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22nd May '16 11:19:03 PM GamerFromJump2
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## Third, there is a large slate of Marvel-based animation currently airing, including an Avengers show, and The Powers That Be are probably not going to have a second one on.
10th May '16 3:07:12 PM BulletproofLlama
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* Creator/CartoonNetwork (the USA original) has yet to air ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ''. It's a bit ironic considering how the cartoon the anime is based off originated there. There are rumors saying that Creator/CraigMcCracken dislikes it and has made sure it can never ever air in the US. However, some American satellite and cable providers have a Spanish Cartoon Network channel which shows ''Powerpuff Girls Z'' in Spanish occasionally. On the French cartoon network channel it airs on a daily basis.

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* Creator/CartoonNetwork (the USA original) has yet to air ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ''. It's a bit ironic considering how the cartoon the anime is based off originated there. There are rumors saying that Creator/CraigMcCracken dislikes it and has made sure it can never ever air in the US. However, the Ocean Group have made an English dub, which has only aired in a few countries, including Australia. There are also some American satellite and cable providers have a Spanish Cartoon Network channel which shows ''Powerpuff Girls Z'' in Spanish occasionally. On the French cartoon network channel branch of Cartoon Network it airs on a daily basis.
10th May '16 3:00:28 PM BulletproofLlama
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** The gods must have heard you, the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' dub is available in the UK on cable satellite channel Pop Girl! And its actually one of the highest rated shows the channel has! But still no word on America airing the show.

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** The gods must have heard you, the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' dub is was briefly available in the UK on cable satellite channel Pop Girl! And its actually one of the highest rated shows the channel has! But still no word on America airing the show.



** And don't expect ''Anime/DigimonXEvolution'' to ever leave Japan, [[NightmareFuel/DigimonXEvolution for]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids certain]] [[DarkerAndEdgier reasons]].

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** And please don't expect ''Anime/DigimonXEvolution'' to ever leave Japan, [[NightmareFuel/DigimonXEvolution for]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids certain]] [[DarkerAndEdgier reasons]].reasons]].
** There is also currently no word on whether ''Anime/DigimonAdventureTri'' will be distributed outside of Japan.
1st May '16 6:32:04 PM Pichu-kun
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* Creator/CartoonNetwork (the USA original) has yet to air ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ''. It's a bit ironic considering how the cartoon the anime is based off originated there. There are rumors saying that Creator/CraigMcCracken dislikes it and has made sure it can never ever air in the US. However, some American satellite and cable providers have a Spanish Cartoon Network channel which shows ''Powerpuff Girls Z'' in Spanish occasionally. On the French cartoon network channel it airs on a daily basis.

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* Creator/CartoonNetwork (the USA original) has yet to air ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ''. It's a bit ironic considering how the cartoon the anime is based off originated there. There are rumors saying that Creator/CraigMcCracken dislikes it and has made sure it can never ever air in the US. However, some American satellite and cable providers have a Spanish Cartoon Network channel which shows ''Powerpuff Girls Z'' in Spanish occasionally. On the French cartoon network channel it airs on a daily basis.



* 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''.

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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 most of the West was a Mystery Mushroom costume of Mario's manga design in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker''.''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker''. It began release in France as ''Super Mario: Manga Adventures'' in 2015. No news on translations in other regions though.



* There are several early ''Manga/TheLegendOfZelda'' manga that haven't been localized. As in North America ''Zelda'' manga are targeted at kids instead of older fans it's likely that they're just too dated to release, being based on games like the [=NES=] titles or ''Link's Awakening''. They are also a few which could be considered [[ValuesDissonance too violent or racy]] for little kids.

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* There are several early ''Manga/TheLegendOfZelda'' manga that haven't been localized. As in North America ''Zelda'' manga are targeted at kids instead of older fans it's likely that they're just too dated to release, being release (being based on games like the [=NES=] titles or ''Link's Awakening''.''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening''). They are also a few which could be considered [[ValuesDissonance too violent or racy]] for little kids.
1st May '16 6:26:56 PM Pichu-kun
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* It's not just anime and manga themselves: in Japan, EVERY, and I mean EVERY, franchise gets at least one line of collectible statues; then there's additionally one line of candy, jewelery, cosplay accessories, TransformationTrinket toys, etc., etc., etc. Also, there are countless untranslated manga to popular VideoGame series. (Did you ever know that there were ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'', ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'', and ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' manga? Well, now you know!) Most of this merchandise usually wouldn't leave Japan in a million years. But luckily, there are some export stores for otaku like us, who buy as much of this stuff as they can and sell it to us poor, merchandise-obsessed souls.

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* It's not just anime and manga themselves: in Japan, EVERY, and I we mean EVERY, franchise gets at least one line of collectible statues; then there's additionally one line of candy, jewelery, cosplay accessories, TransformationTrinket toys, etc., etc., etc. Also, there are countless untranslated manga to popular VideoGame series. (Did you ever know that there were ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'', ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'', and ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' manga? Well, now you know!) Most of this merchandise usually wouldn't leave Japan in a million years. But luckily, there are some export stores for otaku like us, who buy as much of this stuff as they can and sell it to us poor, merchandise-obsessed souls. Eventually averted in France with the ''Mario'' manga. The first volume of ''Super Mario-kun'' was released in France in 2015 (24 years after its Japanese release) as ''Super Mario: Manga Adventures''.



* ''Anime/AnimalCrossing''. The anime movie adaption of Wild World may never be dubbed, especially as it's over ten years old now and newer games have been released.

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* ''Anime/AnimalCrossing''. The anime movie adaption adaptation of ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing Wild World World'' may never be dubbed, especially as it's over ten years old now and newer games have been released.




* Are you a ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' fan? Living in the UK? The Manga is available, but the licence holder for the Anime is Creator/MVMEntertainment and the only thing they carry is the two movies.

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\n* Are you a ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' fan? Living in the UK? The Manga manga is available, but the licence holder for the Anime is Creator/MVMEntertainment and the only thing they carry is the two movies.



* The ''No Mercy'' OVA of ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' has yet to be licensed outside of Japan. It's an odd example, considering nearly every other part of the animated franchise has seen release in North America – original {{OVA}}s, first series, mini-specials, movie, second series, and third series (those last two admittedly without the well-received English dub)? Yup, all licensed at some point. But not ''No Mercy''.
** The YUA manga itself falls into this. The English release by Studio Proteus consisted of about a dozen chapters from volumes 5-7, originally released in comic book form and then compiled into two volumes (which are now long out of print). When Dark Horse – for whom ''[[Manga/AhMyGoddess Oh My Goddess]]'' is consistently one of their top-selling manga titles – was asked about the possibility of publishing more YUA, they stated that Kosuke Fujishima himself was blocking an international release, but no one knew why.
*** If what some people involved with ''Goddess'' have said is true, Fujishima is a notorious perfectionist. He may consider YUA (his first big title) something of an OldShame that he'd rather not see again… though he's perfectly willing to allow it to be adapted.

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* ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'':
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The ''No Mercy'' OVA of ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' has yet to be licensed outside of Japan. It's an odd example, considering nearly every other part of the animated franchise has seen release in North America – original {{OVA}}s, first series, mini-specials, movie, second series, and third series (those last two admittedly without the well-received English dub)? Yup, all licensed at some point. But not ''No Mercy''.
** The YUA manga itself falls into this. The English release by Studio Proteus consisted of about a dozen chapters from volumes 5-7, originally released in comic book form and then compiled into two volumes (which are now long out of print). When Dark Horse – for whom ''[[Manga/AhMyGoddess Oh My Goddess]]'' is consistently one of their top-selling manga titles – was asked about the possibility of publishing more YUA, they stated that Kosuke Fujishima himself was blocking an international release, but no one knew why.
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why. If what some people involved with ''Goddess'' have said is true, Fujishima is a notorious perfectionist. He may consider YUA (his first big title) something of an OldShame that he'd rather not see again… though he's perfectly willing to allow it to be adapted.



* Creator/CartoonNetwork (the USA original) has yet to air ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ''. It's a bit ironic considering how the cartoon the anime is based off originated there. There are rumors saying that Creator/CraigMcCracken dislikes it and has made sure it can never ever air in the US.
** However, some American satellite and cable providers have a Spanish Cartoon Network channel which shows ''Powerpuff Girls Z'' in Spanish occasionally.
** On the French cartoon network channel it airs on a daily basis.

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* Creator/CartoonNetwork (the USA original) has yet to air ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ''. It's a bit ironic considering how the cartoon the anime is based off originated there. There are rumors saying that Creator/CraigMcCracken dislikes it and has made sure it can never ever air in the US.
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US. However, some American satellite and cable providers have a Spanish Cartoon Network channel which shows ''Powerpuff Girls Z'' in Spanish occasionally.
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occasionally. On the French cartoon network channel it airs on a daily basis.
1st May '16 6:50:55 AM GovernorExplosion
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* Despite being available in animated form for close to twenty years, and the deluge of marginal manga titles hitting the shelves, ''Manga/KimagureOrangeRoad'' has never been available in the US in printed form.

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* Despite being available in animated form for close to twenty years, and the deluge of marginal manga titles hitting the shelves, ''Manga/KimagureOrangeRoad'' has never been available in the US in printed form. Thankfully, the funds were raised in 2016 through Kickstarter to finally mitigate this.
1st May '16 6:46:15 AM GovernorExplosion
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** Classic manga that were finally released in the States in the 2010's: The aforementioned Osamu Tezuka manga (including a large paperback ''Manga/AstroBoy'' omnibus, ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles'', ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', and the first two parts of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' (as mentioned below).

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** Classic manga that were finally released in the States in the 2010's: The aforementioned Osamu Tezuka manga (including a large paperback ''Manga/AstroBoy'' omnibus, omnibus), ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles'', ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', and the first two parts of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' (as mentioned below).
1st May '16 6:45:48 AM GovernorExplosion
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** Classic manga that were finally released in the States in the 2010's: The aforementioned Osamu Tezuka manga (including a large paperback ''Manga/AstroBoy'' omnibus, ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles'', ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', and the first two parts of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' (as mentioned below).
24th Apr '16 3:30:53 PM JTurner82
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** American Ghibli fans are ''still'' suffering from the FanDumb fallout over ''Anime/CastleInTheSky''. Here's the story – in 2003, Disney (hearing that neither Miyazaki nor Joe Hisaishi were very pleased with the sparse synths of the original 1986 score) commissioned a new score from Hisaishi with a full orchestra for the English dub. Miyazaki gave his approval and support. The result? American superfans went '''''ballistic''''', complaining LOUDLY about how Disney had "ruined" the movie and "destroyed" its atmosphere. Bowing to pressure, Disney officially disowned their score and vowed it would never see the light of day in North America ever again. However, the rescore proved popular in Japan (getting its own album) and the Japanese, European, and Australian Blu-Rays all use it. The North American Blu-Ray release retains the original score. If you're an American fan of ''Castle'''s rescore (and there's plenty, despite what Disney thinks) and you want to hear it set to high-definition video, you have no choice but to import.

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** American Ghibli fans are ''still'' suffering from the FanDumb fallout over ''Anime/CastleInTheSky''. Here's the story – in 2003, Disney (hearing that neither Miyazaki nor Joe Hisaishi were very pleased with the sparse synths of the original 1986 score) commissioned a new score from Hisaishi with a full orchestra for the English dub. Miyazaki gave his approval and support. The result? American superfans went '''''ballistic''''', complaining LOUDLY about how Disney had "ruined" the movie and "destroyed" its atmosphere. (The owner of the Ghibli Blog, in particular, absolutely DETESTS both the dub and new score, declaring both to be every bit as blasphemous as "Warriors of the Wind", a rather inaccurate and undeserving remark considering that aside from occasional script liberties, the Disney dub of ''Anime/CastleInTheSky'' is otherwise faithful in spirit to the original.) Bowing to pressure, Disney officially disowned their score and vowed it would never see the light of day in North America ever again. However, the rescore proved popular in Japan (getting its own album) and the Japanese, European, and Australian Blu-Rays all use it. The North American Blu-Ray release retains the original score. If you're an American fan of ''Castle'''s rescore (and there's plenty, despite what Disney thinks) and detractors think) and you want to hear it set to high-definition video, you have no choice but to import.
24th Apr '16 2:16:41 PM brb1006
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** There was an english dub of OnegaiMyMelody called [[http://lostmedia.wikia.com/wiki/My_Melody%27s_Magical_Adventure_%28Mid-2000%27s_Cartoon_Network_Dub%29 "My Melody's Magical Adventure"]] which aired on an unknown Asian Cartoon Network Channel. [[MissingEpisode Only one clip of the english version was uploaded on Youtube. Unfortunately the clip is currently removed from the site.]]

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** There was an english dub of OnegaiMyMelody Anime/OnegaiMyMelody called [[http://lostmedia.wikia.com/wiki/My_Melody%27s_Magical_Adventure_%28Mid-2000%27s_Cartoon_Network_Dub%29 "My Melody's Magical Adventure"]] which aired on an unknown Asian Cartoon Network Channel. [[MissingEpisode Only one clip of the english version was uploaded on Youtube. Unfortunately the clip is currently removed from the site.]]
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