CPM announces Alien Nine: Emulators and Just A Girl Book: 1


Central Park Media set to release Alien Nine: Emulators and
Just A Girl Book: 1 each at $9.99 SRP in February.

New York, NY (November 14, 2003) – Central Park Media announced the release of Alien Nine: Emulators available February 4, 2004 and Just A Girl Book: 1 available February 11, 2004. Alien Nine: Emulators is a brand new chapter in the series that has captured manga fans with its bizarre premise, bold character designs, and unpredictable plot. Shoujo maven Tomoko Taniguchi's art and story telling convey human emotion, beauty, and warmth. Her most recent work Just A Girl Book: 1 is no exception.

Alien Nine: Emulators
Story and Art: Hitoshi Tomizawa
The girls have finally graduated 6th grade and now are in junior high, but are they prepared for the new challenges that await them? There is also a new girl in town and she seems to be a host for an entirely different kind of alien. Hitoshi Tomizawa is the creator of the popular Alien Nine series, which includes 4 graphic novels, as well as a full-length anime.

Size: 5.25” x 7.5”
Pages: 240 pgs, b&w
Rating: All ages
Genre: Science Fiction
Catalog #: CMX 65004G
ISBN #: 1-58664-924-8
Pre-order date: January 12, 2004
Street date: February 4, 2004
SRP: $9.99

Just A Girl Book: 1
Story and Art: Tomoko Taniguchi
On her own for the very first time, Erica finds herself dealing with the joys and sorrows of independence. Luckily, some old friends and some exciting new ones are there to help her make her way in this new world. Tomoko Taniguchi is the popular writer/artist of many shoujo titles, including Call Me Princess, Princess Prince, Aquarium, and Popcorn Romance. Her work has been published in Japan, the United States, and Mexico.

Size: 5” x 7.375”
Pages: 184 pgs, b&w
Rating: All ages
Genre: Romance
Catalog #: CMX 64801G
ISBN #: 1-58664-911-6
Pre-order date: January 12, 2004
Street date: February 11, 2004
SRP: $9.99

Central Park Media has been a leading supplier of anime in the United States since 1990. The company currently manufactures and distributes three home entertainment lines, each offering anime product for a distinct and discriminating audience: U. S. Manga Corps, Central Park Media and Software Sculptors. With exclusive rights to hundreds of book, video and music products, the company has become a leader in integrated media, as well as a leading publisher of manga, the fastest growing category in the publishing business. In addition, the company also distributes a broad array of live action Japanese feature films under its Asia Pulp Cinema label.

bookmark/share with:

Press Release homepage / archives