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  The place to be this weekend!
  Manga UK are looking forward to seeing anime fans at the London MCM Expo 14th and 15th May at the ExCeL in the Royal Victoria Dock in the anime village.

At the Manga UK stand you can expect free giveaways, a special signing and announcements of their latest acquisitions (but we've got a sneak preview of two titles from that release now!).

1995’s Ghost in the Shell broke the mould in the UK and US with its pre-The Matrix evocative visuals and breathtaking sci-fi noir stunning theatrical audiences of the time. Now Manga UK is proud to announce that they will release the highly anticipated sequel Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence in 2005 for UK/Eire theatrical release.

2006 will then not only see the release of a UK exclusive DVD release of the film but also the Mamoru Oshi directed debut of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: 2nd GiG TV series on DVD.

Want to know more? Then don’t miss out their stand and presentations this weekend. For more info click here.
  Darren Jones [13 May 2005 at 20:23]

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