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23rd May '16 8:28:26 PM Willbyr
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* When the ''Manga/HokutoNoKen'' anime was first brought to French TV, the executives thought it was just another shonen, and had no idea about the series' famous LudicrousGibs and YourHeadAsplode moments. What's more, the dubbers hated the themes ([[GodwinsLaw comparisons to Nazis were involved]]) to the point of making a completely nonsensical GagDub filled with snark and puns, something like an AbridgedSeries before its time.

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* When the ''Manga/HokutoNoKen'' ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' anime was first brought to French TV, the executives thought it was just another shonen, and had no idea about the series' famous LudicrousGibs and YourHeadAsplode moments. What's more, the dubbers hated the themes ([[GodwinsLaw comparisons to Nazis were involved]]) to the point of making a completely nonsensical GagDub filled with snark and puns, something like an AbridgedSeries before its time.
22nd May '16 9:04:44 AM Chabal2
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* The 2015 DVD release of the 2012 ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' anime has also fallen victim to this trope. Aside from not having a Blu-ray version (though dubbed episodes are available in HD on Amazon Video), this DVD features menus barely better than what WB did for movies in '''1997''' (see the header for Main/VanillaEdition for an example), and while it also has Japanese audio, the subtitles used are dubtitled, despite the fact that both the Crunchyroll stream and Japanese Blu-rays of season one (both offered by WB) have proper subtitles.

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* The 2015 DVD release of the 2012 ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' anime has also fallen victim to this trope. Aside from not having a Blu-ray version (though dubbed episodes are available in HD on Amazon Video), this DVD features menus barely better than what WB did for movies in '''1997''' (see the header for Main/VanillaEdition for an example), and while it also has Japanese audio, the subtitles used are dubtitled, despite the fact that both the Crunchyroll stream and Japanese Blu-rays of season one (both offered by WB) have proper subtitles.subtitles.
* When the ''Manga/HokutoNoKen'' anime was first brought to French TV, the executives thought it was just another shonen, and had no idea about the series' famous LudicrousGibs and YourHeadAsplode moments. What's more, the dubbers hated the themes ([[GodwinsLaw comparisons to Nazis were involved]]) to the point of making a completely nonsensical GagDub filled with snark and puns, something like an AbridgedSeries before its time.
24th Mar '16 1:09:18 PM Willbyr
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* [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] with OnePiece, Season Four was released on DVD in Japan (and several other places) in PanAndScan, but the eventual English Creator/{{FUNimation}} release was in un-cropped widescreen.

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* [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] {{Inverted|Trope}} with OnePiece, ''Manga/OnePiece''. Season Four was released on DVD in Japan (and several other places) in PanAndScan, but the eventual English Creator/{{FUNimation}} release was in un-cropped widescreen.
24th Mar '16 11:23:10 AM arisboch
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** So they punish legitimate importers who (probably) can't override DVD PGC codes, but not pirates. Good job!

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** So they punish legitimate importers who (probably) can't override DVD PGC codes, but not pirates. [[SarcasmMode Good job!job]]!
7th Mar '16 10:14:18 AM Pinokio
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* ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'' was released in the US as a censored version, a less censored version, and a more censored version with ''Street Fighter Anniversary Collection'', while the UK and Australia versions contained profanity but were still censored. An uncut version was released on DVD in the US and on Blu-ray in Europe.
1st Feb '16 8:06:15 PM Adept
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* Section23 is releasing ''Anime/TheAsylumSession'' Stateside this April... but only in a 2D subtitled version despite being made as a 3D Movie.

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* Section23 is releasing ''Anime/TheAsylumSession'' Stateside this April... but only in a 2D subtitled version despite being made as a 3D 3-D Movie.
1st Feb '16 8:05:20 PM Adept
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* Section23 is releasing ''Anime/TheAsylumSession'' Stateside this April... but only in a 2D subtitled version despite being made as a ThreeDMovie.

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* Section23 is releasing ''Anime/TheAsylumSession'' Stateside this April... but only in a 2D subtitled version despite being made as a ThreeDMovie.3D Movie.
23rd Jan '16 1:22:38 PM StFan
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* Creator/ToeiAnimation licensed ''Anime/SailorMoon'', subtitled, to Creator/{{ADV}} for about... ten minutes. The masters were so poor, many fans suspect that ADV was actually stuck using the old masters that Creator/DiC originally had to use to make the dub, and they did not give them episode 67 (no great loss, it was a pointless BeachEpisode that had no connection to the plotline, but still irksome on principle). This has been speculated as due to the desire to prevent reverse imports, but nobody really knows. It wouldn't be licensed again for another decade (Creator/VizMedia's re-release of the series will avoid the skipped episodes issue completely, having all 200 episodes (including the never released in America final season, Sailor Stars). As for the video quality, it also has its fair share of problems.

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* Creator/ToeiAnimation licensed ''Anime/SailorMoon'', subtitled, to Creator/{{ADV}} Creator/ADVFilms for about... ten minutes. The masters were so poor, many fans suspect that ADV was actually stuck using the old masters that Creator/DiC originally had to use to make the dub, and they did not give them episode 67 (no great loss, it was a pointless BeachEpisode that had no connection to the plotline, but still irksome on principle). This has been speculated as due to the desire to prevent reverse imports, but nobody really knows. It wouldn't be licensed again for another decade (Creator/VizMedia's re-release of the series will avoid the skipped episodes issue completely, having all 200 episodes (including the never released in America final season, Sailor Stars). As for the video quality, it also has its fair share of problems.
8th Jan '16 11:08:59 AM Willbyr
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* The US Blu-Ray of ''{{Kurokami}}'' [[http://www.mania.com/kurokami-bluray-explained_article_118809.html lacks a Japanese track.]] The Japanese licensor seems to be doing this to prevent reverse importation; Japan and the US have the same Blu-Ray region code.

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* The US Blu-Ray of ''{{Kurokami}}'' ''Manga/{{Kurokami}}'' [[http://www.mania.com/kurokami-bluray-explained_article_118809.html lacks a Japanese track.]] The Japanese licensor seems to be doing this to prevent reverse importation; Japan and the US have the same Blu-Ray region code.
5th Jan '16 1:53:28 PM Willbyr
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*** Some episodes on {{Digimon}}'s Australian DVD release were direct American TV rips complete with the FoxKids logo in the corner. Madman Entertainment explained that the materials for many of Saban's English dubbed episodes were lost, and that this was the only way to obtain them. Fans believed it... until New Video/Cinedigm's US release had perfectly clean masters for all episodes.

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*** ** Some episodes on {{Digimon}}'s ''Digimon'''s Australian DVD release were direct American TV rips complete with the FoxKids logo in the corner. Madman Entertainment explained that the materials for many of Saban's English dubbed episodes were lost, and that this was the only way to obtain them. Fans believed it... until New Video/Cinedigm's US release had perfectly clean masters for all episodes.
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