News about the series that was too hot for Facebook coming soon?
Okayado's Monster Musume is one the manga series that people have been assuming will get an anime adaptation sooner rather than later. (Chinkaron Piiesu's New Game! is another if you're curious.) It was even officially floated as a hypothetical in a series of fan polls. Now, ahead of Friday the 13th's Japanese release of volume 7, early buzz is that the anticipated anime is about to be announced for summer 2015.
On the more official side, the store bonuses were revealed this...
Tora bonus leaflet
Melon book cover
Seven Net card
ママ勢の乳比べ pic.twitter.com/ozM8UlJZ0g— オタコム (@otakomu) March 11, 2015
Speaking of the series, its North American release from Seven Seas is apparently too hot for Facebook.
Retailer Robert's Anime Corner Store included the note in their newsletter that
As a side note, Facebook sent us a notice after we posted that we had Musume #6 in stock, saying that the cover art did not meet their 'acceptable material standards' due to it being sexually explicit, thus the post would not be propogated out to our audience there:
"Your post has been flagged because it violates Facebook's Guidelines by featuring an image containing excessive amounts of skin or suggestive content. Facebook does not allow images that depict people in explicit or suggestive positions, or images that show nudity or cleavage - even if portrayed for artistic or educational reasons."
No kidding. I mean seriously, what do they have against spiders? -_^