Tuesday, November 20, 2012

This Week's Trending Story: TOKYOPOP's 2012 Anime/Manga Holiday Gift Guide


With Thanksgiving on the way, you'll soon be weighed down by enough turkey to kill a small horse, and with Black Friday hot on its heels, your wallet will soon be lifted of its heavy cash-filled burden. But how are the discerning otaku to spend their hard-earned scratch? We have you covered with our second annual anime/manga holiday gift guide.

Outside the Box (Set) - The ability to stream copious amounts of anime through apps like Netflix , Crackle and Hulu is one of the blessings of modern day living, but nothing compares to all the bells, whistles and behind-the-scenes extras you get from Blu-ray/DVD box sets. RightStuf has a tantalizing trio of holiday offerings that are a must-have for nostalgia junkies and anime lovers alike - Revolutionary Girl Utena (with art box and rare production notes), Ristorante Paradiso (with illustrated postcards by Natsume Ono) and Martian Successor Nadesico (featuring the Gekingangar 3 spin-off for the first time in English!). With so much anime to watch, it'll be Black Friday 2013 before you need more! Tokopop Gift Guide
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This Week's Latest's Pop Culture News

PETA Takes on Peter Jackson

By: Staff
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has charged that "abuse and neglect" caused the death of animals during the filming of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. In a post on its Website titled "The Hobbit: Unexpected Cruelty," PETA said that a whistleblower had revealed that five horses, a pony, and several goats, sheep, and chickens were allegedly maimed and killed, not while on set, but where the animals were kept during filming. The injuries included falls into sinkholes or from embankments; chickens were killed when mauled by dogs or trampled by other animals, according to the allegations.
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Monday Munchies: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

By: Staff
Thanksgiving is just around the corner! A time to see friends and family, but most importantly, a time to shovel food into our faces like there’s no tomorrow. In honor of this time-honored tradition, we're taking a look at a handful of anime stars you probably wouldn’t want joining you at your Thanksgiving feast.
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HBO Developing Animated Feature with Paul McCartney
Animation Magazine

By:Ramin Zahed
Throughout his amazing career, superstar Paul McCartney has had several brushes with the animation world, including the acclaimed feature Yellow Submarine (1969), and the shorts Rupert and the Frog Song (1985), Tropic Island Hum (1997) and Shadow Cycle (2000). Now we get word via Showbiz411 that the former Beatle has made a deal with HBO to develop and animated feature showcasing some of his solo songs, such as “Mary Had a Little Lamb” and “Silly Love Songs.”
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Check out these Black Friday Deals Today!!

Hello fans are you looking for the best in Pop Culture Collectibles this holiday then look no further?
Check out just a few of the collectibles from our online partners here at Tomatovision TV. We have the best in video games from GameStop, Action Figures from Entertainment Earth, Comics and more from TFAW, Anime and Manga from Right Stuf and the best in British TV from Netflix. So what are you waiting for check out Tomatovision TV's Today!!

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Video Games
GameStop, Inc.
Buy a new Nintendo 3DS or 3DS XL and receive Steel Diver for free. Plus receive free shipping on all Nintendo 3DS games over $25, including Paper Mario Sticker Star.

ELECTRONIC ARTS, INC. (Origin Store) Starting now and running through 12/21 at 8am PST, Origin will be offering free standard shipping on all orders of $39.99 or more!


f.y.e.com free shipping Over $30 468x60

Action Figures/Toys
Entertainment Earth

Rakuten Global Market free shipping promotion

Great holiday shopping starts at TFAW.com!

Pop Culture fans this is just a small sample of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals waiting for you at Tomatovision TV Check Us Out Now!!!
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