Buy Your Very Own DMP Employee at Yaoi Con 2007

Oct 17th 2007
October 17, 2007 (Gardena, CA) - Dream Shoppe, 801 Media, Inc., Digital Manga Publishing and Pop Japan Travel have teamed up to auction off one of their own at Yaoi Con's bishonen auction. Ben, who graciously volunteered after being badgered by 801 Media's Tomo-chan and 801-chan, will be sporting a lovely Wa-Lolita outfit in a floral pattern (which Tomo-chan says "Really accents Ben's emerald eyes.") courtesy of Dream Shoppe. The winning bidder at Yaoi Con will not only receive Ben's company for the rest of the night, they will also receive Ben's lovely outfit and a $100 gift certificate for Pop Japan Travel's upcoming Fujoshi Paradise Tour!

Rica-chan from DMP is happy to report that selling off a fellow employee does not violate Digital Manga Inc.'s sexual harassment policy. The Aristocrat, a Dream Shoppe spokesman, noted, "If anyone could talk Ben into dressing up in a dress and being sold at Yaoi Con, it was definitely the combined talents of 801-chan and Tomo-chan. You end up agreeing just to shut them up!"

To all the ladies planning on attending Yaoi Con and the Bishie Auction, Ben is a Yaoi Con virgin. So you can be naughty, but please be nice.

Please remember that this year's Bishie Auction is a ticketed event. For more details on how to get your ticket please check out the Yaoi Con home page - www.yaoicon.com.

For more information on Dream Shoppe, please visit their webpage at www.dreamshoppe.com.
For more information on 801 Media, Inc. and its mascots, check out www.801media.com.
For information on the upcoming Fujoshi Paradise Tour hosted by Pop Japan Travel, visit www.popjapantravel.com.
And for more information on Digital Manga Publishing's Juné line, head over to www.junemanga.com.


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About Digital Manga, Inc.
Digital Manga, Inc. (DMI) specializes in building corporate and cultural bridges from Japan to the Western Hemisphere - specifically through the licensing, importation and preparation of anime (Japanese animation), manga (Japanese comic books) and related merchandise for the North American mainstream and subculture markets. In this capacity, DMI serves as a catalyst for the expansion of Japanese pop-culture institutions into global arenas.

Contact Digital Manga, Inc at 1487 West 178th Street Suite 300, Gardena, CA 90248;
Phone (310) 817-8010; Fax (310) 817-8018; and web site at www.emanga.com.

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