Gardena, CA, May 9, 2006 - Digital Manga Publishing, one of the industry's most innovative manga licensing and publishing companies, has announced the acquisition of two highly anticipated titles. "DMP does more than just yaoi!" exclaims Eric Rosenberger, Sales and Distribution Manager, "Look for more mainstream titles to be announced during the upcoming convention season."
This international touring exhibit features historic Japanese manga, with a special emphasis on shojo mangaâcomic books for girls. The exhibit features 23 renowned shojo manga creators and more than 200 works from World War II to the present. The pieces in this exhibit come together for the first and only time in NYC.
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Los Angeles, CA (May, 2006) -- In an industry first, TOKYOPOP, the #1 publisher of global manga today announces the launch of two revolutionary children's publishing programs: Manga Chapters for 6-9 year olds and Manga Readers for 8-12 year olds. Comprising tales that encourage exploration and imagination, TOKYOPOP's highly entertaining Manga Chapters and Manga Readers make reading fun while promoting language and literacy skills.
ANIME PULSE PODCAST RECORDS MIT "COOL JAPAN" SYMPOSIUM Podcast releases exclusive recording and transcript of symposium.
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Conan's grittiest and most graphic tale ever told in comics arrives with Songs of the Dead
Renowned horror and western writer Joe R. Lansdale reunites with his Jonah Hex collaborator, artist Timothy Truman, to tell the grittiest, roughest, downright meanest Conan story ever seen in comics.
From Isaac Alexander comes an article that looks at the Anime Magazines and Anthologies scene of 2005.
Anthologies and Magazines 2005.
2005 was a year of transition. Anime magazines changed formats, new anthologies were added to store shelves, and an old anthology called it quits.
NETCOMICS presents a lineup of sensational new comics to be released in Fall 2006. Spanning multiple genres, from fantasy and romance to suspense and mystery and everything else in between, fans of manhwa and manga will not be disappointed by the latest offerings of the newest publisher on the American block.
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ANIME EXPO® 2006 & GO! COMI GIVE HER MAJESTYâS DOG CREATOR A ROYAL WELCOME
Mick Takeuchi To Attend Anime ExpoÂ® 2006 as Guest of Honor
Anaheim, California (May 1, 2006) â Anime Expo® 2006 (AX2006) and Go! Comi proudly announce the attendance of Mick Takeuchi, creator of the highly popular manga series Her Majestyâs Dog, to the 15th year anniversary convention at the Anaheim Convention Center July 1-4, 2006. More information is available at http://www.anime-expo.org.