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Old 2011-02-22, 01:53   Link #21
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And I wonder how I could forget Kaizoku fansubs! Added them now
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Old 2011-02-22, 05:02   Link #22
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Hm, I find it mildly interesting that I've been involved (in some way or form) with five of the groups on that list. I wonder if anyone can beat me on that count
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Old 2011-02-22, 05:24   Link #23
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Didn't Central Anime do Cross Game as well?
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Old 2011-02-22, 07:09   Link #24
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You beat me as I have been involved with 3 of them.
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Old 2011-02-22, 08:12   Link #25
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Didn't Central Anime do Cross Game as well?
Yes, we did.
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Old 2011-02-27, 17:30   Link #26
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Looks like I forgot a show or two. ^^ I only remembered Oofuri and remasters. Should get my facts straight.
And talk about commitment from Kaizoku.
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Old 2011-03-21, 18:49   Link #27
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I miss ANBU being more active. They used to put out good subs!
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Old 2011-04-14, 17:02   Link #28
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Maybe when The-Triad keeps their promise and releases Kaiji Two, they'll get added to the list, yes?




Edit: Okay, they released, now they must be added on the list.

Last edited by Kokujin-kun; 2011-04-14 at 22:53. Reason: long awaited revival
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Old 2011-04-16, 14:25   Link #29
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I'd peg Doremi as pretty old. They've been active since August '05.
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Old 2011-06-03, 02:09   Link #30
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When August rolls around Doremi-fansubs will be 6 years old. And still churning out Ojamajo Doremi and Pretty Cure. I can't believe I've been doing this for so long...
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Old 2011-06-03, 04:48   Link #31
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When August rolls around Doremi-fansubs will be 6 years old. And still churning out Ojamajo Doremi and Pretty Cure. I can't believe I've been doing this for so long...
Has Doremi now done more Pretty Cure than my old group, Arienai?

We managed the first 2 seasons and 20 more episodes of Yes!, so that was about 115 eps.
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Old 2011-06-03, 08:05   Link #32
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Not yet. They have done 49+16 = 65 eps so far.
And thanks for those by the way.
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Old 2011-06-13, 02:36   Link #33
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I was going to say Anime-Keep, but it looks like they haven't released anything in over a year. That's a shame - I remember when they and ANBU were the premiere fansubbing groups. If either of them picked up a project, you got their version because it was generally the best.

Having contributed 2-3 years to the fansubbing scene during college, I have a lot of respect for those fansubbers who keep doing what they're doing. I ultimately burned out of the scene, and honestly can't imagine going back into it at this point in my life. It was a lot of fun, but in many ways it was a lot of work (and time) taken to putting out something to a lot of ungrateful people. (The few adoring fans generally made up for it XD )

So kudos to the old fansubbers who have been doing it for years, and I give a virtual nod of respect to the newer subbers who keep the fansub scene going.
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Old 2011-09-05, 18:43   Link #34
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We're number one now! Still going strong with at least one release a week!
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Old 2011-09-05, 18:43   Link #35
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Has Doremi now done more Pretty Cure than my old group, Arienai?

We managed the first 2 seasons and 20 more episodes of Yes!, so that was about 115 eps.
Getting there, now that half of Suite Precure is finished.

We also helped out with Curecom with around 20 or so episodes of Fresh Precure, so we've done around 100 Pretty Cure episodes.
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Old 2011-09-05, 20:38   Link #36
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I was part of a VHS fan-sub group way back when. 1994 I think I started. Only did a few originals though.

Is Central Anime still around? There was also Anime Central. One was in the mid-west (I think), run by Todd somebody, and the other in New York I believe by Andrew. So one is still around? That's crazy.

Anyone here ever used a LaserDisc, an Amiga, and a genlock? Oh, the good old days...

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I do this w/ a lot of my hobbies. The longest project I did was re-timed & editing Maison Ikkoku. 96 episodes, and it literally took about 2 years and a piece of my soul. I was glad when it was done though, even though it was fun. I still enjoy the series even though I don't keep up w/ Anime (to say the least).
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Old 2011-09-06, 16:40   Link #37
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I was part of a VHS fan-sub group way back when. 1994 I think I started. Only did a few originals though.

Is Central Anime still around? There was also Anime Central. One was in the mid-west (I think), run by Todd somebody, and the other in New York I believe by Andrew. So one is still around? That's crazy.

Anyone here ever used a LaserDisc, an Amiga, and a genlock? Oh, the good old days...
Yep, we're still around(Central Anime) and still run by me(Todd). My Amiga is what I time on, before transferring the script to my PC. If you're ever near Wichita, KS drop me a line via AnimeSuke.
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Old 2011-09-06, 19:29   Link #38
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Hi!

Yeah, I used a number of your timing scripts on my A1200 back in the day. You still time on that thing, huh? I guess old habits die hard? Glad to see you've kept up w/ the hobby. I've kind of fallen out of anime over the years... not a ton of time to watch much of what I want, unfortunately. Real life... all that. In fact, if I watch anything now it's generally stuff I liked back in the early 90's.

Never been to Kansas, but you never know whey you may wind up.

That still leaves the question: Andy Brewer still around? I remember him going to a good school (Brown or Columbia) so something tells me he's running a Fortune 500 somewhere...
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Old 2011-09-07, 00:17   Link #39
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Hi!

Yeah, I used a number of your timing scripts on my A1200 back in the day. You still time on that thing, huh? I guess old habits die hard? Glad to see you've kept up w/ the hobby. I've kind of fallen out of anime over the years... not a ton of time to watch much of what I want, unfortunately. Real life... all that. In fact, if I watch anything now it's generally stuff I liked back in the early 90's.

Never been to Kansas, but you never know whey you may wind up.

That still leaves the question: Andy Brewer still around? I remember him going to a good school (Brown or Columbia) so something tells me he's running a Fortune 500 somewhere...
Yep - my super Amiga 600. Heavily modified.

I think I've Andy's his name on some Bandai translations.
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Old 2011-09-07, 23:27   Link #40
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How cow you guys timed Ookiku on an Amiga???
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