Mass Had First
September 24, 2003
Daniel McAbee of The Tangled Web in Spartanburg, South Carolina didn't like chain outlets getting the new Yu-Yu Hakusho CCG before he did.
A CCG Card for Every Ticket Sold
September 22, 2003
Warner Brothers has acquired the rights to the first Yu-Gi-Oh! feature film and plans to release it on August 13, 2004. Unlike many current animated features, the new Yu-Gi-Oh! film will be done in the traditional 2-D Japanese anime fashion.
August 26, 2003
On October 7th, Nintendo's F-Zero will begin its career in television.
Returning Hits Now; Hot New Series Later
August 17, 2003
Kids WB announced its fall schedule last week, and it's heavy on returning hits, including Pokemon, Yu Gi Oh, Scooby Doo and Jackie Chan in daily strips.
Currently In Production In Japan
August 3, 2003
Warner Brothers is in negotiations to acquire the worldwide rights (excluding Asia) to a Yu-Gi-Oh! animated feature currently in production in Japan.
July 22, 2003
According to National Sales Manager Dean Irwin, Nintendo's first Pokemon release under its own brand, the EX Ruby and Sapphire series, has sold out two printings since its release last month.
Toys & International Lead The Way
July 21, 2003
Hasbro reported increased sales and profits for the second quarter of 2003 with sales up 7% to 581.5 million.
Duking It Out with Yu Gi Oh
July 20, 2003
Duel Masters , one of the hottest card games in Japan, is heading for the U.S. and a showdown with Yu-Gi-Oh !.
Featuring Anime Properties
May 14, 2003
4Kids Entertainment announced its Game Boy Advance-TV system at the E3 show in Los Angeles this week.
Spirited Away #4 All Time Anime in U.S.
April 30, 2003
Spirited Away looks to be on the downside of its U.S. box office lifespan, down to 47 theaters with a gross of only $25,972 last weekend.