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News Archive - 1997

[Archived news stories may contain broken links.]

Dec. 1997:
3x3 Eyes 10th Anniversary Contest announced
1998 calendar on sale
Nov. 1997:
Nuku Nuku TV series announced
Sept. 1997:
The first two OAVs in the 3x3 Eyes "Seima Densetsu" anime series were released (dubbed only) in the United States. They are called 3x3 Eyes 5 and 6. There is no word on when (or if) the final tape, 3x3 Eyes 7, will be released.
Aug. 1997:
Volume 26 of the 3x3 Eyes manga was published
More news from Japan
July 31, 1997:
I arrived in Japan. ^_^
May 22, 1997:
The venice anime-manga archive at tcp.com shut down due to financial difficulties. The 3x3 Eyes manga translations that were available there have been moved to the 3x3 Eyes Translation Page and a backup site set up by Henrique Holschuh. I now have local copies of the anime scripts and graphics links that previously pointed to tcp.com.
May 1997:
News about USA anime, 3x3 Eyes novels, and Alec Empire
Apr. 4, 1997:
Volume 25 of the 3x3 Eyes manga was published in Japan.
Mar. 10, 1997:
This site was one of the Weekly Web Picks selected by Anime Web Turnpike. Cool!
Mar. 7-9, 1997:
Katsucon 3 returned to Virginia Beach, VA. I was a bit shocked when I noticed a link to my Katsucon 2 report on the K3 page. My K3 report will be much nicer. ^_^
March 1997:
I get a job in Japan!
OtakuWorld starts Ring of the Third Eye webring
Feb. 26, 1997:
Dark Horse Comics and Studio Proteus bring you the 3x3 Eyes: Curse of the Gesu TPB. This trade paperback collection contains issues #1-5 of the recently published comic. Buy it!
Feb. 1997:
1997 calendar news
Playstation game CD single
Multimedia madness, and more
Jan. 3, 1997:
Toren Smith, head of Studio Proteus and translator of the 3x3 Eyes manga, confirmed that a 3x3 Eyes TV series was in production in Japan! He has promised to provide any more information he discovers in his Manga Newswatch column.

Go to the News Archives for an index of past updates.

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