Fans of Ken Akamatsu's work can get up close and personal with his art in March at Tokyo Skytree Town. A new exhibition, put on in honor of the upcoming UQ HOLDER! anime, will feature original art, memorabilia from Akamatsu's office, and limited-edition goods. Hit the jump for more info!
Negima and Love Hina manga author Ken Akamatsu established the J-Comi website in 2011 to distribute out-of-print manga titles via ad-supported, author-authorized DRM-free e-books. Evolving the offering, a recent J-Comi FANding trial, inspired by Kickstarter and DRM-free Harry Potter eBook Pottermore, met its goal in a blazing twenty minutes. More after the jump.