Links: A*Tomcat walks into a bar…
Digitial Manga Publishing has successfully raised $49,411 for the publication of three kid-friendly titles by the God of Manga, Osamu Tezuka. Those titles are Unico, a full-color manga about a unicorn; A*Tomcat, a spin-off of Tezuka’s beloved Astro Boy series; and Triton of the Sea, an undersea adventure. Ed Sizemore, host of Manga Out Loud, discusses the Kickstarter campaign with DMP’s Ben Applegate in the latest MOL podcast.
Over at No Flying No Tights, Robin Brenner assembles a panel of librarians to discuss the winners of this year’s Eisner Awards.
And speaking of SDCC, our own Brigid Alverson files a comprehensive report on all the kids’ publishing news from the 2012 show.
The Denver Post reports that the inaugural Denver Comic-Con, which was held in June, was a smashing success, with almost 30,000 attendees. Looking ahead to 2013, show organizers have announced that the indefatigable Stan Lee will be the headlining artist.
Greg McElhatton on Adventure Time #5 (Read About Comics)
Johanna Draper Carlson on vol. 6 of Archie Archives (Comics Worth Reading)
Sheena McNeil on Benny and Penny in Lights Out! (Sequential Tart)
Sara on Free Wishes! Insert Licorice Here (No Flying No Tights)
Anna Neatrour on vol. 1 of Jiu Jiu (Manga Report)
Anna Neatrour on vol. 2o of Kaze Hikaru (Manga Report)
Sterg Botzakis on Level Up! (Graphic Novel Resources)
Sheena McNeil on Maya Makes a Mess (Sequential Tart)
Doug Zawisza on Muppets #1 (Comic Book Resources)
Wolfen Moondaughter on My Boyfriend Is a Monster, Vol. 6: Wrapped Up in You (Sequential Tart)
Sean Gaffney on vol. 63 of One Piece (A Case Suitable for Treatment)
Kate Dacey on vol. 1 of Polterguys (The Manga Critic)
Johanna Draper Carlson on Princeless: Short Stories for Warrior Women #1 (Comics Worth Reading)
Johanna Draper Carlson on Seraphina (Comics Worth Reading)
Jenny on Three Men in a Boat (No Flying No Tights)
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About Katherine Dacey
Katherine Dacey has been reviewing comics since 2006. From 2007 to 2008, she was the Senior Manga Editor at PopCultureShock, a site covering all aspects of the entertainment industry from comics to video games. In 2009, she launched The Manga Critic, where she focuses primarily on Japanese comics and novels in translation. Katherine lives and works in the Greater Boston area, and is a musicologist by training.
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