Press Releases - February 2005
- It's a Mega March on Kids'WB ()
- Until the Full Moon Volume 2 set for limited release on March 23, 2005 ()
- ADV Films Announces March 15 Releases ()
- Yuricon announces Four Special Guests for the Yuri Revolution Event in Tokyo ()
- Anime Boston 2005 announces more voice actors ()
- 4Kids to Release YU-GI-OH! Volume 3.1 March 8 ()
- ADV Announces March 15 Release of The Five Star Stories ()
- ADV Films Announces Release of Gatchaman: Collector's Edition, Volume One ()
- Dallas' D7 Studios creates first-ever anime short film for Coca-Cola ()
- ADV Announces Cromartie High ()
- deviantArt.com Panel at Anime Overdose ()
- Sogencon Announces Guests and Events ()
- Anime Expo Guests of Honor ()
- Bandai and Manga Unleash Fifth Installment fo Stand Alone Complex ()
- Navarre Corporation Files Application to Withdraw Registration Statement ()
- Gundam 2005 Merchandise Lineup ()
- Gundam War and Catch Bell VVGs from Bandai ()
- Anime Night at F.R.O.G. Theatre in Fort Worth. ()
- Viz to Release Full Metal Alchemist ()
- ADV Announces DVD Release of A Tree of Palme ()
- Transformers Cybertron Line Brings New Storyline to Brand ()
- Digital Manga Publishing Announces 2 New Websites & Three New Titles ()
- Bakuretsu Con Announces Guests ()
- How To Draw Manga Art Class (Long Beach Ca) ()
- TRSI Press Release for April / May 2005 ()
- Critical Mass Release Information: April / May ()
- Katsuhiro Otomo's STEAMBOY - US PREMIERE - with Q&A by director Otomo ()
- ADV Announces Gantz Vol 2 ()
- METROCON 2005 Anime Human Chess Match Casting Call ()
- AnimeNext Matches Tsunami Relief Donations ()
- Kids'WB! Unveils 2005-2006 Schedule ()
- Cartoon Network Unveils New Shows ()
- Ionfuse Magazine takes to the skies with Wandaba Style in February ()
- All New Anime on G4 ()
- Seven Seas Announces Fan Art Contest ()
- Anime Overdose Announces English-language Premiere of A Tree of Palme. ()
- ShoPro named as Naruto licensor ()
- Bandai Entertainment to Co-Produce Eureka Seven ()
- Free Video Rentals for 4500 Sakura-con Attendees ()
- ADV Announces Release of DNAngel 3 ()
- Animation Insider Interviews Manga Translator and Author Fred Schodt ()
- Magical Shopping Arcade Airs on G4TechTV ()
- Anime Crash enters anime production ()
- Tokyopop Announces July Manga Launches ()
- eigoMANGA CEO Austin Osueke Is Featured On StirTV ()
- ADV Announces Divergence Eve Vol 1 ()
- Geneon Announces February Releases ()
- JAST USA Announces The Sagara Family ()
- Yu-Gi-Oh! and Shaman King Unedited Releases On Feb 22 ()
- Movielink Expands Anime Library ()
- Anime Expo 2005 announces AX2005 Manga Library ()
- Welcome to Tokyopop's Van Von Hunter ()
- ADV Announced Hello Kitty & Friends: Basket of Fun ()
- Kumi Koda in Concert at Kamikaze Con ()
- Viz Announces Launch of Shojo Beat ()
- Metrocon 2005 Pre-registration is open ()
- ADV Films February 15 Releases ()
- Kikaida & Ban Daisuke Return to San Francisco ()
- DH Press and Digital Manga to Release Vampire Hunter D Novels ()
- ADV Announces Blue Seed: Complete Collection ()
- Yoko Ishida at Anime Boston ()
- ADV Announcees E's Otherwise ()
- CPM's The Boy Who Wanted to be a Bear at MoMA ()
- 3 Anime masterpieces from Miyazaki releasing 2/22 ()
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