Viz has announced that they will begin offering their manga on the digital, cloud based comiXology platform using its right-to-left "Manga Fixed Format." The publisher's manga is also offered on their own platform, Nook, iBookstore, Kindle and Google Play. Meanwhile Dark Horse has begun offering CLAMP titles on their digital platform starting with Clover and Card Captor Sakura. More after the jump.
North America publisher Dark Horse has announced their plans for July comics and September books. With CLAMP's Drug & Drop coming from the publisher in 2015, an omnibus of its predecessor Legal Drug is scheduled for September. Their release of the second collection of the anticipated Lone Wolf and Cub sequel is also planned for the month. More after the jump.
Remember the 1990s? Furyu Corporation will start offering new prizes featuring Mokona, a rabbit-like mascot creature from CLAMP's popular fantasy manga series in the mid-1990s, Magic Knight Rayearth, to Sega's amusement facilities across Japan in late April. Check the photos after the jump.
Fate/stay night was released in Japan on January 30, 2004 for Windows PCs. In honor of this Type-Moon, Kadokawa, and Banpresto are presenting a special flower themed Ichiban Kubji prize lottery, the A prizes for which is B2 size art by CLAMP, pako and Shizuki Morri. Kadokawa's Young Ace has posted a special preview of the CLAMP contribution. Get a look after the jump.
Coming up next month, the May issue of manga magazine Young Jump, set to be released May 4th, will feature a special extra edition of CLAMP's Drug and Drop. The series' predicessor, Legal Drug was released in North America by Tokyopop. More after the jump.