Manga.com is the premier online destination for anime enthusiasts worldwide. We feature video clips, trailers, contests, up-to-date release information and an online catalog of Manga’s extensive anime library. For well over 10 years, Manga has aggressively marketed Japanese animation with great success releasing over 200 selections on DVD and now in digital format. The company's revered anime catalog includes such renowned titles as Ghost in the Shell, Ninja Scroll, Ghost in the Shell: Solid Sate Society, Blood: the Last Vampire, the Street Fighter animated movies, Perfect Blue, X, Macross Plus, Dead Leaves and Read or Die.
Manga has also cultivated the international theatrical market for Japanese animated feature films. Since 1994, Manga has distributed critically acclaimed and award winning anime features including The Wings of Honneamise, Patlabor 1 and 2, and the smash anime sci-fi feature Ghost in the Shell, bringing top-quality anime to the big screen. Additional theatrical successes included Satoshi Kon's animated psychological thriller Perfect Blue, Madhouse Studio's X, and the highly popular, fully digital anime from Production IG Blood: The Last Vampire.
Manga is proud of the critical acclaim it has received for its features. Articles on Manga films have appeared in a wide variety of print and electronic media including: Time, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Screen International, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Movieline, Wired, Video Business, Spin, Vibe, Urb, The Source, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, MTV, VH1 and CNN. Manga Entertainment was named "The Premiere U.S. Arm for Anime" by TIME Magazine and has been called "The Disney of Japanimation" by The Boston Globe.
Manga.com is part of the Manga Entertainment group which specializes in the production, marketing and distribution of Japanese animation for theatrical, television, Internet, DVD and home video release worldwide. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in London and Tokyo. Manga is a division of Starz Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Liberty Media Group.