VIZ MEDIA COMPLEMENTS ASIAN ART MUSEUM’S TEZUKA: THE MARVEL OF MANGA EXHIBITION WITH INTERACTIVE MANGA LOUNGE Unique Exhibit Displays Rare Original Works By “The God Of Manga” and Offers Perspective On The Manga Phenomenon San Francisco, CA, May 10, 2007 â€” VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), one of the entertainment industry’s most innovative and comprehensive […]
VIZ MEDIA CELEBRATES THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF SHOJO BEAT MAGAZINE WITH SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE SUMMER ISSUE AND GALA PARTY Special Issue to Feature Rare Excerpt from Osamu Tezuka Shojo Classic PRINCESS KNIGHT San Francisco, CA, May 14, 2007 â€” VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), one of the entertainment industry’s most innovative and comprehensive publishing, animation and […]
Tragedy strikes Negi’s class at Mahora Academy, as one of their own is killed in their prime. With emotions raging, some look to accept it as a part of life, others hope to change it with a deal with the devil. Some look to science, and, thanks to a time machine, this superpowered class can […]
Announcement Made At Tribute to Series Director HOUSTON, April 16, 2007 – Last night acclaimed anime director Shinichi “Nabeshin” Watanabe (Excel Saga, Nerima Daikon Brothers) and ADV Films President John Ledford announced that ADV Films had acquired rights to Watanabe’s new series The Wallflower. The announcement was made during a tribute to the director, which […]
Tad Stones has detailed some of the retailer incentives that will be offered with the upcoming Hellboy: Blood and Iron direct-to-video DVD movie, including comic book bundles from Wal-Mart, a Hellboy Animated action figure from Best Buy, and a Lobster Johnson magnet from several other retailers.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America have awarded it’s 2007 Nebula Award for Best Script to Hayao Miyazaki’s Howl’s Moving Castle and the Best Novelette award to Peter S. Beagle’s Two Hearts. Howl’s Moving Castle was released in June, 2005, and is based on the novel by Diana Wynne Jones. Two Hearts is […]
DVD Talk has interviewed Eric Calderon, associate producer of Studio Gonzo’s Afro Samurai. Among other topics, Calderon discusses how the project went from a toy on a shelf to a mini-series on Spike TV and a DVD coming out this month.
Animeondvd.com is reporting that Bandai Visual Japan has released new specifications for the next generation DVD releases they have planned in Japan in 2007. The listing was first published in Watch Impress magazine. Akira, Wings of Honneamise, Patlabor Movie 1 and Patlabor Movie 2 are all listed as having an English language vocal track for […]
During a special event at the Alamo Draft House in Houston honoring Japanese director Shinichi Watanabe (“Nabeshin”) and his ADV-licensed show Nerima Daikon Brothers, ADV Films CEO John Ledford announced the licensing of Nabeshin’s latest directorial effort The Wallflower (Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge), based on the manga by Tomoko Hayakawa, published in the US by […]
Anime fans come in many shapes, sizes, and scents. But if they have nothing else in common, they are all very experienced at explaining their hobby to the bewildered general public. Unfortunately, the average person tends to have a hard time comprehending what appeal anime holds for people other than children and perverts, so one […]