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Toonzone At MCM London Comic Con May 2015 - Animatsu/Manga UK Panel

by Grant Whiteon June 17, 2015
Hosted by Animatsu COO Jerome Mazandarani and marketing manager Andrew Hewson, Jerome explained that the dual nature of the panel was that Manga (who he had worked for up until last year) were Animatsu’s UK distributor for titles. At the same time he still maintains Manga’s title acquisition and relationships with companies outside the UK. […]
Mobile Game Pixel Planets Is Free

Mobile Game Pixel Planets Is Free

by Alex Beanon May 18, 2015
Free is a very good price and that is the motto of the makers of mobile video game, “Pixel Planets”, who have offered their game free of charge on iOS platforms. In “Clash of Clans”-style [only without Kate Upton to promote it], “Pixel Planets” offers Bill and Bob, two planetary explorers who must colonize planets, […]

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Hulu Gives Away Most Of South Park For Free

by Alex Beanon July 13, 2014
Hulu announced that 244 episodes of the popular animated comedy television show “South Park” will be available to stream for free for the next two months before they move to Hulu Plus prior to the start of the new season albeit with one catch – episodes five and six from Season 14 [Tom Cruise-Mohammed episodes] […]
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Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2014: Anime UK Industry Panel

by Grant Whiteon June 9, 2014
A few hours after the Aniplex panel, the collective representatives of the UK anime industry took to the stage- Jeremy Graves of Manga Entertainment, Andrew Partridge of Anime Limited, Yosuke Kodaka of Aniplex US and Ross Liversidge of MVM. MVM announced a slate of forthcoming titles- Garden of Sinners in October, Kokoro Connect, Blast of […]

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Pixar Decides Free Is A Very Good Price For RenderMan 3D

by Alex Beanon June 3, 2014
After 25 years of using it to make such popular films as “Toy Story” and “Monsters, Inc.”, Pixar has decided to offer its RenderMan 3D software for free. What’s the catch? The free version is for non-commercial use only. [The RenderMan 3D for commercial use still costs $495 to license plus the $200 maintenance fee]. […]