Can Tie-ins Rebound from a Down Year?
February 8, 2001
Whatever the labor situation in Hollywood, it should be an interesting year in the theatres where an unusually heavy diet of sequels and remakes will be enlivened (we hope) by some great directors.
Ang Lee To Helm 'The Hulk'
February 6, 2001
Universal Pictures has pulled a major coup by snagging white-hot director Ang Lee ( Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon ) to take over their troubled Hulk film project.
War Chariot Out in July
May 1, 2001
WizKids, the company that invented the 'collectible miniatures game' with Mage Knight is introducing The Black Powder Rebels Chariot , which will haul a Mage Knight figure around the battlefield, freeing that fighter to devote all its activities to combat.
Tank Rolls in November
August 24, 2001
WizKids, makers of the category-defining Mage Knight CMG (collectible miniature game) has announced plans for its biggest figure ever -- t he Black Powder Rebel Tank -- which will ship in November.
FUNimation Will Handle Distribution
May 15, 2002
4Kids Entertainment, the company that's currently handling Yu-Gi-Oh, has established its own internal division to produce and market home videos based on 4Kids properties.
ADV Issues Collection
February 12, 2003
FUNimation has acquired the rights to some Sakura Wars OVAs, including the three-episode Ecole de Paris .
Expands Yu-Gi-Oh! Offerings
February 23, 2003
If one thing was clear at Toy Fair in 2003, it was that Mattel had an aggressive plan to seize market share in the highly competitive world of boys toys and action figures.
'Scourge Of The Worlds' Out in June
April 17, 2003
Sc ourge of Worlds -- A Dungeons & Dragons Adventure isn't just your ordinary computer-animated cartoon--it's a truly interactive DVD with 20 decision points where viewers can make different choices,...
Plus Eight Other Q4 Releases
September 6, 2006
The Special Edition Monster Manual and Limited Edition Chess Set are the top Dungeons and Dragons holiday releases from Wizards of the Coast, with five hardcovers and three softcovers completing the lineup for the quarter.
First Season Set Out in February
November 13, 2006
FUNimation Productions announced the release of new hi-def transfers of all 291 episodes of DBZ.