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Old 2008-03-28, 04:26   Link #161
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how about Hayate no gotoku, is it a Geneon's?
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Old 2008-03-28, 04:54   Link #162
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Nanoha has been completely dubbed, info from personal contact who knows the VA for nanoha.

Whether the dub ever gets released is still completely unknown.
Does that mean the entire series is dubbed or just vol1? When I said earlier stages of production I meant there hadn't been any releases. Relatively speaking, completion of one DVD puts it at just a little past the quarter mark. Oh well, let someone pick it up soon.
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Old 2008-03-28, 08:52   Link #163
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Does that mean the entire series is dubbed or just vol1? When I said earlier stages of production I meant there hadn't been any releases. Relatively speaking, completion of one DVD puts it at just a little past the quarter mark. Oh well, let someone pick it up soon.
If it's complete then the whole thing has been dubbed (remember that geneon only licensed the first 2 seasons which are only 13 episodes each and considering the length of time it's been since the license was announced would mean that the whole thing has been dubbed)

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how about Hayate no gotoku, is it a Geneon's?
You have just earned a facepalm (why ask about a series that hasn't even been licensed yet)
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Old 2008-03-28, 10:19   Link #164
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That's good to hear. If it's read to go it will hopefully increase the chances of another company picking it up. It would be a shame if they put all that work in and it never sees a release though...
Yeah, since I have only seen strikers & I've been waiting for months now for these to e released.
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Old 2008-03-28, 10:26   Link #165
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Old 2008-03-28, 10:40   Link #166
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Do you know who'll be dubbing it or that's a secret?
I didn't hear which dubbing studio, but the cast lists on animenewsnetwork's encyclopedia are correct, as far as I the roles I personally know.

Furthermore, it looks pretty probable that Media Blasters will be releasing it, as John Sirebella (head of MB) posted a hint that he had 2 of the ex-geneon series yet unannouced and those were ones that had not been started yet by Geneon (which narrows the possibilities considerably... Probably Nanoha and one other)
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Old 2008-03-28, 11:08   Link #167
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I didn't hear which dubbing studio, but the cast lists on animenewsnetwork's encyclopedia are correct, as far as I the roles I personally know.

Furthermore, it looks pretty probable that Media Blasters will be releasing it, as John Sirebella (head of MB) posted a hint that he had 2 of the ex-geneon series yet unannouced and those were ones that had not been started yet by Geneon (which narrows the possibilities considerably... Probably Nanoha and one other)
Well then, looks like I'll make a trip to that Nanoha sub-forum!
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Old 2008-03-28, 11:15   Link #168
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how about Hayate no gotoku, is it a Geneon's?
Hayate No gotoku is just licensed today by shogakukan so I guess its not..but ITS LICENSED NOW T_T
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Old 2008-03-28, 11:36   Link #169
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Hayate No gotoku is just licensed today by shogakukan so I guess its not..but ITS LICENSED NOW T_T
Could you link to this because it hasn't yet been confirmed or reported on the usual sites.

Plus, it's rather off-topic to this thread isn't it.
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Old 2008-03-28, 11:54   Link #170
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I didn't hear which dubbing studio, but the cast lists on animenewsnetwork's encyclopedia are correct, as far as I the roles I personally know.

Furthermore, it looks pretty probable that Media Blasters will be releasing it, as John Sirebella (head of MB) posted a hint that he had 2 of the ex-geneon series yet unannouced and those were ones that had not been started yet by Geneon (which narrows the possibilities considerably... Probably Nanoha and one other)
I had heard MB got it early on but then recently i heard Fumi has Nanoha.
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Old 2008-03-28, 11:54   Link #171
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John Sirebella (head of MB) posted a hint that he had 2 of the ex-geneon series yet unannouced and those were ones that had not been started yet by Geneon (which narrows the possibilities considerably... Probably Nanoha and one other)
The talk in the Seirei no Moribito thread is that SnM is the other series.
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Old 2008-03-28, 13:50   Link #172
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The talk in the Seirei no Moribito thread is that SnM is the other series.
Nope... John mentioned the "two more" in the same thread he dropped the SnM hint over at animeondvd's forums, AFTER he revealed that license.

So he has 2 more IN ADDITION to Seirei no Moribito...

The post is here:

http://www.animeondvd.com/forum/show...p?post/687159/
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Old 2008-03-28, 13:59   Link #173
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His comment on partially released titles surprises me. I thought Geneon was a victim of corporate BS due to slumping (but by no means tragic) profits.
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Old 2008-03-28, 14:06   Link #174
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His comment on partially released titles surprises me. I thought Geneon was a victim of corporate BS due to slumping (but by no means tragic) profits.
They are, but even corporate BS still is overridden by possible money making... Dentsu is sitting on rights to things that it has no plans to release itself. It's easy money to sell them off cheap to someone else to finish, and at least they recoup some losses.

It's surprising that the unfinished series haven't been sold yet, to me. Probably just long negotiations since there's issues to be resolved with re-releasing the earlier volumes, box-set rights, etc...
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Old 2008-03-28, 14:13   Link #175
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Could you link to this because it hasn't yet been confirmed or reported on the usual sites.

Plus, it's rather off-topic to this thread isn't it.
I think he got it from Crunchy Roll, which seems to have pulled the series due to it being "licensed".

http://www.crunchyroll.com/series-27...no-Gotoku.html

it says "licensed by Shogakugan productions"

considering that shogakugan is a japanese company that produced the show, I think that they requested it be taken off crunchy-roll but it's not "licensed" in R1.

P.S. the comments REALLY piss me off. "The companies that did this must DIE!!" etc... "One more anime gone!" ...
sure you get a little bit of that here, but nothing like the vitriol on cr when something is pulled.
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Old 2008-03-28, 16:04   Link #176
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Though apparently C&D letters to Crunchyroll have been beating announcements (as mentioned at AB). It might be the case of the US company going to the Japanese company and saying 'You do it, we don't want to leak this'.

And I'd guess the reason it is taking so long is Dentsu is trying to recoup as much of their costs as possible and not trying to just give away their properties which do have value. They are probably trying to dump some of the larger properties (Black Lagoon, Hellsing Ultimate) together with some of their lesser properties that weren't finished (Law of Ueki).
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Old 2008-03-28, 16:21   Link #177
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I wonder if other potential licensors share Sirabella's opinion that he only wants series that have not yet been released. I can understand not wanting to become responsible for someone else's product, but I wonder what that means for shows like Saiunkoku Monogatari which have only one or two DVDs released.

Also I recall that the first wave of take-down notices sent to YouTube actually came from the association that represents Japanese composers and musicians. I think the profusion of anime music videos was the stimulus in that case, but I can see the same groups objecting to the hosting of anime episodes on similar grounds.
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Old 2008-03-28, 16:45   Link #178
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Not really sounding hopeful for partially released Geneon titles at the moment, is it?
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Old 2008-03-28, 16:47   Link #179
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I wonder if other potential licensors share Sirabella's opinion that he only wants series that have not yet been released. I can understand not wanting to become responsible for someone else's product, but I wonder what that means for shows like Saiunkoku Monogatari
which have only one or two DVDs released.
Also I recall that the first wave of take-down notices sent to YouTube actually came from the association that represents Japanese composers and musicians. I think the profusion of anime music videos was the stimulus in that case, but I can see the same groups objecting to the hosting of anime episodes on similar grounds.

I like Saiunkoku but it was a show that should never have been license. Licensing shows like Saiunkoku is how genon got the way they are today. Unless it is package with a more popular show or sold at a very low cost i doubt any company will want it.
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Old 2008-03-28, 19:06   Link #180
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I like Saiunkoku but it was a show that should never have been license. Licensing shows like Saiunkoku is how genon got the way they are today. Unless it is package with a more popular show or sold at a very low cost i doubt any company will want it.
We don't know what Geneon paid. We don't know how many discs geneon had sold of the first volumes. There are too many unknowns to even say whether that statement is even accurate. Geneon staff did claim they were hitting targets on almost all series.
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