But wait, there's more! Nebs has spotted a new FUNimation marketing item: “Anime-to-Go cards,” which come in $10 and $15 increments, feature Afro Samurai, Host Club, Witchblade, and other popular FUNi titles, and are good on FUNi's own VOD site.
I'm kind of surprised they didn't push this for the holidays-- anime-themed gift cards would make great stocking-stuffers –but hey, maybe those of you who have otaku sweethearts will like them for Valentine's Day. If FUNi officially releases them. (Note: Nebs doesn't mention exactly where he saw these, either.)
And finally, Geneon Entertainment (the Japanese one) has announced that it will be releasing anime music globally via iTunes-- in 22 countries across North America, Europe, and Oceania (Australia et al). It's been unofficially announced that they're starting with music from Shakugan no Shana by Kotoko (the first two seasons' OPs), as well as Mell's “Red Fraction,” from Black Lagoon.