Anime News Service, approaching it’s 3rd year of operation as the leading English Language internet destination for Anime (Japanese animation) / Manga (Japanese comics) related news and information, officially announces a partnership with Los Angeles-based Digital Manga Inc. to be the primary news content provider for it’s newly created web-magazine / community site www.akadot.com.
Akadot will feature exclusive features and interviews focusing on the Anime / Manga industry in the U.S., Japan, and worldwide, as well as reviews, previews and event reports. Visitors can look forward to an expansion of site features in the near future that will inlcude interactive message boards, polls, and more.
The partnership will dramatically add to the news resources of Anime News Service, founding editor Jonah Morgan offers: “Akadot’s Tokyo office will give us a permanent presence in Tokyo, the focal point of the Japanese urban culture / anime / manga / j-pop / videogame industries in the world today.” ANS readers can expect exclusive on-sight reports from events in Japan, realtime news as it breaks, as well as interviews with names shaping the state of the art in their respective fields today. Site feature additions are also in the works.
Jonah concludes: “The big winner in this deal is the fan / reader. Anime News Service will continue as it has for the past 3 years, providing the most consistently unique and informative Anime / Manga news on the internet with updates to it’s main page many times daily and whenever news breaks.” “Together with Digital Manga and Akadot we’re hoping to bring a calibur of reporting to the internet that yet to be experienced, get ready.”
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