Archive for December 2010
Trust me, these Vampire Hunter D lithographs look amazing in person. Whether or not you’re a fan, this is the ultimate piece of art. From artist Saiko Takaki, the original Japanese covers of Vampire Hunter D are beautifully reproduced on heavy textured bristol in 14″ x 19.5″ with an off-white mat. Available for $95 at Akadot, don’t miss out on this very limited print run of VHD lithographs. Keep reading for more detailed photos…
How? By helping us choose your favorite Naruto Shippuden cel designs! The ones with the most votes will move on to production, and one lucky winner will get a Naruto goodie bag worth over $50! Visit the Akadot Facebook page, be a FAN, and “like” each photo to vote. Voting ends January 3, so help us out, start “liking” now!
Our current Naruto cels are available at Akadot.com.
We are proud to announce the launch of our manga titles on the Barnes & Noble Nook and Nook Color!
We will be starting off our manga release with Hideyuki Kikuchi’s Vampire Hunter D vol.1 in the B&N NOOKbook Store. Vampire Hunter D vol.1 will be available in two parts, each for $3.99 and is available in two editions—the Nook Edition and Nook Color Edition, formatted for each device’s own screen resolution. Read on for more details and pictures!
Open-Source Web Designers, Developers and Programmers – DMI Wants You!
We’re looking to fill two positions immediately for developers with education and/or experience in PHP 5 & MySQL, along with strong HTML and CSS abilities. An interest in anime/manga or knowledge in app development is a plus, must also be located within the LA/Southbay area.
1) Lead Web Developer: http://www.digitalmanga.com/career/11/
This position requires some experience in the field, but offers the opportunity to lead development for multiple sites under the Digital Manga banner and shape DMI’s future on the web.
2) PHP Developer/Programmer: http://www.digitalmanga.com/career/26/
This position offers the chance to work on the core functions of our websites and day-to-day office operations. A focus on back-end development is helpful.
Go to digitalmanga.com/career to see all of our career opportunities.
The publishers that were mentioned in the article pertaining to the Digital Manga Guild, published by Publishers Weekly on 12/7/10, are incorrect. When it comes time, Digital Manga will make an official statement on the partners involved in the project based on their wishes. Unfortunately, we are unable to make any further statements at this time, other than to confirm that the information released by Publisher’s Weekly is in error.