"Fairy Tail" and "Yuruyuri" Authors Sketch Summer Greetings

Hiro Mashima mentions anime meetings and Tweets set of eight shochu-mimai

A couple of our favorite manga auther/social media stars have gotten into the spirit of the season. Shochu-mimai are summer greeting cards, sent in Japan between July and August 7.There's also zansho-mimai, sent from August 8th to the end of the month. Beyond Tweeting that he's been "meeting of the new anime project," Fairy Tail's posted a set of eight shochu-mimai.


Meanwhile, YuruYuri author Namori has some adorable work of her own.  


Described as a random napkin sketch


Doodle in honor of Marine Day


Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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