News - October 2003
- Production I.G announces Stand Alone Complex Second Season ()
- Animax Asia to broadcast Anime to all Asia ()
- Tokyo Godfathers theatrical release ()
- Ai Yori Aoshi ~ Enishi now available online ()
- Viz announces SaiKano anime, manga ()
- Bandai Moves Big O II ()
- Trigun Manga Sells Out ()
- Anime Enters Politics ()
- GTO Box Sets Coming Soon ()
- Diamond to Distribute Broccoli to Booktrade ()
- Anime and Manga in the Media ()
- Adult Swim Goofs with Big O ()
- Lions Gate & Artisan Entertainment Merge ()
- New Robotech Comic ()
- New Megumi Hayashibara CD ()
- Ai Yori Aoshi ~ Enishi ~ Episode 1 Online ()
- Howl and Innocence Release Dates ()
- Committee to Protect Manga Scripts Recovers Strips ()
- More on Nintendo Purchase of Bandai Stock ()
- Skin Contest Winners ()
- Manga & Manhwa Translators Wanted in Houston ()
- Tokyopop licenses Battle Vixens ()
- Sakura Taisen Art on Exhibit in Japan ()
- Manga Continues Growing in Bookstores ()
- Di Gi Charat: Dejiko's Champion Cup Theatre ready to Ship ()
- ComicsOne announces Junk Force ()
- Numa Rei no Con tidbits ()
- Kids'WB announces new Saturday Schedule ()
- Urusei Yatsura release changes ()
- Tokyopop announces Rising Stars Winners ()
- Limited Edition Ceres boxes ()
- Viz announces limited edition manga ()
- Production IG CEO Entrepreneur of the Year ()
- Battle Angel Alita Extras ()
- New Tokyopop Manga Licenses ()
- Gunslinger Girl licensed? ()
- January CPM Releases ()
- CPM Acquires Doggie Poo ()
- CPM Acquires Yaoi Manga ()
- Heat Guy J hits MTV ()
- FUNimation announced GXP release date ()
- Initial D PC Game ()
- Millennium Actress in Austin ()
- Fanime 2004 to feature Hajime Watanabe ()
- Coastal Carolina reborn ()
- Yaoi-Con Update ()
- English Nausicaä dub in the works ()
- ADV launches Final Fantasy: Unlimited site ()
- Nintendo to purchase 2.6% of Bandai ()
- Synch-Point cuts FLCL booklets ()
- Di Gi Charat manga in November ()
- 4Kids Eyes Do-Re-Mi ()
- New Gonzo movie in production ()
- Fifth Saint Seiya movie announced ()
- 150 Suncoast, Sam Goody stores closing in 2004 ()
- Geneon announces new soundtracks ()
- Jonathan Klein chat tomorrow ()
- New AX Tokyo Guests ()
- Chobits on The Anime Network ()
- ADV December soundtrack lineup ()
- Porco Rosso dub premiere ()
- Anime on electric paper? ()
- Mahoromatic CD recall ()
- Committee to Protect Manga Scripts formed ()
- Pioneer/Geneon DVD prices to drop in January ()
- Anime North 2004 (and 2005) details ()
- Strife at IC Entertainment ()
- MB acquires Mouse ()
- Legend of the Galactic Heroes R1 DVD Update ()
- Larry Griffin joins FUNimation ()
- Tenchi returns to TV tonight ()
- TechTV grabs Geneshaft, Banner of the Stars ()
- TV Tokyo trailers for October premieres ()
- ADV to unleash four Nadia soundtracks ()
- Viz picks up Angel Sanctuary, Hana-Kimi ()
- ADV's Angelic Layer site online ()
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