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Headline News Yu-Gi-Oh! Set To Hit The Web with a New Site

4Kids Entertainment, licensing agent for the animated series Yu-Gi-Oh!, along with the property’s licensors TV TOKYO and NAS have teamed up with website specialists MadeByPi to develop a dedicated global site, www.yugioh.com, which is set to launch in November to coincide with the franchise’s 10th anniversary.

Headline News Beyblade: Metal Fusion Spinning To Licensing Success

The successful relaunch of the boys action phenomenon BEYBLADE is under way as Nelvana Enterprises announces a number of broadcast and licensing deals for the new animated series BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion.

Blogs J-Pop Idol Mano Erina and Tales of Terror From Tokyo land at Club Nokia

The J-Pop/J-Rock presence at the Los Angeles Anime Expo continues to grow. Yes, Mano Erina will be attending the world premiere screening of her first film Kai-Ki: Tales of Terror from Tokyo. She will also be performing.

Headline News Whedon, Super Size Director Team for Comic-Con Doc

SUPER SIZE ME director Morgan Spurlock is teaming with Joss Whedon, Stan Lee, Ain't It Cool News' Harry Knowles and Legendary Pictures' head Thomas Tull for the documentary, COMIC-CON EPISODE FOUR: A FAN'S HOPE, reports VARIETY.

Headline News TokyoPop & Odin's Eye Dream Up Manga Adaptation

Sydney-based international sales and production entity Odin's Eye announced today a partnership with Tokyo- and Los Angeles-based media company TOKYOPOP to produce a feature film adaptation of TOKYOPOP's successful manga graphic novel series The Dreaming.

Headline News VIZAnime.com Streaming New Anime Series Cross Game

VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), one of the entertainment industry’s most innovative and comprehensive publishing, animation and licensing companies, has announced the very special North American premiere of the new anime series - CROSS GAME, a story set against the backdrop of baseball that explores the bonds of love shared between family and friends.

Blogs Sony Online and Rockin’ Android Announce Doujin Games for PSNetwork

The doujin genre itself is quite interesting. As fan-made, amateur products they normally incorporate famous anime characters – the actual copyright holders normally ignore such infringement, perhaps viewing it as both a source of free marketing and a means to create a stronger fan base. So, it doesn’t get more otaku than this.

Blogs A Few Minutes with Radical Axis

If you haven’t experienced the Radical Axis vision, you’re falling behind. From the deviant fast-food characters of Aqua Teen Hunger Force to the alcoholic mouse of 12 oz. Mouse, Radical Axis continues to push the boundaries of animation’s familiar aesthetic and to joyously exercise the freedom of speech intrinsic to comedy’s carnival.

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