Feedly Friday is a biweekly round-up of manga-related links from my Feedly/RSS reader and around the web.
The blog went a little silent the past couple of weeks, mainly because I was prepping for and attending Anime Central — expect a write-up this coming Monday! In the meantime, Dark Horse revealed a number of license announcements at the convention — and I was there!
This week over at the home base I review another Evangelion spin-off manga, Tony Takezaki’s Neon Genesis Evangelion. Justin reviews the kickstarted Captain Ken, and Helen takes a look at The Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer. Justin also announces the winners of our Emma giveaway!
We’re a little more review heavy than most weeks, but there’s still some great content out there: Ash over at Experiments in Manga talks about the TCAF experience, a post I look forward to every year. Convention season has officially kicked off, and it’s great to see other people out and about! In the same vein, Deb Aoki shares the powerpoint show from her TCAF panel, “Creating a Girl-Friendly Manga Collection for Libraries.”
Convention season also means new manga licenses, and Lori Henderson has two great roundups, as always.
Over at Things We Lost at Dusk, brickme talks a bit about becoming a manga assistant. Over at Anime Yume, Yumeka touches on structuring an anime review.
For the creative bunch out there, Deb Aoki has a not to be missed Storify roundup of a Twitter conversation regarding the dos and don’ts of social media for comics creators.
One of my favorite manga artists, Asano Inio, is the character designer for the upcoming anime Subete ga F ni Naru, and the art is great.
Review time! First up we have Lori with Let’s Dance a Waltz volume 1, followed by Connie with her review of the first Jojo’s omnibus. Next Sean has two reviews of books I’ve been waiting to come out, The Ancient Magnus Bride volume 1 and the first volume of A Silent Voice. Over at Manga Test Drive, Megan reviews an old CMX title I’ve always been interested in, Kiichi and the Magic Books. Sean also reviews a newer title from the creator of Toradora!, Evergreen volume 1. And finally, House of 1000 Manga looks at the shorter shoujo series, The Earl and The Fairy.
Did I miss anything? Feel free to shoot me links in the comments!