So, this week. Pokemon Black and White is out, K-On sequel mangas announced, and then on Thursday/Friday, tragedy hit Japan, and continues through today, which had affected many in the blogshere on many different levels. Btw, there will be no suggested reading next week. I’ll be at a con.
Just as Planned speculates on Tiger & Bunny
Fate/Stay Night Tsukihime crossover delayed again. It’s okay, I can wait…
Scamp posts his thoughts on the season preview. It’s…a typical season preview, anime that looks like is may be good, anime that probably will be bad, and anime that no one knows what the hell expect.
Abandoned Factory’s picks and predictions for the Spring Season
Regarding K-On, Valence asks how profit affects anime.
Nopy’s Blog on Yosuga no Sora
Oguie Maniax and Creamy Mami
Otaku Life reviews MM
JP was not forced to watch Giant Robo
Pokemon through the generations from AnimeYume
Japanator recommends YS I & II
Both Powered By Sugar and Chikorita157 are doing playthroughs of the new pokemon games
While I don’t buy figures, I love to look at them! This Touko is so cute!
A very popular story this week, Why I Would Rather Work With the Yazuka then National Geographic Television, where a man details that his attempt to do a program with NGT for the Yazuka went horribly wrong
Beneath the Tangles heart is with Libya
Orgins of the peace sign in Japan
Tsunami and Earthquake related links
On a side note, my boyfriend’s cousin in Japan. I’ve been thinking about her a lot, and if you’ve been praying, please include her. She’s okay, and has been letting us know what’s going on, and to be honest, it sounds terrifying.
Pray for Japan then Give to Japan
2DT has a moment of silence
Major Arcana says Japan has the biggest things to worry about right now
Oguie Maniax hopes they’re okay
Otaku Life on the Earthquake
Shinmaru says we owe a bit of help
Animeyume offers her condolences
Hanners Anime Blog reflects
Japanater updates and offers advice on how you can help
Said cousin asks for prayers and points out the dumbness in yelling at people for praying.
More links on what you can do to help
Rabbitpoets on how to help Japan