Here’s what you may have missed at Manga Bookshelf last week, July 22nd-28th!
CLAMP was the keyword of the week, as we hosted July’s Manga Moveable Feast focusing on their work. These were the contributions from Manga Bookshelf bloggers:
- CLAMP MMF: Introduction and CLAMP Directory (MJ, Manga Bookshelf)
- Pick of the Week: CLAMP Edition (MJ, Sean Gaffney, & Michelle Smith, Manga Bookshelf)
- Why You Should Read Cardcaptor Sakura (MJ, Manga Bookshelf)
- Off the Shelf: Tokyo Babylon (MJ, Michelle Smith, & Danielle Leigh, Manga Bookshelf)
- 3 Things Thursday: Favorite CLAMP Women (MJ, Manga Bookshelf)
- Fanservice Friday: The Fujoshi Heart of CLAMP (MJ, Manga Bookshelf)
- Let’s Get Visual: A Tale of Two Series (Michelle Smith and MJ, Soliloquy in Blue)
- The Shoujo Beauty of X (MJ, Manga Bookshelf)
- My 5 Favorite CLAMP Manga (Katherine Dacey, The Manga Critic)
- The Best Manga You’re Not Reading: Suki (Katherine Dacey, The Manga Critic)
- Chatting About CLAMP (Michelle Smith & Karen Peck, Soliloquy in Blue)
- Some Thoughts on CLAMP (Sean Gaffney, A Case Suitable for Treatment)
You can find the full archive of posts here.
In other news….
From the main blog:
Matt Blind checked out online manga bestsellers from the weeks ending June 17th and June 24th.
In the latest installment of “It Came from the Sinosphere,” Sara K. looked at the idol drama Autumn’s Concerto.
From The Manga Critic:
Kate asked, Who’s Your Favorite Female Shonen Artist?
From A Case Suitable for Treatment:
Sean reviewed Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Vol. 6, The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan, Vol. 1, and Angel Para Bellum, Vol. 1. He also took a look at Manga the Week of 8/1.
Back from SDCC, Brigid did some linking with San Diego recap & some things to look forward to, Viz speaks!, and News from JManga, new manga on the shelves.
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