Press Releases - October 2004
- Chrono Crusade Wins Best DVD For September ()
- eigoManga Celebrated Mainstream Magazine Release at Tower Records ()
- 'Blade: Trinity' Soundtrack Features Manga and Anime-Style Animation ()
- Tokyopop and Nickelodeon Promise to Delight Kids of All Ages ()
- Viz to Release Special Wolf's Rain Manga Box Set ()
- Tokyopop Appoints Director of Operations ()
- A.D. Vision's Kevin Corcoran Addresses Licensing Conference ()
- Bandai America Gets Zatch Bell Card and Video Game License ()
- Yamato USA Opens Pre-Orders ()
- Call for entries for new International Manga and Anime Festival ()
- Seven Seas Launches GoManga.com ()
- Viz Announces Two New Maison Ikkoku Boxed Sets ()
- CPM Q1 Promotion Offers More Anime for Less Money ()
- CPM Rings in the New Year with Time Bokan ()
- Newtype USA Announces the Top 25 Anime of All Time ()
- Yamato USA 1/12 Scale Scopedog ()
- AnimeNext Announces New Venue for 2005 ()
- Broccoli Books to release Leave it to Piyoko Volume 1 ()
- Broccoli Books to release Juvenile Orion Calendar. ()
- Bandai Canada Announces Canadian Distribution ()
- Be Beautiful Finds its Target at Yaoi-con ()
- OtakuCon and Kunicon in Miami Beach, Atlanta and St. Louis ()
- Newtype USA Announces Special Subscription offer ()
- ADV Films November 30 Releases ()
- ADV Films November 23 Releases ()
- Shonen Jump Teams With AOL to Offer Dragin Ball Flash Manga ()
- Now Shipping From Yamato USA ()
- TAN Acquires All 3 Seasons of Slayers ()
- Tai Seng Announces Condor Hero ()
- eNerGy Festival 2004 ()
- ADV Films Announces November 16 Release Dates ()
- All New Series on Anime Unleashed on G4techTV ()
- It's Ha-Ha-Halloween on Kids' W-Boo! ()
- ADV Films Wins Big at Anime on DVD ()
- Newtype USA celebrates its second anniversary with the return of the BONUS DVD in newsstand issues! ()
- EigoManga sends care packs to Iraq ()
- Ghost SAC: Volume 3 DVD- November 23rd ()
- CPM December Manga Releases ()
- ITOCHU Corporation and Ishimori Group establish a Joint Venture Company ()
- Manga Entertainment to Release The Guyver Bio-Booster Armor: The Collection ()
- DBZ Trivia Game ()
- ADV Films announces Petite Princess Yucie Volume 1 ()
- VIZ's Inuyasha Turns in Impressive Sales on Multiple Fronts ()
- Catch an Extreme Manga Make-Over This Sunday Night! ()
- Viz Graphic Novels for the Holiday Season ()
- deviantArt at Anime Overdose 2005 ()
- Yaoi-con Press Release ()
- Yamato USA - Items Now Shipping ()
- Anime Voice-Actress Wendee Lee to Guest Speak at the University of Southern California ()
- Manga Mover Announcement ()
- ADV Toys to Market Character "Cosplay Caps" this Winter ()
- Infinity Studios Licenses Nananana ()
- Infinity Studios Licences Popo Can ()
- Tokyopop announces next 10 Rising Stars of Manga winners ()
- Elvira Manga ()
- WFAC announces 2004 lineup ()
- Appleseed to Premiere at Wateloo Festival ()
- Nelvana and Funimation to co-produce anime ()
- ADV Films Announces November 2 Release Dates ()
- U.S. Anime Heavyweights Form Joint Production Venture ()
- Yuricon announces 2005 event in Tokyo ()
- Kids'WB! Powers up for Third Season of Cyber-Adventure "Megaman NT Warrior: AXESS" From ShoPro Ent ()
- Live Action Real Bout High School ()
- ADV Films Announces DNAngel Collector's Edition ()
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