I was very disappointed by it the SLA response made it sound great when its a generic anime high school romance Yay with one difference which I guessed by the end anyway
They DID deliver. Just not on the scale that some entitled "fans" want. Limited theatrical is still theatrical. If you cared as much as you're making out, you would've travelled to an SLA or Touring Film Programme screening.Yet there is no fan sub.... so they were wrong. They shouldn’t promise “Q1” then not deliver. Two years in a row. Eureka Seven then this
Exactly, you can get it cheaper later on. And no-one is stopping you, not I and not AL, so stop whining and bitching that it's not available right next to you, dirt cheap, as soon as physically possible and just wait for whichever region's release you're importing.Oh yes I’ll travel and spend hundreds of pounds for stuff I can get cheaper later on. Thats why I wait I got Haikara-San cheap, already got HF, got HF II coming and Penguin highway in August. And all for less than what cost of SLA would be... and I can rewatch them for no more money.
And I could see Liz and the blue bird which SLA did not provide.
And AL not getting it in Bristol one of the largest cities in the UK is quite a big failure.... they told me their anime did well there while Cardiff got the lowest...
Incorrect. Scotland loves animation is a charity formed before AL. It’s technically got nothing to do with AL bar People like Andrew being involved with both, you notice they partner with AL, it’s not ran by AL.They're a Scottish company. Given they run around trying to cover the UK as a whole, forgive them for holding an elaborate festival somewhere closer.