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ComicsOne

ComicsOne
Industry Comics
Founded 1999–2005
Headquarters Fremont, California, United States
Website www.comicsone.com

ComicsOne Corp. was an American distributor of Asian Comics (manga, manhwa, and manhua), established in 1999. ComicsOne was based in Fremont, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area.[1] ComicsOne also served as the distributor for videos and merchandise related to its licensed titles.

On March 25, 2005, industry website ICv2.com reported that DrMaster, ComicsOne's Asian printer, took over the publication of ComicsOne's manga titles, though not the manhwa and manhua titles. It also added that ComicsOne had abandoned its website, "stopped paying its bills and has disappeared."[2]

Contents

  • Manga published by ComicsOne 1
  • Manhwa published by ComicsOne 2
  • Manhua published by ComicsOne 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Manga published by ComicsOne

Manhwa published by ComicsOne

Manhua published by ComicsOne

References

  1. ^ "Contact." ComicsOne. October 27, 2000. Retrieved on April 28, 2012. "US Headquarters: 47257 Fremont Blvd. Fremont, CA 94538 U.S.A"
  2. ^ ICv2 News – ComicsOne Titles Back from DrMaster
  3. ^ a b "Feature Comics." ComicsOne. August 17, 2000. Retrieved on September 14, 2009.
  4. ^ "Jesus." ComicsOne. April 21, 2001. Retrieved on September 14, 2009.

External links

  • http://www.comicsone.com/
  • ComicOne Transition to Dr.Master
  • ComicsOne Titles Back from DrMaster; ComicsOne Dead
  • Dr.Master Online Store; Saint Legend for sale


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