News AnimeSuki Not Considering Naruto Licensed
posted on 2005-02-16 04:58 EST
AnimeSuki has stated on their front page, " AnimeSuki sees Sho-Pro only as a middle-man and not an anime company which releases anime themselves. As such we're not marking it licensed yet." Sho-Pro, which has acted as a "middle-man" in the licensing business up until now, recently announced that it would be merging with sister company Viz, LLC to form a single company handling licenses, video releases and manga releases.
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