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As the seinen and shōjo content were hard to reconcile, and Mixx wanted to refocus the magazine towards high school and university/college-aged readers, Sailor Moon was taken out of the anthology and moved to Smile.
When MixxZine was renamed Tokyopop in July 1999, the focus was changed to an "Asian culture magazine", which included manga and articles on J-pop, video games, and anime. Only a few manga titles were published in the magazine until it was discontinued in 2000.
- "Press release regarding MixxZine® and Smile™ addressed to MixxZine subscribers." Mixx Entertainment. September 30, 1998. Retrieved on August 21, 2011.
- "MIXX ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES "SORCERER HUNTERS"." Mixx Entertainment. November 6, 1998. Retrieved on August 21, 2011.
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