Gold and Silver Prize winners will receive all-expenses-paid trips to Japan to attend the awarding ceremony.
Japanese have been fighting against piracy for years, starting in 2010 when they announced a very public war against scanlation circles.
“Date a Girl Who Reads”, “Don’t Date a Girl Who Travels”, do this, don’t that — we’re all pretty much drowning in Thought Catalog bullshit.
The programme will run from the 21st to the 30th of March 2014. The highlight of the trip is an excursion to the Anime Japan Expo, to be held for the very first time in 2014.
The manga section has certainly expanded since the last time we had been there.
I suppose with their economy tanking, “Buy American” sounds like a good idea — but I don’t quite approve of their tactics.
Many anime and manga producers who initially agreed to participate in the upcoming Tokyo Animation Fair have pulled out. Plus, COMIKET takes measures to protect itself.
The 80-page two-part side story will be included in the spring issue of Shueisha’s Chorus magazine, out in January 2011.
Time to hide your kids, hide your wives, and hide your husbands!
MangaFox is once again hosting illegal scans Bleach and Naruto.
Libre has confirmed that it has sent C&D letters to scanlation circles that have been releasing Libre titles without permission.