Dinosaur Manga Gon Inspires 2nd Korean/Japanese CG Season (Jun 20, 2013)
Masashi Tanaka's Gon Dinosaur Manga to Resume in March (Feb 24, 2012)
Gon Manga's Korean CG TV Animation Pushed Back to 2011 (Jan 12, 2010)
Gon Manga to Get Korean TV Animation in Early 2010 (Jun 13, 2008)
New York ComicCon 2007 - CMX (Feb 26, 2007)
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