Did this one is english trasnlated and if yes can you tell me which one in spoiler.
I guess they probably mean Kitanai Kimi ga Ichiban Kawaii, which also recently sold enough of its 1st volume to have a reprint. But Yuri-Hime's biggest success of 2019's new series is Whispering You a Love Song.
I'm going to drop it in here that Canno has another short series called "Now Loading" that is available for purchase in English and I highly recommend it. It's really good, and if you get a chance you should definitely read it. Support the author and all that.
Oh wait I remember this? So it this being canceled bc of the reboot?
The series ran for 14 chapters (2 volumes) in Young Comic (so most of it is untranslated). Its publisher was going to move it to web serialization. I guess this might be because Young Comic was changing direction toward more erotica but that's not certain and other reasons are possible. But then it was announced that instead of carrying on as a web manga it would switch publishers and ended up restarting in Dengeki Daioh, where the number of yuri manga has been increased in the wake of YagaKimi.
Good for you, coz Kuzushiro ditched this manga and probably will never resume it.
Wait what ? I know the manga was finished but not that Kuzushiro cut it short. Is it true ?
Probably not. It wouldn't make sense for Kuzushiro to have said she wanted to restart it at a different publisher. It's more plausible that YH decided to end it at vol 6, Kuzushiro hoped to find a different publisher to keep it going, then couldn't actually get the green light for it.
The "Free Agent" strip is implying they have a deal that it will be Otome's turn to fondle Mari's breasts due to the baseball result (in Japanese the title was "FA" - their cup sizes - and Mari is referring to the trope of breasts growing bigger through fondling), then in the next strip Otome has changed into pyjamas and is tidying up the clothes Mari had been wearing while Mari is already in bed.
Minamoto herself says she's a woman. What's going on the "afterword man" is just that the Japanese sometimes use "man" as a suffix to mean someone doing a thing. Women do it too. The incongruity can be part of what tickles them about it.
Overseas fans may not be so familiar with this, so what exactly is the difference between Weekly Shonen Jump and Jump+?
Weekly Shonen Jump is a print magazine with a long history. The works are mainly aimed at teenage boys. That's the strong focus we keep in mind for Weekly Shonen Jump. But with Jump+, things are a little looser. Some of the works are aimed at adults or at women. It's full of new and different styles of manga that you haven't seen before, fighting at the front lines. I think it's made possible by the fact that it's all published digitally instead of on paper.
Jump+ is where Otome no Teikoku is now serialized and Suito-to.
Since it was unclear in the earlier comments, both this manga and its sequel/reboot are completed. They each lasted '1 volume' (but were long - the first with 19 chapters and the second with 20 chapters). The spoilers a few pages ago seem to be a joke.
There were more chapters serialized, but were never collected in a 3rd tank.
Rarer than yuri-ish CGDCT series, but several times more common than series where girls actually get together (there's roughly 10 het Kirara series currently). The yuri-ish CGDCT series don't usually spring male love interests though.
And from what I understand, it seems like Yae is not in favor of the whole Mina-Kazuki thingy. Pretty understandable when the age gap is 24 years.
She's so upset that she doesn't even want to hear Mina acknowledge the relationship exists. She warns Mina that if she maintains the relationship then she'll try to break them up even if it means reporting them to the police. Kazuki has no idea of this when Mina proposes and talks at the end about being sure her mother will be supportive, while Mina knows there will be trouble ahead for them. Quite a bold way to finish a manga, but true to the way it approach the concept.
It seems likely to me that the difficulty was that they were finding their work rate wasn't fast enough. It was a series that often had months off (this month's issue will be 4th it missed this year) and what they said about the editor suggesting forms in which to continue it would make sense - it would mean stuff like switching to bimonthly or just being a web series (YH's web series basically each just do their own loose schedule). But release rate has direct consequences on a mangaka's income.