MangaBlog points out that Comixpedia has posted an interview with artist Sonia Leong and writer Lloyd Prentice about Aya Takeo, their latest webcomic.

From ANN comes an interview with A.D. Vision co-founder and CEO John Ledford, who talks about the current state of ADV and its plans for the manga market.

Via: MangaBlog

In "Profiles in Manga, Part 2," Manga Life's Park Cooper continues to interview global manga artists about their background and their works. Part 1 can be found here.

Also, in a Maison Ikkoku article, PLAYBACK:stl's Jason Green interviews the series' adaptor Gerald Jones.

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From MangaCast comes a podcast interview with Inui Sekihiko made during Fanime 2007. The interview touches on Inui Sekihiko's background, inspirations, doujinshi as well as his manga.

In the latest Flipped column, David Welsh interviews Tokyopop's manga editor Lillian Diaz-Przybyl, who talks about what it's like to be an editor in the manga industry.

In the latest issue of PWCW, Bill Aguiar interviews Megatokyo creator Fred Gallagher, who talks about his work as well as Megatokyo Volume 5, which will be released later this month.

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Kim Tae-Hyung (?????????), creator of Planet Blood, is one of the more well-known manhwa artists today. His works are published in American Tokyopop and in Brazil by Lumus Publishing company.

From Papo de Budega comes an interview with Kim Tae-Hyung, who talks about his well-known title as well as various other projects.

Source: Papo de Budega

In his latest Flipped column, David Welsh interviews Simon Jones from Icarus Publishing. In the interview Simon talks about his experience with Icarus Publishing, the U.S. manga market, and the need for niche publishers.

Also, over at Comixpedia Brigid Alverson interviews Audra Furuichi and Scott Yoshinaga, creators of the webcomic Nemu-nemu.

Tokyopop has posted an interview with Anike Hage, a global manga artist from Germany and creator of Gothic Sports.

Source: Deutsche Mangaka

From Pink Raygun comes an interview with Camilla D'Errico, artist of Del Rey's Make 5 Wishes,a manga that features Avril Lavigne as one of its characters.

Via: When Fangirls Attack