Los Angeles, CA (March 3, 2004)--TOKYOPOP Inc. is pleased to unveil the latest addition to its rapidly growing publishing family--an innovative new line of manga novels. This inventive format combines the best of the visual and literary worlds: popular manga titles and original TOKYOPOP series presented in a unique novel layout and complemented by a weave of stunning manga-style illustrations. TOKYOPOP's much-anticipated manga novel imprint launches with a top-notch trio of engaging and easy-to-read titles. The latest original work by D.J. Milky, Karma Club, joins already popular manga series Slayers and CLAMP School Case Files: Paranormal Investigators.
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Fans’ favorite round boy Kevin Smith answered some questions about the Green Hornet film he’s now working on.
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A great sketch of the Vermin Man, a villain from Constantine--the upcoming big screen adaptation of DC Vertigo’s Hellblazer—is now online.
Do you like your Frank Castle-induced violence nice and crisp? Well, check out the better quality trailer now online.
A minute-long new Hellboy trailer is now online with a bunch of new shots not seen before.
2nd Volume of the hit fantasy-action series in stores March 9th, 2004
After over a decade at the top, Sailor Moon's presence is fading quickly. In the mid-90s, it dominated the anime scene, carrying Cartoon Network to record-high weekday ratings. Now, it's a fraction as powerful, seen only on a few local stations in pre-dawn timeslots. Next week, all of ADV's Sailor Moon video releases will be given "out of print" status, and Pioneer's discs can't be far behind. Even in Japan, merchandise sales, the driving force of the Sailor Moon franchise, have screeched to a halt. By any account, Sailor Moon is on her last legs.