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Lives of Butterfly Puzzles on Amazon

Lives of Butterfly Puzzles

Lives of Butterfly Puzzles on Amazon? … so to speak. Fellow Kuriousity reviewer Andre has spotted some new books on Amazon.ca early this week from Tokyopop:

Lives (Vol. 01) – Masayuki Taguchi [Nov 29 2010]

“The peaceful lives of many are taken away as a freak meteor shower destroys the Kanto area of Japan. However, the lives of the victims aren’t lost, as they start to awaken one by one into a strange pre-historic world…”

Butterfly (Vol. 01) – Yu Aikawa [Jan 3 2011]

Puzzle+ (Vol. 01) – Manami Sugano (unconfirmed) [Jan 3 2011]

Please keep in mind that until titles are officially annouced by the company, all listings found on retail sites remain purely speculative.

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3 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Amazon (US) has some new listings from Tokyopop/Blu: Tea for Two 4 [4/6/10], Love Knot [4/6/10], Cute Devil [4/27/2010], Calling [6/29/10], Scarlet [8/3/10].

    Interestingly, TRSI has all of these titles just listed with the exceptions of Calling and Scarlet. They are also listing Yubisaki Milk Tea 8, although Amazon doesn't appear to have listed/relisted this title yet.

    The Blu website has been promising an update for about 3 weeks now, so I assume that these will be a part of it.

    • Lissa says:

      Calling and Scarlet appeared on Amazon early November but BLU has since then confirmed all four of the titles you mentioned in their recent press release (a welcome sign of life from the imprint!). It's wonderful seeing the series confirmed and on the horizon ^^ I'm especially looking forward to Tea for Two (Vol. 04) and am currently awaiting delivery of volume 3.

      Definitely looking forward to BLU's website updating too – really slick design and easy to navigate – only really marred by the lack of updates.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I just got Tea for Two vol. 3 and it was definitely an enjoyable read. Read it and Madness vol. 1 and am expecting Liberty Liberty! to hit my mailbox any day now… seems like Blu is on a roll, let's hope for the best!

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