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 ()
- Dark Horse September ()
- CPM Announces Kakurenbo ()
- ADV Announces June 14 Releases ()
- Japanese Corporation Files Lawsuit Againt Nutech Digital ()
- Onna! Presents "Project Manga" ()
- 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 ()
- Megaman NT Warrior in Latin America ()
- Yamato USA - Rurouni Kenshin & Range Murata Now Shipping ()
- Viz Names Spin Master and Simon & Schuster Licensee's for Deko Boko ()
- Tokyopop Announces Jr. Cine-Manga ()
- 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 ()
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...
FLCL Progressive came to an end last weekend, and fans are still divided on the results. This week, Nick and Steve parse their gut feelings on this highly anticipated sequel. ― FLCL Progressive came to an end last weekend, and fans are still divided on the results. This week, Nick and Steve parse their gut feelings on this highly anticipated sequel. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the...
The K franchise's transition to the big screen for the first of six films is unfortunately not off to a promising start. Lynzee Loveridge has the details. ― As a franchise, K had slipped under my radar; I knew it as little more than the colorful anime by the creators of Hand Shakers. So I quickly got myself acquainted with a story that included two television anime and a movie that bridges the gap be...
The results are in and we have your Daily Streaming Reviews schedule for Summer 2018! ― This season's poll results have been tallied and we've put together the schedule for the Spring 2018 Daily Streaming Reviews! We may add coverage of more spring anime based on future reader interest, so let us know what you'd like to see as the season progresses! (Please note that Back Street Girls and Baki the Gr...
The world premiere of Attack on Titan Season 3 was held at Anime Expo 2018, with Eren voice actors Yuki Kaji and Bryce Papenbrook in tow. Here are all the details - plus a review of the season premiere! ― It was standing room only in the Main Events hall at Anime Expo this year, as thousands of attendees had to get their tickets in advance for the world premiere of Attack on Titan's third season. It ...
Funimation produces a towering mountain of English dubs every year, but they weren't always the most prolific dub studio in the country. Justin gets into the history of it all. ― Samuel asked: Before Funimation was founded, what was the big-time, English-dubbing company and is it still in existence? Maybe it's because I've been in the anime business so long (20 years!!), but until I got this questio...
This made-for-TV romantic period piece might have been lost to time for English audiences if not for a recent license rescue. Paul enjoys this oddity along with all of this week's new anime releases. ― Since I didn't mention it last week, I'll use this space to point out that the Preview Guide for this season is up and running. In fact, by the time this column comes out, we should be just about done...
Kitaro's no match for a groovy mod vampire in this fifth collection of Drawn & Quarterly's curated release of the classic children's horror series. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― It had to happen sometime: the great yokai Kitaro would eventually meet someone he couldn't easily defeat. As it turns out, that's an entire race of yokai – vampires. Perhaps it's his more human attributes, or simply h...