That issue being Issue 11 of Manga Mania.
For reasons not explained in the issue this was coverdated June 1994, meaning it had taken at least 2 months to come out. The indicia indicate Dark Horse UK were still the publishers, but I don’t believe that was actually the case, and the new publishers would be clearer in the next issue.
- Manga Video – Guyver, Rumik World: Mermaid Forest, The Wind of Amnesia, Dangaioh, Violent Cop
- Kiseki Films – Gunbuster, Ambassador Magma, Urotsukidoji III
- Western Connection – Karmasutra, Galactic Pirates
- Anime Projects – Urusei Yatsura TV, Riding Bean
- AUK-Con – One day event by Anime UK. 500 people reported attending. Toren Smith, Wil Overton, Helen McCarthy & Steve Kyte were guests (though do those last two really count considering who was organising it?).
- Animeday Flashback 4 – Sponsored by Sheffield Space Centre. 300 people reported attending. Alan Grant, Tony Luke and… Helen McCarthy & Steve Kyte were guests. Those last two will be a recurring theme in future con reports.
- Here’s a report from the time by Jim McLennan courtesy of ye olde Animejin.
- New Century GPX Cyber Formula Zero
- New Cutey Honey
- Dirty Pair Flash
- Ranm 1/2 Stormy Weather Comes To School Growing Up With Miss Hinako
- Ah! My Goddess
- Natsuki Crisis
- Genocyber was promoted by US Manga Corps using this new fangled Internet thing and “…caused a virtual furor amongst online anime fans jacked into the Internet worldwide computer network…“.
- Viz released the first Ranma 1/2 Movie
- AnimEigo had Genesis Survivor Gaiarth, Bubblegum Crash coming out
- US Manga Corps put out RG Veda & Hades Project Zeorymer.
- LA Hero/US Reditions went with the live action Guyver:Dark Hero.
- Pioneer had two more volumes of Tenchi Muyo on Laser Disc.
- No notable manga started.
- Battle Angel Alita was the the cover story.
- A look at the influence of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on anime and manga.
- And a reprint of Art Spiegelman’s introduction to Barefoot Gen.