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  • GingaDaiuchuu
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    So weird to have one cour for each of the first two sets and then switch to two. Oh well, at least it's more of it.

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  • NJ_
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    Very similar to Japan switching to Blu-ray boxes after 8 singles (which ironically started with episode 27 as well).

    Surprised it's the same price as set 2 though.

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  • WTK
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    Hunter x Hunter (2011): Set 3 (DVD) - $24.98 - 10/17/17
    Hunter X Hunter set 3 contains episodes 27-50.

    Special Features: Clean Opening & Ending Songs, Trailers
    Hunter x Hunter (2011): Set 3 (DVD) - $29.98 - 10/17/17
    Hunter X Hunter set 3 contains episodes 27-50.
    EDIT: Updated MSRPs:
    - BD: $49.99
    - DVD: $39.99
    Last edited by WTK; 07-21-2017, 01:02 AM.

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  • GingaDaiuchuu
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    Two whole cours a year? Really, Viz, you're outdoing yourselves.

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  • Jin12
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    As long as they finish releasing this, I'll be happy no matter how slow it might end up being.

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  • Chisel
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    Though seeing it come at the low price is a plus, at this rate we'll never see the end of the show finish releasing let alone nice two (or more) cour sets.

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  • Animefan1995
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    Originally posted by WTK View Post
    Consider this info preliminary until TRSI and/or Viz Media announce it themselves.


    Hunter x Hunter: set 3 | October 17, 2017

    BD: $29.99
    - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dvd...=0782009244738
    - http://www.dvdplanet.com/hunter-x-hu...n/782009244738

    DVD: $24.99
    - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dvd...=0782009244745
    - http://www.dvdplanet.com/hunter-x-hu...n/782009244745
    Damn, that's just 8 months since the second set came out back in February, and almost 10 months since the Heavens Arena arc aired on Toonami.

    I just hope they resume with the standard 3 month solicitation with their future releases. Yes, I understand they have a lot of anime titles on their plate and I don't blame the company's anime department but waiting 7-8 months for another set is just insane!!!! I'm sorry if I'm going way to far with this post but they are clearly just shooting themselves in the foot, I don't want them to pull a "Monster" on their future anime title sets.
    Last edited by Animefan1995; 06-26-2017, 02:23 PM. Reason: Editing post

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  • Rhys2753
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    On the one hand I'm happy it's coming at all, and at the same low price point to boot. On the other hand, DANG another 4 months still. Coulda had set 4 out in October by the gap between the first 2 sets.

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  • Mach Rider
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    THANK. GOODNESS. Is this a longer wait time than the 6 months we used to have to do in between the first Naruto uncut sets?

    Now I want Bleach Set 3 BD too.

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  • WTK
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    Consider this info preliminary until TRSI and/or Viz Media announce it themselves.


    Hunter x Hunter: set 3 | October 17, 2017

    BD: $29.99
    - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dvd...=0782009244738
    - http://www.dvdplanet.com/hunter-x-hu...n/782009244738

    DVD: $24.99
    - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dvd...=0782009244745
    - http://www.dvdplanet.com/hunter-x-hu...n/782009244745

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  • NJ_
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    Originally posted by Animefan1995 View Post
    I mean Sailor Moon S Part 2 set is being released 7 months after it's first set which is insane as their previous sets were released just 3 months like Naruto.
    You're forgetting about Crystal and the R movie which aside from the former's simulcast, weren't exactly priorities during the first 2 seasons' releases.
    Last edited by NJ_; 05-11-2017, 03:41 AM.

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  • Art-chan
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    ^ My guess is they're doing too many shows at once and have a small group of people working on everything so something has to give. (I don't like it either. I'd like to get all of Sailor Moon in this decade. )

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  • Mach Rider
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    Originally posted by Animefan1995 View Post
    I do not know what's going on in Viz's anime department as the usual release order for the Blu-ray/DVD Box sets of their licensed shows is every 3-4 months. But I have been noticing this situation with several of their licensed shows lately, I mean Sailor Moon S Part 2 set is being released 7 months after it's first set which is insane as their previous sets were released just 3 months like Naruto.

    I have a hunch it could be that they don't want the Box Sets of their licensed series (e.g. Naruto, Sailor Moon) to interfere with each other in sales on the same month they come out. What do you guys think?
    The Bleach Blu-ray sets have come to a halt now as well (or so it seems). I don't understand the eternity they are taking with all of these sets. Set 3 for Hunter x Hunter could have easily been out a month ago.

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  • Raffy
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    to those who have decided to wait for larger sets: best of luck, at the rate these smaller sets are coming out .. you folks holding out for larger sets probably won't get the last ep set until ... 15 years from now? 20 years?

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  • Animefan1995
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    I do not know what's going on in Viz's anime department as the usual release order for the Blu-ray/DVD Box sets of their licensed shows is every 3-4 months. But I have been noticing this situation with several of their licensed shows lately, I mean Sailor Moon S Part 2 set is being released 7 months after it's first set which is insane as their previous sets were released just 3 months like Naruto.

    I have a hunch it could be that they don't want the Box Sets of their licensed series (e.g. Naruto, Sailor Moon) to interfere with each other in sales on the same month they come out. What do you guys think?

    Leave a comment:

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