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Katsujinken Magazine website beta release - 15 August 2011
Due to interest in the Premiere Issue, Jason Lee A. Hatcher, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Katsujinken, a Sword Arts Journal announced beta release of Katsujinken's website two weeks ahead of the scheduled release date - 15 August 2011.
Katsujinken's Founder received positive commentary from many sword art community members, such as Mr. Mike Loades (internationally acclaimed Author and Historian). . ."I think you are onto something . . .both the visual aesthetic and the tone of the written material. . .I like very much it is intended to serve both the Eastern and the Western martial arts communities."
Upon review of Katsujinken, we found a rich, yet lean textural integrity. A lot of "originality"
The Landing page presents a logo in red and white atop a Japanese Buddhist Temple overlay. Traditional Japanese music plays - an easily located on / off switch is provided. With bold color, enhanced graphics, and entertaining streaming media this is a fun site. Navigational tools burn in transition. Introductory imagery is "light," but based on what is available thus far, promises to be phenomenal. The most notable preliminary release (beta) features are their About Us, Crew, Submissions, Shop and Links vxwpp pages. It is obvious more development is taking place, but a cool suite of quality tees, ball-caps, mugs and other items are already available to readers. Keep this one on your radar!
Visit Katsujinken today at: http://www.katsujinkenmagazine.com today.
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