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Old 2006-02-08, 20:13   Link #1
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Mai Hime/ Otome possibly shown outside Japan?

See, I come from a far-south(okay maybe not too far) country, The Phillipine Republic, and am concerned that Mai Hime series might not reach here.... Do you think there is any possibility it might be aired outside Japan ?
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Old 2006-02-08, 20:26   Link #2
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The whole Mai HiME has already been aired in Hong Kong - on cable at least.
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Old 2006-02-08, 22:19   Link #3
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whoa really?! I know the mainland of china would never air it...><
since they hate japanese stuff so much...or do they rly?! *ebil laugh*

and I dont think they would air it in North America unless its translated and all fixed, tsk tsk no yuri no loli no shiho XD
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Old 2006-02-09, 00:49   Link #4
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See, I come from a far-south(okay maybe not too far) country, The Phillipine Republic, and am concerned that Mai Hime series might not reach here.... Do you think there is any possibility it might be aired outside Japan ?
There is a possibility I guess, since Hero TV is showing gundam, and naruto. Expect it to be in Filipino though.
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Old 2006-02-09, 01:26   Link #5
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The whole Mai HiME has already been aired in Hong Kong - on cable at least.
Really?! I've been looking for that. Do you know what they called the series and whether it was dubbed in Cantonese? I really want to hear the Cantonese dub but I can't seem to find any releases of the dub on VCD or DVD. Argh! So frustrating! If only I lived there again.

Please tell me everything and anything you know about Hong Kong Mai HiME!
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Old 2006-02-09, 02:09   Link #6
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Mai HiME have allready been bought by Bandai Entertainment ... and its comming as DVD (the first 4 episodes) here in the end of next month so ... both with sub and dub as far as i'm aware
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Old 2006-02-09, 06:34   Link #7
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its not comming to the Netherlands thats for sure XD

since we dont even have anime on our tv station, just lam old kiddy shows from USA and Canada
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Old 2006-02-09, 08:16   Link #8
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... The manga of Mai HIME is published... Today in France... If it will become famous maybe they will release the DVD?!
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Old 2006-02-09, 09:00   Link #9
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So do you think that Mai-HiME books will be published in the us and canada? Tho i'm mostly looking for those angthology books right now
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Old 2006-02-09, 14:13   Link #10
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... The manga of Mai HIME is published... Today in France... If it will become famous maybe they will release the DVD?!

It could happen since it's Beez who got the rights
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Old 2006-02-09, 17:59   Link #11
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There is a possibility I guess, since Hero TV is showing gundam, and naruto. Expect it to be in Filipino though.
I mean in the local air not cable...

I hate how our MTRCB pulls out the good stuff....
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Old 2006-02-10, 18:20   Link #12
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Mai HiME have allready been bought by Bandai Entertainment ... and its comming as DVD (the first 4 episodes) here in the end of next month so ... both with sub and dub as far as i'm aware
where do u live? im in the usa and i checked band-ent website and i cant find a release date for MH.


EDIT: nm i answered my own question. according to bestbuy.com (My Hime) is gonna be released 3/28/2006
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....uct&id=1511130
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Old 2006-02-13, 00:01   Link #13
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I mean in the local air not cable...

I hate how our MTRCB pulls out the good stuff....
That I do not know. Never watched anime on local TV. However, i do recall that a network picked up Full Metal Panic and Fumoffu before. Never knew how that turned out, but maybe there's a chance for Mai Hime. I do think they'd get bleach first though, seeing everyone hooked on naruto.

On a side note, do you know where i can find original DVDs around here?
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Old 2006-02-13, 00:50   Link #14
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That I do not know. Never watched anime on local TV. However, i do recall that a network picked up Full Metal Panic and Fumoffu before. Never knew how that turned out, but maybe there's a chance for Mai Hime. I do think they'd get bleach first though, seeing everyone hooked on naruto.

On a side note, do you know where i can find original DVDs around here?
What do you mean by "where"? If you're in the Phillippines....

Manila:
1. SM MegaMall: nice place to start is at Comic Alley
2. SM North Edsa: Oldest SM Mall here in the country
3. Green Hills: A place where they drop off electronic gadgets (Warning: Some of the stuff here are rumored to be smuggled... I'm open to the topic since I'm the one who did all the research and documentaries about the place since first year college...)

*Back to the topic*

Okay... so all that's to be done is to wait for Naruto to get replayed again.... Yakitake was obtained by ABS recently (rumored to be through fansubs...)

*edited a day later*

Wah! the replayed Naruto! Now to pray for Mai Hime *prays like mad*

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Old 2006-02-16, 10:24   Link #15
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Nah, in malaysia not even the manga was published.

For the mai hime show to reach here would be a dream.
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Old 2006-02-16, 10:35   Link #16
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It could happen since it's Beez who got the rights
Considering that Beez is releasing the show in both UK and Germany I would say the chance are pretty high its going to be released in France as well.

In the Netherlands, I'm hoping Nekotachi Entertainment picks it up. Doesn't seem likely though as the Dutch anime market collapsed and either people don't know they can buy the DVDs, import or simply download anime instead.
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