The Yaoi Review links us to a post at manga publisher Go! Comi's website that talks about the company's myriad problems-- in vague, unspecific terms, to be sure (it's unusual for a company to talk about the specific things that have gone wrong), but I had noticed how rarely Go! Comi titles appear in my Quick Picks release calendars these days, and I would really like the second (and third) volumes of Kurogane Communication eventually. Volume two was due out in September of 2008.
the post, Go! Comi apologizes for the delays and explains that they can't really promise specific release dates for any of the delayed titles because publishing is so unpredictable that "what is on hold today might literally go into production tomorrow." The company also posits that they may have to shut down their website in order to keep costs down and keep books coming-- regular users will be given advance warning if this has to happen.
None of it sounds super positive, but at least they're being somewhat honest and open about it, instead of continually promising a return and new books and then not delivering...*coughs*