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Founded in 1997, Tokyopop was a newcomer to the manga industry. Instead of doing business correctly they decided to stiff some of their upcoming artists on payments. As you can tell, the manga artists weren't very happy about this and probably dreamt of carrying out feats such as this one:
To make matters worse, Tokyopop started something called the manga pilots, a program designed to give people who loved to draw manga a chance to make a name for themselves by making a one-shot episode. Their rules and terms of contract were very shady caused massive backlash among the online otaku community. you can see some of the backlash for youselves by googling "Tokyopop sucks" or by clicking on here for a sample: Tokyopop Manga Pilots Backlash.
Sadly, we're not done yet explaining how much Tokyopop sucks ass. in 2009 a famous Japanese company called Kodansha decided that Tokyopop were a bunch of fucking douche bags and chose to cut off their contract with them. While Tokyopop is made up of a bunch of incompetent douche bags, the move pretty much screwed everyone who had decided buying manga from Tokyopop was a good idea. You can see the massive list of fuckup that happened when they split by clicking here: Tokyopop is the devil. 11 series cancelled and 60 series out of print for the forseeable future. In other words, if you bought 35 out of 37 volumes at $9.99 each then Tokyopop can send you a thank you note for letting them rape $350 dollars out of you. At this point if your wallet was your ass hole, then your poor ass would look like this:
In clinical tests, side effects of getting ripped off by Tokyopop include rectal bleeding and profuse usage of the words, "fuck", "shit", "motherfucker" and "May Old Testament God come down and smite you, give your kids leprosy and send you to hell and use your penis as a match to light a thousand candles."