Sunday, August 31, 2014

Aug. articles in the media

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

Japan Times

Original 'Barefoot Gen' manga on atomic bombings goes on display

A deeper look at Hayao Miyazaki's nature

Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Taika-hen (Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno)

Big Evangelion statues sell in minutes for cool 1.8 million yen apiece

Comiket grows stronger each year

Daily Yomiuri

'Japan Houses' to tout washoku, manga

Govt, publishers to demand operators of online manga piracy shut down sites

When Marnie Was There review

Anison concerts: A kaleidoscope of color and sound

Manga museum welcomes 2 millionth visitor

Pliny the Elder: Manga artists take historic look at Roman genius

Private girls’ comic library in western Tokyo takes visitors back to childhood

Miyazaki to receive honorary Oscar


Ghost in the Shell Art Exhibition set to hit Tokyo, Osaka

New 'Saint Seiya' feature wows audiences with gritty realism

English-dubbed 'JoJo's Bizarre Adventure' makes U.S. debut

New 'Sailor Moon' audience hits 1 million in just 2 days

Japan to crack down on illegal uploaders of anime, manga

Improved AnimeJapan 2015 scheduled for March 20-22

Volume 2 of 'Evangelion: 3.0' art book

Second chapter of Tezuka's 'Legend of Forest' to be premiered

Miyazaki eyes producing anime shorts as Studio Ghibli suspends full-length production

'Shinkansen Love' Exhibit fetes 50th anniversary of first bullet train

Gajo Sakamoto's 'Tank Tankuro,' other prewar manga go digital

‘ONE PIECE’ exhibition mega hit in Taiwan

New 'Gundam' feature film to hits theaters

Postwar tale on 'Giovanni's Island' screened in Russia

'Attack on Titan' dominates U.S. graphic novel market

New 'Dragon Ball Z' film announced for spring 2015

35 years since debut, 'Gundam' continues to attract legions of new fans

Special trailer for animated 'Garo' series revealed

Anpanman tops Bandai poll as kids' favorite character for 13th straight year

Sayoko Kinoshita: Hiroshima anime festival celebrates 30 years of love, peace

Westernized 'Doraemon' successful in North American run

Much-ballyhooed film on founder of 'gekiga' to hit theaters in November

Retired anime giant Miyazaki to receive honorary Oscar

Realistic locales catch young 'Yokai Watch' gamers' imaginations

Legendary sci-fi writer Sakyo Komatsu's earliest work found in U.S. archive

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