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Posted by Daenerys on April 26, 2010 @ 07:08:36 AM in Anime / Manga
The TV Tokyo broadcasting station has confirmed on Thursday that the Pokémon - Diamond and Pearl television anime series will end this fall, but preparations are being made for a new series to take its place. TV Tokyo plans to reveal more information about those preparations in future announcements. The Pokémon - Diamond and Pearl television series has been running on TV Tokyo since September of 2006.

The Nintendo game company has already revealed that it will ship a new series of Pokémon: Black and Pokémon: White games for the Nintendo DS consoles in Japan this fall.

The first Pokémon (Pocket Monsters) television anime series ran in Japan from 1997 to 2002, and it premiered in America in 1998. Cartoon Network's Boomerang spinoff television channel for "cartoon classics" began airing the first Pokémon series this month. The Pokemon Advance (Pocket Monsters: Advanced Generation) television sequel ran in Japan from 2002 to 2006, and it premiered in America in 2003. Pokémon - Diamond and Pearl premiered in America in 2007.
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Posted by Daenerys on April 10, 2010 @ 10:49:12 AM in Anime / Manga
Shuho Sato, the creator of the Say Hello to Black Jack, Umizaru, and The Isle of TOKKOU manga, launched the MangaonWeb.com site on March 30. He has already been self-publishing his own manga titles online in Japanese since last summer, but his new site now distributes other creators' manga online as well. The site currently has a mix of free and paid works, and the website is not charging creators any registration fees to post works for the first two months.

The vast majority of the other manga creators on the site are not as well-known as Sato himself, although on Wednesday, Sato highlighted the fact that Makiru Momoto has posted works on the site. Like Sato, Momoto once serialized manga in Shogakukan's Weekly Young Sunday magazine.
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Posted by Daenerys on April 10, 2010 @ 10:11:22 AM in Video Games



The fifth-generation Pokémon game has been announced! At least, the titles for the next generation have been announced -- Pokémon Black and White are the next pair of Pokémon games, to be released this fall on DS in Japan. Nintendo's going for relatively simple colors after things like "HeartGold" and "Pearl." And ... that's pretty much all we know. Of course, given the way the series works, we can all kind of guess exactly how this will play. Or maybe not: a note on the Pokemon home page promises that "every aspect will be reborn innovatively," according to our translation.

The first new creature from this generation has already been revealed as a sort of teaser: Zoroark, the Monster Fox Pokémon. The teaser site indicates that we'll know more April 15.
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Posted by IceCreamNinja on December 29, 2009 @ 04:14:44 AM in News Articles



Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor puts me in a bit of an odd position as a reviewer. The show pulls no punches; immersing the viewer in a magnificently constructed universe that exists with little to no explanation, development or back story offered to make sense of it. The world exists as it does. These are the characters that inhabit it. This is what they can do. Accept it or move on. Such self-confidence in a work is appealing in many ways, and the unexplained questions that arise early in the series and are taken as a matter-of-course for the characters tend to latch on to the viewer and pull them along with the hope that the answers will soon be forthcoming.

Unfortunately, and something that I only found out after six episodes in, was that Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor is actually the second season of a previous series that concluded its first season run back in 2007, which therefore meant that some of those interesting questions I had about the show that kept me watching in the hopes of finding an explanation were in fact already dealt with before this season even started.

So…yeaaaaaah.
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