Voici la nouvelle du site AnimeNewsNetwork :
Company will make final shipment of manga, novels to retailers by end of October; BDs/DVDs by November 30
Bandai Entertainment, the subsidiary of Namco Bandai Holdings (USA) that handles anime and manga in North America, announced on Friday that the company will discontinue sales of its Blu-ray Discs, DVDs, manga, and novels. The company noted that it will make its final shipment of manga and novels to retailers by the end of October. Additionally, the company will make its final shipment of home video products to wholesale customers on November 30.
Bandai Entertainment had announced in January that it would stop offering new DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and manga releases in February. Since February, the company had continued to produce and distribute its existing catalog lineup, but it no longer produced and distributed new releases.
Bandai Entertainment had closed its own online store last December.
Update: The Robert’s Corner Anime Store retailer noted in its weekly newsletter on Friday that Bandai Entertainment contacted the retailer to announce that it will be « discontinuing its home video publishing and distribution business effective March 1, 2013. » Bandai Entertainment also added that the last day it will accept purchase orders is November 15.
Donc en résumé, Bandai cessera ses activités manga, dvd et blu-ray, et les marchands ont jusqu’au 15 novembre pour passer des commandes selon les quantités restantes aux entrepôts. Bandai éditait notamment les licences suivantes : Code Geass, Gurren Lagann, Lucky Star et Gundam.
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