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Wow, the twitter PR guy for Viz is a cheeky bastard.
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Why are you mad?
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>>101522360
I'm not mad. I think it's funny as hell, actually.

It's just not something you expect from a company's official twitter account.
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>>101522360
Not mad, pretty damn amused actually.

It's just surprising to see shit talk on a company's official twitter.
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>>101524827
Serves FUNimation right for being fucktards. I mean I know, >buying anime and all, but it's 2014 and there is no in-print way to own all of DBZ uncut, and in 4:3. How fucking hard is it?
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>>101525155
>there is no in-print way to own all of DBZ uncut, and in 4:3.

Didn't Funimation release the Dragon Boxes a little while back?
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>>101525578
>in-print
Go search eBay for Dragon Box 2. You'll see what I mean.
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>>101525675
Ah.

Well, blame the casuals. It's a fact that 16:9 releases sell better. Combine that with the fact that Dragon Ball Z is by far Funimation's most popular franchise, and it's easy to see why they do things the way they do.



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