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News Naruto and Shaman King Licensing Speculation
posted on 2002-10-05 10:43 EDT
Toriyama World has read into yesterday's Shonen Jump PR and come up with the following plausible speculation. "Everything that will be in issue 1 has an anime licensed in the US (except Sand Land, which doesn't have an anime). The animes for Naruto and Shaman King aren't licensed...yet. Viz stated early on that they'd focus on series related to other marketable properties in the US. Let the speculation begin."
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