On Friday night at San Diego Comic-Con 2013 , at the “Beyond the Valley of Tezuka: Manga Legends You Don’t Know (But Should Know)” panel, it was announced that Doraemon , the longtime Japanese kids manga/anime favorite by Fujio Fujiko would be soon available in English in Fall 2013 in digital format.

Fujiko F. Fujio Productions, working in conjunction with Japanese multi-media producer Voyager Japan and translation company AltJapan , will be releasing Doraemon with all-new English translation/localization and in full-color for Amazon Kindle, and possibly eventually via other ePUB outlets, which may include Apple iBookstore, Google Play, and Nook as the releases roll out. The first releases will be in English, with other versions in other languages, such as Spanish, to follow in the coming year.

While the Fall 2013 release date is confirmed, a few other details are as yet to be finalized, including a month/day for the first release, the price, the rough page-count per unit that will be sold by (e.g. by chapter or by volume, and the rough page count per volume), and the publishing frequency. Also, this is a digital-only release, with no plans to publish this title in print at this time.

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Wallace Kaname "Wally" Yonamine, also known as Wally Yonamine, was a multi-sport American athlete who played in the All-America Football Conference and Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. Yonamine, a Nisei Japanese American, was born in Hawaii to...

Eri Yonamine is a Japanese women's racing cyclist who currently rides for Team Forza. Yonamine only switched from tennis to cycling when in college at Tsukuba University, and quickly achieved success in Japan, coming in second in both the Japanese...

On Friday night at San Diego Comic-Con 2013 , at the “Beyond the Valley of Tezuka: Manga Legends You Don’t Know (But Should Know)” panel, it was announced that Doraemon , the longtime Japanese kids manga/anime favorite by Fujio Fujiko would be soon available in English in Fall 2013 in digital format.

Fujiko F. Fujio Productions, working in conjunction with Japanese multi-media producer Voyager Japan and translation company AltJapan , will be releasing Doraemon with all-new English translation/localization and in full-color for Amazon Kindle, and possibly eventually via other ePUB outlets, which may include Apple iBookstore, Google Play, and Nook as the releases roll out. The first releases will be in English, with other versions in other languages, such as Spanish, to follow in the coming year.

While the Fall 2013 release date is confirmed, a few other details are as yet to be finalized, including a month/day for the first release, the price, the rough page-count per unit that will be sold by (e.g. by chapter or by volume, and the rough page count per volume), and the publishing frequency. Also, this is a digital-only release, with no plans to publish this title in print at this time.

Yonamine Expression , Yonamine Soul Urge , Yonamine Inner Dream

Wallace Kaname "Wally" Yonamine, also known as Wally Yonamine, was a multi-sport American athlete who played in the All-America Football Conference and Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. Yonamine, a Nisei Japanese American, was born in Hawaii to...

Eri Yonamine is a Japanese women's racing cyclist who currently rides for Team Forza. Yonamine only switched from tennis to cycling when in college at Tsukuba University, and quickly achieved success in Japan, coming in second in both the Japanese...

Electronic Gaming Monthly (often abbreviated to EGM ) is a monthly American video game magazine . [1] [2] [3] It offers video game news, coverage of industry events, interviews with gaming figureheads, editorial content, and product reviews.

The magazine was founded in 1988 as U.S. National Video Game Team 's Electronic Gaming Monthly under Sendai Publications. [4] [5] In 1994, EGM spun off EGM² , which focused on expanded cheats and tricks (i.e., with maps and guides). It eventually became Expert Gamer and finally the defunct GameNOW . After 83 issues (up to June 1996), EGM switched from Sendai Publishing to Ziff Davis publisher. [6] Until January 2009, EGM only covered gaming on console hardware and software.

The magazine was discontinued by Ziff Davis in January 2009, following the sale of 1UP.com to UGO Networks . [8] The magazine's February 2009 issue was already completed, but was not published. [9]

On Friday night at San Diego Comic-Con 2013 , at the “Beyond the Valley of Tezuka: Manga Legends You Don’t Know (But Should Know)” panel, it was announced that Doraemon , the longtime Japanese kids manga/anime favorite by Fujio Fujiko would be soon available in English in Fall 2013 in digital format.

Fujiko F. Fujio Productions, working in conjunction with Japanese multi-media producer Voyager Japan and translation company AltJapan , will be releasing Doraemon with all-new English translation/localization and in full-color for Amazon Kindle, and possibly eventually via other ePUB outlets, which may include Apple iBookstore, Google Play, and Nook as the releases roll out. The first releases will be in English, with other versions in other languages, such as Spanish, to follow in the coming year.

While the Fall 2013 release date is confirmed, a few other details are as yet to be finalized, including a month/day for the first release, the price, the rough page-count per unit that will be sold by (e.g. by chapter or by volume, and the rough page count per volume), and the publishing frequency. Also, this is a digital-only release, with no plans to publish this title in print at this time.

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