Past publisher of the Warcraft manwha (manga) whose license agreement with Blizzard Entertainment ended in March 2011.[1] The license was subsequently picked up by Cryptozoic Entertainment in June 2011.[2]

The US operations for TokyoPop shut down in May 2011 with a farewell letter from its founder Stu Levy,[3] however about a year later, there was some evidence that TokyoPop was still alive based on a co-publishing agreement with Right Stuf.[4] Some 8 months after that glimmer, at the Anime LA 2013 conference, it was announced that TokyoPop was making a comeback.[5] On January 9, 2013, they re-launched their website,[6] but with no evidence of any Warcraft relationship (which makes sense).

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