Comic Index NICE March 2007 Publishers
Comic Index NICE March 2007 Titles
NICE March 2007 Titles Beginning with 'R'
Title: RAVE MASTER GN (2002) #24
RAVE MASTER GN (2002) #24 is available for pre-order (and as an ongoing monthly subscription). To view details of this item, and place a pre-order for this title, see
RAVE MASTER GN (2002) #24 in the Mile High Comics NICE comic book subscription section.
RAVE MASTER VOL 24 GN (OF 35)
After a brief, peaceful interlude, Koalaâ™s evil plan is implemented. Koala sends out a fake communication intercepted by Haru & Friendsâ™ stolen BG airplane claiming to have found the Resistance hideout. Taken in by the ruse, the team rushes to the hideout, completely giving its location away to the enemy! Their only hope is for the Rave Master and his team to take the enemy down in one-on-one battles. While Elie faces the creepy Koala, Haru fights a metal manâ¦who suddenly stops, begging for Haru to... save him? ! Sell Sheet Keynote: The manga that inspired the hit anime series now on Cartoon Network! Key Selling Points: • A popular animated series on Cartoon Network directed by Takashi Watanabe (Slayers, Lost Universe) • Merchandise available with toys, t-shirts, calendars, and videogames • '(Rave Master) has everything from epic storylines and comic relief to quest-driven adventure and the coolest cast of characters you'll ever meet.' - Wizard Blurbs: • This property has everything from epic storylines and comic relief to quest-driven adventure and the coolest cast of characters you'll ever meet. - WIZARD • L.A.-based TOKYOPOP has been reversioning Japanese graphic novels, called manga, for the U.S. market since 1996, but has recently branched out into reversioning TV series based on those works. Its newest TV property, Rave Master, will be launching on Cartoon Network's thriving Toonami block, which airs during the coveted after-school hours, in early 2004. - Video Age • WHY IT'S COOL: Because it combines elements from video games, role-playing games, and real life all in one place! Plus, it's another part of the huge .hack saga, which includes the four-part videogame series, their accompanying anime OVAs, and the TV show .hack//SIGN... If you want to figure out everything about The World, you'll have to read this manga. Trust us: it's worth it. Reading about a videogame has never been so fun. - Jen Contino, Anime Insider • The book's thin veneer is decidedly for the Game-boy- and anime-drenched generation and should appeal to the same crowd that made Pokemon such a monster hit here. - Publishers Weekly • Move over Pokemon. Sayonara, Beyblade. A new anime series is coming to town that promises to be the next big thing in the world of kids' pop culture and licensing. - Ramin Zahed, Animation Magazine