Seven Seas Launches No Man's Land Flash Anime

Aug 25th 2005
SEVEN SEAS LAUNCHES NO MAN'S LAND FLASH ANIME!

(Los Angeles, August 25, 2005) – The world of No Man's Land comes to life in the premiere episode of Seven Seas Entertainment's first-ever Flash Anime. Scripted by series creator Jason DeAngelis with art by flash animator extraordinaire Jonathan Talas, and music by Japanese composer Keiei Kubota, the pilot episode of No Man's Land: The Flash Anime acts as a side-story to the No Man's Land manga as John Parker, the No Man, tracks a wanted criminal with unexpected results.

“We're hoping to push the envelope further with flash animation by producing our very own flash anime,” says Jason DeAngelis. “If the response is as good as it was when we pre-screened our flash anime at the San Diego Comic-Con, we're sure to do a whole series of them!”

The pilot episode of No Man's Land: The Flash Anime is online now at Seven Seas Entertainment's website, www.gomanga.com.

No Man's Land (Vol. 1 – In Stores Now):

John Parker had it all. A decorated sharpshooter in the Civil War, he had a promising career ahead of him, a beautiful wife, and a newborn son. But after becoming embroiled in a dark and demonic conspiracy engineered by the Bakerton Detective Agency, he lost everything.

Fleeing to the West, a broken man, Parker reinvents himself as “No Man,” a heartless gun-for-hire whose only solace comes from hunting and killing the demons who he helped set loose. With Buntline Special in hand, a deadly revolver with a sixteen inch barrel, he blasts his way through a different kind of Old West, where strange and evil beings lurk.

About Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC:

Seven Seas Entertainment is devoted to the creation of original manga in authentic Japanese style. Established in 2004, the company has debuted its first four titles -- Amazing Agent Luna, Blade for Barter, Last Hope and No Man's Land -- in early 2005, and has an impressive array of new manga lined-up including Aoi House, Captain Nemo, Destiny's Hand and Unearthly. Seven Seas launched its web site, www.gomanga.com, in October 2004, and has since become a daily stop for thousands of visitors eager to read manga online and contribute to an ever-growing forum community. In April 2005, Seven Seas became the first company to offer free downloadable manga for the Sony PSP and a month later, became the first company to release a theme song for its webmanga Aoi House.

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