History NoExportForYou / AnimeAndManga

28th Sep '16 4:52:33 AM Cavery210
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* Classic manga in general. Except for some Creator/OsamuTezuka and Dragon Ball manga, there's no market for classic manga in the USA. It doesn't matter how big a manga is in Japan; if it's older than twenty years it almost certainly won't get released stateside.

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* Classic manga in general. Except for some Creator/OsamuTezuka of Creator/OsamuTezuka's works and Dragon Ball manga, Ball, there's no market for classic manga in the USA. It doesn't matter how big a manga is in Japan; if it's older than twenty years it almost certainly won't get released stateside.
28th Sep '16 4:52:02 AM Cavery210
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* Classic manga in general. Except for some Creator/OsamuTezuka manga, there's no market for classic manga in the USA. It doesn't matter how big a manga is in Japan; if it's older than twenty years it almost certainly won't get released stateside.

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* Classic manga in general. Except for some Creator/OsamuTezuka and Dragon Ball manga, there's no market for classic manga in the USA. It doesn't matter how big a manga is in Japan; if it's older than twenty years it almost certainly won't get released stateside.
17th Sep '16 6:12:55 PM DENelson83
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However, Viz's all-encompassing home video license only applies to the United States and Canada, thus unintentionally shafting UK fans ([[Creator/MadmanEntertainment Madman]] has the license in AUS/NZ). Viz does stream the series... on the Hulu-affiliated Neon Alley... which is blocked in Canada. Understandably, Canadian and British fans were ''enraged'' Luckily, on July 15, 2016, Viz suddenly started streaming the show to Canada through a streaming site called Tubi TV. But at the moment, it currently lacks the new dub that's on home video. Now the UK is the last one still not getting the show again.

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However, Viz's all-encompassing home video license only applies to the United States and Canada, thus unintentionally shafting UK fans ([[Creator/MadmanEntertainment Madman]] has the license in AUS/NZ). Viz does stream the series... on the Hulu-affiliated Neon Alley... which is blocked in Canada. Understandably, Canadian and British fans were ''enraged'' ''enraged''. Luckily, on July 15, 2016, Viz suddenly started streaming the show to Canada through a streaming site called Tubi TV. But at the moment, it currently lacks the new dub that's on home video. Now the UK is the last one still not getting the show again.
15th Sep '16 6:34:18 AM MarcoPolo250
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However, Viz's all-encompassing home video license only applies to the United States and Canada, thus unintentionally shafting UK fans ([[Creator/MadmanEntertainment Madman]] has the license in AUS/NZ). Viz does stream the series... on the Hulu-affiliated Neon Alley... which is blocked in Canada. Understandably, Canadian and British fans are ''enraged''... at least until July 15, 2016, when Viz suddenly started streaming the show to Canada through a site called Tubi TV. But at the moment, it currently lacks the new dub that's on home video. Now the UK is the last one still not getting the show again.

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However, Viz's all-encompassing home video license only applies to the United States and Canada, thus unintentionally shafting UK fans ([[Creator/MadmanEntertainment Madman]] has the license in AUS/NZ). Viz does stream the series... on the Hulu-affiliated Neon Alley... which is blocked in Canada. Understandably, Canadian and British fans are ''enraged''... at least until were ''enraged'' Luckily, on July 15, 2016, when Viz suddenly started streaming the show to Canada through a streaming site called Tubi TV. But at the moment, it currently lacks the new dub that's on home video. Now the UK is the last one still not getting the show again.
12th Sep '16 7:57:17 AM BulletproofLlama
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** As of current ''Anime/DigimonAdventureTri'' is now streaming on Crunchyroll uncut, and will get a US theatrical release in the US, except this one uses [[BadExportForYou elements from edited dub of the show though (So don't expect the new version of "Brave Heart" on this theatrical version release, us fans)]]. V-Tamer? Still no word yet on when it'll come out.

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** As of current ''Anime/DigimonAdventureTri'' is now streaming on Crunchyroll uncut, and will get a US theatrical release in the US, except this one uses [[BadExportForYou elements from the edited dub of the show though (So don't expect the new version of "Brave Heart" on this theatrical version release, us US fans)]]. Though on the plus side, some of the original US cast will be reprising their roles.
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V-Tamer? Still no word yet on when it'll come out.
7th Sep '16 7:50:36 PM quackytrope
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** It's even worse for older manga that are also LongRunners still being published to this day. For example ''Manga/Kochikame''; ubiquitous in its country of origin, all but ''impossible'' to find anywhere else, including the internet.

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** It's even worse for older manga that are also LongRunners still being published to this day. For example ''Manga/Kochikame''; ''Manga/{{Kochikame}}''; ubiquitous in its country of origin, all but ''impossible'' to find anywhere else, including the internet.
7th Sep '16 7:50:06 PM quackytrope
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** It's even worse for older manga that are also LongRunners still being published to this day. For example ''Manga/Kochikame''; ubiquitous in its country of origin, virtually ''impossible'' to find anywhere else, including the internet.

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** It's even worse for older manga that are also LongRunners still being published to this day. For example ''Manga/Kochikame''; ubiquitous in its country of origin, virtually all but ''impossible'' to find anywhere else, including the internet.
7th Sep '16 7:49:40 PM quackytrope
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** It's even worse for older manga that are also LongRunners still being published to this day. For example ''Manga/Kochikame''; ubiquitous in its country of origin, virtually ''impossible'' to find anywhere else, including the internet.
6th Sep '16 4:04:28 PM AreYouTyler
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** Also averted when Creator/CartoonNetwork picked up ''Anime/YoKaiWatch'' in 2016.
19th Aug '16 6:49:49 PM arnoldmcguire335
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However, Viz's all-encompassing home video license only applies to the United States and Canada, thus unintentionally shafting UK fans ([[Creator/MadmanEntertainment Madman]] has the license in AUS/NZ). Viz does stream the series... on the Hulu-affiliated Neon Alley... which is blocked in Canada. Understandably, Canadian and British fans are ''enraged''.

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However, Viz's all-encompassing home video license only applies to the United States and Canada, thus unintentionally shafting UK fans ([[Creator/MadmanEntertainment Madman]] has the license in AUS/NZ). Viz does stream the series... on the Hulu-affiliated Neon Alley... which is blocked in Canada. Understandably, Canadian and British fans are ''enraged''.''enraged''... at least until July 15, 2016, when Viz suddenly started streaming the show to Canada through a site called Tubi TV. But at the moment, it currently lacks the new dub that's on home video. Now the UK is the last one still not getting the show again.



** Ironically and perhaps hilariously, ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon'' has seen no export outside of Japan, aside from a short broadcast in Mexico.

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** Ironically and perhaps hilariously, ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon'' is the only last piece of Sailor Moon on television that has seen no export outside of Japan, aside from a short broadcast in Mexico.



** Also, Bandai has yet to export ''Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam'', as ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ ZZ]]'' and ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX X]]'' will finally get US subbed home releases in July 2016 (''X'' only gets it on DVD because Blu-Rays for the show don't exist yet in Japan).



** Even though ''Victory'' and ''ZZ'' finally get Blu-Ray releases in the US, sadly, ''X'' has [[BadExportForYou no Blu-Ray release and is stuck on DVD there]] because Blu-Rays for the show don't exist yet in Japan. Maybe someday...



** There is also currently no word on whether ''Anime/DigimonAdventureTri'' will be distributed outside of Japan. Tenya Habuno did say it very likely would in 2015, hoping "V-Tamer" would finally be going out with it, but a year went by without confirmation from Bandai.

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** There is also currently no word on whether As of current ''Anime/DigimonAdventureTri'' is now streaming on Crunchyroll uncut, and will be distributed outside of Japan. Tenya Habuno did say it very likely would get a US theatrical release in 2015, hoping "V-Tamer" would finally be going out with it, but a year went by without confirmation the US, except this one uses [[BadExportForYou elements from Bandai.edited dub of the show though (So don't expect the new version of "Brave Heart" on this theatrical version release, us fans)]]. V-Tamer? Still no word yet on when it'll come out.



* Toy Car hobby-based anime like ''Manga/BakusouKyoudaiLetsandGo'' and ''Anime/CrushGearTurbo'' are this if you're not Asian, despite the fact that there's a English dub for both of them (The Filipino-English one for the former and a Asian-wide English dub for the latter which also aired in Australia).

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* Toy Car hobby-based anime like ''Manga/BakusouKyoudaiLetsandGo'' ''Manga/BakusouKyoudaiLetsAndGo'' and ''Anime/CrushGearTurbo'' are this if you're not Asian, despite the fact that there's a English dub for both of them (The Filipino-English one for the former and a Asian-wide English dub for the latter which also aired in Australia).
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