CLAMP IN AMERICA pushed to 2010

Several online stores such as Amazon have been listing the release date of CLAMP IN AMERICA to February 23, 2010. The official website of publisher Del Rey confirms the postponement for such date.

Although no official word has been given, one of the reasons for the change could be due to the increase of page numbers. The book, that covers CLAMP’s career during its 20 years of history and their impact in the American culture, was originally expected to have 144 pages. Now, it is being listed as having 336 pages (more than the double).

The price has been increased as well by extent, from US$ 19.99 to US$24.99.

Thanks to shidouhikaru15 for poking me about that ^^

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14 thoughts on “CLAMP IN AMERICA pushed to 2010

    • Indeed almost the triple. Indeed I thought 144 wasn’t much for a guide, specially since they said there would be some illustrations as well. I hope the additional pages mean additional info ^^

      Feb 2010 does seem extremely far ^^;

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  1. You are welcome! ^^

    Did you notice that since I went to twitter I haven’t written on your LJ? what’s happening me >.<

    Well the waiting will be fair with the new amount of pages, just let's hope they don't change it again, how many times the release date has been moved? actually, I vaguely can remember that xD

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    • Did you notice that since I went to twitter I haven’t written on your LJ? what’s happening me >.<

      Nooo no good! I'll block you from Twitter (JOKING! XD)

      how many times the release date has been moved?

      I think this is the 3rd time. June 23, October 20 and now February 23.

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      • -Nooo no good!
        HAHAHA where all my spam went? xD Don’t worry your LJ has suffered my absence enough.

        -I think this is the 3rd time
        I thought that too, well I wasn’t so lost at all.

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