Tag Archives: doujinshi
Greetings all! It’s been ages since my last post, but I’ve been very hard at work as of late. This past week I’ve spent much time optimizing the site and making all sorts of revisions. While the site is indeed still young, I’ve totally managed to crank it up performance-wise. Just check out that sexy navigation menu — now 100% of it is our code and still reeking of that new menu smell. Delicious.
This last week was also significant in that I finally received my copy of Witches of the Sphinx. While I had to fight through Idaho’s very poorly planned road construction, I did indeed survive the excruciating trip to the post office and would like to pass my joy onto you all. Continue reading
If you haven’t been able to tell, I’m always trying to keep up on that magical mecha-musume world of Strike Witches. The latest hot topic in the Strike Witches universe has gotten me all sorts of excited. A Strike Witches doujinshi, titled Witches of the Sphinx, is scheduled for release today. One special note: this doujinshi is being simultaneously released in both Japanese and English versions. In particular it’s provoked a lot of thought on the subject of Japanese/English simultaneous releases and whether or not they can enhance the success of a given project. Continue reading