Regarding One Piece Film: Gold, did they use the Funimation US discs, compared to Adventures in Alabasta, Z and Stampede, which were authored locally?A bunch of anime today, two from the AOL Crunchyroll sale and two from Amazon, thanks @zappi for pointing out about Film: Strong World which by extension let me find that Film: Gold was going for a low price as well. I own all the modern One Piece movies now until Film: Red releases. Still yet to watch my copy of Steins;Gate but confident I'll enjoy it a lot so picked up the movie as well, waiting out for a complete set of Steins;Gate 0 hopefully. Toilet-bound Hanako-kun is quite the hidden gem IMO, love the art style, Lerche is quite the underrated studio, they animate a lot of great shows.
Was hoping Sonic Frontiers would arrive today as it releases today but it didn't which I'm disappointed about, usually fine with something arriving a day late or so but this is an exception, same with Pokemon. Hopefully I'll have it tomorrow though, it was dispatched yesterday.
One Piece Film: Strong World (BD / DVD), One Piece Film: Gold (BD), Steins;Gate: The Movie - Load Region of Deja Vu (BD) and Toilet-bound Hanako-kun (BD)
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And if I remember correctly, Strong World used Madman's port of the Funimation US discs (the main difference in extras being that the Funimation trailers were replaced by the Madman trailers and an Australian anti-piracy "Thank You" PIF).