(San Francisco, California) - June 7, 2016: San Francisco based digital media publisher, eigoMANGA presents the animation feature film PADAK. PADAK now streams on Steam and coming to Amazon beginning June 20, 2016.
PADAK is a Korean computer animated film written and directed by Lee Dae Hee. The film is about the lives of fish in captivity in a seafood restaurant. Some fish accept their fate while others fight to change it. PADAK has won various awards from international film festivals such as the Vladivostok International Film Festival, Jeonju International Film Festival, and Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival.
PADAK is now on available on Steam. For a limited time only, a special promotional price will be available for the film. Please visit http://store.steampowered.com/app/468060 to access the PADAK on Steam. PADAK is also coming to Amazon beginning June 20, 2016. More information about PADAK is also available on http://www.eigoMANGA.com/padak
(San Francisco, California) – April 20, 2016: eigoMANGA announces an agreement with hoopla digital that enables libraries to offer eigoMANGA's comic titles to their patrons through hoopla digital's platform.
hoopla digital is a category-creating service that partners with public libraries across North America to provide online and mobile access to thousands of Movies, TV Shows, Music, eBooks, Audiobooks and Comics. With hoopla digital, patrons can borrow, instantly stream and download dynamic content with a valid library card. All content is accessible via hoopla digital's mobile app and online at www.hoopladigital.com.
hoopla digital offers patrons a unique eigoMANGA experience by providing an expansive collection of thematically curated digital comics.
"It's great to work with hoopla digital and release our comics to libraries everywhere", states eigoMANGA's Publisher, Austin Osueke. "Libraries have always been an important entry-way for new readers to discover comics, therefore we hope for great things to come from this partnership".
eigoMANGA graphic novels such as 'Danity Kane' can be found on hoopla digital at https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/11554432
Hmm...how to describe GATE. Basically, it's how many of us wish we could enter a fantasy world...armed to the teeth with modern weapons so we can just shoot the son of a bitch and hear the lamentations of their women. There's more to it than that, and despite some pretty glaring flaws, I found it to be pretty entertaining. Still, for the full analysis, check out the review, if you want to know what I'm really talking about. Also, a goth loli demigoddess who gets off on the pain, suffering, and death of her enemies! Enjoy!
eigoMANGA Will Showcase Mac OS X Version Of 'Vanguard Princess' At Game Developers Conference (GDC) FeaturedWritten by David Nolen
(San Francisco, California) – March 8, 2016: eigoMANGA will showcase the Mac OS X version of 'Vanguard Princess' at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) which is on March 14-18 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.
'Vanguard Princess' is a 2D fighting game that features an all-female cast each with their own unique fighting style. Players can choose from ten girls with unique fighting skills and pair them with a younger assistant partner. 'Vanguard Princess' is a 10-time best-selling game on Amazon.
The Mac OS X version of 'Vanguard Princess' will be playable at Codeweavers, Inc's Exhibition Booth #842 at the GDC Main Hall.
eigoMANGA plans to release the Mac OS X version of 'Vanguard Princess' in late March 2016.
And here we have the online vimeo movie of Day 2 of Anison USA February 2016's performance. This was more of a concert setting taking place within the Bootleg Theatre located in Los Angeles. While it did start nearly two hours late, we did manage to get everything done, including the autographs at the end (though that in a very compressed manner). It's at times like this I wish I had some sort of platform for myself and the camera tripod to stand on, but I think I got everthing that needed to be gotten. Admittedly I had to quit trying to pull double duty as a photographer about half way through the event if I wanted the camera to stay on the performers to any reasonable degree, so I didn't get as much of that as I'd have liked. There was also the one tall dude who somehow always meandered into my shot, no matter where I replaced the tripod...it was surreal since he wasn't even doing it on purpose. Still, it was a lot of fun, as you'll see by clicking either on the article title itself or the more button below.
About a week ago I attended an event called Anison (short for Anime Song) USA. Apparently in their second year, it showcases various J-pop or J-pop inspired artists performing for their fans over here. This year included the talents of Ayu, Nozomi, Vandead Bakery, Roli Angel, Ally and Sally (, Momoi Halko, and Yumi Matsuzawa. Day one actually took place at a little anime store in Temple City, CA called Desu-nation. Aside from having to find a place to film, shooing people out of the way occasionally, and dealing with my camera being bumped and even knocked over once, it was an interesting and fairly decent event. Long Beach Comic Con was going on that weekend as well, but to be honest, the larger events are beginning to really piss me off considering what happens after a time with every convention once it reaches a certain critical mass in its membership. The smaller gatherings are beginning to be a lot more rewarding artistically, since you can actuallY BE artistic both in terms of covering them and for those performing in them for a receptive audience. So, click on the jump and you can check out day one of Anison USA's video. Day two, taking place at the Bootleg Theatre in L.A. and its pictures should be up sometime this week as well. Enjoy!