About: Founded in 1997 by filmmaker and entrepreneur Stu Levy, TOKYOPOP established the market for manga in North America, introducing the term to the English language in the process. Over its history, TOKYOPOP has published over 3000 books, distributed anime and Asian films on home video and television, licensed merchandise to consumer goods companies, created graphic novels of major brands and led the way digitally in social media, e-commerce and user-generated content. TOKYOPOP’s brand expanded internationally with offices in Europe and Japan and a network of over 160 partners in more than 50 countries and 30 languages. Through TOKYOPOP, Levy has produced live-action and animated film and television content based on its extensive intellectual property library, including Priest, America’s Greatest Otaku, Van Von Hunter, and a slate of projects currently in development. Visit TOKYOPOP’s Asian Pop Culture newsletter at <a href="http://www.facebook.com/tokyopop" target="_blank">www.facebook.com/tokyopop</a> follow at <a href="http://www.twitter.com/tokyopop" target="_blank">www.twitter.com/tokyopop</a>.