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Help Peter S. Beagle by Buying "The Last Unicorn" DVD through Conlan Press

by Ed Liuon December 11, 2006
Independent publisher Conlan Press has issued a press release announcing a special deal with Lionsgate Entertainment to sell The Last Unicorn 25th Anniversary DVD, ensuring that more than half their purchase price will go towards benefiting Peter S. Beagle, the author of the original novel and the screenplay of the movie. Conlan Press will sell […]

Press Release: Fans Help Peter S. Beagle by Buying "Last Unicorn" DVD Through Conlan

by Ed Liuon December 11, 2006
FANS HELP World-Famous Author PETER S. BEAGLE when they BUY THE NEW 25th ANNIVERSARY DVD EDITION of THE LAST UNICORN through Conlan Press On 2/6/07 Lionsgate will release The Last Unicorn: 25th Anniversary Edition — a widescreen digitally remastered DVD version of the animated classic, including additional features and material — with special Conlan Press […]

"Full Metal Panic TSR": These "Tactical Ops" Could Have Been Done By Section 9

by Chad Boninon December 10, 2006
Sousuke Sagara, State Alchemist, is off to find the Philosopher’s Stone. With it, he can transmute back the body of his brother, along with returning his own limbs. His old friend, Kaname Chidori, is a world-renown automail technician. Waitaminute. That’s Fullmetal Alchemist. Sousuke Sagara, army crazy High School student, knows more about guns than geography. […]

"Full Metal Panic: The Second Raid" Vol. 1: Repeat Awesomeness

by Classic Speedyon December 10, 2006
The Full Metal Panic animes are some of my favorites of all time. The way they mix action, comedy, military intrigue, and even a little romance here and there, is quite impressive and never feels forced or jarring, even as it switches moods constantly. The characters and their traits (such as Chidori’s alternating opinion about […]

Vertical to Publish Tezuka’s "Apollo’s Song" in June 2007; "To Terra…" in Feb 2007

by Ed Liuon December 10, 2006
Independent publisher Vertical, Inc. has announced that they will be publishing a translation of Osamu Tezuka’s Apollo’s Song (Apollo no Uta) in June of 2007. The 500-page graphic novel tells the tale of a young man named Shogo, who is condemned to an eternity of heartbreak by the Goddess of Love because of his own […]

BCI to Bring Filmation "Ghostbusters" to DVD

by Ed Liuon December 10, 2006
BCI Eclipse has announced a 6-DVD set of Ghostbusters, to be released in February 2007. The series is also known as Original Ghostbusters or Filmation’s Ghostbusters, to distinguish it from the Real Ghostbusters cartoon spun off from the hit 1984 live-action movie. This first set will include the first 32 episodes of the show, along […]

Twilight Musuko Wins Otaku Invitational

by Ed Liuon December 10, 2006
The Twilight Musuko team won the Otaku Invitational, a competition for the best fan-produced anime trailer jointly held by Kaneva and Central Park Media. Twilight Musuko won for their trailer for Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie. Details are available in the full press release.

YTV to Air Fantastic Four, Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo in January

by Ed Liuon December 10, 2006
Corus Kids Television has announced programming for Canada’s YTV channel starting in January. Animated program highlights include the debut of the new Fantastic Four cartoon on January 5, 2007; the Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated movie on January 27; and a series of Strawberry Shortcake specials every Saturday from January to April. Full programming […]

Visually Wired Festival Award Winners Announced

by Ed Liuon December 10, 2006
The Art Institute of Washington announced the winners of this year’s Visually Wired Festival. The Bunnyman Bridge film won the Best in Show award, while Crimson City won Best in Story and Life On The High Seas: Piracy & You won the Best Animation award. A full list of categories and winning films can be […]

"cereal: geek" Magazine to Focus on 80’s Animation

by Ed Liuon December 10, 2006
James Eatock of Busta Toons Productions has announced cereal: geek, a quarterly magazine that will focus on animation from the 1980’s. The magazine will feature interviews, reviews, artwork, and behind-the-scenes material from classic shows from the decade. Interested fans can visit the cereal: geek website at www.cerealgeek.com to register for news in preparation of the […]