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Cuts FM, Cold Cut, and Distribution Outside of North America
November 19, 2002
Viz Director of Manga Sales and Marketing Dallas Middaugh told ICv2 today that Viz has decided to abide by its decision to eliminate most of its direct U.S. customers for manga.
March Manga Launch
November 13, 2002
Tokyopop announced that it has acquired the U.S. rights to the Digimon manga and plans to begin releasing trade paperbacks in March of 2003...
For Anime and Manga
November 12, 2002
In a print exclusive in the ICv2 Retailers Guide to Anime/Manga, which is reaching retailers this week, ICv2 has analyzed the market size of both the anime and manga markets.
January Debut in NY and LA
November 3, 2002
According to Yahoo Movies, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie will open in January in theaters in New York and Los Angeles and slowly expand to other cities.
G Gundam Hits the Midnight Run
October 31, 2002
Two series that have done very well on the Kids WB, Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh, will now also air on the Cartoon Network in prime time on weeknights
Cost-cutting Boosts Bottom Line
October 21, 2002
Hasbro released its Q3 numbers this week and reported net income of $56 million, up from $51 million in the same period last year.
It Can Help or Hurt
August 18, 2002
Jim and Crystal Brown of Midwest Comics and Collectibles in Quincy, Illinois were prompted by recent articles on con sales by game companies to let us know how it affects their store. There are ways it can help and ways it can hurt.
On Market Research, and Will Yu Gi Oh Be Bigger than Pokemon?
August 12, 2002
In this second part of our two-part interview, we talk about anthologies, the market research that showed Viz Shonen Jump would sell here and why, and whether Yu Gi Oh will be bigger than Pokemon.
WSJ Says It Will Be Tough
July 22, 2002
Tom King's article in Friday's edition of the Wall St. Journal examines the Disney studio's difficulties in selling Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away to American audiences.
WSJ Says It Will Be Tough
July 22, 2002
Tom King's article in Friday's edition of the Wall St. Journal examines the Disney studio's difficulties in selling Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away to American audiences.
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