Pretty much yes, so we are quite lucky most of the work has already been done - all we need to have done is cover art.Just Passing Through said:Some questions about Live Action...
Do you have the same requirements as for an anime release for your live action titles... preexisting PAL materials and subtitle track (presumably from Australia), or do you also create your own?
I loved Dororo, Ikigami and Cutey Honey. Is there more scope to bring live action manga and anime adaptations to the UK? I'm thinking of the She the Ultimate Weapon movie for one, maybe Beck and Usagi Drop in 1 or 2 years. I'm sure there are others.
Have any of your live action titles sold well enough to warrant a Blu-ray release for future titles?
Licensing a title that's based on anime/manga is better but it only works well if the anime/manga its based on is well known. Obviously there's loads of titles just waiting to be licensed but its always about the general audience and selling it to them.
With the last question, sadly no. As mentioned in an earlier post we were going to do Wushu on Blu-Ray but costs are more expensive and the title itself would need to sell a lot of copies for us to recoup our costs.