Big news for Sailor Moon fans: The anime is coming this winter, and it will be live streamed on NicoNico Douga, although there is no guarantee it will be subtitled.
I talked to Viz CEO Ken Sasaki at San Diego about how Viz is changing to fit the realities of the new market. One interesting statistic is that in a very short time, their digital program has grown to 10% of print (in terms of units sold).
I also interviewed Dallas Middaugh about Kodansha Comics’ digital program, which is shifting from their app to e-book platforms such as Kindle, Nook, and iBooks.
If you’re in the Bay Area, mark your calendar: Junko Mizuno will be at Kinokuniya on August 10.
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