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First Release this Winter
July 7, 2002
Fantasy Flight Games of Roseville, Minnesota announced that it has acquired the rights to create board games based on the hugely popular Dragon Ball Z animated series.
Opportunity or Excuses?
July 7, 2002
Mark Farace of All American Collectibles in St. Louis was prompted by recent comments on Yu-Gi-Oh to let us know that he's focused on the opportunity and thinks complaints about availability are off base.
Stop This Trend Before It's Too Late
July 1, 2002
Ralph Finck of The Batter's Box in Truro, Nova Scotia, sent us a copy of his letter to Upper Deck on the unavailability of Yu-Gi-Oh to his store.
Bravo Upper Deck! Thumbs down to the Poke-parents!
July 1, 2002
Chris Pollichemi of Altered States Game and Hobby in Syracuse, New York has a different slant on the Yu-Gi-Oh shortage in hobby stores. He feels Upper Deck is making the right moves, but doesn't think much of the game, or some of its purchasers.
Is Marvel Giving Sales Advice to Upper Deck?
July 1, 2002
Stan Tychinski of Collectible Dreams in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania took an extra sarcasm pill before composing this missive. He's upset about the Yu-Gi-Oh shortage for the hobby, among other things.
Get It While It Lasts
June 30, 2002
Gail Burt of Metropolis Comics in Downey, California chimed in to offer Fred Swayne of Infinity Entertainment some advice on making money on the Yu-Gi-Oh craze.
Hobby Shops Should Be Shipped First
June 26, 2002
Dion Garvey of Amazing Discoveries is yet another retailer who objects to the way Upper Deck is handling the distribution of Yu-Gi-Oh! in the hobby.
Ratings Are Stellar
June 25, 2002
Yu-Gi-Oh's television ratings remain strong and the WB network has ordered an additional 39 episodes of the popular series from packager 4Kids Entertainment.
The Shortsightedness of Manufacturers
June 25, 2002
Yu-Gi-Oh is a hot topic with retailers because they can see that this CCG could be a top seller in the hobby if only enough product were available. Gail Burt of Metropolis Comics contrasts M:TG with Pokemon and has some advice for Upper Deck if they want to make Yu-Gi-Oh a perennial seller.
What's up with Upper Deck?
June 25, 2002
Robert Thumith of Enterprise Comics see a basic inequity between the way Upper Deck is distributing Yu-Gi-Oh in the hobby and in the mass-market.
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