News ADV Manga Talks Chrono Crusade
posted on 2004-01-14 01:51 EST
First volume due in May
ADV has sent out an e-mail today with a few details about their upcoming release of Chrono Crusade (which they announced back at Otakon)
Excerpts from their e-mail:
Excerpts from their e-mail:
How will ADV release the manga's title. Will they keep the Japanese version Chrno, or simply go with Ch rono?
-- It is the ADV Manga mission to preserve the integrity of the original format. However, for this particular title for mass market distribution in an English speaking population, Chrno would be perceived as a mi! sprint. The title will be released as Chrono Crusade.
Is ADV going to release an English format of Chrono Crusade?
-- Yes. The first volume will appear in stores in May 2004.
Will ADV Manga keep the colored pages, or convert them to black and white?
-- Like we said earlier, it is the ADV Manga mission to preserve the integrity of the original format. The color pages will stay in color and be of the exact same color quality as the original.
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