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Viz Expands Home Video Offering; "Full Moon" Comes to DVD

VIZ Media has announced the further expansion of its Shojo Beat imprint with the launch of Shojo Beat Home Video, aimed at delivering a variety of anime series targeted at female fans in North America. The first release under Shojo Beat Home Video will be Full Moon, a bittersweet tale of puppy love, tragedy and […]

"Armored Trooper Votoms Stage 1": It's Gundamn Great!

I like to think that I have seen most of the truly great anime sci-fi epics. The latest such epic is Armored Trooper Votoms (1983), a riveting, mature tale of love and war in the distant future. Well, really robots and war, but I didn’t want to lose the female readership this early. Stage 1 […]

"Lady and the Tramp: 50th Anniversary Edition" Comes to DVD

Walt Disney’s Lady and the Tramp will be released from the Disney Vault in a 2-disc Special Edition on February 28, 2006. The 50th Anniversary Edition will include never-before-seen deleted scenes; a newly discovered alternate, original storyboard version of the film, “Finding Lady: The Art of Storyboards”; “Lady’s Pedigree: The Making of ‘Lady and The […]

"Inspector Gadget" Press Release

TVShowsOnDVD has the full press release regarding the April 25th release of the first 22 episodes of Inspector Gadget: The Original Series on DVD. The 4-disc set will retail for $34.98 SRP.

Bandai Announces New Titles For May

Bandai’s Anime Legends series, which sells complete series of older titles in their catalog at lower prices, is in full swing during the month of May. Among the titles getting re-released are Banner of the Stars, Betterman, Geneshaft, Mobile Fighter G-Gundam, and Saber Marionette J to X. In addition, new volumes of such series as […]

"Zatch Bell" Ending in Japan, Replaced by "Digimon Savers"

According to Moonphase, Konjiki no Gash Bell, known in the United States as Zatch Bell, will be airing its final episode in Japan on March 26, 2006. The series, which will end with 150 episodes total, will be replaced with Digimon Savers, the fifth season in the franchise. Oddly enough, Gash Bell originally took the […]

"Diamond Daydreams:" Nothing New, Yet Still Enjoyable

When I heard of Diamond Daydreams‘ premise, I could have sworn I’d heard it somewhere before: a series comprised of relatively short vignettes about women searching for true love in the face of adversity, or at least that’s a good byline for it. Then I remembered where I’d heard it – Sunrise Studios’ Sentimental Journey, […]

Johnson, Gordon Talk "Ultimate Avengers"

With The Ultimate Avengers set to be released this coming Tuesday on DVD and UMD, The Marvel Animation Age managed to catch up with writer Greg Johnson and co-director/character designer Steve Gordon to talk about their work on the direct-to-DVD feature. To read the interviews, click on the above link.

Chuck Austen Talks Comics, Internet Hatred, and "Tripping the Rift"

A two-part interview with writer Chuck Austen has been posted at Comic Book Resources (part 1 and part 2). Austen was a frequent target of Internet rampage while he was writing comic books for DC and Marvel, but he achieved some success with the animated Tripping the Rift on the Sci Fi Channel, which he […]

Joe Roth on Pixar/Disney Deal

Joe Roth has been interviewed by About.com about his work with Revolution Studios and the Disney/Pixar merger. Roth is a board member at Pixar Animation Studios and a former chairman of Walt Disney Studios. Among other things, Roth states his belief that, “Pixar will totally infuse Disney with its own stuff.” (via Internet Movie Database […]

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