For Immediate Release

 

Bandai's s-CRY-ed On Top in New @anime! Issue

The latest issue is online with new site enhancements and a call out for advertisers

 

18 September 2003 - Orem, Utah -- The latest issue of @anime!, Volume 1 Issue 2, is now online, ready for mass consumption! In this issue, our feature article takes a look at Bandai Entertainment's latest action adventure, s-CRY-ed. Then we walk through some older classics as we explore Manga Entertainment's Evangelion: Death and Rebirth and the world of Inu Yasha from Viz. We'll also show you a pit stop on the con circuit with a look at Anime Festival Orlando. Then we round things out with two pieces that ponder one little word: Otaku. First, James give us his opinion of Otakudom followed up by an interview with the director of the documentary Otaku Unite!. Finally, we get back into the gaming world with a look at LucasArts' Star Wars Galaxies. As always, we have DVD our release schedule on The Shelf and some words from the editdesk.

In our last release, we mentioned some enhancements were coming to the site. Well, those are all done and you can see them on our main page. We've added some info about us, link banners so readers can share links to @anime!, and a readers forum so you can talk about anime, manga and all things related to the magazine. To access the forums, point your browser to http://forums.atanime.com/ or hit the link on our main page.

With the new release, we're also in the search for folks to advertise with @anime!. We have information online about how you can advertise your business with us. Check out the advertising info page at http://www.atanime.com/advertising.html and use our online ad reservation form to reserve your space today.

To see the latest issue, go to http://www.atanime.com/ .

 

About @anime!

@anime! is web-based Japanese animation magazine, published by Animetro Studios, that focuses on bringing news, features and reviews from the world of anime and manga, with information from both sides of the Pacific. Featuring a wide variety of departments that appear in the magazine, @anime! covers anime and manga in addition to Japanese music and anime soundtracks, import and domestic video games, industry information, and interesting cultural and fan-related features. @anime! debuted in July 1999 at Anime Expo and averages 6000-10000 visitors per month. See @a! on the web at http://www.atanime.com/.

 

About Animetro Studios

Animetro Studios is the new anime and manga publishing and production arm of SkyFall Communications, a media communications company based in of Orem, UT. Debuting in late 2002, Animetro Studios is the new producer of the @anime! online magazine, maintainer of AniNavi, the online Anime Navigator portal to help the online world find information on anime and manga throughout the world, and is also currently in the planning stages of its first online manga series, /rant. For more information about Animetro Studios, see our website at http://www.animetro.com/.

 

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Tim Georgi
Publisher/Editor, @anime!

tim.georgi@atanime.com

 


 

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