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The Out of Print Anime DVD Thread

Discussion in 'Anime Industry Discussion' started by frostythebudgie, Nov 16, 2013.

  1. IncendiaryLemon

    IncendiaryLemon Captain Karen AUKN Staff

    Well, Gurren Lagann got a rerelease by Anime Limited so it's not really OOP anymore persay.
     
  2. Buzz201

    Buzz201 Cardcaptor

    Andrew said very very recently, he'd love to, but apparently there are legal issues at the moment (seemingly just with the UK licence though, as it's just started streaming on Viewster). Meanwhile, you can still pick up the BBEZ release from France...
     
  3. Gavrev

    Gavrev Dandy Guy, in Space

    Fair comment! Lol. Personally I was happy when Cowboy bebop came back into print - that was another one I thought I'd missed
     
  4. IncendiaryLemon

    IncendiaryLemon Captain Karen AUKN Staff

    Yeah, Anime Limited's licence saving is fantastic. It would be a shame for so many great shows to be OOP.
     
  5. Gavrev

    Gavrev Dandy Guy, in Space

    Makes you wonder how many gems you're actually missing without even knowing it.. :(
     
  6. TheKazeTrigger

    TheKazeTrigger Completely Average High School Student

    Bezz
    Gundam Seed S1 Collection 1 and 2
    Eureka Seven Collection 1 2
    Wolf's Rain Complete collection

    Adv
    Rune Solider volume 1-3
    Full Metal Panic Complete collection
    Full Metal Panic Fuffomu all the volumes

    MangaE
    Baka and Test S1
    Negima!?
    Ouran Highschool host club
    Noein
    Nabari

    MVM
    Texhonlyze
    R.O.D The TV
    Gun x Sword
     
  7. IncendiaryLemon

    IncendiaryLemon Captain Karen AUKN Staff

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  9. sniper_samurai

    sniper_samurai Adventurer

    Xtravision are an Irish company that specialised in video rental(basically Irish & Northern Irish Blockbuster) that ceased physical operation last year, now owned by Hilco and operated by(the also now online only) HMV Ireland.