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'Short-term in its Design'
June 12, 2005
Mark Bell of Bell's Comics in Grove City, Pennsylvania saw the article on Marvel's marketing push for 'House of M' and wants a different kind of marketing support.
In 2004 Rankings
April 21, 2005
Marvel Enterprises was the most dramatic gainer in the annual License Magazine list of the Leading Licensors in 2004.
Plus CCG, Miniature, Board Game, and RPG Top Tens
March 30, 2005
ICv2 has released its 2004 market reports in the ICv2 Retailers Guide to Games #7, and the over-all market for CCGs, miniature games, board and family games, and roleplaying games was weak in 2004.
To Support Wide Distribution
March 22, 2005
WizKids is planning a major television advertising campaign to support the release of Pirates of the Spanish Main Unlimited; it will reach 65% of 8- to 12-year-olds an average of 6.5 times over seven weeks.
Update on Allocations
March 9, 2005
Daniel McAbee of The Tangled Web in Spartanburg, South Carolina saw the comment from Rembert Parker of Reader Copies on Yu-Gi-Oh! allocations and sent this update to his earlier comments.
Could the Direct Market Do It?
March 7, 2005
Dean Phillips of Krypton Comics in Omaha, Nebraska saw the news that Marvel is putting comics in more outlets and giving away comics in schools and wants to know how an independent comic retailer could take part.
Debuts in October
February 21, 2005
Wizards of the Coast has announced the October release of its Xiaolin Showdown Collectible Card Game.
'Howl's Moving Castle' Debuts in U.S on June 10
February 2, 2005
Anime feature films took 11 of the top 20 spots in the list of Japanese box office totals for 2004 as well as representing more than 60% of the total.
Supported By Local Marketing
January 25, 2005
Topps' Wacky Packages trading cards are getting considerable regional traction in the New York metro area, with both independent retailers and chain stores reporting strong sales.
Viz and ShoPro Entertainment
January 25, 2005
Viz, LLC and ShoPro Entertainment will merge this spring into a new company that will be jointly owned by manga giants Shogakukan and Shueisha with licensing powerhouse ShoPro Entertainment Japan.
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