No deal signed yet for CLAMP‘s fantasy romance manga.
The North American publisher Dark Horse Comics has revealed at its Comic-Con International panel on Saturday that it is negotiating with the Universal film studio on the rights to develop a movie based on CLAMP‘s Clover manga. However, the two companies have not made a deal yet. Dark Horse acquired the North American rights to publish the manga last year after Tokyopop had previously published it.
Source: AnimeNews Network
Picked up Yen Plus August 2009,Shonen Jump August 2009 and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Vol.3.
Picked up some cool comics today, i got Batman #530,531,532 & 688, Green Lantern #43,Wednesday Comics #1, North 40 #1, The Unwritten #3, GenNext:: United #3, X-Men Forever #3, MS Marvel #41, Gold Digger #108, Gold Digger: Peebo Tales #5, Gold Digger Swimsuit Special #17, and Street Fighter II Turbo #7. On the Manga side i got NightWarriors: Darkstalkers Revenge for 3.50 and i picked up Girls of Gaming Vol.5.
Went back and picked up some Manga and Comics. I got Yokai Doctor Vol.1, AmeFurashi Vol.1 for 4.00 a piece and also picked up Grimm Fairy Tales Vol.6 Trade and the newest issue of The Runaways #11.
Picked up Spiral Vol.7, Pig Bride Vol.1. Nightschool Vol.1, Girls of Gaming Vol.3,Playstation Magazine August 2009 and Megami Magazine March 2009 today.
Sorry for the late post on this, had ISP Issues. Finally got my order in from Rightstuf for Vampire Hunter D Manga Vol.3 Published by DMP. This is a great series and i recommend picking it up. Also recommend the Novel Series that Darkhorse Published too.
Picked up Black God Vol.6 from Yen Press and the March & April 2009 Newtype Japans.
Picked up the new Comic Ag #105 today, Hobby Japan April & May 2009 and Megami Magazine March 2009.
Picked up only one manga this week which was Code Geass: Nightmare of Nunnally Vol.1 published by Bandai. Also picked up Cross Edge for the PS3, can’t wait to pop it in later.
Guin Saga‘s 126 main volumes, 21 side story volumes inspired manga, anime.
Kaoru Kurimoto, the mystery, fantasy, and historical novelist best known for her Guin Saga epic series, has passed away on Tuesday at 7:18 p.m. She was 56. She was in a Tokyo hospital due to pancreatic cancer which was diagnosed in 2007. She leaves behind her husband Kiyoshi Imaoka.
Kurimoto was born under the name Sumiyo Yamada on February 13, 1953 in Tokyo. Under the names Kaoru Kurimoto and Azusa Nakajima, she wrote hundreds of novels and stories, including The Sword of Paros (which was adapted into manga by Yumiko Igarashi) and Makai Sui Koten. However, her most well-known work is the the Guin Saga novel series, which spanned 126 main volumes and 21 side story volumes and sold 30 million copies. It inspired both a manga series drawn by Hajime Sawada and a television anime series which premiered in April.
Source: Sankei Shimbun via Moon Phase Comments
SasaharaX: This is very sad news, my heart goes out to his family.