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News Dark Horse Comic-Con Announcements
posted on 2005-07-14 18:09 EDT
Dark Horse Comics has announced a number of new title announcements at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. The following excerpts represent their new anime / manga related titles.
Ghost in the Shell 1.5: Human-Error Processor— A limited comics series from manga legend Shirow Masamune. Human-Error Processor is a series of stories originally serialized as part of Ghost in the Shell 2 but not included by Shirow in the Ghost in the Shell 2: Man-Machine Interface collection. The stories are Fat Cat from 1991, Drive Slave from 1992, Mines of Mind from 1995, and Lost Past from 1996. This series will be presented in non-Westerized format (reading right to left), as originally published, in black-and-white with color. Arriving spring 2006.
Eden Volume 1: It's An Endless World! —Eden Volume I is both a brilliant love song to the post-apocalyptic survival genre and the beginning of a deep exploration on man's role in the natural order. Graphic, cyberpunk, and philosophical, Eden is a place where endearing heroes face a constant struggle for survival and violent surprises wait around every corner! Arriving November 2, 2005.
Gungrave Anime Manga— Created by Yasuhiro Nightow, creator of Trigun, the GungraveAnime Manga comes to you as a full-color adaptation of the popular anime. Arriving January 2006.
Reiko the Zombie Shop— The heroine's name is Reiko; she is a necromancer who gets hired to bring folks back from the dead. Part Buffy, part Sixth Sense, and part Ringu… Reiko the Zombie Shop is horror, comedy, and drama. It's outrageous, disturbing, and funny! Arrives December 2005.