Broccoli Books

Broccoli Books is a anime/manga company
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A publisher of manga and subsidiary of Broccoli Co., Ltd.

History

Broccoli International USA consists primarily of Anime Gamers (an online and brick-and-mortar retail store), Synch-Point (an anime localization production company), and Broccoli Books (a manga and artbook publisher). In 2007 Broccoli Books opened a boys love line called Boysenberry. On November 19th, 2008 Broccoli Co. Ltd. in Japan announced that they were dissolving Broccoli International USA and its divisions due to the growing competition in its field.

Divisions

Synch-Point

Synch-Point was founded to produce localized version of anime titles. The company had limited success: they produced the localized version of the smash hit FLCL and the consistantly popular Di Gi Charat, and a small handful of other titles. In 2005 Synch-Point was put on indefinite hiatus.

Broccoli Books

Founded in 2003, Broccoli Books published a variety of manga, including titles such as Di Gi Charat, Murder Princess, Disgaea, and Juvenile Orion. They also published artbooks for Disgaea, and the "mook" (magazine/book) Cosmode, a picture and how-to cosplay book derived from a regular publication in Japan. Cosmode was originally going to be a regular publication as well (albeit less frequent than its Japanese equivalent), until the closure of Broccoli USA.

Anime Gamers USA

Primarily an online retailer of anime and manga, there was also an Anime Gamers store (so called because the Japanese version, merely "Gamers," was already trademarked in the US) in Los Angeles, CA from 2001 to 2007. The Anime Gamers retail website at animegamersusa.com closed for a revamp in September 2007 and never reopened.
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Company Name Broccoli Books
Japanese Name: ブロッコリーブックス
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City Los Angeles
State California
Country USA
Website http://www.broccolibooks.com
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Date Founded None
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