in bed in studly's beautifully-equipped but rustic cabin. Internet service, running water, and endless hours to do nothing but make love and worship the babies. [more]

Posted by Lynn Loper @ 09:49 AM PST [Link]

Monday, March 12, 2007

Enchanter, Vol. 3
by Izumi Kawachi
Digital Manga Publishing

Review by Tom Good

Sometimes it only takes one brilliant panel to elevate a manga to the next level. This volume of Enchanter had been rolling along with its special blend of humor, magic, and pinup art. And though I was entertained, the book had begun to feel more like a series of quick jokes and odd situations than a memorable plot. While our hero Haruhiko struggled to manufacture new weapons, and his schoolmate Okada chatted with their beautiful teacher, I started to wonder whether the story needed more action and tension. Then I turned the page and what I saw next really gave me a jolt. [more]

Posted by Tom Good @ 10:13 PM PST [Link]

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