Founded in 1997 by entrepreneur and filmmaker Stu Levy, TOKYOPOP, part of POP Media Holdings, established the market for manga in North America, introducing the term to the English language in the process.
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Disney Manga: Beauty and the Beast
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Boys of Summer
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Bloodivores
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Disney Manga: Pixar's Toy Story
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12 Days
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Breath of Flowers
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Bizenghast
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Still Sick
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Kamo: Pact with the Spirit World
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Dramacon
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Disney Manga: Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas: Zero's Journey Collection
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Don't Call Me Dirty
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Parham Itan: Tales From Beyond
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Scarlet Soul
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Atomic King Daidogan
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Blank
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War Angels
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Deep Scar
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Disney Manga: Miriya and Marie
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