Press Releases - April 2004
- Atari Announces 2004 DBZ Lineup ()
- ADV Films Sakura-con announcements ()
- TOKYOPOP Teams up with the NBA ()
- VIZ Teams with Dr Pepper to Promote Manga ()
- Fifth Floor Productions Launches Hanami Anime Festival ()
- Megaman NT Warrior Returns to Kids' WB! ()
- Fullmetal Alchemist to Premier at AX2004 ()
- Tokyopop to release Santa Inoue's Tokyo Tribes manga ()
- ADV Films Announces June 8 Street Dates ()
- Critical Mass Video Announces I Love You! ()
- Right Stuf Announces Comic Party 4! ()
- Newtype USA Reveals May Table of Contents ()
- Anime Expo 2004: Digimon Director Mamoru Hosoda to Headline ()
- ADV Films Announces Neon Genesis Evangelion - Platinum Edition ()
- ADV Films Announces First Volume of Panyo Panyo Digit Charat ()
- Anime Network Extends Video On Demand Agreement With TVN Entertainment ()
- Japunks Panic Jamboree ()
- Geneon Heats Up June ()
- Katsuya Terada in his first U.S. art show ()
- Synch-Point Acquires the Original Di Gi Charat Series ()
- ADV Films Announces Five Titles for Release ()
- ADV Announces Nadia the Secret of the Blue Water ()
- Stand Alone Complex - DVD Press Relase ()
- AN Entertainment Miami Guns DVD 2 Release Announcement ()
- Joseph Morici Named Viz VP of Sales ()
- ADV Films Announces Street Date for Megazone 23 Part 1 And Other Releases ()
- Bandai Entertainment Announces Anime Comedy License Acquisition for 'Please Twins!' and 'Di Gi Chara ()
- eigoManga Joins Forces with MTV ()
- Cosplay Complex in June ()
- ADV Films Anime Boston Announcements ()
- ADV Announces May 18th Releases ()
- ADV Films Announces Gravion ()
- Tokyopop and Disney expand on Cinemanga Success ()
- Dragon Ball GT Trading Card Game - Coming on Strong ()
- Critical Mass Announced Private Sessions ()
- InuYasha captures Top Honors in Inaugural Beckett Anime Awards ()
- ADV Manga May Releases ()
- First issue of 'digiElement' Magazine! ()
- ADV Films Announces 4 New Essential Anime Titles ()
If you ask an American manga publisher about whether or not they're going to license a title you love, they'll be super coy and weird about it even if they have every intention of releasing it. Why is that? Deb digs in. ― Just got back from Anime Expo, and I'm at San Diego Comic-Con as you read this, where I'll be doing more of the same: going to the manga publishers' panels and reporting on what I ...
Once you get past its oddball premise, Hinamatsuri offers plenty of laughs and charm throughout its unusual run. Nick Creamer has the details. ― You wouldn't think a show about a family composed of a yakuza mobster and a psychic alien girl could be described as “warm and relatable,” but Hinamatsuri is weird in more ways than that. Idly combining trenchant commentary on homelessness, running child lab...
F/E LE premiered on Netflix last month to plenty of head-scratching from even experienced Fate fanatics. We run down this show's often baffling plot and what went wrong in adaptation. ― Fate/Extra Last Encore premiered on Netflix last month to plenty of head-scratching from even experienced Fate fanatics. This week, Nick and Jacob run down this show's often baffling plot and what went wrong in adapta...
Heidi memorializes the distinct and uniquely evocative designs of Hiroshi Kajiyama, illustrator for Shining Force, Dragon Quest and more. PLUS: Dragon Ball FighterZ, Sonic Mania Plus, Granblue Fantasy and much more! ― I hate to start this week's column out on a downer note, but I feel like I need to make the most of an opportunity to eulogize a creator I really admired who suddenly passed on this wee...
The director and producer of Persona 5 The Animation stormed Anime Expo 2018 this year - we've got an interview with the guys behind the anime, and a full panel report from the show. ― At this year's Anime Expo, Persona 5 the Animation's director Masashi Ishihama and producer Kazuki Adachi were kind enough to agree to a one-on-one interview with Anime News Network regarding their newest project. One ...
Once upon a time, Funimation and ADV Films licensed western cartoons for release into the fabled "mass market". Justin gets into this bit of history. ― Taylor asked: I've gone through Funimation's catalog on DVDEmpire and watched the "not-so-hidden secret" videos from Skippy on Youtube, and from what I saw, during the mid-00s, Funimation licensed several cartoons for release on DVD and VHS (includin...
This ensemble film tells a myriad of charming stories with some of the most impressive animation in the franchise's history. Callum May gives his take on this next step in Pokémon's ongoing evolution. ― Pokemon movies are often known for cheesy titles like “Zoroark: Master of Illusions” and “Hoopa and the Clash of Ages”, but the title of Pokemon the Movie: Everyone's Story has a very distinct meaning...