The CLAMP edition of the Manga Moveable Feast is well on its way! I kicked things off yesterday morning with my Introduction & CLAMP Directory, including an overview of all CLAMP’s works published in English.
The blogosphere was a-buzz with CLAMP yesterday, and I’m quite pleased to note that many of the entries I received came from writers outside the usual crowd. Keep ’em coming, fandom!
Over at the Organization Anti-Social Geniuses, Justin was so eager to start, he began a day early, expressing his (so far) disappointment with CLAMP’s work and asking for suggestions in Sunday Spotlight: Where Should One Start With CLAMP?
Jade at Jade’s Escape laments the difficulty of finding CLAMP fans in Okinawa, in CLAMP: The Known-Unknown Manga-ka.
“You know, CLAMP,” I said excitedly before repeating the name with Japanese pronunciation: “Ku-la-n-pu”. My Japanese co-worker scrunched up his face in the same way my students looked at me whenever I spoke English.
At Experiments in Manga, Ash Brown offers up a CLAMP-focused My Week in Manga: July 16-July 22, 2012.
Aaron speaks his mind at Manga Energy, sharing his personal view on one of CLAMP’s recurring themes, in Love Is Not All You Need: A Refutation of Clamp’s underlying philosphy of “love”.
At The Manga Otaku, Tiffany mulls over a few thoughts on Chobits.
And back home at Manga Bookshelf, Michelle, Sean, and I make CLAMP the subject of our latest Pick of the Week.
In CLAMP reviews, yesterday brought us Lexie’s take on Clover at Poisoned Rationality, and Ayame’s on Man of Many Faces at The Beautiful World.
That’s the roundup for Day 1! More to come! All entries are linked from the CLAMP MMF archive.
To submit your contributions to the CLAMP MMF for inclusion in this month’s archive, please send your links by email to email@example.com or via Twitter to @mbeasi. If you would like your contribution(s) to be hosted at Manga Bookshelf, please email them to MJ, along with any included images.
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