eigoMANGA Heads to Anime Expo

(San Francisco, Los Angeles) - June 28, 2010 - San Francisco based comic book publisher, eigoMANGA unveils their event schedule for Anime Expo 2011, which takes place on July 1-4, at the Los Angeles Convention.

eigoMANGA will be exhibiting at Booth #639.

Animation Screenings:

'Demian' is screening on Saturday, July 2 at 5pm in Video Room 4 (LACC 406).

'Demian' is a story about an elite government team that pilots a five into one super robot fighting force. They are called to take down their robot's creator who is now a terrorist.

'Break Ups' is screening on Saturday July 2 at 5:30pm in Video Room 4 (LACC 406).

'Break Ups' is a slice of life story about a young couple with an on-and-off relationship. They stumble upon a time machine that takes them back to several periods in their lives as a couple.

Panels and Workshops:

eigoMANGA presents 'How To Draw Manga And Portfolio Review' on Friday, July 1st at 1:00pm and is located at WS 1 (LACC 515B). Artists and editors from eigoMANGA's comic book publications 'Rumble Pak' and 'Sakura Pakk' teach the fundamentals of manga illustration and storytelling.

eigoMANGA's Industry Panel is on Saturday, July 2nd at 9:30am and is located at LP 4 (LACC 411). The company discusses their productions in doujin gaming, animation releases, mobile tablet app launch, and mass-market graphic novel releases!

And finally, eigoMANGA hosts 'Bringing Doujin Gaming To The US' panel on Sunday, July 3rd at 4:30pm and is located at LP 4 (LACC411). eigoMANGA and Japanese game publisher, Carpe Fulgur discuss the opportunities and challenges of bringing doujin games (independent Japanese games) to the U.S. market.

To book a meeting/interview please send an email to [email protected] You can also look for eigoMANGA's Publisher, Austin Osueke at the scheduled events or at Booth #639.

eigoMANGA is a comic book publishing company that specializes in creating original world manga, comic books, and media productions.

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