Domo 2012 Wall Calendar by Big Tent Entertainment LLC, Chris Gritti
  

Domo 2012 Wall Calendar

Written by Big Tent Entertainment LLC, Chris Gritti
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Domo 2012 Wall Calendar by Big Tent Entertainment LLC, Chris Gritti

Hatched from an egg in front of a TV set, Domo-kun first rose to popularity in Japan, where he is the mascot for NHK, Japan's public broadcaster. In the years since, this television-loving, strangely endearing monster has become an Internet sensation and licensing phenomenon, winning the hearts of people the world over with his gentle soul and sloppy-silly adventures. Thanks to his millions of loyal fans, this international superstar is also a character brand that has successfully translated to fashion, toys, games, television, and, of course, calendars.

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Format

Calendar
28 pages

Author

Big Tent Entertainment LLC, Chris Gritti
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Publisher

Abrams

Publication date

1st August 2011

ISBN

9780810998070


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