Press Releases - May 2005
- Hellsing and Gungrave on UMD ()
- ADV Brings Gatchaman to America ()
- Steamboy on DVD ()
- Seven Seas Trailblazes with Manga Theme Song ()
- MOMA Presents Tribute to Miyazaki and Takahata ()
- Anime Vegas Con ()
- Onna! Presents "Project Manga" ()
- Dark Horse September ()
- CPM Announces Kakurenbo ()
- ADV Announces June 14 Releases ()
- Japanese Corporation Files Lawsuit Againt Nutech Digital ()
- DramaQueen Announces Secon Yaoi Title ()
- ADV Announces June 7 Releases ()
- Fan Translator's Wanted ()
- New Sailor Moon Book at WarriorsofLegend.com ()
- Critical Mass Announces Maid Service ()
- TRSI Announces Piano 2 and the Gravitation OVA! ()
- Range Murata to attend Anime Expo 2005 to premiere (eng) Robot vol.1 ()
- CPM Unveils CPM Digi-Press ()
- Moma Celebrates Miyazaki and Takahata ()
- eigoManga releases Color Manga for PSP ()
- Yaoi Author Draws Hundreds At Signing ()
- CPM Space Age Classics for $9.99 ()
- Faulconner Orchestrates Lady Death ()
- Seven Seas Offers Manga for PSP: Round 2 ()
- Seven Seas Announces Three News Webmanga ()
- ADV Films Acquires Samurai Gun ()
- Akitaro Daichi and Reiko Yasuhara at Anime Next ()
- Yuri Revolution a Success! ()
- Bandai Games Announces .hack//G.U. ()
- Seven Seas Relaunches Gomanga.com with Three New Web Manga ()
- DVD Vision Japan Announces Idol Contest Winner ()
- World of Anime on Podcasr ()
- New Manga Publisher Blasts Off In October ()
- Manga & Bandai Win CEN Award in Canada ()
- Funimation Changes Name ()
- Navarre Acquires Funimation ()
- Manga Art Competition at London Expo ()
- Viz Announces Impressive Debut for Fullmetal Alchemist ()
- 4Kids Entertainment Reports First Quarter Results ()
- Viz Names Spin Master and Simon & Schuster Licensee's for Deko Boko ()
- Tokyopop Announces Jr. Cine-Manga ()
- Megaman NT Warrior in Latin America ()
- Yamato USA - Rurouni Kenshin & Range Murata Now Shipping ()
- Central Park Media Offers PSP Downloads ()
- Manga Announces Macross Plus - The Collection ()
- Speed Racer Insures with Geico ()
- TRSI Announces Shingu 3 ()
- Critical Mass Announces Hardcore Hospital ()
- ADV Announces Acquisition of The Place Promised in our Early Days ()
- Samuel L. Jackson Gets Animated for Spike TV with 'AFRO SAMURAI' ()
- Crash Media Group goes PSP and MTV! ()
- CPM Releases New Patlabor Series ()
- Tokyopop Promotes Company Vet to Publisher and Editor in Chief ()
- Dark Horse Announces Japan ()
- Ohayocon Gears up for Gaming ()
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