Class is still in session as ComicsOne brings you more 'Onegai Teacher'

Official Press Release

San Jose, CA - June 26, 2003 ComicsOne has recently announced newadditions to their popular Onegai Teacher series. On store shelves thisfall, Onegai Teacher fans will be exited to find the Please TeacherAnime Fanbook and Onegai Teacher translated novel.

First, the month of September heats up with the sultry full-sized PleaseTeacher Anime Fanbook. This jewel is filled with many beautiful digitalimages from the stellar anime series, as well as many gorgeous originalimages and sketches only found in this special collection. Thisparticular compilation is complete with creator commentary and loads ofother extras. A must-have for any true anime fan! The "OnegaiTeacher" anime produced by Bandai was a best-selling animated video inJapan. ComicsOne's own Onegai Teacher graphic novel shared similarsuccess here in the US as it spent many months as one of the top 50graphic novels on the notarized Bookscan List.

Following the Fanbook, brings an engrossing literary treat. You've seenthe hit anime, and read the enthralling manga, but even still, you don'tknow the full story behind 18-year old Kei and his ambiguous affair withhis homeroom teacher from another planet. What's missing? You canonly find out in the translated full-length novel adaptation of OnegaiTeacher from ComicsOne.

Onegai Teacher is a tale that appeals to both adolescents and adultswith its touching sensibility and laugh-out-loud comedy. The reader caneasily sympathize with each character's internal growth and socialbravery. "After all, most of us know how difficult it can be to expressone's feelings to the one you care for most" says ComicsOne's MarketingEditor - Shawn Sanders.


The Please Teacher Fanbook will be available September 2003 with theOnegai Teacher Novel shortly following in October 2003. The full colorAnime Fanbook will be priced at $17.95. The Onegai Teacher Novel willbe priced at $7.95. Visit www.comicsone.com for more detailed seriesinformation.

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