Nozomi Entertainment Adds Sketchbook ~Full Color’s~


Source: Right Stuf
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Nozomi Entertainment announced that they acquired the domestic rights to Sketchbook ~Full Color’s~. The 13-episode series will be released as a single set in Summer 2015.


Nozomi Entertainment announced that they acquired the domestic rights to Sketchbook ~Full Color’s~. The 13-episode series will be released as a single set in Summer 2015.

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NOZOMI ENTERTAINMENT Acquires SKETCHBOOK ~FULL COLOR’S~

GRIMES, IA, January 14, 2015 — Anime producer Nozomi Entertainment is excited to announce the acquisition of the SKETCHBOOK ~FULL COLOR’S~ anime series.

Nozomi Entertainment will release Sketchbook ~full color’s~ as a complete 13-episode DVD collection in the summer of 2015. The slice-of-life comedy anime is based on the manga series Sketchbook by Totan Kobako, which first appeared in the monthly magazine Comic Blade in 2002.

Sketchbook ~full color’s~ is directed by Yoshimasa Hiraike (Wagnaria, Kaleido Star), and features character designs by Isao Sugimoto (Ai Yori Aoshi, Shakugan no Shana), music by Ken Muramatsu (Natsuyuki Rendezvous), and animation by Hal Film Maker (ARIA). The series originally aired in Japan in 2007 on TV Tokyo.

For more information about Sketchbook ~full color’s~, visit sketchbook.rightstuf.com.

About Nozomi Entertainment
Introduced in 2007 as an official re-rebrand of the Right Stuf video production division, Nozomi Entertainment is recognized by discerning anime fans as a company focused on creating high-quality anime releases in North America. From anime classics to modern favorites, Nozomi Entertainment is dedicated to releasing fan-favorite anime for all ages and interests.

A small sampling of the Nozomi lineup includes: Astro Boy, The Irresponsible Captain Tylor, and Revolutionary Girl Utena.

Visit www.nozomient.com for additional information.

About Right Stuf, Inc.
Founded in 1987, Right Stuf, Inc. is among North America’s largest publishers, distributors and retailers in the anime and manga marketplace. One of the industry’s original pioneers, Right Stuf operates a multinational mail-order catalog and one of the trade’s most recognized Internet storefronts, rightstuf.com. Right Stuf also works in a variety of media vehicles that include video streaming, podcasts and special publications. Included under the Right Stuf corporate umbrella is print publisher, Right Stuf On-Demand, and video production labels Nozomi Entertainment, Lucky Penny Entertainment,  and 5 Points Pictures.

Visit www.rightstuf.com for additional information.

Copyright © 2015 Nozomi Entertainment, All rights reserved.
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