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Författare: Kyosuke Motomi.

In der Schule kursieren Gerüchte über einen mysteriösen Wahrsager, der die Auren der Menschen sehen können soll. Bei einem bizarren Treffen entlarvt Kyutaro ihn als gefährlichen Insektenbändiger, der im Hintergrund vermutlich die Strippen für unzählige Seelenverschmutzungen zieht. Auch das fiese Schulmobbing gegen Fumi und das plötzliche Verschwinden ihrer Freundin Kaori soll der unheimliche Typ zu verantworten haben. Was ist so besonders an Fumi, dass er es ausgerechnet auf sie abgesehen hat?

VIZ Media LLC is an American manga and anime distribution and entertainment company headquartered in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 1986 as VIZ LLC. Seiji Horibuchi, originally from Tokushima Prefecture in Shikoku, moved to California in 1975. After living in the mountains for almost two years, he moved to San Francisco, where he started a business exporting American cultural items to Japan, and became a writer of cultural information. The exterior of Viz Media’s former headquarters in San Francisco, California. VIZ Communications released its first titles in 1987, which included Legend of Kamui, however sales were mediocre due to the specialist comic market being adverse to venturing into new territory. To counteract this problem, VIZ expanded into the general publishing business and began publishing various art related books in 1992.

The company continued to see success when it expanded into the anime distribution market, began publishing Shonen Jump, an English adaptation of the popular Japanese magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump. When Shueisha became a joint owner of Viz Media in 2002, both Shogakukan and Shueisha began to release manga exclusively through Viz. Horibuchi became the new company’s chairman. In 2005, Horibuchi started a related division, Viz Pictures, for releasing selected live-action films in the US to theaters and DVD. On December 17, 2008, Viz Media announced that starting on April 1, 2009, Warner Home Video would be handling the distribution of both its new and existing catalog releases. On February 20, 2009, Viz Media laid off an unknown number of employees in order to help be more streamlined to face the current economic climate.

On May 11, 2010, VIZ Media again laid off a number of workers, 60 this time, again in order to try to become more streamlined. Fukuhara will subsequently take up the position of Vice-President at the end of the month. In contrast to similar TV and film ratings, Viz also has set up certain „manga ratings“ for their products based on their content. May be suitable for readers or consumers of any age. For example, may contain mild language and fantasy violence but no swearing or nudity. May be suitable for early teens and older. May be suitable for older teens and adults.

May contain extreme violence, mature themes and graphic depictions. Despite its name, Viz’s manga ratings were also used on licensed anime titles, though, in the later 2000s, they instead relied on local countries‘ rating systems. Viz Media was awarded the Manga Publisher of the Year Gem Award by Diamond Comic Distributors in 2007. Viz also received an award for Manga Trade Paperback of the Year for its release of the fourteenth volume of the Naruto series. By 2002 VIZ Communications kept some publications in the original right-to-left format, while in other publications it mirrored pages from Japan’s right-to-left reading format to fit the Western left-to-right reading style. VIZ has censored some of its titles. Some titles, such as Dragon Ball, were published in both censored and uncensored forms.

Their goal is to involve the Japanese creators in the production and facilitate communication between all parties in the US and Japan. Winning multiple awards for the board including Masashi Kishimoto. Others include Full Moon, and Last Quarter. In November 2005, New People was officially formed as a sister company for releasing live-action Japanese films as theatrical releases in selected markets called Viz Pictures. The center piece of the complex is a 143-seat movie theater that screens anime and Japanese live-action films. The center also has a cafe, a store selling anime and manga related items, and clothing stores offering Japanese clothing items.

Established in October 2012, Neon Alley was Viz’s online anime streaming service. For a list of anime and Japanese films released by VIZ, see the Viz Media category. For manga titles released, see the Viz Media manga category. Animerica is a quarterly anime and manga digest that initially started as a monthly magazine featuring reviews of anime and manga titles, as well as related works. After a preview issue was released in November 1992, the magazine’s first issue was released in February 1993 with a March 1993 cover date.

VIZ changed the magazine’s format in April 2005, with the new magazine really being two free publications of the same name. One is advertising-oriented and created specially for distribution at anime and manga conventions while the other is more general in scope and distributed through retail stores. Both versions have fewer and briefer articles and a lower page count. Animurica was one of the first professional anime and manga magazines released in the United States, and one of the most popular in the 1990s. In 2004, it had a circulation of 45,000 readers, but low sales and high competition from Newtype USA resulted in the essential cancellation of the original magazine and its reformatting as a free digest. You can help by adding to it. USA was a monthly magazine that focused primarily on Japanese-developed video games, with an emphasis on the import scene.

It served as the American counterpart to Shogakukan’s Game On! It was published in May 1996 and ran for 7 monthly issues before being discontinued that same year in November. Manga Vizion, sometimes misspelled Manga Vision, is a manga anthology introduced by VIZ in 1995. It is believed to be the first manga anthology published in the United States. Pulp was a monthly manga anthology introduced by Viz in 1997. The magazine featured more mature titles, marketed at adults rather than teenage readers. Some of titles serialized in the magazine included: Uzumaki, Banana Fish, and Dance Till Tomorrow.