Go! Comi

June 30 2007 - Long Beach, CA - Go! Comi announced five major new manga licenses at its Anime Expo industry panel this weekend. Chief among these is KAMISAMA KAZOKU, the story of a high school student struggling to have an ordinary life and to romance the girl of his dreams, with one major problem: his interfering parents are gods! This shonen series is based on the highly popular anime from Toei, which aired last year in Japan.

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Go! Comi has announced the following new licenses during today's Anime Expo:

It has also been revealed that Go! Comi's "Project X" will be something called O-Play.

Manga Publisher Go! Comi has relaunched their website:

We loved our little website, but we knew it was time to "level up." We figured, "If we're going to do this anyway, why not go from a cozy little house -- to a great biiiiig mansion with room for all our fans?" And so the grand plan was born!

Via: MangaBlog

In the latest issue of PWCW, Kai-Ming Cha concludes her 2-Part interview with Go! Comi founders Audrey Taylor and David Wise. Also available is an article from Brigid on CMX's new edition of Gon.

LOS ANGELES - Manga publisher Go! Comi has announced its schedule of events at Anime Expo 2007 in Long Beach.

Go! Comi will be exhibiting at booth #1222 in the dealer's room from Friday June 29th through Monday July 2nd. Drop by for free posters, bookmark, and postcards from the most popular Go! series, as well as new and upcoming series.

Additionally, there will be a full slate of Go! activities on Saturday the 30th:

9:30 A.M.: Join Go! Comi CEO David Wise and other industry leaders for Anime Expo's "Manga Mania" panel in Room LP4.

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According to the latest Diamond Previews for July 2007, Yuu Asami's A.I Revolution, which was previously licensed by Studio Ironcat, has been acquired by Go! Comi.

Source: AoD & MangaCast

From PWCW's Kai-Ming Cha comes Part 1 of an interview with Go! Comi founders Audrey Taylor and David Wise. Icarus Blog points out that Elfquest creator Wendi Pini's original project for Go! Comi will be a yaoi title.

In the latest issue of PWCW, Brigid Alverson talks with Elfquest creator Wendy Pini, who talks about her newest webcomic The Masque of the Red Death.

Go! Comi's contest to win an autographed copy of Shioko Mizuki's Crossroad is ending on June 7th:

Two Chances To Win a Signed Crossroad!
The final volume of Shioko Mizuki's Crossroad hits shelves this month, and we're celebrating by giving TWO lucky winners a copy of "Crossroad" signed by manga-ka Shioko Mizuki!! Click here to enter!

According to Comic Book Resources, U.S. manga publisher Go! Comi has renewed its partnership with Diamond:

As part of the deal, Diamond will remain as the exclusive North American distributor of Go! Comi's books to the bookstore, library, warehouse, mass merchandise, specialty mass merchandise, hobby, game and comic book specialty markets.