none of the other releases did, You can either wait for a UK/US Blu-ray or a Hong Kong Blu-ray
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This is also Aniplex USA, an American subsidiary of a Japanese conglomerate, they are protecting their home market first, while also giving us a good release, so I feel that it is worth the price. You have to understand not all companies price their releases the same.
Shigurui School Days Elfen Lied Violence Jack (It's all in the name lol) Mnemosyne Higurashi Gantz I've also heard Amon, and Black Lion were pretty damn bad
Anime and Manga are niche products.
It is about that but they give it a premium price because of the release, it generally comes with music cd's, and drama cd's, but also a collectors box for each DVD. Reverse importation was always a fear for the Japanese because their market is different, but some fans don't care about getting more artwork on a box or a certain cover, why pay more when you can get the whole thing for ~89% off.
When I had access to numbers, DBZ was the only mega series in the North American anime world. Most releases have a print run of about 3200-4000 BD and about 5700 DVD's although they don't sell anywhere near that usually I can think of off the top of my head. The Evangelion BD getting a print run of 15,000 BD's and more than that on DVD (I think it was like 17,000) and it went thru the BD print run, to contrast that Star Child sold 449,000+(On Just Blu-Ray, the DVD...
Atleast they have someone talking about it who actually knows what the hell he is talking about.
This is a visual novel from Key/Visual Art's, there is a manga in Japan published by Kadokawa Shoten.
Europe is a big region, it's also coming to Italy from Dynit, but nothing so far has been announced for UK & Ireland.
I heard Media Blasters was working on a Live-Action Bible Black a few years ago.
That's what it is to the Japanese companies that create it also.
This is an Otaku anime. This is what sells in Japan.
It's gonna be 2 BD-Boxes for season 2.
Don't hope, it sold like crap in Japan,and the box office intake wasn't that good either.
I got 5 ways too but the later 4 become redundant when I say my first one. 1. Don't make it.
Depends on what Kadokawa Pictures wants to do. http://www.animenewsnetwork...
FUNimation is not affected, and their accounts have already been shipped to other companies.
He is, he even started another company called Mappa to create it.
The card is very, very useful when going for a studio sale, especially where the discounts stack on top of the already discounted price, but since they are discounted so much already for this, they would be losing money on each sale.
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