Sunday, June 30, 2013

June articles in the media

Here's the batch of articles to show up in the media from June, regarding anime, manga and related stuff.

Japan Times

NTV unearths oldest TV anime film

Asahi

Kinder Film Festival to include teenage competition

Mechanic-turned-illustrator set to release historical manga

Osamu Tezuka's 'Buddha 2' rescheduled for release in February

Manga artist recreates Imabari Castle with paint and ink

'Sword Art Online' to air on U.S. Adult Swim in August

SIGGRAPH conference to highlight OLM Digital's 'Pac-Man,' 'Pokemon'

Aniplex Channel offers free anime streaming for U.S. fans

Anime singers, voice-over artists to join Toyako anime fest

'Time of Eve' Blu-ray project meets $18,000 fund-raising goal in one day

Tachikawa sells demon items based on 'Saint' comic

Agency to provide aid to produce live-action films, animated movie

Tezuka's previously unpublished manuscripts found

Tokiwa-so recruits budding manga artists for Kyoto project

Ghibli art director seeks funds to make anime about 'miracle' tree

Latest 'Conan' movie highest grossing in the series

New 'Pac-Man' CG animated series set for U.S. premiere

Slam Dunk Scholarship accepting applications from hoop hopefuls

Futuristic anime mecha world to come to life at 'Macross' exhibition

Free Japanese anime channel planned for Nigeria

Ryo Okawara wins big at Stuttgart animated filmfest in Germany

Japan Expo to host 'Evangelion' art exhibition

Kyoto railway offers 'Space Battleship Yamato 2199' tickets

Oldest domestic TV anime found; to be broadcast in July

Russian animation exhibition tour to reach Tokyo in July

Live-action 'Gatchaman' to hit screens on Aug. 24

Miyazaki goes tragic with first new anime in five years

Morinaga fetes caramel candies with Studio4°C short

English-subtitled Japacon TV streams free online

French CG film 'Autumn Leaves' scores big at Short Shorts film fest

Theatrical trailer for full-CG 'Captain Harlock' film released

'Naruto' exhibition held in author's Okayama hometown

Exhibition of 'GeGeGe no Kitaro' goblins opens in Osaka

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