It's possible but it may depend on if Manga is able to negotiate with Japan or Viz about it. Plus I think there's something on-going where Region B distributors can't just re-use the Region A discs due to the English Interview extras so for Manga if they want to release Naruto on Blu-ray, they'll need Madman's help.My bad Blu ray is what I meant.
A few years back, when manga was still doing panels at comic con they said shows like Naruto and One Piece weren't made with the quality to make blu ray worth while. The crowd wasnt happy and basically they just couldnt be bothered.My bad Blu ray is what I meant.
As a follow up to this how are bigger sets usually sent? I’m weighing up where to pre-order some upcoming Manga CEs from.What sort of packaging do UP1/UP1 USA usually use when sending single Blu Ray releases? I imagine they send boxsets in cardboard boxes but was curious how a single title would be sent.
As a follow up to this how are bigger sets usually sent? I’m weighing up where to pre-order some upcoming Manga CEs from.
I have the Gunsmith Cats one and it's really nice. The art book is pretty hefty. I also got the chibi key/phone straps add on which are very nice if still available.Having recently backed the AnimEigo Megazone 23 project, I was wondering what people’s thoughts were on Gunsmith Cats & Riding Bean, both as animes and their respective Premium Editions, if applicable.
Ah, Ken'ichi Sonoda, a topic guaranteed to give me a welcome break from real world concerns. I'm strongly biased as I love everything he's been involved with on the strength of his character designs alone, but Gunsmith Cats and Riding Bean, unlike some projects he has worked on, are both his original creations. While Bean especially differs from the Gunsmith Cats manga (due to predating it, whereas Gunsmith Cats OVAs were based on it. I probably love the manga even more than these animated sojourns but ymmv) if you enjoy the things Sonoda so obviously enjoys - guns, cars, girls and pretty fantastic action involving all three - Then I can't see you not enjoying these.Having recently backed the AnimEigo Megazone 23 project, I was wondering what people’s thoughts were on Gunsmith Cats & Riding Bean, both as animes and their respective Premium Editions, if applicable.
A little while ago they changed the way it's calculated. At check out, after choosing delivery and payment method, it adds on an import tax deposit.looking at pokemon dvd's on amazon.com and the ones above $15 are saying no import fee deposit, have they switched to the jan 1st thing already or is it broken?
Being cut by the BBFC doesn’t by itself make something illegal, so you’ll be fine. It’s only if something actually breaks UK law that it’s illegal to be in possession of and can get you in legal trouble for importing, and about the only thing that crosses that line in the anime/manga sphere is hardcore loli/shota hentai. Other than that, import to your heart’s content, the BBFC have absolutely no power to stop you.Probably a silly question, but would there be any potential problems with importing the new US release of Paranoia Agent? I understand it was censored in the UK, so would there be any issues at customs importing the uncensored version?