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Headline News Appleseed DVD Sales Surpass Expectations

Geneon Ent. reported that DVD sales of APPLESEED have exceeded expectations with more than 85,000 units sold to date since the titles May 10 release, setting a new standard for anime titles released in North America, and shaping up to be one of the top anime releases of 2005.

Headline News Geneon Releases Kyo Kara Maoh!: Vol. 1

On April 19, 2005, Geneon Ent. released KYO KARA MAOH!GOD (?) SAVE OUR KING! VOLUME ONE on DVD. The series is based on the Japanese novels that have sold more than two million copies. Presented in 16:9 anamorphic widescreen and featuring animation produced by Studio Deen (R.O.D. OVA, RANMA 1/2, RUROUNI KENSHIN OVA), the DVD features include textless opening animation and character data files. Each of the nine volumes will include a limited edition collectible animation cel. KYO KARAMAOH! GOD (?) SAVE OUR KING!

Headline News Suginami Anime Pavilion to Reopen

The Suginami Anime Pavilion will reopen at the Suginami Animation Museum on March 5, 2005, reports Anime Blogzine. The exhibit closed April 2004 for renovation and expansion.

The newly renovated museum will have expanded space for exhibits, a workshop, theater and anime library. Special exhibits will be held four times a year, starting with the special opening exhibit GUNDAM -REKIDAI NO KIDOU SENSHI.

Headline News ADV Films Released Three New Anime DVDs

ADV Films has released three new anime DVDs on Nov. 30, 2004. The titles include: MARTIAN SUCCESSOR NADESICO: ESSENTIAL ANIME COLLECTION, VOLUME 2, SORCERER HUNTERS: ESSENTIAL ANIME COLLECTION and BASTOF SYNDROME: ENDGAME.

Headline News Latest Animation World Magazine Acrobat Goes Live!

The latest Acrobat version of Animation World Magazine is now available for download. With the monthly theme of voice acting, Bart Simpson-actress Nancy Cartwright gives her advice for people wanting to get into the world of voice over. AWN managing editor Rick DeMott talks with veteran voice actor/director Lia Sargent about how a person makes a living as a voice actor. Anime expert Fred Patten looks at the world of dubbing anime series and features into English. In addition, Joe Strike continues his interview with animation vet Tad Stones.

Headline News Geneon Entertainment Nabs Toei Animation DVD Rights

Geneon Entertainment landed an important deal with leading Japanese anime producer Toei Animation to distribute the company's animation programs on DVD in the U.S. and Canada. The first titles slated to be distributed under the agreement are, Air Master, Interlude and Slam Dunk.

Headline News Neon Genesis Evangelion Tops 25 Anime of All Time List

NEON GENESIS EVANGELION topped the NEWTYPE USA readers list of top anime of all time. The publication ran a three-month open ballot to celebrate its second year of publication.

Coming in at No. 2 with more than 11,700 votes cast was COWBOY BEBOP, a perennial favorite that combines Western themes with sci-fi motifs and jazzy music. And the third favorite anime of all time: INUYASHA, the long-running adventure starring a modern schoolgirl and a feudal half-demon dog boy. Rounding out the top five are RUROUNI KENSHIN and TRIGUN.

Headline News G4techTV Lands Three New Anime Programs

G4techTV has picked up three new adventure anime series, R.O.D-THE TV-, GUNGRAVE and GAD GUARD, from Geneon Ent.(USA) Inc. As part of the networks late night block, Anime Unleashed, R.O.D-THE TV- and GUNGRAVE will air throughout the month of October, Monday through Sunday, at 12:00 am (ET), 9:00 pm (PT). GAD GUARD will air every night at 12:00 am (ET), 9:00 pm (PT), beginning Nov. 8, 2004.

Headline News eigoMANGA Sends Anime & Manga To Iraq-bound Troops

eigoMANGA is sending care packages containing anime and manga gifts for U.S. Army troops stationed at Colorado Springs, Colorado, expected to be departing to soon to Iraq. The media and publishing company is answering the call of the Army troops that formed an anime club on the base called, A.N.I.M.E. Club.

Headline News ADV, Funimation & Geneon Form Joint Venture

At MIPCOM, the three largest producers and distributors of anime in America -- ADV Films Inc., Funimation Prods. and Geneon Ent. (USA) Inc. -- announced plans to form a joint venture for the development and marketing of anime. They will focus on developing high quality entertainment series primarily targeted to children and young adults, where the team can best maximize their respective resources, talent and expertise.

Headline News Fred Patten’s Watching Anime, Reading Manga Hits Books Shelves

Stone Bridge Press has published the first book-length collection by one of the most respected writers on anime and manga Fred Patten. WATCHING ANIME, READING MANGA gathers a quarter century of Pattens writings on the business of anime, fandom, artists, Japanese society and the most influential titles. Providing the forward is Carl Macek, the producer responsible for bringing some of the most important anime titles to the U.S.

Headline News ADV Films Lands MADLAX Rights

By Rick DeMott | Tuesday, September 28, 2004 at 12:00am

On Sept. 25, 2004, at the Anime Weekend Atlanta convention, ADV Films co-founder Matt Greenfield and ADV representative David Williams let slip that the company had acquired the new anime series MADLAX. ADV will release the new series from Bee Train (NOIR, .HACK// SIGN) on home video and it will broadcast on the Anime Network. A release date has not yet been announced.

Headline News DreamWorks & Anime Network Team On Ghost In The Shell 2 Promotion

Go Fish Pictures, a subsidiary of DreamWorks Pictures, has selected Anime Network as the platform for its fall television advertising campaign for the highly-anticipated animated film GHOST IN THE SHELL 2: INNOCENCE. The studio's ad commitment encompasses Anime Network's 24-hour cable channel as well as the network's video-on-demand (VOD) service and will include the airing of the full 75-second trailer for the film.

Headline News Anime Network Moves From VOD to Cable Channel

Anime Network moves from a strictly video-on-demand (VOD) format to a 24/7 national network beginning July 27, 2004, securing deals with major national advertisers in preparation for its launch, including interactive entertainment powerhouses Atari, Nintendo and Capcom.

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