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 ()
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Before its anime adaptation airs next season, is this isekai series worth reading? Rebecca Silverman has the answers. ― If you've ever wondered what exactly Konosuba is making fun of rather than mere genre specifics, take a peek at Patora Fuyuhara's In Another World with My Smartphone. That's not to say that this series is precisely the basis for Natsume Akatsuki's parody, but it is certainly closer ...
Mike devours the Sound! Euphonium and Legend of the Galactic Heroes novels and then can't help but compare them to their anime adaptations? Which is better: the book or the movie? ― You can tell what a big anime nerd I am because of all of the books I've been reading lately. Just in the past couple of months, I've killed off the first of Hayao Miyazaki's essential two-part essay collection, Starting ...
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Sometimes your first kiss is magical, but if you're an anime character, this adolescent milestone can get too weird for comfort. Here are six first kisses that the smoochers might want to forget. ― A first kiss can be a special, a treasured moment shared between two romantic partners. Or it can be haphazardly stolen by some jerk trying to one-up his friend or caused by a pratfall down a flight of st...
My Monster Secret kicks into high gear with a pair of wild rambling adventures in its fifth volume. Nick Creamer digs into the action. ― The last two volumes of My Monster Secret have seen the manga drifting through a variety of chapter-length adventures, before settling into the more long-form and ultimately satisfying trip to Shiragami's parents' house. In light of the events of volume five, it see...