CMX

CMX is a anime/manga company
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DC Comics' manga division.

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CMX was founded as a division of Wildstorm, which is a DC Comics imprint run primarily by Jim Lee, a Korean-American comics artist. CMX was intended to offer a broad variety of manga and Korean manhwa to the U.S., and unlike many companies they also offer older titles along with newer ones.

Unfortunately, controversy followed CMX's launch: one of their launch titles was Oh Great!'s manga Tenjho Tenge, a fan (and fan-servicey) favorite that CMX edited heavily to make it acceptable to bookstores sans shrinkwrap. CMX claimed that all changes had been approved by Oh Great! himself, but many fans remain weary of CMX titles to this day. In January of 2008 CMX announced that while it would continue publishing an edited version of Tenjho Tenge, the volumes will be rated 'Mature' and have fewer edits than before.

This is not to say the company has seen no success: many fans respect them for releasing the 70s shoujo series From Eroica with Love and the popular comedy Crayon Shin-chan, as well as another fan favorite, the manga Victorian Romance Emma (titled simply Emma).
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