Manga Monday: Pink, It's the Color of Passion

Looking for another reason to get into Kyoko Okazaki’s PINK. Check out this write up from All-Comic.com.

Real fairy tales don’t have a happy ending; life, real or fictional, just isn’t that simple. Pink by Kyoko Okazaki explores life as a distorted fable, a cautionary tale which ignores the caution it seeks to convey.

- All-Comic.com

Kyoko Okazaki’s PINK will be shipping to reviewers this weekend. And it is shipping to retailers now.

Experience one of the pillars of modern josei in this classic from the mother of Japanese women’s comics later this month! 

Only from Vertical!

Kyoko Okazaki’s PINK will be shipping to reviewers this weekend. And it is shipping to retailers now.

Experience one of the pillars of modern josei in this classic from the mother of Japanese women’s comics later this month!

Only from Vertical!

sugarviolin:

The Utsubora cover reminded me a bit of Sachi and Yuka from Kokusyoku Sumire. Here it is adorned by their disembodied heads for comparison. :3

sugarviolin:

The Utsubora cover reminded me a bit of Sachi and Yuka from Kokusyoku Sumire. Here it is adorned by their disembodied heads for comparison. :3

More Helter Skelter sightings!!!

Via Barrierd… It’s Helter Skelter Day.

Via Barrierd… It’s Helter Skelter Day.

So our newest license acquisition is Moyoco Anno’s bio-manga “Insufficient Direction.”

Here Moyoco details her budding romance and eventual marriage with renowned director Hideaki Anno (Neon Genesis Evangelion). It’s a funny, touching and insightful look into the lives of two of Japan’s biggest names in anime/manga culture. 

Look for it in stores next spring!

So our newest license acquisition is Moyoco Anno’s bio-manga “Insufficient Direction.”

Here Moyoco details her budding romance and eventual marriage with renowned director Hideaki Anno (Neon Genesis Evangelion). It’s a funny, touching and insightful look into the lives of two of Japan’s biggest names in anime/manga culture.

Look for it in stores next spring!

asumiko:

xtynn:

My Utsubora preorder came, yay <3 It’s absolutely beautiful, I hope more of Nakamura Asumiko’s work comes out in English. There are very few manga that I can be bothered to purchase nowadays, but I think her work is worth it and she deserves the support.

Come on Asumiko-sensei’s fans, her work deserves a shot!

What she said :)

asumiko:

xtynn:

My Utsubora preorder came, yay <3 
It’s absolutely beautiful, I hope more of Nakamura Asumiko’s work comes out in English. There are very few manga that I can be bothered to purchase nowadays, but I think her work is worth it and she deserves the support.

Come on Asumiko-sensei’s fans, her work deserves a shot!

What she said :)

Source: xtynn