I’ve decided to shut MangaViews down. It didn’t get the type of support it needed to continue, and it was too much for me to try to keep up with the data entry on my own, although there were several people who helped. I really appreciate the efforts of everybody who pitched in to start [...]
Please enjoy this vitally important post I contributed to The Content Farm about How to Boil Water.
The Bureau Chiefs are having a FakeAPStylebook contest. Check out the contest page for all the details. You can win a zazzle gift certificate and eternal glory.
Apologies if you tried to visit this site and found it listed as an attack site. The malicious code was removed, and everything seems to be working fine now.
The Bureau Chiefs have set up a store of official FakeAPStylebook swag. Here’s a link to the store, and you can get a preview of the lovely goods in the flash widget below.
Here’s a little link round-up of some of the reactions to the Tokyopop Manga Pilot Program. A couple of these may make their way over to When Fangirls Attack, but since the internet seemed to break in half for a couple people the last time I posted multiple times in a row I’m probably not [...]
One of the things I like about following long-running manga series is seeing how the art evolves over time. I think one of the best examples of this is the shoujo classic Boys Over Flowers. Here are some scans from the first volume, where Tsukushi makes an impression on Tsukasa by kicking him in the [...]
Free Comic Book Day is Tomorrow!
Dorian reviews a ton of the FCBD comics, so you know what to look for.
If you can’t make it out to your local comics store, you can enter online to win free comics at Yet Another Comics Blog.
I’ve been sending in links to When Fangirls Attack for a little while, and I’m now on board officially. Thanks very much to Ragnell and Kalinara for the invitation to join their blog! I’m going to be focusing on manga linkblogging, since I figure everyone else has other areas of comics covered. If you know [...]
T Is for Tugboat: Navigating the Seas from A to Z by Traci N. Todd and Sara Gillingham (amazon)
There are plenty of alphabet books out there, but T is for Tugboat is a handsomely designed book with a nautical theme that will appeal to any fans of boats, oceans, or maritime trivia. The color [...]