- "Is Tokyopop Rising from the Dead?" by Brigid Alverson
- Kore wa-Tokyopop-Zombie Desu ka? - AstroNerdBoy
- "Tokyopop back...sorta, teamed with GeekChicDaily" by The Beat
- "Like a zombie it will dig itself back up again: Is Tokyopop returning?" by JK Parkin - Highlights the confusion about whether Tokyopop will be publishing manga again or not.
- Tokyopop Manga on Twitter - I'm not comfortable with Twitter, but I read through some of this anyway, and it strikes me as weird. It's definitely clear that whoever it is that's tweeting understands that people have good reason to be skeptical, and there are references to "I'll say who I am once I get permission" but I didn't see anything that actually proved that this is really Tokyopop yet.
- Tokyopop on Facebook - I've only scanned it, but it makes for much less bizarre reading than the tweets. There are a lot of people asking if Tokyopop is really back, asking about Tokyopop manga, etc. I didn't see any actual responses from Tokyopop (or whoever it is), just the usual updates a corporation like this might put up if there weren't huge questions about whether they're real, what their plans are, and what their status is. Judging by some of the stuff I read, I'm guessing that Tokyopop's responses have long since been buried by other comments and updates (plus, I got tired of trying to go back far enough to see those responses, or maybe I just missed them). GeekChicDaily is everywhere, though.
I don't want a newsletter, I want manga. Happily, I also found out today that several series I enjoyed that were left in Tokyopop's dust have been licensed by other companies: Viz picked up Loveless, and Yen Press picked up Alice in the Country of Hearts (with Seven Seas Entertainment licensing Alice in the Country of Clover - yay!).