ITT: series you would buy if they were licensed.
"Buy?" is that another term for steal?
Don't get me wrong, I never buy anime, but Kaiji I would buy in heartbeat.
it's easy to say that when you know it'll never come true
What would Kaiji Dub be like?
I'd buy Kemonozume!
I know ;_;
Akagi, Kaiji, Kemonozume, Bartender
ITT anime that will never get licensed.
Crispin Freeman and JYB would voice everyone
Vic Mignogna can be Andou
;_; I hate being a nichefag, nothing I like will ever get licensed.
Saves money at least. The only animu I own are movies.
More obscure 80's OVA.
Rosario + Vampire.
Cause it's SO stupidly funny.
It will probably be licensed sometime after it ends.
I would only buy the Kaiji dub if Steven Blum did the protagonist's voice
Wut? They wouldn't dub Kaiji, would they?
I think it's safe to say Fukumoto's works will never be licensed. The art style is just too damn weird for the "mainstream" audience, and bizarre/DEEP mindfuckery and the complexity and outlandishness of the gambles are just too weird for AMERIKKA.
Oh well. More Nose-stabbing goodness for us.
I buy nearly everything that I watched more than 2 episodes of on fansub. The one series that I want the most though is Higurashi Kai. And of course I want the first season to be finished as well. ;_;
Isn't everything dubbed on DVD releases?
Lesbians IN SPAAAACE.
Honestly, why isn't this already on DVD in the states?
No, not True Tears for instance.
Just a few days ago, we would have been putting this as anime that will never get licensed.
Kaiji's voice in the dubs would have to be done by a girl.
Yes, there is hope, fellow /a/nons.
why is there a dude in a sailor costume...
Nothing prevents you people from ordering the DVDs from Japan.
Why would you support stupid ass licensing companies anyway? Faggots are trying to make money from someone else's work.
Shimooon isn't dubbed
All the recent yuri titles which have had US releases are sub-only (Simoun, Kasimasi, and now Marimite)
Hm, so somewhat niche titles will not get dubbed?
If it makes the DVD price lower, this is a good thing. There is really no reason to watch dubs.
Why the hell wasn't Mind Game licensed? It could've been popular with mainstream western audiences since it's not all that animeish
A good percentage goes to the Japanese companies.
Plus its more convenient than importing 2 episodes around the price of $50 with added shipping costs.
It was shown on movie festivals, where it was well recieved.
No idea why it never got a proper DVD release.
>>It could've been popular with mainstream western audiences
What? I honestly don't think we watched the same movie. Or maybe we're not thinking about the same western mainstream.
Yeah, paying for DVD's with a lower episode count at a higher sticker price with added importing costs is *such* a good idea, and the R1 companies are *so* evil for trying to make anime both affordable and accessible to English-speaking audiences.
That's a dyke, not a dude. Learn the difference.
Akagi and Kaiji on DVD.
Bartender of Blu-Ray.