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10/23/2004

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More Saikano

A couple of projects for Saishuu Heiki Kanojo are in the works. The first is a live-action production, scheduled for release in 2005. In addition, a 2-volume OVA is scheduled for release in spring 2005. No word yet as to what the OVA storyline will be (i.e. sequel, prequel).

(source
: Click here)

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10/16/2004

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Second Naruto film in production

Hot on the heels of last August's Naruto film is the announcement of a second film. The story revolves around a struggle between Naruto and Sasuke. No word on a release date yet.

(source
: Click here)

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10/06/2004

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ADV, Funimation, Geneon Form Joint Venture

ADV Films, Funimation and Geneon Entertainment announced their plans to form a join venture, in order to encourage growth in the anime market. Though details are fairly scarce at this point, the press release states that the joint venture is for the "development and marketing of anime". In other words, this is not a merger of the companies; just a sharing of resources.

(source
: Click here)

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10/02/2004

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Yukikaze-based OVA coming soon

Gonzo has announced a release date for Sentou Yousei Shoujo Tasukete! Meve-chan, a one-episode OVA which is spun off from Sentou Yousei Yukikaze. The 30 minute episode will be "serious and hard SF", according to Gonzo. The street date is February 24, 2005.

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: Click here)

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09/30/2004

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Nintendo: The Animation Studio?

Nintendo advisor Hiroshi Yamauchi announced that Nintendo is looking into creating an animation studio, citing that they are "prepared to accept the risks involved." No word on what kind of titles they would be creating (i.e. based on Nintendo characters, or simply another studio producing animation).

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09/25/2004

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More Stand Alone Complex issues

Right on the heels of replacing defective copies of Volume 1 of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Bandai is now looking into a problem with volume 2. It seems that DTS versions were mis-labeled as Dolby Digital and vice- versa. They are currently looking into it. Man, 0 for 2.

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: Click here)

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09/04/2004

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Nagasaki to be commemorated with animated film

With the 60th Anniversary of the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki coming up next year, a film called Nagasaki 1945: Anzerasu no Kane will be released. The story will focus on the work of the doctors right after the bombing.

(source
: Click here)

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08/22/2004

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Witchblade in Japan

In a bit of reverse licensing, The Top Cow Comics title, Witchblade, has been acquired by Gonzo Studios. They are planning to create a new story based on the concept, rather than use existing stories. In addition, a manga will be created, to be distributed stateside by Top Cow.

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08/10/2004

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No Paranoia Agent name changing

Apparently, Geneon was planning on changing the character name of Shounen Bat to, of all things, Lil Slugger. Oh, for cute! Except it's not very fitting. Thankfully, they have changed their mind, and Shounen Bat will remain in both the subtitles and the English dub. See, your complaints are sometimes heard by the studios...well, the good ones, anyway.

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07/31/2004

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Otakon licenses

Bandai - Planetes, Fantastic Children, Avengers

Geneon - Star Ocean X, Jubei-Chan 2, Petit Cossette, Koi Kaze, Human Scramble, Tokyo Underground, Ultramaniacs, Kyo Kara Maru

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07/23/2004

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Steamboy 2 announced

Well, it's barely hit theaters (premiered last Monday), and Steamboy has a sequel in the works. At this point, it's unknown whether it will be a second film or a TV series. But the creators are hoping it doesn't take another 9 years to make. In addition, a side project based on the heroine, Scarlet, is in the works, to be called Steamgirl (natch). (source: Click here)

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07/15/2004

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Fullmetal Alchemist in movie form

Yes, Fullmetal Alchemist is getting the motion picture treatment. The story will take place two years after the end of the series, and will be directed and written by the same team that brought you the series. It is scheduled to come out late summer 2005. (source: Click here)

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07/11/2004

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More Gundam SEED

Gundam SEED continues this fall with the release of Gundam SEED Destiny. The series begins two years after the original Gundam SEED series. Broadcast will begin in October. (source: Click here)

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07/06/2004

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Anime Expo license announcements

Anime Expo is over. Here's what was licensed.

AN Entertainment - Jungle wa Itsumo Hare Nochi Guu, Jungle was Itsumo Hare Nochi Guu Deluxe

ADV Films - Area 88 TV, Detective Loki Ragnarok, Elemental Gerard, Elfin Lied, Gantz, Gravion Zwei, Hello Kitty Animation Theater, Kurao: Phantom Memory, Maburaho, Marine Boy, Moeyo Ken, Nanaka 6/17, Tactics, Tree of Palme, Yumeria

Bandai - Dan Doh, Hiro Senki, Kenran Butoh Sai: The Mars Daybreak, Onegai Twins OVA, Scrapped Princess

Funimation - Bakuretsu Tenshi, Tenchi Muyo Ryo-Ohki OVA 3

Geneon - The Daichis, Popotan, Rumiko Takahashi Theater, Saiyuki Gunlock, Shin Getter Robo, Submarine 707R

Media Blasters - Asagiri no Miko, Eiken, Midori no Hibi, Otogizoushi, Shura no Toki

Right Stuf - Boogiepop Phantom (live action), Boys Be, To Heart

Tokyopop - Psychic Academy (somewhat unconfirmed)

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07/01/2004

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Steamboy in the U.S.

The eagerly awaited release of Katsuhiro Otomo's Steamboy is near. The U.S. release is a bit further off, but details are trickling out. It should see a U.S. theatrical release by the end of the year. It will come in two flavors: a dubbed and edited version and an uncut subtitled print. No word on which theaters will get which version, but I suspect it will be up to each theater. (source: Click here)

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06/28/2004

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Server downtime

Our server was upgraded over the weekend, which resulted in some downtime. Everything should be nominal now. Thanks for your patience!

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06/22/2004

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Miyazaki DVD delay

The upcoming Miyazaki films from Disney, due to come out on August 31, have been delayed. There is no word yet on a new date. The titles affected are My Neighbor Totoro, Nausicaa and Porco Rosso. (source: Click here)

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06/18/2004

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Upcoming series

A few new series were recently announced.

School Rumble - the popular manga will be made into an animated series.

Major - baseball-themed manga will hit Japanese airwaves this fall.

Iriya no Sora, UFO no Natsu - the popular Akiyama Mizuhito-penned novel series will be adapted into an anime premiering next January. (source
: Click here)

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06/13/2004

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New Galaxy Express

A new series based on the classic Galaxy Express 999 is in the works. Called Uchuu Koukyoushi Maetel-Ginga Tetsudo 999 Gaiden, it takes place before the original series, and will feature a young Captain Harlock. Premieres on August 6.
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06/09/2004

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Licensing Show announcements

A few more licenses were announced, this time at the Licensing Show in New York City:

Geneon - Tenjou Tenge, Samurai Champloo, Hana Ukyo Maid Team, Daphne in the Brilliant Blue

4Kids - One Piece

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06/06/2004

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A-Kon announcements

Several licenses were announced at this weekend's A-Kon:

ADV Films - Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch, E's Otherwise, Cromartie High School

Bandai - Dear Boys, Overman King Gainer

Funimation - Gunslinger Girl

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06/04/2004

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More Onegai Twins

On the heels of Onegai Twins (which was a sequel to Onegai Teacher), is Onegai Friends. It is set one year after Onegai Twins. No word on a release date. (source: Click here)

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05/28/2004

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Anime-only Theater

Need another reason to visit Japan? How about an anime-only theater? That's right, a theater devoted to animation just opened in the Akihabara region of Tokyo. The 105-seat theater includes Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, and the premiere event included a showing of Tsukihime, along with several cast members. (source: Click here)

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05/25/2004

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Ghost in the Shell: Innocence in the U.S.

Fresh from it's appearance at Cannes, Ghost in the Shell: Innocence will debut in the U.S. on 9/17. In addition, the European rights have been purchased by United International Pictures. No European dates have been announced yet. (source: Click here)

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05/20/2004

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New Production IG TV series in the works

Production IG (responsible for Ghost in the Shell) has announced a new production in the works. It is a samurai TV anime set during the Heian period (about 900 A.D.), and will be called Otogizoushi. It premieres in July. (source: Click here)

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05/18/2004

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ADV licenses

ADV Films announced several new licenses at Anime Central.

-Full Metal Panic Fumoffu
-Peacemaker Kurogane
-Gatchaman

Peacemaker Kurogane will be released as Peacemaker. Gatchaman is the original, uncut anime known in the states as Battle of the Planets or G-Force. The G-Force edit will be shown on ADV's Anime Network, with the uncut version appearing on DVD. (source
: Click here)

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05/15/2004

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New Geneon licenses

Geneon announced several new title acquisitions at this weekend's Anime Central. Here they are:

-Saiyuki Reload
-Shingetsutan Tsukihime
-Burn Up Scramble
-Cybuster

(source
: Click here)

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05/10/2004

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Fullmetal Alchemist licensed

Funimation strikes again. It was announced today at the E3 convention that Funimation has licensed Fullmetal Alchemist. Furthermore, they have sold the broadcast rights to Cartoon Network, who will begin airing episodes in October. (source: Click here)

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05/07/2004

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Gunbuster 2 coming

Gainax announced at their Festival the forthcoming Gunbuster 2. It will be a six episode OVA, with volume 1 due to come out this fall. Now, if only the first Gunbuster would exit from limbo.... (source: Click here)

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04/26/2004

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Sakura-con announcements

Some news is trickling in from Sakura-con. Let's have a look.

ADV Films - Parasite Dolls, Petit Purie Yucie licensed.

Geneon USA - eX-Driver movie, Requiem From the Darkness licensed.

Funimation - Spiral licensed.

(source
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04/22/2004

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Innocence at Cannes

Ghost in the Shell: Innocence has been nominated for the Palm d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival. It will be competing for the top honor along with 17 other films. This is only the fifth time an animated film has been nominated for the prestigious award.
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04/21/2004

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Media Blasters acquisitions

Though they hinted at new acquisitions at Anime Boston, Media Blasters has formally announced three new titles:

Giant Robo
Gin-Rei OVA
Gokusen

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04/19/2004

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Last week in review

Last week was rather quiet as far as premiere episodes go, but it was bustling compared to the next few weeks. This, week, I take a look at Pugyuru, Mahou Shoujo tai Arusu, Initial D: Fourth Stage and Gantz.

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04/16/2004

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ADV Films to launch Ani-Mini DVDs

Taking a cue from Central Park Media's Anime Test Drive series, ADV Films will release Ani-Mini DVDs, which contain the first episode of several titles. The DVDs will apparently be dub-only, and retail for $7.98. The following titles will come out as Ani-Mini DVDs on June 15:

Azumanga Daioh
Hello Kitty & Friends
Happy Lesson
Kaleido Star
Noir
Panyo Panyo Digi Charat
Princess Nine
Pretear
Super Gals
Wedding Peach

(source
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04/12/2004

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Anime Boston re-cap

Here are the licenses announced at this year's Anime Boston.

ADV Films - Princess Tutu, RahXephon movie
Bandai - Digi Charat Nyo, Onegai Twins
Funimation - Kodomo no Omocha, Blue Gender movie
Geneon - Stellvia, Paranoia Agent, Dokkoider
Media Blasters - Kamunagara (manga)
Synch Point - Digi Charat

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04/10/2004

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New News feature

Beginning today, each weekend news post will have a rundown on the titles that premiered in Japan the week before. Though the post will reflect my thoughts on the titles, there is plenty of room for all members to comment/debate the merits and pitfalls of the latest. Enjoy this new feature, and join in the debate.

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04/07/2004

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Kill Bill anime in the works

A prequel to Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill is in the works, and it will be animated. No word yet on which studio will do the animation, but it will be done in the same style as in the film, and that work was done by Production I.G. Apparently, the story will revolve around the men who turned Bill into a killer. (source: Click here)

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04/04/2004

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BAAF Cancelled

The Big Apple Anime Fest has officially been cancelled for 2004. As mentioned before, this is due to booking/security problems in New York City, since the GOP convention is taking place at the same time. Rather than re-schedule, the staff will simply look ahead to 2005. (source: Click here)

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03/31/2004

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Chobits figures

Toycom will be releasing a set of six Chobits figures in late summer. The figures will be four inches tall, and include Chii in Tyrolean Dress, Chii in Black Dress, Chii in Pajamas, Black Chii, Yuzuki and Sumomo. SRP is $6.50. Chiiiiii...... (source: Click here)

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03/26/2004

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Ghibli titles no longer a rumor

Disney has confirmed that three new Studio Ghibli titles will be coming out on DVD this August 31. The titles, once again, are Nausicaa in the Valley of the Wind, My Neighbor Totoro and Porco Rosso. Finally, a wealth of Ghibli is pouring into the states, in it's proper form. (source: Click here)

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03/23/2004

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New Madhouse project

Natural Born Kittens, the popular comic strip from the mind of UK artist Larry Bundy, Jr will be made into a 26 episode series, with animation done by Madhouse Studios. The story is about four Egyptian cat goddesses who pose as schoolgirls, so you can bet there will be plenty of fan-service. The script will be done in the west, so I'm guessing that it will be an English language series. (source: Click here)

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03/19/2004

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Odds and Ends from Tokyo International Anime Fair

A few interesting items have come out of the Tokyo International Anime Fair. First, Hideaki Anno's new project will be a Cutie Honey animated TV series, called re: Cutie Honey. No word on a broadcast date, but Anno's live-action Cutie Honey movie comes out on May 29.

Also, a second Appleseed film is in the works. It will utilize the same 3D animation featured in the upcoming film, which comes out on April 17. (source
: Click here)

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03/16/2004

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ADV acquires Chrno Crusade

ADV Films announced that they have acquired the rights to the Chrno Crusade TV series (they already have the manga). There is no word on a release date yet, but they will showcase the series on their Anime Network. (source: Click here)

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03/12/2004

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ADV to stop Sailor Moon

ADV Films' license for Sailor Moon was apparently short term, as the creators have asked that it no longer be available in the U.S. after April 1. Thus, Sailor Moon is saying goodbye. The current episodes will remain available while supplies last, so if you had any interest in this title, you'd better pick it up now. From what I've seen, many retailers are discounting it, so you may be able to clean up nicely. (source: Click here)

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03/11/2004

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Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi coming to Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network has acquired the broadcast rights to Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, which features (natch) the J-pop band, Puffy AmiYumi. The anime will incorporate live-action footage of the duo, and appears to be slated for Decemeber. (source: Click here)

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03/09/2004

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Studio Ghibli news

A number of announcements were made regarding Studio Ghibli titles.
- Howl's Moving Castle hits Japanese theaters in July.
- Nausicaa the next U.S. release. All Ghibli titles will be out in U.S. by the end of 2005.
- Disney-produced Tonari no Totoro English dub already under way.
- Porco Rosso release news expected by the end of March.
- Mononoke Hime to get theatrical re-release subtitled. (source
: Click here)

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03/06/2004

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Agatha Christie animated

NHK has announced their plan to bring Agatha Christie's popular mystery novels to the world of animation, beginning in July 2004. There are 39 'books' planned, which most likely means that 39 separate stories are planned, one per episode. This is the next part of NHK's New Anime Works Development Project, following on the heels of Tezuka Osama's Hi No Tori, which comes out in April. (source: Click here)

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03/04/2004

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Geneon acquires Appleseed

The upcoming CG-rendered Appleseed film has been licensed to Geneon Entertainment. They have the rights to distribute the film all over the world, outside of Japan. It should hit the states and Europe sometime this summer. Japanese release date is April 17. (source: Click here)

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02/29/2004

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Del Rey reversal

Perhaps due to fan backlash, Del Rey has changed it's censorship stance. Instead of covering up the naughty bits, Magister Negi Magi will be released unchanged, but shrink-wrapped and slapped with a warning label. Fair enough. Score one for the fans, I guess. (source: Click here)

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02/26/2004

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Del Rey plays censor

Del Rey's first manga release, Magister Negi Magi, will have any nudity drawn over with underwear, towels, etc. According to a Del Rey spokesperson, it was done with creator Ken Akamatsu's full knowledge, and only 10 panels were affected. However, Akamatsu posted in his online diary that he was shocked by the news. Del Rey assures us that future manga releases (like Gundam Seed) will not be altered in any way. (source: Click here)

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02/22/2004

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Big deal with ADV

Apparently, ADV Films has entered into an exclusive agreement with Mag Garden that gives it worlwide distribution rights (except Asia) to future Mag Garden titles, including merchandise. Current Mag Garden manga titles include Peacemaker Kurogane, R^2, Matantei Loki Ragnarok and Jinki Extend. In exchange, Mag Garden will get money to produce anime. (source: Click here)

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02/17/2004

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Macross legal news

The Japanese Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by Studio Nue, asserting that Tatsunoko Pro owns the copyright to the anime. The studio was granted the copyright on character designs, but was also after the anime rights. An earlier court had turned this down in September, which led to this Supreme Court ruling. As this is the Supreme Court, this is the end of the road for Studio Nue. I hope that this is good news that paves the way to an eventual release of key Macross titles. (source: Click here)

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02/12/2004

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Macross Valkyries coming soon

Harmony Gold will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Macross: Do You Remember Love? by releasing a series of Valkyrie figures based on the film. The first set will feature three figures for $39.99. The figures are:

- VF-1S: Roy Focker's Strike Battroid Valkyrie
- VF-1A: Hikaru Ichijo's Super Battroid Valkyrie
- VF-1A: Hayao Kakizaki's Super Battroid Valkyrie

(source
: Click here)

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02/09/2004

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Millennium Actress Shut Out

Up for four Annie Awards, Satoshi Kon's Millennium Actress got a total of none. For the record, it lost to Finding Nemo in every category it was nominated for. Animatrix did manage to win it's only nomination. (source: Click here)

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02/07/2004

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Detective Conan gets a name change

Due to legal reasons, Funimation will be renaming the upcoming Detective Conan series. The new title, which was created with Funimation's "Japanese partners", will be Case Closed. In addition, there will be some character name changes, though Conan Edogawa will remain unchanged. (source: Click here)

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02/05/2004

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New Shoji Kawamori anime in the works

The famed director of Arjuna and Macross fame has a new project in the works. It is called Sousei no Aquarian, and features a bleak future, where teens pilot mechas that can join together to form a giant guardian, Aquarian. No details on a release date yet, but it will be produced by Satelight, and it will be 52 episodes. (source: Click here)

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02/03/2004

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4Kid's Entertainment acquires Tokyo Mew Mew

They've done it again! Tokyo Mew Mew has been licensed by 4Kids Entertainment. They will be changing the title to Hollywood Mew Mew. I guess they don't think kids are smart enough to know that a city called Tokyo exists. In fact, 4Kids CEO Al Kahn has said as much. According to Mr. Kahn,

"By the time we localize the programs, kids don't even know they're from Japan anymore."

I feel a rant coming on... (source
: Click here)

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01/31/2004

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Wolf's Rain not delayed, Last Exile is on Tech TV

The Oops Virus has been circulating. The three new episodes of Wolf's Rain, which were reportedly delayed, are now not. The first disc has already hit stores. The final volume, which contains new episodes 29 and 30, is still on track for a February 25 release.

Meanwhile, Tech TV has denied, then announced that Last Exile will be shown starting March 8. They will be showing two episodes per night all week, followed by a marathon of episodes 1-12 on March 14 (at 4pm). In addition, episode 13 will finish the marathon. This episode is not yet available in the U.S. (source
: Click here)

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01/27/2004

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Jump to Japan exhibit hits children's museums.

Starting in Seattle, and slowly moving it's way across the country, the Jump to Japan: Discovering Culture Through Popular Art exhibit focuses on anime and manga. It is divided into three sections: Fantastic Animation (which will include a giant Nekko Bus, perhaps like at the Studio Ghibli Museum), Manga Mania and Artful Traditions (which will feature woodblock printing and art scrolls). It runs in Seattle from January 24-June 6. (source: Click here)

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01/22/2004

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Dark Horse has Lone Wolf and Cub prequel

Following on the heels of their very successful release of the epic manga masterpiece, Lone Wolf and Cub, Dark Horse has acquired the rights to release the 10-volume prequel, Samurai Executioner. This was created by the same team that brought you the original (Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima), and will begin release this summer. (source: Click here)

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01/20/2004

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Live-action Witch Hunter Robin

Yes, it appears that an American production company has purchased the rights to make a Witch Hunter Robin TV series for the American market. It's only in the earliest stages of development, so not much news other than this announcement. Boy, Hollywood is just strip-mining Japan for ideas, aren't they? (source: Click here)

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01/19/2004

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Geneon USA shows up in Japan again.

First, it was Satoshi Kon's Mousou Dairinin. Now, it appears that Burn-Up Scramble is also showing Geneon USA as part of the production staff (as seen in the end credits). So It's all just speculation now, and it certainly is obvious that they're pumping some money into these titles. Does that mean they will have the domestic license at some point? Stay tuned.... (source: Click here)

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01/15/2004

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Steamboy coming soon?

After last year's delay, it's difficult to say for sure. But the studio is giving a July 2004 release date, and claims that the film will finish production in March. Let's hope so. Just for the record, the film is projected to cost 2.4 billion Yen, which would make it the most expensive anime ever produced. (source: Click here)

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01/09/2004

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Millennium Actress, Animatrix get Annie nods.

The International Animated Film Society awards, or Annies, have nominated Millennium Actress and Animatrix for awards this year. Millennium Actress is up for four awards, including Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature, while Animatrix is up for one. (source: Click here)

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01/02/2004

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Hidden features on Castle in the Sky DVD.

The folks over at The Digital Bits have uncovered a hidden 20-minute documentary on the Region 1 DVD release of Miyazaki's Castle in the Sky. It is only accessible on DVD-ROM, by looking for the .vob file. It's possible that this was originally supposed to be on the disc, but was dropped off at the last minute, with them forgetting to remove the file. It's not subtitled, but if you can find it, it's a nice little extras for your viewing pleasure.

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