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J LHLS Archives: March 2008

Saturday, March 29, 2008

For those of you who are not at Sakuracon in Seattle this weekend...

Here's, um, something, so you can know what you're missing.

(Okay, I don't know what this is, but Tom sent it to me, so I'm posting it.)

Posted by Editor @ 09:47 AM PST [Link]

Monday, March 24, 2008

By Maguro Wasabi
Published by the Juné Imprint of Digital Manga, Inc

Review by Ryes

Necratoholic is written by one of the mangakas of Tactics. The cover is pure steaminess, and I'm surprised to find that Necratoholic also got a few laughs out of me.

Sakuya is a high-ranking vampire. But ever since he had sex with a dhampir named Atsumi, he's lost his taste for blood. It's actually much more extreme—he can't even stand the sight and smell of blood. Now he suckles on roses for nourishment... [more]

Posted by Ryes @ 05:26 PM PST [Link]

Antique Bakery
By Fumi Yoshinaga
Published by Digital Manga Publishing

Review by Ryes

Antique Bakery is one of Yoshinaga's funniest works. It's a cross between love stories and slice of life. It does introduce a lot of characters in such a short volume but Yoshinaga makes you feel as though you know everything about them or you want to know more of them. It's Yoshinaga's memorable characters that made a fan out of me. [more]

Posted by Ryes @ 05:22 PM PST [Link]

Don't Say Any More, Darling
By Fumi Yoshinaga
Published by the Juné Imprint of Digital Manga, Inc

Review by Ryes

Don't Say Any More, Darling has all that you can expect from Yoshinaga and with a lot of variety. The last half of the book is not yaoi, so it can serve as a sort of sampler for readers interested in Yoshinaga but are afraid of explicit content. As has been said many times before, Yoshinaga has a way with story-telling that makes the stories stay with you hours after you finish reading.

The first story "Don't Say Any More, Darling" is about Tadashi, a "hack lyricist," and Kouhei, Tadashi's friend who has to check on Tadashi every so often so Tadashi doesn't starve. Kouhei is annoyed by the fact that Tadashi, who is gay, hits on him every time he comes around. But what can he do? Tadashi is hopeless and fails at writing lyrics and getting jobs; he would probably die without Kouhei's daily food delivery. [more]

Posted by Ryes @ 05:17 PM PST [Link]

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