History Creator / VizMedia

27th May '16 9:29:47 AM DisneyAnimefan95
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* ''Manga/HunterXHunter''

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* ''Manga/HunterXHunter''''Manga/HunterXHunter'' (manga and 2011 series)



* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' (manga, Phantom Blood to Stardust Crusaders)

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* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' (manga, Phantom Blood to Stardust Crusaders)Crusaders; also anime series)
24th Apr '16 12:34:07 PM MarcoPolo250
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An American version of Weekly Shonen Jump, referred to by fans as "Shonen Jump USA", was published monthly between 2003-2012 before it was replaced by a weekly digital version. From 2005-09, VIZ Media also published ''Shojo Beat'', a monthly shojo manga anthology. The folks at Viz also managed to achieve linguistic immortality by coining the term [[TheGlomp "glomp"]] for use as a sound effect in their translations of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' and ''UruseiYatsura''.

VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], their very own 24/7 linear anime channel for game consoles and PCs. Neon Alley would eventually merge with [=VizAnime.com=] in 2014, after VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.

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An American version of Weekly Shonen Jump, the magazine, referred to by fans as "Shonen Jump USA", was published monthly between 2003-2012 before it was replaced by a weekly digital version. From 2005-09, VIZ Media also published ''Shojo Beat'', a monthly shojo manga anthology. The folks at Viz VIZ also managed to achieve linguistic immortality by coining the term [[TheGlomp "glomp"]] for use as a sound effect in their translations of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' and ''UruseiYatsura''.

VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], their very own 24/7 linear anime channel for game consoles and PCs.[=PCs=]. Neon Alley would eventually merge with [=VizAnime.com=] in 2014, after VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.
24th Apr '16 12:28:49 PM MarcoPolo250
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VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], a 24/7 linear anime channel (at least, in the beginning...). Neon Alley would eventually merge with [=VizAnime.com=] in 2014, after VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.

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VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], a their very own 24/7 linear anime channel (at least, in the beginning...).for game consoles and PCs. Neon Alley would eventually merge with [=VizAnime.com=] in 2014, after VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.
24th Apr '16 12:27:15 PM MarcoPolo250
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VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], a 24/7 linear anime channel (at least, in the beginning...), which would eventually replace [=VizAnime.com=] in 2014, after VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.

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VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], a 24/7 linear anime channel (at least, in the beginning...), which ). Neon Alley would eventually replace merge with [=VizAnime.com=] in 2014, after VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.
24th Apr '16 12:25:56 PM MarcoPolo250
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VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], a 24/7 linear anime channel (at least, in the beginning...), which would eventually replace [=VizAnime.com=] after VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.

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VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], a 24/7 linear anime channel (at least, in the beginning...), which would eventually replace [=VizAnime.com=] in 2014, after VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.
24th Apr '16 12:24:58 PM MarcoPolo250
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An American version of Weekly Shonen Jump, referred to by fans as "Shonen Jump USA", was published monthly between 2003-2012 before it was replaced by a weekly digital version. From 2005-09, VIZ also published ''Shojo Beat'', a monthly shojo manga anthology. The folks at Viz also managed to achieve linguistic immortality by coining the term [[TheGlomp "glomp"]] for use as a sound effect in their translations of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' and ''UruseiYatsura''.

VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, Viz launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], a 24/7 linear anime channel (or, at least, it was...), which would eventually replace [=VizAnime.com=] after Viz consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.

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An American version of Weekly Shonen Jump, referred to by fans as "Shonen Jump USA", was published monthly between 2003-2012 before it was replaced by a weekly digital version. From 2005-09, VIZ Media also published ''Shojo Beat'', a monthly shojo manga anthology. The folks at Viz also managed to achieve linguistic immortality by coining the term [[TheGlomp "glomp"]] for use as a sound effect in their translations of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' and ''UruseiYatsura''.

VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, Viz VIZ launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], a 24/7 linear anime channel (or, at (at least, it was...in the beginning...), which would eventually replace [=VizAnime.com=] after Viz VIZ consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.
24th Apr '16 12:19:14 PM MarcoPolo250
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VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, Viz launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], their own 24/7 linear anime channel (initially), which would eventually replace [=VizAnime.com=].

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VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, Viz launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], their own a 24/7 linear anime channel (initially), (or, at least, it was...), which would eventually replace [=VizAnime.com=].
com=] after Viz consolidated all its streaming anime under the "Neon Alley" brand.
24th Apr '16 11:37:33 AM MarcoPolo250
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VIZ Media is an anime and manga distribution company, co-owned by Japanese publishers Shogakukan, its licensing division Shogakukan Productions ([=ShoPro=] for short) and Shueisha. It is a primary distributor of many popular {{shonen}}-oriented manga series (such as ''Manga/DragonBall'', ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' and ''Manga/DeathNote''), which have also been serialized in Shueisha's ''Weekly Magazine/ShonenJump'' manga anthology. It currently publishes an American version of that monthly.

From 2005-09, VIZ also published ''Shojo Beat'', a monthly shojo manga anthology. The folks at Viz also managed to achieve linguistic immortality by coining the term [[TheGlomp "glomp"]] for use as a sound effect in their translations of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' and ''UruseiYatsura''.

VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America.

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VIZ Media is an anime and manga distribution company, co-owned by Japanese publishers Shogakukan, its licensing division Shogakukan Productions ([=ShoPro=] for short) and Shueisha. It is a primary distributor of many popular {{shonen}}-oriented manga series (such as ''Manga/DragonBall'', ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' and ''Manga/DeathNote''), which have also been serialized in Shueisha's ''Weekly Magazine/ShonenJump'' manga anthology. It currently publishes an

An
American version of that monthly.

Weekly Shonen Jump, referred to by fans as "Shonen Jump USA", was published monthly between 2003-2012 before it was replaced by a weekly digital version. From 2005-09, VIZ also published ''Shojo Beat'', a monthly shojo manga anthology. The folks at Viz also managed to achieve linguistic immortality by coining the term [[TheGlomp "glomp"]] for use as a sound effect in their translations of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' and ''UruseiYatsura''.

VIZ Media also distributes {{Anime}} on DVD and Blu-Ray as well, with Creator/WarnerHomeVideo backing them up in North America.
America. In 2009, they launched [=VizAnime.com=], a Creator/{{Hulu}}-supported website for streaming anime from Viz's catalog. In 2012, Viz launched [[Creator/{{NeonAlley}} Neon Alley]], their own 24/7 linear anime channel (initially), which would eventually replace [=VizAnime.com=].
5th Feb '16 10:58:54 PM DisneyAnimefan95
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* NoDubForYou: Generally avoided with their home video releases of anime. They typically come with both the Japanese audio and an English dub, usually produced by either Creator/BangZoomEntertainment or Creator/{{Studiopolis}}

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* NoDubForYou: Generally avoided with their home video releases of anime. They typically come with both the Japanese audio and an English dub, usually produced by either Creator/BangZoomEntertainment Creator/{{Studiopolis}} or Creator/{{Studiopolis}}Creator/BangZoomEntertainment.
17th Dec '15 12:09:00 PM Willbyr
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* ''Manga/KurokosBasketball'' (manga)

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* ''Manga/KurokosBasketball'' ''Manga/KurokoNoBasuke'' (manga)
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