Manga Moveable Feast

#801MMF: The Fujoshi Bible

In Eureka’s Fujoshi Manga Compendium, there’s this interesting section where they list down the things a fujoshi must read. They called it the Fujoshi Manga Bible.  I thought it’d be best to share the list down here for fujoshi to check what these women think are titles […]

#801MMF: What is Boy’s Love Manga (BL)?

“What is BL?” A question I ask fujoshi who I meet here and there. “Schmex,” is always the immediate answer that often comes with an almost mischievous laugh. “Boy’s Love and everything that comes in between” is the most straightforward answer. “Is that the same […]

801 MMF: Happy Yaoi no Hi!

Ladies and gents! I’m happy to announce that finally the 801 Manga Moveable Feast is officially open! 😀 As host of this month’s MMF, I would like to invite all you enthusiastic fujoshi with so many feels to participate in this BL manga feast! Or, […]

#801MMF Giveaway No. 2: Name your kinks

Fujojos, wat do? I’ve been stuck in a limbo trying to find some few titles to write about without knowing, what do you fujojos exactly want? Well other than SCHMEX, I know you fujojos can get specific. A kink meme is a litany to our […]

#801MMF Giveaway No. 1: We want new webcomics!

I’ve done this last year and we’re doing this again! 😀 Last year was so much fun and with all your recs, all of us spent some sweet time reading those awesome BL recs. But we know that that there’s more out there. And there’s […]

801 MMF: A Fujojo Fiyaysta!

801. Yaoi. Boy’s Love. Tanbi. Shounen-Ai. BL. Pr0n.  Call it whatever you want. Fujoshi. Fudanshi. Fujojo. Call us whatever you want. We probably wouldn’t care because all we know is that 8/01 is our special day and here in Otaku Champloo we’ll be celebrating a […]

History MMF: Little Loud Voices: World War II Remembered by 3 Artists

War is a victorious, perhaps bitter, maybe a painful playground for adults. In war, we imagine soldiers moving to shoot their enemies, nurses rushing to heal the injured, politicians and generals posing in front of battle plans, and civilians running away from the crossfire. Our […]

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History MMF: #24 – Ooku no Ko by Bikke

Tudors England is quite tricky — especially when you have a king who’s been hacking off his wives’ heads. One can only imagine the level of distrust in a royal court filled with intrigue and political turmoil. Ooku no K0, Child of the Kingdom, by […]

History MMF: Chapter 2

This chapter’s quite interesting as I’m receiving diverse reviews for the MMF! So here’s a recap on some of the things written this week! First! Ash has reviewed Vagabond, by Inoue Takahiko, a retelling of Miyamoto Musashi’s life.  He dwells on the themes found in […]

History MMF: Manga and Memories

Whenever I submit proposals to my old university, professors will always ask me “Why historical manga?” The whole world believes that comics are just comics. They are a shallow form of entertainment that exists to amuse us and that in itself is not bad but […]