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  • Originally posted by Snorlax View Post
    Fun Fact: Anne of Green Gables is a south-african english Dub based on the german version
    what, is there a story there, or its just how it is?
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    • Originally posted by 27CansOfTuna View Post
      what, is there a story there, or its just how it is?
      Not much: As it never aired in the US nor UK, most anime fans believed an English dub never existed.

      There are also a few other Anime, where German or other (continental) European distributors took over the rights for almost the whole western hemisphere. Some of these were based on classic western literature, non was set in Japan, some were even co-produced by European TV-stations and aired there earlier than in Japan.
      Sorry, due to licensing limitations, videos are unavailable in your region.

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      • The Journey Home is available for purchase digitally @ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NS9BY3D

        - via W.BABA & TMS Entertainment
        - 13 eps
        - with English dub ?

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        • Discotek title streaming (included with Prime) via AsianCrush: LINK

          - Flame of Recca

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          • Discotek title streaming (included with Prime) via AsianCrush: LINK

            - Blue Submarine No.6

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            EDIT: "Voltron Volume 1" streaming on with STARZ subscription (via WEP)

            https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Voltron&i...date-desc-rank
            Last edited by WTK; 02-23-2019, 05:12 PM.

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            • Hanasaku Iroha the Movie: Home Sweet Home (included with Prime) via Cinedigm

              https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P6FK5YD

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              • Discotek titles streaming (included with Prime) via Midnight Pulp: LINK

                - Galaxy Express 999 the Movie
                - Adieu Galaxy Express 999 the Movie


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                Off-topic...Discotek title streaming (included with Prime) via AsianCrush: LINK

                - Street Fighter II: The Animated Series

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                • Originally posted by WTK View Post
                  Hanasaku Iroha the Movie: Home Sweet Home (included with Prime) via Cinedigm

                  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P6FK5YD
                  Love Live! School Idol Project Season 1 (included with Prime)

                  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P6H7TD6

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                  Off-topic...Astro Boy 2009 film via Summit Ent (included with Prime)

                  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0035GX0BM

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                  • Discotek title streaming (included with Prime) via AsianCrush: LINK

                    - Fighting Foodons

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                    • Originally posted by WTK View Post
                      EDIT: "Voltron Volume 1" streaming on with STARZ subscription (via WEP)

                      https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Voltron&i...date-desc-rank
                      Voltron: Fleet of Doom also streaming with STARZ subscription (via WEP).

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                      • Originally posted by WTK View Post
                        Originally posted by WTK View Post
                        Hanasaku Iroha the Movie: Home Sweet Home (included with Prime) via Cinedigm

                        https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P6FK5YD
                        Love Live! School Idol Project Season 1 (included with Prime)

                        https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P6H7TD6

                        Love Live! The School Idol Movie (included with Prime)

                        https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PH3RWB6

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                        • Let's take a deeper look on the Amazon titles getting released on home video. Sentai Filmworks have released a number of titles via Fuji Creative Corp. It remains to be seen if the trend continues with INUYASHIKI and/or After the Rain. Outside of that, it's unclear which titles gets released on home video (especially ones that may involve Aniplex).

                          Solicited / released on home video
                          - 04/17/16 | Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress | Fuji Creative Corp. | Crunchyroll / Funimation
                          - 01/11/17 | Scum's Wish | Fuji Creative Corp. | Sentai Filmworks
                          - 07/04/17 | DIVE!! | Fuji Creative Corp. | Sentai Filmworks
                          - 01/07/18 | KOKKOKU | Fuji Creative Corp. | Sentai Filmworks

                          Licensed but not released on home video
                          - 01/26/17 | Ronja, the Robber's Daughter (English dub only?) | Dwango or ??? | GKIDS / ???

                          No home video release
                          - 07/14/16 | BATTERY the animation | Fuji Creative Corp.
                          - 08/12/16 | Shin chan Spin-off vol.1 Aliens vs. Shinnosuke | tv asahi
                          - 10/01/16 | Chi's Sweet Adventure (with English dub) | TV Tokyo or ???
                          - 10/01/16 | ViVid Strike! | King Records or ???
                          - 10/13/16 | The Great Passage | Fuji Creative Corp.

                          - 01/07/17 | Altair: A Record of Battles | Aniplex or Kodansha or ???
                          - 01/18/17 | ONIHEI | TMS Ent.
                          - 04/05/17 | Saekano- How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend .flat | Aniplex or ???
                          - 04/07/17 | Re:CREATORS | ABC animation or Aniplex or ???
                          - 04/07/17 | RAGE OF BAHAMUT VIRGIN SOUL | Cygames or NBCUniversal Ent. Japan or ???
                          - 07/17/17 | Welcome to the Ballroom | Pony Canyon
                          - 07/11/17 | Lights of the Clione | Kyotoma
                          - 10/06/17 | Yuki Yuna is a Hero:The Washio Sumi Chapter / Hero Chapter | Pony Canyon
                          - 10/12/17 | INUYASHIKI LAST HERO | Fuji Creative Corp.

                          - 01/11/18 | After the Rain | Fuji Creative Corp.
                          - 01/12/18 | BEATLESS | Kadokawa
                          - 01/12/18 | KILLING BITES | NBCUniversal Ent. Japan or ShoPro or Sotsu or ???
                          - 04/12/18 | Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku | Aniplex or Dentsu or ???
                          - 04/16/18 | MAGICAL GIRL SITE | avex or ???
                          - 04/07/18 | Chi's Sweet Adventure Season 2 | TV Tokyo or ???
                          - 07/05/18 | BANANA FISH | Aniplex or Dentsu or ShoPro or ???
                          - 07/05/18 | Seven Senses of the Re'Union | TBS animation
                          - 07/08/18 | Dropkick on My Devil!! | Strawberry Meets Pictures or ???
                          - 07/13/18 | Grand Blue Dreaming | avex or Kodansha or NBCUniversal Ent. Japan or ???
                          - 07/13/18 | Happy Sugar Life | GENCO or ???
                          - 09/25/18 | BEATLESS Final Stage | Kadokawa
                          - 10/04/18 | Boarding School Juliet | Kodansha or ???
                          - 10/05/18 | IRODUKU : The World in Colors | MAP
                          - 10/10/18 | Karakuri Circus | Fuji Creative Corp.

                          - 01/06/19 | Dororo (2019) | Tezuka Productions or Twin Engine or ???
                          - 01/08/19 | kemurikusa. | Yaoyorozu or ???

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                          • The list above applies to US only:
                            Welcome to the Ballroom = Kaze Germany
                            Kokkoku = Universum Germany
                            Inuyashiki = Universum Germany

                            For Lights of the Clione and Ronja it should be noted, that Amazon DOES not have worldwide rights. Vivid Strike and Shin chan are at least blocked in selected territories (by error?)
                            Sorry, due to licensing limitations, videos are unavailable in your region.

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                            • Looking at the current catalog of unreleased shows, I'll try and predict who is most likely to release it on home video.

                              Battery - Nobody, Just a poorly adapted show in a genre with limited marketability.
                              Shin-chan - Nobody, Just not popular enough in the US.
                              Chi's Sweet Adventure - Discotek, They released Chi's Sweet Home.
                              Vivid Strike - Until somebody rescues the Nanoha series, Nobody.
                              The Great Passage - Sentai, It's their kind of show, and they are willing to take chances on shows like these given how recent it came out.
                              Altair: A Record of Battles - Aniplex, though it's not a show that has the kind of marketing potential that they like.
                              Onihei - Nobody, Just an uninteresting show with little appeal.
                              Saekano Flat - Aniplex, since they released the first season but they don't license anything that they have no say in the streaming rights.
                              Re:Creators - Aniplex, since they promoted this show and it has great market potential, but again Aniplex has no say on the streaming rights.
                              Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul - Funimation, They released Genesis and were poised to get Virgin Soul until it was put on the Animeism block and Amazon made a deal for the block's streaming rights.
                              Welcome to the Ballroom - Pony Canyon, though they don't seem to be too interested in getting a release out.
                              Lights of the Clione - Nobody, As shorts generally don't get home video releases.
                              Yuki Yuna is a Hero season 2 - Pony Canyon, though as mentioned before there's no interest or urgency shown.
                              Inuyashiki - Crunchyroll, Somebody is going to release this on home video when the time comes.
                              After the Rain - Sentai, It's well-received that somebody will release it, and Sentai is the most willing for a show like this.
                              Beatless - Funimation, It's their kind of show, and having released works by this artist has them motivated to put it out.
                              Killing Bites - Crunchyroll, While the Animeism deal overrides CR's partnership with NBCU for streaming, it's a different matter with home video.
                              Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku - Sentai, It's their kind of show, but it's hard to tell with Aniplex possibly calling the shots.
                              Magical Girl Site - Nobody, I just don't see anybody getting this.
                              Banana Fish - Viz, This one is a tough call, but somehow somebody will end up with it. Aniplex appears to have the first right of refusal, but Viz showed a lot of enthusiasm for this show seeing that they are reprinting the manga. I'm going with Viz on this because of that.
                              Seven Senses of the Re'Union - Funimation, This one is a tough call, but it fits Funimation's profile the best.
                              Dropkick on My Devil - Sentai
                              Happy Sugar Life - Sentai
                              Grand Blue Dreaming - Crunchyroll, For the same aforementioned reason with NBCU
                              Boarding School Juliet - Funimation
                              Iroduku: The World in Colors - Sentai
                              Karakuri Circus - Sentai
                              Dororo - Funimation
                              Kemurikusa - Nobody

                              A lot of these predictions are pretty shaky seeing that I don't know how home video distribution will be handled for Crunchyroll now that their relationship is no more, all while there's Aniplex playing hardball with their shows not giving anybody other than Aniplex of America to release home video for their shows, all while Pony Canyon has announced the licenses for Ballroom and YYY, but they haven't been active in the home video lately, all while they have been giving their recent licenses to other companies.
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                              Watching: Gate, Mitsuboshi Colors, Snow White with the Red Hair, Ghost Hound, Toonami Stuff
                              Simulcasts: FTL, KYB, FRB, MIX, FIL, MTI, DUN, ALS, COP, DRS, IDD, FSN-LE, VLS, MMZ, GIV, HES, HDB, AKO, NHG, RST, SND, PKC
                              The only thing better than anime is sports. Get hit hard and you got JACKED UP! Or else it's a C'mon Man!

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                              • These are my personal assumptions:

                                2016:
                                Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: Crunchyroll (Confirmed)
                                BATTERY: No release
                                The Great Passage: Sentai Filmworks, with a release ahead of Run With the Wind
                                ViVid Strike: Strong doubts on it getting picked up for home video, but Sentai or Discotek if it does

                                2017:
                                Scum's Wish: Sentai Filmworks (Confirmed)
                                Onihei: Discotek
                                Saekano flat: No release. Part of me thinks Aniplex of America can't release any Amazon-exclusive properties they're involved with themselves.
                                ReCreators: Crunchyroll or Funimation. Both have strong ties to ABC Animation, Funimation is also now a corporate cousin of Aniplex. As to whether or not that plays a factor, I guess we'll probably find out soon.
                                Rage of Bahamut Virgin Soul: Funimation. Rule of incumbency in effect.
                                DIVE!!: Sentai Filmworks (Confirmed)
                                Welcome to the Ballroom: See Saekano flat with Ponycan subbing for Aniplex.
                                Altair A Record of Battles: Funimation. See ReCreators with Kodansha subbing for ABC.
                                Lights of the Clione: Discotek, if anyone.
                                Yuki Yuna is a Hero s2: Sentai Filmworks.
                                INUYASHIKI LAST HERO: Funimation. Under ordinary circumstances I'd say Sentai because of the Rule of Incumbency given noitaminA, but since the show references several manga whose anime are licensed by Funimation (Attack on Titan, One Piece and Gantz), I give the point to them.

                                2018:
                                Kokkoku Moment to Moment: Sentai Filmworks (Confirmed)

                                After the Rain: Sentai Filmworks
                                Beatless: Crunchyroll
                                Killing Bites: Sentai Filmworks
                                Wotakoi: Funimation. See Altair.
                                Magical Girl Site: Crunchyroll
                                Banana Fish: Funimation. This one's a tough call, but Funimation is getting my point due to the show's marketable staff connection to Free.
                                Seven Senses of the Reunion: No release.
                                Happy Sugar Life: Sentai Filmworks
                                Grand Blue Dreaming: Sentai Filmworks
                                Boarding School Juliet: Funimation
                                Irodoku: Tossup. Hard to tell with this one. Feels like a Sentai pickup, but I don't know how competitive they'll be with post-Anime Strike shows given their supposed fallout with Amazon
                                Karakuri Circus: Tossup. Feels like a no-brainer for Sentai given Ushio & Tora as well as being the only company on the board for Amazon/Twin Engine pickups right now, but I'm gonna go with Funimation or Viz for it due to the aforementioned fallout.

                                2019 and Beyond:
                                Dororo: Funimation
                                Kemurikusa: Discotek
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                                Vinland Saga: Funimation
                                Pet: Sentai Filmworks
                                Babylon: Tossup

                                If we're being honest, I see many of the Amazon exclusives as "No Release" titles just because of how hard it'd be for traditional companies who are now pivoting hard into streaming to justify picking up a show they can't have on their service, possibly ever. It'd have to be stuff that leaves a strong impression, or have strong connections to something that's already a hit. Potential windfall for Discotek though.
                                Last edited by Rootsofjustice; 03-15-2019, 02:12 PM.

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