Funimation Licenses Hyou-ka and Record of Lodoss War

Funimation has revealed to have two new licenses today, one from 2012 based off a mystery novel and a 90’s fantasy anime.

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Juné Reveals Plans for New Yaoi Kickstarter

The BL publisher Juné has posted they will be kickstarting an effort to publish all of Psyche Delico‘s current digital titles to print. This would include four books: Pure Love’s Sexy Time Vol. 1Pure Love’s Sexy Time Vol. 2Eroman – Paper, Pen, Sex, and The Rest Is A Love Thing?! so far. Those under 18 should not proceed.

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Utano☆Princesama Tops Weekly Animation DVD and Blu-ray Ranking for April 3-9

For the weekly rankings of DVD and Blu-ray sales in animated media in Japan, the fourth Utano☆Princesama Legend Star disc had the most sales for April 3-9 on both lists. Once again, it’s becoming evident the fujoshi dollar is becoming stronger in the anime market.

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First Anime License Male Smart Doll Confirmed to be Spike Spiegel

Are you aware of Smart Doll? If not, you need to know Smart Doll is a “fashion doll” created by popular blogger and business man Danny Choo that has crossed the boundary between otaku culture and the mainstream, but still quite popular in the otaku market.

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Nitroplus Blasterz Getting European and Australian Release

Today Marvelous Europe announced the fighting game featuring visual novel protagonists Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel will be released in Europe and Australia.

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“Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection” a Book for Fans of Retro Games

The Super Famicom is the original console that was called the Super Nintendo in the West. But its original Japanese counterpart is a mystery to most overseas fans. Many titles remained in Japan, and with it a trove of video game history. Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection, hopes to capture a fragment of that world in the form of Japanese video game box art.

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