Re: [Lupin III] Tokyopop Lupin info. from Anime Boston
>Missed the Funimation panel, and didn't bother togrill Geneon
>about Lupin at their panel.They'll just play the "neither confirm nor deny" game
until the big three cons anyway. (The big three being
AX, Otakon, or Comic Con.) But hopefully, if the 11th
dvd and any potential future dvds don't sell well
enough, Geneon will at least get the Miyazaki episodes
out as a collection like Streamline did. "Funltd" can
keep us abreast of how the movies are doing.
> It looks like that 2006 date that cropped up brieflyOh well. I can wait. My manga plate's full right now,
> is going to be correct.
thanks to Jump. Although after seeing Raijin
"postponed" as well, it's slightly disappointing.
>I point blank asked the rep if Lupin was cancelled;But they do lose the rights to them. ^_-
>the reply was that Tokyopop does not cancel titles.
> However, they are cranking up their more popularOutside of CLAMP, they don't have many "more popular"
> series to monthly releases which pushes back titles
> that are not as hot to sometime in 2006.
series nowadays. My guess is they released WMW too
fast, and they're hoping to make more sales on the
first series. Or they probably mismarketed WMW.
> On the upside, the rep did state she likes the LupinIt's just a shame that MP's other work might not get a
> manga and wishes it were being released steadily.
> So, at least there is one person on the inside that
> will try to keep it going.
release here as a result of disappointing sales. I'd
like Siamese Neko and his recent anime shows to be in
the U.S. too.
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