The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a thread)

NormanicGrav

And you thought there is never a Grav online
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Re: Shakugan no shana season 2 save edition?

Plastic case (with no title on spine for reversible cover), original sets are still available for now.
 

sora

Magical Girl
#3
Re: Shakugan no shana season 2 save edition?

Guess ill be taking a pass on this set then, Ill look into the original sets. thanks for the swift reply :)
 
#4
Re: Shakugan no shana season 2 save edition?

Just a thought, but could there not be a specific thread for release-related questions? Would save all the threads with single or very few replies that have been popping up recently.
 

NormanicGrav

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#5
Re: Shakugan no shana season 2 save edition?

Like a Q&A thread? Guess that should be made. "The Q & A Thread (for questions that does not need a thread)"
 

sora

Magical Girl
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that does not need a thr

Cool :D Will save me the trouble of making a thread every time I want to ask a question about a specific release
 

ilmaestro

State Alchemist
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

Very useful idea for a thread.

Also I think anyone who has made a thread with a similar title in the past is probably a cool dude.
 
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

Yo guys was wondering if anyone has seen the film colourful? I want to know what you guys think of it. Is it worth getting?
 

NormanicGrav

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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

devilrules666 said:
Yo guys was wondering if anyone has seen the film colourful? I want to know what you guys think of it. Is it worth getting?
I haven't seen it, looks interesting. I'm hoping Anime Limited would pick it up at some point (it fits their criteria) since it's always appearing at festivals in the cinema (it did appear at Showroom Sheffield at one point, I missed it though). Sentai's release apparently has some issues.
 

GolGotha

Death Scythe
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

I saw it at the cinema earlier this year and while I wasn't blown away by it, it was still enjoyable.
 

Emulsion

Thousand Master
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

Over on Fandom a user said Kill la Kill's doesn't have a chipboard artbox but it's on par with the Madoka sets. Can anyone with the Madoka sets explain what the artbox is like? It's not flimsy card like Manga have used is it?
 

Rui

Karamatsu Boy
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

Emulsion said:
Over on Fandom a user said Kill la Kill's doesn't have a chipboard artbox but it's on par with the Madoka sets. Can anyone with the Madoka sets explain what the artbox is like? It's not flimsy card like Manga have used is it?
They are flimsy card but they feel completely different to Manga UK's equivalents because they have a nice matte finish and gold foil details. They're not as sturdy as chipboard boxes, but visually they're very attractive and do the job of containing all of the bonus items.

On this subject, what would be perfect would be optional chipboard boxes released at the end to keep all of the partial sets together. That would be awesome.

R
 

Emulsion

Thousand Master
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

Rui said:
They are flimsy card but they feel completely different to Manga UK's equivalents because they have a nice matte finish and gold foil details. They're not as sturdy as chipboard boxes, but visually they're very attractive and do the job of containing all of the bonus items.
Thanks.
 
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

Rui said:
Emulsion said:
Over on Fandom a user said Kill la Kill's doesn't have a chipboard artbox but it's on par with the Madoka sets. Can anyone with the Madoka sets explain what the artbox is like? It's not flimsy card like Manga have used is it?
They are flimsy card but they feel completely different to Manga UK's equivalents because they have a nice matte finish and gold foil details. They're not as sturdy as chipboard boxes, but visually they're very attractive and do the job of containing all of the bonus items.

On this subject, what would be perfect would be optional chipboard boxes released at the end to keep all of the partial sets together. That would be awesome.

R
That's what I'm hoping they do with Monogatari Second Season. Sure those slipcovers look nice and all, but what would look nicer would be a chipboard artbox to hold them all.
Also FYI, Valvrave will also apparently have the same box as Kill La Kill and Madoka.
 

sora

Magical Girl
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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

Does anyone have or can link me to an un boxing of the air gear storm rider edition or pictures of what they look like inside?
 

NormanicGrav

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Re: The Q & A Thread (for questions that do not need a threa

Sora Takeuchi said:
Does anyone have or can link me to an un boxing of the air gear storm rider edition or pictures of what they look like inside?
What exactly is it? A Japanese release or one of the older singles sets?
 
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