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On Doubling Up Frequency for the Summer
April 28, 2003
Michael Tierney of the Comic Book Store in Little Rock and Collector's Edition in North Little Rock, Arkansas is giving Marvel the love today for its decision to double up the frequency on key titles for the summer.
Behind Big Growth in Games
April 21, 2003
Hasbro released its first quarter results on Monday, announcing earnings of $1.2 million, vs. a $246 million loss in the year ago quarter.
Debuts on 5/16
April 9, 2003
Pokemon is no longer the cultural phenomenon it was when it set the record for North American box office earnings for an anime film, but it was a sign of how far the franchise has fallen when Miramax announced that the fifth Pokemon theatrical feature will receive only a limited theatrical release...
Later in 03
April 8, 2003
In its announcement of year-end results, Topps announced two anime-based product lines for 2003.
For Toonami & Adult Swim Blocks
April 4, 2003
The Cartoon Network, which has been troubled with low ratings for much of its schedule, managed to score some impressive gains during the anime-dominated Toonami and Adult Swim blocks.
10-K Released
April 1, 2003
Hasbro released its annual report last Friday, revealing some details of its operations not previously disclosed in its announcement of year-end results. The break-out of its retail segment disclosed continued large losses of around $20 million in 2002.
'Let's Eliminate Negative Thinking!'
March 31, 2003
Gail Burt of Metropolis Comics in Downey, California saw our article on the move of Spider-Man 2 off the first weekend in May, potentially affecting Free Comic Book Day next year, and had this to say.
Itself!
March 19, 2003
Nintendo of America has formed a Trading Card Division to produce the Pokemon trading card game.
CCGs, Miniature Games, Specialty Boardgames, RPGs
March 18, 2003
In a print exclusive for its publication the ICv2 Retailers Guide To Games , released this week at the GAMA trade show, ICv2 has analyzed the market size of the major game categories sold in pop culture stores in the U.S.
Wizards of the Coast License Ending
March 12, 2003
Wizards of the Coast CEO Chuck Huebner has announced that the company will no longer produce the Pokemon trading card game after the next three releases.
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