Update to Tokyopop's Adjusted Release Schedule

New Dates for Titles Delayed Due to Novel Coronavirus


LOS ANGELES, CA —TOKYOPOP®, a POP Media Holdings company and global manga leader, previously announced their adjusted release schedule during the COVID-19 pandemic and have revealed an adjusted schedule for their 2020 titles.

The outbreak of novel coronavirus around the world has resulted in non-essential businesses closing down temporarily, including our printer, lettering team, distributor and other vitally important parts of the publishing process. As the industry begins to adapt and resume business, we have worked closely with our industry partners to create an adjusted release schedule for the remainder of 2020.

“We are grateful as always for the patience and consideration of our fans, who've been incredibly supportive over the last few weeks,” says Kae Winters, Marketing Associate. “This is such a strange time for everyone, and we hope to be able to support our retailer and librarian friends, along with bringing new, exciting content to fans once more.”

TOKYOPOP will also be revealing more community projects to engage and support fans through the rest of the year, with details to follow in a future press release.

TITLE SCHEDULE UPDATES:
https://www.tokyopop.com/upcoming

About POP Media Holdings
Founded in 1997 by media entrepreneur Stu Levy, POP Media Holdings brings Asian Pop Culture to Hollywood and beyond. Its publishing company TOKYOPOP® established the market for manga in North America, introducing the term to the English language in the process. Over its history, POP has published thousands of books, distributed anime and Asian films on home video and television, licensed merchandise to consumer goods companies, created graphic novels of major brands and led the way digitally in social media, e-commerce and user-generated content, including the mobile publishing platform POP Comics®. POP expanded internationally with offices in Europe and Japan and a network of over 160 partners in more than 50 countries and 30 languages. Its production arm has produced live-action and animated film and television content based on its extensive intellectual property library, including Priest, America's Greatest Otaku, Van Von Hunter, and a slate of projects currently in development. Visit POP at TOKYOPOP.com, TOKYOPOP.de, POPcomics.com, and subscribe to TOKYOPOP TV for original web series and shows.

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