Hey, did you know? Only two weeks until AX — if you’re headed to the con, come by and say hi at our Akadot booth in the Dealer’s Hall, #438, 440, and 442! Want less shopping and more news? DMP’s industry panel, “Manga Without Borders,” will be held on Thursday, July 4th at 5pm in LP4. Come check us out to learn more about DMP, ask questions, and meet some of our staff! Then join us in the evening on Saturday July 6th in LP4, from 8:30-9:30pm for our Project-H panel, “Ecchi for Everyone.” Everyone over 18, that is! Please remember to bring your ID to attend this titillating night panel.
On the digital front, we’re proud to bring eManga fans even more Weekly Astro Boy Magazine! Issues 11 through 18 are now available and sure to please old fans and Tezuka newcomers alike. If you’re just testing the Tezuka waters for the first time, Manga Report’s Anna has a fantastic run-down of the magazine here!
And for our yaoi fans, Shiuko Kano’s Priceless Honey is now available on eManga – while it’s slated for a late August print release, those of you eager to get your hands on sensei’s work can grab it digitally ahead of time.
Finally, for those of you who missed last weeks post, we’d like to apologize for the delay in the release of The Tyrant Falls in Love and Ze—we’re looking forward to having the delay resolved as soon as we can so we can get the print books headed your way.
| Priceless Honey: School janitor Suguri has a second job…as a call-boy! When his work suddenly brings him to the door of a teacher from his school, he’s convinced the whole affair will be unbearably awkward. But Suguri soon discovers that this is one client who loves to indulge his sweet tooth!
Priceless Honey succumbs to sticky-sweet surrender in stories of naive love and indecent lust! Will faces from the past deliver peerless pleasure…or bitter disappointment? Which men will find the courage to take a bite out of the forbidden fruit of love?
Weekly Astro Boy Magazine, 11-18: Often hailed as the “God of Manga”, Osamu Tezuka draws stories of life, death, and morality His compilation of stories touch upon sci-fi, history, crime, politics, romance, but always raises questions on the human condition and reflects the ambiguity of morality.