Tag Archive: crunchyroll
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Sweetness and Lightning
甘々と稲妻 (Amaama to Inazuma)
Seinen – Slice-of-life
5 Volumes (ongoing)
After his wife’s death, high school teacher Kohei is left raising his daughter Tsumugi alone. The pair relies on prepared meals, but Tsumugi starts wanting cooked meals. Kohei ends up at restaurant owned by the mother of a girl he met, but the girl, Kotori, doesn’t know how to cook either! Plus, Kotori is his student!
New York Comic Con was this past weekend, so let’s take a look at manga and light novel news!
クズの本懐 (Kuzu no Honkai)
Seinen – Drama, romance, mature
4 Volumes / 22 Chapters (ongoing)
Hanabi and Mugi look like the perfect couple, but the two share a secret: they’re both in love with someone else, each using the other as a substitute. But they may not be the only ones struggling with feelings and relationships…
Takahashi-san is Listening.
高橋さんが聞いている。(Takahashi-san ga Kiite Iru.)
Shounen – Comedy
34 Chapters (ongoing)
Ena is a rising idol with a rather unique hobby: eavesdropping on two of her classmates! Nara and Mikage have…unique conversations, and Ena can’t stop listening. However, she must keep her hobby a secret, so Ena is always looking for places to hide while controlling the urge to smack them.
It’s Labor Day Weekend here in the U.S. So to celebrate the last weekend of summer, how about some manga and anime deals? Most sales end Monday, so be sure to get your orders in!
Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji LOVE Revolutions
Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Revolutions
Shoujo – Romance, comedy, reverse harem, musical
13 Episodes (complete)
While working as ST☆RISH’s composer, Shining Saotome gives Haruka a new job: write a song for QUARTET NIGHT to compete to be the opening act in an international sports event. ST☆RISH, however, can’t help but be envious of their senpai…
Anime Expo was this weekend, and the manga publishers delivered a whole slew of announcements. Let’s take a look!
ANN reports US licensed series The Seven Deadly Sins and Yowamushi Pedal tied for best shounen manga in the 39th Kodansha Manga Awards. The first series is simu-published by Crunchyroll, and Kodansha USA releases the print volumes. Yowamushi Pedal was recently acquired by Yen Press. The winners for best shoujo manga, general manga, and the special award are not licensed in the US.
I really like The Seven Deadly Sins. It’s a series that seems like it would be rather typical shounen fare, but it puts enough twists to make it fresh. I never paid much attention to Yowamushi Pedal until Yen Press announced their license and so many people were ecstatic. This news makes me more interested now.