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11th Feb '16 10:42:33 AM mimitchi33
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** Saban has now licensed the series, according to an Italian fan. They also dubbed one of the series (which turns out to be ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'') under the name ''Glitter Force'', and it will have forty episodes, in a similar situation to the first season of Sailor Moon's original dub.
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** Saban has now licensed the series, according to an Italian fan. They also dubbed one of the series (which turns out to be ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'') ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'' under the name ''Glitter Force'', and it will have forty episodes, in a similar situation to the first season of Sailor Moon's original dub.

* ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'' has yet to air on the American Creator/DisneyXD or Creator/DisneyChannel. It was meant to air but they pulled it at the last minute to air ''WesternAnimation/RatedAForAwesome'' re-runs thanks to MoralGuardians complaining about the show's content. Although, with the relative success of the 2014 Manga/{{Doraemon}} airing, there may be a chance for anime on Disney after all. And boy they were right- ''Anime/YokaiWatch'' will air there in October 2015.
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* ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'' has yet to air on the American Creator/DisneyXD or Creator/DisneyChannel. It was meant to air but they pulled it at the last minute to air ''WesternAnimation/RatedAForAwesome'' re-runs thanks to MoralGuardians complaining about the show's content. Although, with the relative success of the 2014 Manga/{{Doraemon}} airing, there may be a chance for anime on Disney after all. And boy they were right- ''Anime/YokaiWatch'' will air began airing there in October 2015.of 2015, and was given unexpected treatment for an anime show on the channel by being promoted on every show, having frequent marathons, and airing promos for the show on other channels.
11th Feb '16 1:05:56 AM Laevatein
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Can't figure out a better place for this...
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* Discussed in ''WebVideo/IdolsOfAnime'' with Viga expressing frustration at series (especially pre-2000 ones) that either aren't translated (even as fansubs) or the translation stops halfway through.
4th Feb '16 11:21:08 AM TheRedRedKroovy
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* One of the most infamous recent examples is the manga series ''Kodomo No Jikan''[[note]] (don't bother trying to wick it; it automatically red-links; [[{{Squick}} there is a reason for that…]])[[/note]], about a little girl who has a crush on her teacher and decides to pursue him. It had a small but vocal fanbase in America, enough that Seven Seas decided to license the series under the title ''Nymphet'' after seeing the first volume. That's when the trouble started. The series also had a significant hatedom due to its content. Someone tipped off North America's two largest booksellers, which both refused to stock it. Seven Seas initially stood by their decision to publish the title. Then the ''later'' volumes came in… the direction the series took so thoroughly {{squick}}ed out the folks at Seven Seas that they immediately dropped the title and publicly apologized to everyone, stating they would rather not risk arrest of themselves or their customers.[[note]] For further context, the ''Nymphet'' debacle went down at around the same time as the Handley case – a random postal customs search of a box addressed to Iowa resident Christopher Handley turned up over a thousand Doujinshi, about a dozen of which had pornographic content of probably-underaged characters. He was arrested for violating the PROTECT Act, despite the fact that the Supreme Court had specifically struck down the part of the law that Handley ran afoul of. He was also charged with violating Iowa's obscenity laws. The second charge stuck, and Handley plead guilty rather than face trial, to the horror of free speech advocates, who felt the case could easily be thrown out on First Amendment grounds. ''[=KnJ=]'' starts out relatively innocuous, but by the later chapters it's basically softcore child porn, and could have potentially gotten Seven Seas in legal trouble.[[/note]]
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* One of the most infamous recent examples is the manga series ''Kodomo No Jikan''[[note]] (don't bother trying to wick it; [[Administrivia/PermanentRedLinkClub it automatically red-links; red-links]]. [[{{Squick}} there There is a reason for that…]])[[/note]], that.]])[[/note]], about a little girl who has a crush on her teacher and decides to pursue him. It had a small but vocal fanbase in America, enough that Seven Seas decided to license the series under the title ''Nymphet'' after seeing the first volume. That's when the trouble started. The series also had a significant hatedom due to its content. Someone tipped off North America's two largest booksellers, which both refused to stock it. Seven Seas initially stood by their decision to publish the title. Then the ''later'' volumes came in… the direction the series took so thoroughly {{squick}}ed out the folks at Seven Seas that they immediately dropped the title and publicly apologized to everyone, stating they would rather not risk arrest of themselves or their customers.[[note]] \\\ For further context, the ''Nymphet'' debacle went down at around the same time as the Handley case – a of ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_v._Handley United States v. Handley]]''. A random postal customs search of a box addressed to Iowa resident Christopher Handley turned up over a thousand Doujinshi, {{Doujinshi}}, about a dozen of which had pornographic content of probably-underaged characters. He was arrested for violating the PROTECT Act, despite the fact that the Act and Iowa's obscenity laws. The first charge didn't stick (the Supreme Court had specifically struck down the part section of the law PROTECT Act that Handley ran afoul of. He was also charged with violating Iowa's obscenity laws. The of), but the second charge stuck, did, and Handley plead pleaded guilty rather than face trial, to the horror of free speech advocates, who felt the case could could've easily be been thrown out on First Amendment grounds. ''[=KnJ=]'' starts out relatively innocuous, but by the later chapters it's basically softcore child porn, and could have potentially gotten Seven Seas in legal trouble.[[/note]]
3rd Feb '16 6:08:29 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'': So far it has only been exported to Taiwan and The Philippines. Due to value dissonance caused by it's audience alienating premise, it probably wouldn't be seeing an American or European release anytime soon.
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* ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'': So far it has only been exported to Taiwan and The Philippines. Due to value values dissonance caused by it's audience alienating premise, it probably wouldn't be seeing an American or European release anytime soon.
3rd Feb '16 6:08:16 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'': So far it has only been exported to Taiwan and The Philippines.
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* ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'': So far it has only been exported to Taiwan and The Philippines. Due to value dissonance caused by it's audience alienating premise, it probably wouldn't be seeing an American or European release anytime soon.
3rd Feb '16 6:06:24 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Tama And Friends'' only had 13 episodes dubbed into English. The rest of the episodes are hard to find.
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* ''Tama And Friends'' only had 13 episodes dubbed into English. The rest of the episodes are hard to find. And forget about the sequel- that one has only been exported to Asia and even at that it wasn't well liked due to the Genre Shift.

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* ''Tama And Friends'' ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'': So far it has only had 13 episodes dubbed into English. been exported to Taiwan and The rest of the episodes are hard to find.Philippines.
3rd Feb '16 3:24:02 PM bowserbros
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* For decades Japan has been running a ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' manga named "Super Mario-kun" but it's never been localized. It's probably for the best as, like the above mentioned ''Manga/PocketMonsters'', it's a wacky gag manga. Many western fans don't like it because of its characterization and humor anyway.
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* For decades Japan has been running a ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' manga named "Super Mario-kun" but it's never been localized. It's probably for the best as, like the above mentioned ''Manga/PocketMonsters'', it's a wacky gag manga. Many western fans don't like it because of its characterization and humor anyway. The only ''Super Mario-kun''-related material to ever make it to the West was a Mystery Mushroom costume of Mario's manga design in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker''.
16th Jan '16 3:48:17 AM lostbirdinatree
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* The 2 [=OVAs=] of ''Manga/ShouwaGenrokuRakugoShinjuu'' have yet to be released anywhere besides Japan, and the manga is only in Taiwan and Japan.
1st Jan '16 9:14:03 PM nombretomado
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** Saban has now licensed the series, according to an Italian fan. They also dubbed one of the series (which turns out to be ''SmilePrettyCure'') under the name ''Glitter Force'', and it will have forty episodes, in a similar situation to the first season of Sailor Moon's original dub.
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** Saban has now licensed the series, according to an Italian fan. They also dubbed one of the series (which turns out to be ''SmilePrettyCure'') ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'') under the name ''Glitter Force'', and it will have forty episodes, in a similar situation to the first season of Sailor Moon's original dub.
18th Dec '15 3:19:24 PM BulletproofLlama
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** Despite the issues mentioned above, Disney has now produced an American English dub. However, at this moment in time, it's only airing on the Southeast Asian branch of Disney XD.
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