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I’m still very late with everything, but better late than never! I guess the biggest news is that Egmont is continuing the series that were discontinued by Tokyopop earlier this year: Hell Girl, Perfect Girl and School Rumble. Note that the publishers themselves have not disclosed if they licensed more manga. This is not their official list, so I might’ve missed some. Oh, I left out all new Light Novel licenses.

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Long overdue, but here they are: the releases for March. I can’t remember if I did buy the manga for March, but a quick glimpse at the German releases tells me that there aren’t really any interesting series to be bought anyway. Maybe on the other side of the Atlantic? More information once I post my shopping list.

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Manga Releases in February, aye. I want to survive! Well, anyways, I managed to motivate myself enough to rearrange my books and folders, so I have a bit more room now for more manga, not much, but I guess I will have to sell some via ebay – if I weren’t so lazy.

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Ah, I never thought I would be MIL (missing in laziness) for so long. I’m done with my exams as well as my extended essays (they were due to the end of march). I guess I’m behind a few months; after all this is still my February shopping list. Then again this was written on May the 5th. I’m not sure how active I will stay as I lost most of my motivation to read manga. They just seem boring to me. I’m reading occasionally, but not as much as I used to and I don’t enjoy it as much as well. And this blog is now more like a burden than an enjoyment, sigh. (I don’t know where to put my manga anyway, I have NO SPACE!)

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As always, here are the January releases in Germany. It’s a very nice “genre” mix and consists of titles beloved worldwide; possibly because there are nine seinen manga released this month. Furthermore, there are two very appealing, more mature shounen titles like: Welcome to NHK and Blood+. ALSO, THE HANDBALL WORLD CUP STARTED!

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Here’s my very late shopping list for December and my just-in-time list for January. Sadly, amazon just had to deliver my December orders after I left for my home town and by now the mail probably has been already sent back, because I didn’t fetch them within the 7-day period. Oh well, guess I’ll have to order them again. No money lost.
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2009. Already. Well, my awards will contain five categories, will only consider German releases, AND only manga I bought and read! Makes sense doesn’t it?! Therefore the manga pool for the possible winners is a bit small and only focuses on the MANLY releases of the year (or: see topic). Below you can find my decisions.
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Lots of shounen ai manga were released by the several German publishers in December. Presents for the numerous yaoi fangirls in Germany? I would think so. Overall the number of manga is surprisingly low, however, some publishers will release their January novelties before Christmas. Therefore the amount of actual December releases will be far more than the average ~50/month.
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A few weeks ago Egmont and Carlsen both announced their new licenses for spring & summer 2009. Below you can find an overview with four additional Tokyopop.de titles added. Nothing strikes me as really interesting so far, but Shinanogawa and Aruka Hito are on my possible-purchase-list.

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I know. I know. I’m not really active at the moment. It’s partly because of my university I and partly because I re-discovered my love for Starcraft and Warcraft III, so every free minute I have, I spend on either playing Starcraft or Warcraft III. I’ll try and write all my regular posts, I’ll see if I manage to do so. So here are the releases for November!

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