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PR: Viz Media to Participate in a Variety of Events at 2007 NY Anime Festival

by on December 5, 2007
Industry Leader In Anime And Manga To Sponsor Manga Lounge In Booth 454 And Participate In Key Industry Panel Discussions At Highly Anticipated Convention New York, NY, December 4, 2007—VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), one of the entertainment industry’s most innovative and comprehensive publishing, animation and licensing companies, has announced its participation and sponsorship of […]

Hertz Adds Nick-Themed Media Players to Rental Lineup

by on December 5, 2007
Parents will be able to get media players pre-loaded with Nickelodeon shows when they rent cars from Hertz under a deal announced today by the two companies. Nick on the Go will be a fully portable, pre-loaded, touch-screen media player that comes with forty hours of programming from Nickelodeon and Nick Jr., including SpongeBob SquarePants, […]

The Anime Network, Sci-Fi Add New Anime Programing

by Weathermanon December 5, 2007
The Anime Network has announced that they will be adding the Kanon series from ADV to their Video-On-Demand service starting on December 28th. The Sci-Fi Channel has announced that they will be airing the Tactics series from Manga Entertainment starting on January 7th in addition to continuing their broadcast of Noein that same night. [Source: […]

Naruto is Yahoo’s 4th Most Popular Search Term in 2007

by Weathermanon December 5, 2007
According to CNet, Naruto was the 4th most searched term on Yahoo! this year. Yahoo! does not currently release its overall numbers, prefering to break them up in trends, but did provide the information to CNet for its article. Naruto was also the second most popular search in the Toys and Games category. [Source: Anime […]

"Samurai Horror Tales: Goblin Cat" is Spooky, Stylish, and Psychedelic

by Ed Liuon December 4, 2007
I’m a sucker for animation that mimics the style of an artist in another medium. The most common examples are cartoons based on comics, with the best known being the Peanuts animated adaptations, which vividly brought Charles Schulz’s children to the screen completely intact visually. Other, less well-known examples include the SciFi Channel’s adaptation of […]

Charlie Brown Easter, Valentines Specials Get Remastered DVD Release

by on December 4, 2007
Warner Home Video will release deluxe, remastered editions of Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown and It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown early next year, the company said today. Each DVD will retail for $19.95. Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown, which originally debuted in 1975, has Charlie Brown waiting patiently by the mailbox for a Valentine, […]

PR: Warner Home Video Brings "It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown" to DVD

by on December 4, 2007
BURBANK, CA (December 3, 2007) – This spring consumers will want to fill their Easter baskets with Warner Home Video’s (WHV) latest Peanuts release, It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown, Deluxe Edition, on DVD February 19, 2008. The all-time favorite seasonal animated television special, will be available just in time for the Easter holiday in […]

PR: Love Is in the Air with the Release of "Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown"

by on December 4, 2007
BURBANK, CA (December 3, 2007) – Warner Home Video (WHV) will steal consumers’ hearts on January 15, 2008 with the deluxe edition DVD release of Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown. The all-time favorite seasonal animated television special, will be available just in time for Valentine’s Day in its dazzling, newly re-mastered format along with a […]

World’s Finest Online Interviews Alan Burnett on "The Batman" Season 5

by Ed Liuon December 4, 2007
The World’s Finest Online has interviewed writer/producer Alan Burnett about the fifth season of The Batman. The interview discusses the introduction of more of DC’s heroes into the show, as well as the reasons why some characters have not appeared yet and how to balance the expanded superhero cast with the existing one.

Anime Innovation Tokyo Adds Show Clips to YouTube

by on December 4, 2007
Anime Innovation Tokyo will webcast clips of its investment projects on YouTube.com with what it calls the Anime Innovation Channel, Variety reports. The clips represent pilots that might be made into full-length animated series or features if they attract enough investment money.