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toonzone at MCM London Comic Con October 2013 - Manga Entertainment UK Panel

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Chaired by Manga UK’s community liaison Jeremy Graves, acquisitions and marketing manager Jerome Mazandarani and product manager Andrew Hewson, the first announcement of the panel was that Dragonball GT will be released in two sets in 2014. The first set will be released in January with the second set following soon after in March.  This […]

Otakon 2013: Aniplex America Announces "Kill la Kill" and Theatrical Release of 3rd "Madoka Magica" Movie

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At Otakon 2013, Aniplex of America announced the licensing of the “Kill la Kill” anime series from Studio Trigger (Little Witch Academia, Inferno Cop). The series will begin airing on Japanese television this fall and be streamed online for other viewers outside the country as well. Aniplex of America also announced that the 3rd “Puella […]

NYCC 2012: Aniplex of America Panel Report

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The Aniplex panel at New York Comic Con 2012 was hosted by E.J. Rivera, who gave a quick rundown of Aniplex’s recent and upcoming offerings. Blue Exorcist is available in full on DVD now in a subtitled version only, though a dubbed version is exclusively available on VIZ Media’s Neon Alley streaming channel. Bryce Papenbrook, […]

AnimeExpo2012: The Madoka Magica Voice Actor Panel Report

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Of course, cons aren’t all announcements and promotion. Sometimes, it’s just the con giving the fans what they want, and given the blistering hot status of Madoka Magica, it’s no shock to see a panel gathering the principal US dub cast. Specifically, Cassandra Lee (Kyubey), Christine Cabanos (Madoka), Cristina Vee (Homura), Carrie Keranen (Mami), Lauren […]

"Puella Magi Madoka Magica" LE Vol.1: Possibly Worth The Price?

Puella Magi Madoka Magica–or as it is colloquially known, Madoka–is probably one of the most anticipated and intensely discussed anime since The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, if not Neon Genesis Evangelion. It’s easy to see why: it successfully balances a radical destruction and recontextualization of the tropes and metaphors typically in play in one of […]

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