News - April 2004
- Intron Depot 4 ()
- Megaman NT Returns to Kids WB ()
- Re: Cutie Honey Trailer ()
- Inu Yasha Movies Coming Soon ()
- L'Arc hits US in June ()
- Viz teams up with Dr. Pepper ()
- Wired interviews Peter Payne ()
- Japanese Box Office ()
- Sakura-con: FUNimation Panel Report ()
- Hanami Anime Festival in Brooklyn ()
- More Anime at Cannes ()
- Sakura-con Panel Reports ()
- Animate Streams Konomini ()
- Overman King Gainer English Dub at Bang Zoom! ()
- Geneon Licensing ()
- ADV Licensing ()
- Dreamworks' Innocence site online ()
- More Ghibli in November ()
- Initial D live-action details ()
- FUNimation licenses Spiral ()
- Meet Katsuya Terada ()
- New ADV website ()
- Tokyopop to advertise on TV ()
- Limelight off the Air ()
- Anime Boston Final Report ()
- PMX announces Shino Masanori ()
- Tsukihime licensed? ()
- Hellboy anime ()
- TRSI announces Comic Party 4 ()
- Re: Inu Yasha Ending ()
- Detective Conan Ranks First at BO ()
- Production I.G on Innocence ()
- New Monkey Punch Anime ()
- Innocence At Cannes ()
- Tokyo Tribes Coming in August ()
- Inu Yasha to end ()
- Evangelion Platinum Edition Release Details ()
- Mari Iijima at AWA ()
- ADV announces Evangelion Platinum ()
- Chrono Crusade manga preview ()
- Now you can have your Kiki and eat it, too! ()
- Case Closed Release Details ()
- Media Blasters Licenses Gokusen ()
- AX Responds to Dealer Room Issues ()
- AX announces more guests ()
- ADV Mini Releases ()
- New Tokyopop License ()
- Media Blasters New Releases ()
- ADV Films New Releases ()
- Funimation New Releases ()
- Geneon New Releases ()
- Otakon Pre-Reg Starts ()
- Anime North ANN panel? ()
- Pop Japan Travel tours ()
- Atsuko Enomoto at Anime North ()
- The Anime Network goes linear ()
- Eriko Tadeno's works now available ()
- Manga Entertainment updates website ()
- Mitsuteru Yokoyama dies ()
- Toren Smith predicts manga industry to go bust ()
- New Poll: Which Anime Boston licensing announcement excites you the most? ()
- Crying Freeman Live Action Theatrical Release ()
- 2004 Cherry Blossom Festival Anime Costume Parade ()
- Stand Alone Complex release details ()
- Isao Takahata in LA ()
- Fourth Inu-Yasha Film ()
- Shaman King Printing Error ()
- Cartoon Network Premieres Update ()
- Cartooon Network May Anime Schedule ()
- Cartoon Network Upcoming Premieres ()
- Anime Boston: Geneon Entertainment Panel Report ()
- Anime Boston: FUNimation Panel Report ()
- Anime Boston: ADV Films Panel Report ()
- Anime Boston: Broccoli International Panel Report ()
- Anime Boston: Media Blasters Panel Report ()
- Anime Boston Saturday Licensing ()
- Anime Boston: Bandai Entertainment Panel Report ()
- Anime Boston Friday Licensing ()
- Anime Boston: ImaginAsian Entertainment ()
- Nobuteru Yuuki cancels AniBos appearance ()
- Gundam 25th Anniversary ()
- Naruto Website ()
- Grrl Power! To be released Simultaneously ()
- Anime Characters Honored ()
- Gundam Seed Sells 1 Million DVDs in Japan ()
- AX 2004 Announce First Guest ()
- New ADV Manga Releases ()
- Harper Collins to Publish Astro Boy Books ()
- New Cutie Honey Trailers ()
- Kill Bill Prequel Planned ()
- Acen Hotel Full ()
- Tokyopop and Disney Expand Cine-Manga Line ()
- Appleseed Trilogy ()
- Anime Heading to China ()
- Live Action Witch Hunter Robin Confirmed ()
- New Nurse Witch Komugi Anime ()
- Carl Horn Joins Dark Horse ()
- Manga Artists Petition Japanese Prime Minister ()
- Name A Miyazaki Character for Yomiuri ()
- Big Apple Anime Fest 2004 Cancelled ()
- Kiddy Grade Audio Problem ()
- Koikaze Licensed? ()
- Trailers and Official Sites ()
- New 12ft Robot in Japan ()
- Infinite Ryvius 6 Volumes ()
- Puni Puni Poemy Screening Also in Houston ()
- New Bandai Releases ()
- New Geneon Releases ()
- Star Blazers Movie Set ()
- April Fools! ()
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