Tim Beedle, a former employee at Tokyopop, recently shared his thoughts on what caused the company to go down.
The company will still maintain its European endeavours and televisions projects.
Tokyopop announce a round of new releases for March.
Senior Editor at Tokyopop, Lillian Diaz-Przybyl, talks about why series go on hiatus or end up being cancelled.
In an ongoing feature that addresses queries from their fans, Tokyopop recently touched upon the subject of publishing manga novels in the U.S.
Tokyopop are set to publish a two-volume manga series by the co-author of the Battle Royale manga, Masayuki Taguchi.
Tokyopop are hoping they can find something from defunct publisher CMX's licenses, that will fit into their portfolio.
Pop-culture news and analysis site, ICv2, presented part of their annual comic market report at the New York Comic-Con last weekend.
We recently caught up with Tokyopop CEO, Stuart Levy, to learn more about the company's plans to enter the games space, and, of ...
A single regular volume of manga will set you back $5.99. Larger volumes, such as the Gravitation collection -- a two-volume omnibus edition ...
The coalition believe that their battle isn't necessarily with scanlators, but with "scanlation aggregators."
Tokyopop founder says his company's profile goes beyond that of a publisher.
Coming out of the economic downturn, Tokyopop COO Stuart Levy believes that mobile digitization is an important avenue of growth for the book ...
As fans of Japanese games, we’ve seen our fair share of similar localization changes, too. Take, for instance, the redesign of the Star ...