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Old 2006-08-16, 23:15   Link #41
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DVD Vol 7
Release Date: 2006-10-27
Episode 13, 65min (that's like the length of 2.5 normal episodes!)
plus a bunch of stuff... like the box to hold the complete dvd set... character poem cd... etc etc...
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Old 2006-08-18, 18:46   Link #42
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DVD Vol 7
Release Date: 2006-10-27
Episode 13, 65min (that's like the length of 2.5 normal episodes!)
plus a bunch of stuff... like the box to hold the complete dvd set... character poem cd... etc etc...
Wow! 65 minutes...very cool indeed. I can't wait!
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Old 2006-08-19, 01:18   Link #43
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Episode 13, 65min (that's like the length of 2.5 normal episodes!)
Well, keep in mind that that's the disc's total running time, which includes all the extras. And from the looks of things, the disc will include a lot of extras. So... I'd be more apt to assume that the episode will be roughly normal length (or maybe 30 minutes), but we'll see in a few months.
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Old 2006-08-22, 10:36   Link #44
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Old 2006-09-07, 04:22   Link #45
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Question!

What is Asuta's full name? I can't seem to find any part where they state his full name.

However, in episode 7 (at the beach), Jan Puu greeted everyone else, meeting for the first time. She called Asuta, "Asuta-rin". Then Asuta went on to comment that Jan Puu only called him by his last name. So that means Asuta is his last name?

This could call for a different view of the others' relationship with Asuta, considering that calling someone by their last name in Japan signifies a not so close relationship? Not too sure here..
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Old 2006-09-07, 19:51   Link #46
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Hm. His full name is Asuta Soro, but (correct me if im wrong) when written in Japanese his name is flipped (曽呂明日太 Soro Asuta) which would make his first name his last name as noted on Wikipedia. I could be totally wrong here so please forgive me if I am
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Old 2006-11-14, 15:12   Link #47
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I ave a question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The name is "Kashimashi" or "Kasimasi"?
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Old 2006-11-14, 16:24   Link #48
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Both are correct.
The older romanization of the sound for ”し” is "si" but the newer romanization is "shi" which accounts for the fact the actual sound is more "shi" like. The older romanization tried to keep all the sounds in a "two letter" format.

You will still see the older romanization in older text and some advertising and when people who learned their romaji ages ago write in it.

Watch the show opener and you'll see that the creators *spell* it "kasimasi".
Most people writing about the show have been trained in the newer romaji and will spell it "kashimashi".

To be anal.. the correct spelling is to use the hiragana, of course: かしまし。

Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the manga (see www.gomanga.com) and chosen to spell it "Kashmashi"
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Old 2007-02-25, 10:00   Link #49
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What extras is included with EP13 on the DVD?
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Old 2007-02-25, 10:43   Link #50
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Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the manga (see www.gomanga.com) and chosen to spell it "Kashmashi"
3 months late but I think you made a typo here, Seven Seas spell it "Kashimashi" (you mised the first "i"). But as you say, the important point is that both "si" and "shi" can be considered as correct.
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Old 2007-02-25, 14:09   Link #51
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Iv been wodering will there ever bee a english version of Kasimasi becouse subs is nice and all but it gives me headachs when i wach to much subs. Id rather be paying more attention to the visual detail of the story than have my eyes glued to the words that are coming acrost the screen.
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Old 2007-02-25, 14:34   Link #52
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Iv been wodering will there ever bee a english version of Kasimasi becouse subs is nice and all but it gives me headachs when i wach to much subs. Id rather be paying more attention to the visual detail of the story than have my eyes glued to the words that are coming acrost the screen.
Kashimashi has been licensed and the DVD (along with English subtitles and an English dub track) is due to be released during the year.

Kashimashi - Girl Meets Girl - Vol 1: Role Reversal
Release date 12th June 2007

DVDPacific $12.50 (the retail price is $19.95)
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Old 2007-02-25, 15:05   Link #53
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Thanks a lot man, For some reson this anime just seems to be one i like i lot im not sure why lol my fav used to be elfen lied but now im hooked on Kasi, and "This ugly yet beutiful world"

but thanks again
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Old 2007-02-25, 15:43   Link #54
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It may be premature but I notice that Amazon implies it may be sub only

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Format: Subtitled, NTSC
Language: Japanese
It would explain the lower price than normal.

Last edited by xris; 2007-02-25 at 15:55. Reason: Corrected typo, meant to say "sub" not "dub"
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Old 2007-02-25, 16:05   Link #55
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It may be premature but I notice that Amazon implies it may be sub only

It would explain the lower price than normal.
For that price, I don't think I'd mind it being sub-only. I guess they may have figured that adding a dub wouldn't really attract that many additional fans to the show. It would have been neat, of course, but I like all the original Japanese voices a lot. Hopefully the cheaper price point will convice fans from places like these (who generally don't care for dubs much) to support the show.
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Old 2007-03-04, 14:52   Link #56
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eek a typo...

yeah, I'm perfectly fine with the cost savings since dubs are usually a fail for me anyway. Much more likely to buy this now.
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Old 2007-03-20, 14:12   Link #57
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Old 2007-03-23, 03:23   Link #58
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About the Kashimashi vs Kasimasi thing: As they said earlier, both are correct. Kashimashi uses what I call the "phoenetic" spelling (I forget the official name), whereas Kasimasi is the "Hepburn" spelling. The Japanese themselves prefer using Hepburn style for romaji, whereas the foreign-speakers tend to prefer the phoenetic.
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Old 2007-05-20, 04:53   Link #59
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I have a Question...

I've got the OST, it's good, but alot of the songs I never heard before and can't remember hearing in the anime..

Whats up with that? Is it just me or are there new songs here?
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Old 2007-05-20, 17:23   Link #60
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Every series has songs that never get used in the series, what your hearing is probably one of them :P
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