They added a lot of manga due to Yaoi Day, August 1
akabeko's Crazy Fruits (Rakka) (release starts on September 30) Dayoo's YOUNG BAD EDUCATION (release starts on September 30) Dayoo's YOUNG GOOD BOYFRIEND (release starts on November 25) Tamekou's A Lotus in the Mud (Deichuu no Hasu) (release starts on October 1) Tamekou's You're My Sex Star (Boku no Sex Star) (release starts on October 8) Tamekou's The Dream of the Cuckoos (Kakkou no Yume) (release starts on November 21) Miecohouse Matsumoto's The Beautiful Greenness volumes 2-3 (release starts on October 2) Miecohouse Matsumoto's Boys Love! volumes 1-3 (release starts on October 2) Hiroko Natsuno's The Love of Calendula (Fuyu Shirazu no Koi) (release starts on October 3) Thanat's Sneaky Red 2 (release starts on October 3) Thanat's Shirusareshi Ai (release starts on January 10, 2020) Haruko Kumota's Shinjuku Lucky Hole 2 volume 2 (release starts on October 4) Sumako Kari's The Vacation in Love (Yuge to Yuuwaku no Vacances) (release starts on October 4) Shino Torino's Asterisk (release starts on November 11) Sakadachi Kabano's Aki-chan is a Super Erotic Madonna (Aki-chan wa Suki de Mashou Nanja Nai) (release starts on November 15) Sakadachi Kabano's Can He Get a Lover in a Sex Trade Shop? (Fuzoku-ten de Kareshi wa Dekiruka) (release starts on November 15) Yoko Miyako's He has Never XXX (Kare ha Otoko to Shita Koto Nai.) (release starts on December 24) Shino Shinomiya's Kawabatamachi Yorozu Kientan (release starts on January 22, 2020) Yukio Yanagisawa's Tsumasaki ni Hi (release starts on January 28, 2020) Kashio's Kokoro wo Korosu Houhou volumes 1-4 (release starts on January 30, 2020) Chiyoko Sono's Ikenai Koto wo Shitekure (release starts on February 21, 2020)
futekiya boys-love will add 22 yaoi manga from the publisher, Home-sha Inc., in 2020.
Hidebu Takahashi's Yuki and Matsu (Yuki to Matsu; volumes 1-3) Maki Marukido's Me wo Tojite mo Hikari wa Mieru yo Mushiba's TENGOKU in the HELL Minta Suzumaru's Golden Sparkle Seika's Junketsu ☆ Knight no Glanz Reise (Junketsu ☆ Kishi no Glanz Reise) John Taratsumi's Arukohōru Communication (Alcohol Communication) Shinta Harekawa's Everyone Stand Up! Boys Love Private High School (Zenin Kiritsu! Shiritsu BL Gakuen Kōtō Gakkō) Naka Nakaoka's Tsuki wo Mezasu, Hoshi ni Naru (volumes 1-2) Neg Sekihara, Nanako Semori's Simplified Pervert Romance (Kaniteki Pervert Romance; volumes 1-2) Fujitobi's Awairo Emaki You Ohira's Koi mo Hitori wa Umakarazu Megane's Uemura-kun wa Majime na Iiko Maru Fujiyama's Pure Love Nostalgic (Junai Nostalgic) Jimi Fumikawa's Chika-chan to! Dento Hayane's Kimi niwa Fureruto Narutoko ga Atte Wataru Nanatsuno's Hatsukoi Encounter Chika Hongo's Setagaya Synchronicity Tomato Machida's Katakoi × Alliance amco's Logical Orion Mushiba's Kamisama wa Tabun Hidarikiki Hayariyamai's Shuten wa Tokyo Dento Hayane's Hankai no Hana
We get an anime adaptation of a novel called Yes ka No ka Hanbun ka (Is It Yes, No, or Somewhere in Between?) by Michi Ichiho
The wraparound jacket band on OFF AIR2 Yes ka No ka Hanbun ka, a collection of writings related to Michi Ichiho's Yes ka No ka Hanbun ka (Is It Yes, No, or Somewhere in Between?) boys-love light novel series, announced on Thursday that an anime adaptation of the series is in the works. The announcement did not reveal the anime's format.
The novels' story follows Kei Kunieda, a young and popular TV announcer who maintains a perfect facade in his professional life, but privately curses everyone around him as incompetent fools. However, a certain circumstance allows animation writer Ushio Tsuzuki to discover Kei's more acerbic side.
Ichiho launched the novel series with illustrations by Lala Takemiya in November 2014, and Shinshokan published the series' third volume in 2016. The series' first "OFF AIR" spinoff volume debuted in August 2017.
The series ranked #1 in the novel category of Next BOOKS's Kono BL ga Yabai! list in 2016, #2 in 2017, #1 in 2018, and #1 in 2019. The series also ranked #3 in the light novel category of the Yomiuri Shimbun's Sugoi Japan Awards in 2017.
The February 2020 issue of Shogakukan's Flowers magazine revealed on Saturday that Setona Mizushiro's The Cornered Mouse Dreams of Cheese (Kyūso wa Cheese no Yume o Miru) will get a new bonus chapter in the magazine's next issue on January 28. The chapter, titled "Hummingbird Rhapsody," will be about an event from Imagase's past. The chapter will have 31 pages, including color pages.
Seven Seas Entertainment licensed both Mizushiro's The Cornered Mouse Dreams of Cheese manga and the The Carp on the Chopping Block Jumps Twice sequel manga, and it describes the former's story:
Ootomo Kyoichi, a weak-willed salaryman in a troubled marriage, is cheating on his wife. To his surprise, his wife hires a private eye to expose his affair–and the private eye is none other than Imagase, an underclassman Kyoichi knew in college. Imagase explains that he's gay and always had a crush on Kyoichi, so he offers to hide the infidelity in exchange for the make-out session he'd always fantasized about back in college. Kyoichi reluctantly agrees, thinking it will save his marriage, but things with Imagase soon spiral out of control.
Shogakukan published the first single-volume manga in 2006 under its Judy Comics imprint. (Shogakukan's Judy magazine for adult women serialized from 1983 to 2008.) The manga already spawned a drama CD starring Yūichi Nakamura and Koji Yusa. The sequel shipped in 2009. Seven Seas Entertainment released The Cornered Mouse Dreams of Cheese on November 26, and it will release The Carp on the Chopping Block Jumps Twice on February 11.
The manga are inspiring a film adaptation that will open in the first half of 2020. Isao Yukisada is directing the film, with a script by Anne Horiizumi.
Manga artist Hatoko Machiya published a statement on Twitter on Monday asking fans to not purchase unofficial English versions of her work. Machiya referred to the scans of her work online as "illegally translated" and reminded readers that she is "not in a financial position to offer my work free-of-charge..."
Machiya's manga works include Orokamono Wangel Night, Chotto Matte yo Hanaya-san, and Koi to wa Yobenai. Her series have run in Taiyo Tosho's Craft and ihr HertZ and Libre Shuppan's Be x Boy Gold and Magazine Be x Boy magazines.
Machiya is not the first artist to attempt to deter readers from using unofficial scans. Gangsta. manga creator Kohsuke made a similar statement in October. Multiple creators issued supportive comments after pirate manga site Mangamura was shut down last year.
The official website for the anime shorts of ITKZ's boys-love manga The Titan's Bride (Kyojinzoku no Hanayome) opened on Wednesday and unveiled a new cast member, the main staff, July 5 television premiere, character designs, and a key visual for the anime.
Noriko Fujimoto joins the cast as Medina Nall Rosas, the ex-fiancée of Caius.
As previously announced, Yuuki Ono and Kento Itō voice the characters Caius Lao Bistail and Kōichi Mizuki, respectively, in both the anime and the separate drama CD that shipped with the manga's first compiled book volume on March 18.
Rei Ishikura (Overflow) is directing the anime at Studio Hōkiboshi (Overflow, Yubisaki kara no Honki no Netsujō: Osananajimi wa Shōbōshi), and Eeyo Kurosaki (Overflow) is writing the scripts. Shinichi Yoshikawa is serving as character designer and chief animation director.
Junpei Washimi is the color key artist, and Ue-gaki is in charge of art design. Taichi Maezuka is directing the art, and Masato Makino is the compositing director of photography with Natsuki Yasuda editing. Ayako Misawa is directing the sound at Black Flag.
The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX on Sunday, July 5 at 25:00 (effectively, Monday, July 6 at 1:00 a.m.) as the latest ComicFesta Anime title. In addition to the regular broadcast edition of the anime shorts, a complete "premium edition" with explicit scenes will stream on the ComicFesta Anime website. In addition, Tokyo MX will broadcast a special on June 28 at 25:00.
ComicFesta Anime is running a campaign in which randomly selected subscribers will receive a resident card to the story's kingdom and a listing in the anime's ending credits.
The manga's story begins when Kōichi, a tall player in his high school basketball team, is whisked away to another world while masturbating. There, he arrives in a kingdom of giants, and is asked by the kingdom's first prince to be his bride and bear his child.
ITKZ publishes the manga digitally under Suiseisha's Screamo label. Digital publisher Coolmic publishes the manga in English.
Old Man Dream: Yeah. After Tenchi Muyo, Masaki Kajishima dabbled into several other harem titles, some of which not being based in the Tenchi timeline, which all have the same resolution of where the male lead "has them all." But they aren't really as popular.
Jul 8, 2020 14:20:06 GMT
Taka: I need to finish Geminar and GXP. Just cancel FUNimation which leaves me until July 23rd unless there are at least 3 shows that catch my eye from this season.
Jul 9, 2020 3:27:17 GMT
Old Man Dream: Believe GXP was pulled from Funi's streaming site last year because their digital rights to the series expired. But you should still be able to stream War on Geminar on their site.
Jul 9, 2020 13:36:38 GMT
Taka: Darn, for some reason I thought it was still there. I finished Geminar. Well, I guess I proceed and watch the rest of those OVAs on CR.
Jul 10, 2020 1:37:08 GMT
Taka: I think I can write a review on Geminar. I wished I made a discussion thread and kept notes on it. I tend to forget small details and make mistakes when interpreting character actions.
Jul 12, 2020 17:34:16 GMT
Taka: How strange, when I log in, the colors via Fire Fox disappear. If I log out, I can see the color for hyperlink words. Anyways, been noticing God of High School has been the talk for WWE folks.
Jul 28, 2020 1:35:11 GMT