actually isn't kids on the slope a sub-only BD.Mangaranga said:I'm wondering if they're doing a deal with someone to release this, considering it's 5 discs, and the costs of Creating BDs. MVM are usually not interested in BD unless they find a partner to share the costs. If they want to surprise me by getting Kara no Kyoukai out on BD I'll be overjoyed, DVD only and I'll rage. Hard. Then again MVM don't release movies so it seems kinda unlikely.
Maybe MVM are just starting to build up a relationship with Aniplex so they can get these new bigger titles.
I seem to remember them saying that they were interested in getting Fate/Zero a while ago.
Come to think of it, would this be the first instance of a show getting a UK Sub Only BD?
Is this other sub only announcement a big show or just a normal announcement? Something like Toradora, Ano Hana or Usagi Drop would be nice to see released here. Siren Visual also have Usagi so I wouldn't be surprised. (Well I was right the first time, might as well guess again )
well i really love the story, but mostly it's the animation and the dialogue, shaft really put a lot of effort in to the animation, and i find the dialogue really clever and witty, plus it's pretty much harem without all the girls fawning incessantly over the MC.Invisible Crane said:
One of the highest selling series in Japan for the last decade.(not sure if it's follow up, Madoka Magika, beat it though)Invisible Crane said:
Not much they are insanely overhyped,good shows but nothing to get excited about,they are not as have as smart and witty as they think they are and i hated every character in them which really turned me of the series,but no doubt the the style and art and over all production and direction is simply beautiful,you,ll either love them or hate them.Invisible Crane said:
What i'm wondering is how well they'll do here, we have a dozen or so confirmed BD buys here but are the rest of the UK as excited? What we think is good doesn't always translate into numbers at the other end alasDoraemon666 said:Not much they are insanely overhyped,good shows but nothing to get excited about,they are not as have as smart and witty as they think they are and i hated every character in them which really turned me of the series,but no doubt the the style and art and over all production and direction is simply beautiful,you,ll either love them or hate them.Invisible Crane said:
You're free to dislike the characters and the general tone of the show as much as you like, but NISIOISIN's wordplay is on a level where the most you could say here is that you personally don't connect with the humor and intelligence of the writing - if you can't see that that humor and intelligence is there regardless of your preferences, that's a shame, but nothing to do with the quality of the series.Doraemon666 said:they are not as have as smart and witty as they think they are
They fixed all the animation for the BDs, to the point they had to delay releases by months to get it all finished (it was selling massively, so they could get away with it).VoxPhantom said:With Bakemonogatari, I'm looking forward to seeing how the series looks on BD, as I recall that the Shaft were struggling to get all the animation done during its airing run. Never did see the final two episodes that came out months after the series finished. It was one of the first series I watched after getting into anime, so I doubt I got any of the parodies or references - will be fun to watch it now and see what jumps out at me.