TrixDemon said:Well, I couldnt think of anything I wanted for my birthday, so when my mom asked, I said, Subscribe me to MangaForce.
She paid for it on the 23/01.
WHERE IS IT???
nowhere.. every day I check my post box.. and tis never there. They're selling the 4th issue is shops now! I only have the 1st one coz I bought it!
There are currently no websites that I am aware of where you can legally download and watch anime, paid for or otherwise. Keep monitoring the news sites, sign up to ADV Films newsletter (they have provided limited time streams of first episode for some of their upcoming titles recently).Jeffers said:Hi people, I would appreciate if you could help me finding Uk websites where I could pay and download or watch mangas and animes. If some websites got video that would be great.So if you know some of them, please drop one or two in here
As is usually the case with these piecework sets, you usually have to ask the newsagent to order/reserve you a copy or subscribe to it. After the first or two issue has sold then it is normally pretty clear what the subsequent sales are liable to be so Newsagents don't usually get more in stock than they have been asked to hold back by customers.Link100p said:I haven't seen this anywhere, seems ****.
Yeah, that's a pretty bad place to start Eva as it throws you right into the deep end with no clue as to what's going on...Budding said:The Evangelion Death and Rebirth DVD managed to almost put me off Evangelion for life.