Seven Seas & GoManga.com Announce the "Manga-Fy Me!" Contest

Official Press Release

(Los Angeles, November 16, 2004) - Seven Seas Entertainment announced thisweek a one-of-a-kind opportunity for manga fans--The "Manga-fy Me!" contest.By providing a self-portrait done in a manga style, entrants have a chanceto have their likeness drawn into one of Seven Seas initial manga releases.Gomanga.com users will select two winners from the entries via onlinevoting.

"Growing up, what kid doesn't dream of being a character in a comic book ormanga?" said contest supervisor Jake Forbes. "With this contest, two luckymanga fans will have that dream come true!" In addition to the "manga-fying"grand prizes, 6 runners up will get signed copies of Seven Seas manga titleswhen they arrive in February.Entries must be received by November 30th. Open voting takes place duringthe first two weeks of December. For more information, visitwww.gomanga.com.

About Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC:

Seven Seas Entertainment is the first publisher in the United States to bedevoted solely to the creation of original manga. Established in 2004, thecompany is set to debut its first four titles - Amazing Agent Luna, Bladefor Barter, Last Hope and No Man's Land - in February 2005. Seven Seas isowned by Jason DeAngelis and Dallas Middaugh. The company seeks to promotethe concept of "world manga" by collaborating with talented internationalwriters and artists to develop stories for a worldwide audience. Seven Seaslaunched its web site, www.gomanga.com, in October 2004.

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