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by Dennis 03:38AM Friday May 11 2007
Edward James Olmos and Katee Sackhoff Confirm Final Season of Battlestar Galactica!!!

When asked about the next season of Battlestar, Olmos had this to say, “This will probably be the most extraordinary season of Battlestar, it’s the final season so, it’s definitely going to be the most vicious.”


»iesb.net/index.php?option=com_co···temid=99

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by ULTIMA1 03:03PM Monday Aug 22 2005
Hows does everyone feel about the live action version of the Transformer animated series.


»www.transformerslive.com

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by Swordfish II 10:36PM Wednesday Jul 13 2005
A cowboy bebop PS2 game is in the works. A video of it can be seen here. »www.bandaigames.channel.or.jp/li···dex.html

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by Swordfish II 02:22PM Sunday Mar 20 2005
»www.animenewsnetwork.com/article···id=6179

REMIX will feature a completely remixed and remastered Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS surround sound and remastered video under the direction/supervision of Shinichiro Watanabe. REMIX will include new extras such as interviews with the US voice actors and actresses, collections of trailers, promos, the Session 0 extras (Japanese Interviews with the staff and cast, story digest of the second half of the series, Tank music videos) and more.

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by Dennis 02:00PM Tuesday Oct 19 2004
Hello.
Thought you may be interested in this:

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"The Cyberpunk Educator is a documentary study of mainstream cyberpunk films of the 1980's- with a heavy focus on their literary, political, and cultural content.
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by Dennis 06:49PM Tuesday Apr 06 2004
»www.starwars.com/episode-iii/bts···05.html
Lucas Film has announced the released the date for Star Wars Episode III. They date has been made to May 19 ,2005. Now they just need the name.

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by SRFireside 11:45AM Tuesday Mar 30 2004
Rumor has it that George Lucas has changed his mind once again regarding the proposed title for the third installment (or sixth depending on how you look at it) of Star Wars. The previous idea would have been "Rise of the Empire", which sounds appropriate. Now Lucas wants to change that to "The Creeping Fear." What the heck is that? Sounds more like a slogan for a laxative commercial than a Star Wars movie.

»www.theforce.net/episode3/index.shtml

George has been batting zero on Star Wars titles through this entire set of "prequel" movies. And I thought it couldn't get any worse than "Attack of the Clones."

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by splix 02:04PM Sunday Nov 02 2003
While anime in its modern form has only been around for approximately the last 40 years, animation in Japan extends back over twice as long, as this work proves. In the early days of anime, independent animators worked vigorously to produce what eventually would pave the way to Astro Boy in 1963.
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by IGotThePower 08:11AM Thursday Oct 02 2003
As usual, there was a frustratingly large number of different fascinating things going on at the same time for most of the hours of the day at the 2003 San Diego Comic Con (SDCC). Especially if, like me, you were interested in both anime and "mainstream" American comics Eand media-oriented programming, as well as the more academic Comics Arts Conference (CAC) track that ran alongside the parent convention for most of the first three days.
Full story here.

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by IGotThePower 09:11AM Friday Sep 26 2003
ADV Films today announced a November 4, 2003 release date for Sin: Special Edition, the movie tie-in to the video game of the same name from Ritual Entertainment. Sin: The Movie, produced by ADV Films and animated by Japan's Phoenix Animation, was originally released in 2000. This Special Edition release includes Sin on DVD, plus the original soundtrack on CD, performed by the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra.The DVD includes both English-language and Japanese-language audio, and offers viewers two distinct storylines in the subtitled versions. One is Sin: The Movie's original English-script, while the other is the Japanese-language translation of the English script-creating intriguing variations in the storyline.
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by IGotThePower 09:08AM Friday Sep 26 2003
Anime expert Fred Patten reviews the latest anime releases including Alien Nine, .hack//SIGN, Junkers Come Here, Lupin the 3rd: The Movie -- The Secret of Mamo, RahXephon.
Reviews here.

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by IGotThePower 09:26AM Tuesday Sep 23 2003
Manga publisher Mag Garden, publisher of the Monthly Comic Blade manga anthology will be listed on Tokyo Stocks Exchange's "Mothers" Market for start-up companies. Mag Garden was spun-off of the publication arm of Enix before the company merged with Square. Mag Garden's manga include Matantei Loki Ragnarok, Peacemaker Kurogane and R^2.
Full story here.

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by IGotThePower 09:19AM Tuesday Sep 23 2003
According to several retail sources, Bandai is planning to switch to a new DVD distributor. The new business arragement, which would end their relationship with current distributor Pioneer, is reportedly scheduled to begin on January 1, 2004. Bandai declined to comment on the alleged change.
Full news here.

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by IGotThePower 01:29AM Thursday Sep 18 2003
According to the latest Famitsu magazine, Sony Computer Entertainment will be releasing PoPoLoCrois: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken, which will be the fifth installment in the series.PoPoLoCrois: Tsuki no Okite no Bouken is 70 percent complete and is scheduled for release in the winter. In related news, PoPoLoCrois will be released as a TV anime in Japan, on the TV Tokyo network, beginning in October. The anime will also be based on Pinon and his friends.
Full story here.

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by IGotThePower 04:49AM Wednesday Sep 17 2003
It has tens of millions of fans around the world, more than 30,000 Web sites, and its artists are household names in Japan.Yet most Americans have never heard of anime (AN-uh-may), the elastic definition used to describe all Japanese animated movies.
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by IGotThePower 11:04AM Tuesday Sep 16 2003
Mickey Mouse, Snoopy, Garfield, Astro Boy and Totoro. These are famous American and Japanese animated characters. Considering the rapid increase in the export of Korean-made animated features, this list of globally beloved animated heroes may soon include Korean ones.
Full story here.

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by IGotThePower 07:56AM Wednesday Sep 10 2003
Anime Festival 2 will take place Saturday and Sunday Sept. 20th and 21st at the Academy of Music Theater in downtown Northampton, MA.
Schedule here.

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by IGotThePower 12:21PM Monday Sep 08 2003
On a crowded train in Tokyo recently, I counted 16 adults in one compartment alone reading mangas--Japanese comic books. Standing or sitting, all were engrossed in their picture-novels. So intense was their concentration that a few kept on reading as they exited the train. One man actually missed his station.
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by IGotThePower 08:34AM Sunday Sep 07 2003
Starting on September 3, Yahoo! Japan will be launching a new manga distribution service called "Yahoo! Comic" (Japanese only).
Readers will be able to search through 1200 manga volumes, comprised of 288 manga titles by 26 different authors. These include some news releases, as well as old favorites like Tetsuwan Atom, Cyborg 009, Kamen Rider, Versailles no Bara, and others.
Full story here.

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by splix 03:18PM Tuesday Jul 22 2003
-W Staff Reports

Tuesday, July 22, 2003

Several writers received awards last weekend during Kansas University's annual science fiction writing conference.

Lucius Shepard won the Theodore Sturgeon Award for best short science fiction writing for the story "Over Yonder." It was published on SciFi.com.
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