Daemon, Daniel Suarez, 2009, Dutton Adult. ISBN: 0525951113, 26.95. K-ON! Vol. 1, Kakifly, Nov. 2010, Yen Press. ISBN: 978-0316119337, 11.99. Intro and Outro: “Train of Thought, by Andrew Lubman – linked below http://www.musicalley.com/music/listeners/artistdetails.php?BandHash=a0b7f6596422c80c407910fbc5f717e7 Other things mentioned in this episode: Dick Tracy; Tarzan; Marmaduke; Baby Blues; Saturday Night Live; Glades; Claymore; Fruits Basket; Peach Girl; [...]
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Episode 13 of ComicPop Library is finally here! This one turned out to be a longer than normal episode, but it’s still great listening. Join the crew, along with our guest Charity, as we review and discuss Deamon by Daniel Suarez and K-ON! by Kakifly. Episode 13: Deamons Have Taken Over
Sentai Filmworks has announced that they have licensed the second season of K-ON! So all you K-ON fans rejoice. I speculate that it will probably be released during the third or fourth quarter of the year. So if you have an anime section within your library mark your calendars to begin looking for the ordering [...]
K-ON! fans in Osaka will have a unique opportunity on December 3. The Apollo Cinemas 8 will be showing midnight screenings of the upcoming K-ON! film. The theater is warning individuals that drive to watch the screen will have to find alternate parking, because the parking lot that the Apollo Cinemas 8 is located closes [...]
Tokyo’s Namco Namja Town is having fun again. This time it’s with the release of the K-ON! film. To celebrate K-ON!’s release they will have desserts and entrees from November 18-January 27 with a K-ON! theme. Pictured above is the variety of food that will be available. If you want a closer look follow the [...]
The Keihan Railway in Japan is the latest company to have fun with the country’s pop culture. Starting Monday, in Otsu City, the company will have a “Ho-kage Tea Time Train” that will be wrapped in images of K-ON! characters. The train will run from the Ishiyamadera to the Sakamota Stations on the Otsu line [...]
Thanks to Bandai, using YouTube, for providing this trailer for K-ON.