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Plus Top Ten Game Properties
November 1, 2004
The game market began a comeback in the third quarter after declines in most game categories in the first half of the year, ICv2 reports in the ICv2 Retailer Guide to Games #6.
While Predicting Lackluster Holiday Sales
October 18, 2004
The nation's two top toymakers reported declining sales for the third quarter of 2004 and predicted a challenging retail environment for the coming holiday season.
Going Monthly Starting in January
October 5, 2004
The Darwin Project has announced that the U.S. version of Lotus Noir will be delayed from October 2004 until January 2005.
'Quit Running Around Like Chicken Little'
September 22, 2004
Robert Scott of Comickaze in San Diego, California saw the Talk Back comments of Joe Krolik and Ilan Strasser on manga sales, and feels that the opportunities in manga are huge for retailers, if not for everyone.
'Overwhelmed by Choice'
September 20, 2004
Ilan Strasser of Fat Moose Comics in Whippany, New Jersey, saw our article on the number of graphic novel titles growing faster than sales and the comment by Joe Krolik of Comics America, and adds his thoughts.
To a New Column by Steven Bates
September 7, 2004
This is the first of a weekly series of opinion columns by Steven Bates, the manager of Bookery Fantasy in Fairborn, Ohio.
Ten Years of Blood Letting!
August 22, 2004
A Paid Advertisement. White Wolf celebrates the tenth anniversary of the popular card game Vampire: The Eternal Struggle with the release of the Vampire: The Eternal Struggle 10th Anniversary Set .
Not a MMORPG, White Wolf's Website Will Host
August 12, 2004
White Wolf Publishing will bring Vampire: The Eternal Struggle CCG to online play.
Beyblade Decline Continues
July 18, 2004
Hasbro, the nation's second largest toymaker, reported a decline in revenue for the second quarter of 2004.
Bookstores Giving It Away
April 28, 2004
Mike Boze of HawgHead Comics in Fort Smith, Arkansas sent us this recent experience in competing with book superstores that offer reading areas.
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