News Takuhai Changes to Manga Magazine
posted on 2005-10-07 17:07 EDT
Tokyopop has changed the name of their Takuhai magazine to Manga Magazine. According to an editorial included in issue #2 this change was made to reflect the fact that the magazine will now be available at bookstores and newsstands. As "Takuhai" means "Home Delivery" it was felt that name was no longer appropriate. The magazine will remain completely free.
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