This week, a unique erotic historical fiction film that has completely slipped through the cracks.
News Rave Anime Aquired by Nelvana?
posted on 2002-09-01 10:53 EDT
Word has been sent to us from AXNY that Tokyopop mentionned at their panel that Nelvana, the company best known to Anime fans for the Cardcaptors adaptation of Card Captor Sakura, has aquired the rights to the Rave Anime. However, at this time we haven't received confirmation of this from our staff at AXNY. Than you to James Jack for this information.
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