Taken from the syndication news section on page 98 of the Jan. 16th
issue of Broadcasting and Cable magazine...
"Summit Media Group Inc. will syndicate a new 1/2 hour animated kids
series, Magic Knight Rayearth, targeted at girls 2-11, in fall of 1995.
A total of 13 episodes will be offered to stations on a barter basis,
with an even 2.5 min national/local split".
Oh god...first Sailor Moon and now Rayearth. :-(
This is going to be a weird year to watch US TV.
Tomar: aka to...@iastate.edu
My life quest: To find and watch all Ranma 1/2 episodes I can!!!!
The only obstacle is my limited funds!
Favorite Quote: "Why did you just call the red-headed girl 'he'?"
: Oh god...first Sailor Moon and now Rayearth. :-(
: This is going to be a weird year to watch US TV.
Who would have guessed that two of the three first animes on US TV since 87
or so would be shojo? (You forgot Dragonball.) Also, with these
covering the kiddies, and Samurai Spirits/Shodown and Fatal Fury (and
possibily Street Fighter later) covering the gamers, anime WILL be
mainstream (at least in a mutant form) by the end of this year, like it
or not. Expect the noise level on hear to triple, at least.
Err, there *are* Japanese "Barbie-style" Rayearth dolls, made by Sega.
(I thought you knew this.)
E n r i q u e C o n t y
Disclaimer: Motorola doesn't know I'm posting this
=D They better sell the life-size gabby version. Sure it's expensive, but
how else will American kids hear Shiratori's voice? =)
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