Sunday, October 30, 2011

October edition of the "related articles in the media"

Here's the batch of articles to show up in the media from October, regarding anime, manga and related stuff. Nothing from the Japan Times this month, and I've pretty much stopped reading the Metropolis. Note that the Asahi has mostly stopped posting articles on their site, instead just running the first sentence or so and then redirecting the reader to whoever it is hosting the full text.

Daily Yomiuri

Original anime shines in the midnight hour

Port city 'occupied' by yokai


'A Letter to Momo' to be screened in Spain, South Korea

ComiPo! 3D comic drawing software available in English

Nico Nico Musical to present 'Tale of Genji'

Gundam Jabro board game re-released

Kitty, Doraemon outdo homegrown characters in South Korea

"Fate/Zero" TV anime series

Tokyo's Nakano Ward opens anime academy

Struggling young animators draw support from NPO

Voice actors raise funds for blind quake victims

Keio issues spooky train tickets

Mari Okada wins Kobe Animation Award

Singapore AFA to feature live concerts, Hatsune Miku

'Hal's Flute' to premiere at Tokyo film festival

Symposium to discuss future of anime

Local Tohoku superhero gets new life as manga star

Toei's 'Ikkyu-san' anime to promote tourism in Kyoto

Conference to look at the rise of phone anime

Additional cast members announced for live-action adaptation of "Rurouni Kenshin"

Scandal's "Harukaze" picked as 'Bleach' theme

'Blue Exorcist' headed for movie theaters

Chi-Sui Maru, the little bloodsucker, now on DVD

Nagoya drinking establishments feature anime, trains

Sequels to 'Anime Song History' CDs released

"La Detente" wins at Sapporo film festival

Makoto Shinkai's new anime gets APSA nomination

"Sengoku Basara" music player app

Cosplay competition attracts entrants from across Asia

Warner Home Video introduces on-demand video streaming label The Edge

'One Stormy Night' to be made into CG-animated TV series

Evangelion to open flagship store in Harajuku

Movie brings grandfather of 'gekiga' manga to life

Hiroshima to host anime festival next summer

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