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Outbids DIC and Nick for Saturday Morning
January 22, 2002
4Kids Entertainment, the company that packages Pokemon , Yu-Gi-Oh , and Cubix, outbid both DIC Entertainment ( Sailor Moon ) and Nickelodeon for the four-hour Saturday morning block.
Anime and Toys from the Latest Japanese Craze
January 22, 2002
Nelvana, the Canadian-based distributor of children's programming and products, has acquired the rights to the latest Japanese toy craze, Beyblades , as well as to the anime series the toy tops have inspired.
Lord of the Rings, Comics Strong Sellers
January 15, 2002
In the midst of a recession and in the wake of the economic turmoil created by the 9-11 attacks, the pop culture retailers surveyed by ICv2 reported strong sales in December. Let's take a look at some of the categories...
First Products To Ship in March
January 1, 2002
Upper Deck has announced that it has acquired the license to produce and market the English language version of the Yu Gi Oh CCG , the game that took off when Pokemon declined in Japan.
Decipher's Warren Holland Speaks Out
January 1, 2002
Wizards of the Coast has announced that it has acquired an exclusive, multi-year, worldwide license for trading card games based on the entire Star Wars saga.
Most Important to Retailers
December 26, 2001
Here are ICv2's Top Five Anime Stories of 2001. These rankings are based on the business impact of these events on pop culture retailers. 1.Anime spreads out. A nime is reaching more deeply into America pop culture in a variety of ways, and seems stronger than ever.
Holiday Releases Dominate Top 10 Cool
December 26, 2001
New products dominated the Top 10 Cool lists this month, as strong new releases timed for the holidays pushed aside older ones.
#1 for 25 Weeks!
December 16, 2001
The year-end report for The Lycos 50, which totals the number of searches for particular topics through the Lycos search engine, finds Dragonball firmly ensconced in first place with more than twice as many searches as second place finisher Britney Spears.
How Wizards of the Coast Gets to Market
December 2, 2001
This is a sidebar article to our coverage of how Wizards of the Coast handles release dates for its two main product categories and various distribution channels.
Fox and NBC Plan Big Changes
November 20, 2001
Fox recently dropped its daytime cartoon block, and today Variety reports that the network is considering a number of scenarios for Saturday morning, most of which will spell the end for the four-hour, anime-laden Fox Kids Saturday lineup.
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