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Old 2009-11-16, 23:49   Link #2761
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just wondering if anyone here can help me but ive just started to read the Kaze no Stigma light novels and im wanting to watch the series. has the complete series been released on DVD in english yet?
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Old 2009-11-16, 23:58   Link #2762
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The answer would be yes

and I still haven't bought it yet either...
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Old 2009-11-16, 23:59   Link #2763
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just wondering if anyone here can help me but ive just started to read the Kaze no Stigma light novels and im wanting to watch the series. has the complete series been released on DVD in english yet?
Yes, since I own the series I can confirm that; the last release was released a couple of months ago.

Unfortunately, the novels will never be completed since the author passed away. The novels have a darker tone way higher than the anime, especially the portrayal of Kazuma; the way he's portrayed in the novels makes you think the character in the anime is a different guy.
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Old 2009-11-17, 01:30   Link #2764
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Yes, since I own the series I can confirm that; the last release was released a couple of months ago.

Unfortunately, the novels will never be completed since the author passed away. The novels have a darker tone way higher than the anime, especially the portrayal of Kazuma; the way he's portrayed in the novels makes you think the character in the anime is a different guy.
i heard about the author and am gutted by it because its a great series. where did you buy the series from?
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Old 2009-11-20, 14:32   Link #2765
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Yes, since I own the series I can confirm that; the last release was released a couple of months ago.

Unfortunately, the novels will never be completed since the author passed away. The novels have a darker tone way higher than the anime, especially the portrayal of Kazuma; the way he's portrayed in the novels makes you think the character in the anime is a different guy.
At this point only hope that even incomplete it gets picked up again or the novels get brought over. Even incomplete its better to find out more of the story.
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Old 2009-11-21, 02:17   Link #2766
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The author passed away? That sucks. Seems the series that have great potential always get shafted by real life. Just like Trinity Blood. Oh my God now I'm getting depressed.... T_T
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Old 2009-12-03, 14:30   Link #2767
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I loved Kaze no Stigma...what will hapen is it now in limbo? did the auther release some notes on how he wished to end the series?

I just found out about all this and I am crushed
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Old 2009-12-03, 19:32   Link #2768
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DAMN

I loved Kaze no Stigma...what will hapen is it now in limbo? did the auther release some notes on how he wished to end the series?

I just found out about all this and I am crushed
Yeah I can understand how you feel there. It's definitely sad to hear when something like this happens. I'm not really sure what will happen. It'd be nice if at least they animated what is left of the novels. Otherwise I'm not sure.
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Old 2009-12-20, 21:13   Link #2769
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just finished watching this series and i have to say that it was one of the best i have ever seen. i really hope we can somehow get some new original material.
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Old 2010-06-07, 15:55   Link #2770
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hmmmm, i hoped for over 2 years for KnS 2nd season or the novels to be translated,
is there some1 who can tell me what happens in the novels after the anime? i am mostly interested in the kazuma/ayano relationship^^ and if some1 knows where to find volume 3,4,5 or 6 in english then send me a message plz
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Old 2012-06-14, 04:32   Link #2771
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i agree, this series did indeed have potential. it's a shame that the writer passed away. i actually enjoyed the anime and would have loved to read the light novels if only they were completed.
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Old 2012-10-15, 05:31   Link #2772
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^ Anymore news about the novels?
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Old 2012-10-15, 08:12   Link #2773
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^ Anymore news about the novels?
Why are you expecting more news about the novels given that the novelist is dead? (If I sound sarcastic, I apologize. I'm genuinely curious.)
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Old 2012-10-16, 14:50   Link #2774
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With the author being dead for three years now and no news, it's safe to say that KnS will never see a conclusion. On the other hand, the last WoT novel is coming out in January (five and a half years after the author died), so there's at least some consolation on the "unfinished series of dead authors" front.
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Old 2012-10-16, 15:12   Link #2775
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With the author being dead for three years now and no news, it's safe to say that KnS will never see a conclusion. On the other hand, the last WoT novel is coming out in January (five and a half years after the author died), so there's at least some consolation on the "unfinished series of dead authors" front.
i am pretty sure WoT made a ton more money then KnS and that the WoT author also left a lot of notes on how to finish the series.
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Old 2012-10-17, 04:26   Link #2776
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what's WoT?
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Old 2012-10-17, 15:02   Link #2777
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Wheel of Time, probably.
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Old 2013-01-09, 14:49   Link #2778
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I hate fanservice. I watched the 24 chaps, and i think it would be the same without "that scenes"...just saying...
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Old 2013-01-09, 16:53   Link #2779
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can some author just finish it already....
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Old 2013-01-09, 17:10   Link #2780
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I haven't read the novel, but i watched the anime and it's epic, and i heard that novel has a darker tone, which is quite good because the anime was too mild. And also there are some possibilities:
1. I heard that writer of Trinity Blood also died and some other author continued his work.
2.Like the manga Itazura na Kiss where the mangaka died before completion, manga was never finished, but an anime was made that completed the story, her husband helped in the making. If there was someone who was close to the author he could also help in a new anime, but that is my wishful thinking. But still this anime was epic, and always will be epic, i don't know about the novel though.

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