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 13226 burnpsy, Sat, 26th May '12 9:22:35 PM from Ontario, Canada Relationship Status: Abstaining
The Eternal Fool
Sensei no Bulge's quick English release confirmed for Shonen Jump Alpha.
 13227 ninjaclown, Sun, 27th May '12 3:01:57 AM from The Great White North
It's back.
I remember a while back reading about some anime that featured a huge mecha that looked like a giant human woman in armor, does anyone know what it's called? Thanks in advance for any help.
 13228 Pyrite, Sun, 27th May '12 3:09:50 AM from Right. Behind. You. Relationship Status: Hiding
*DOINK*
Sorry, but the first one that comes to mind is the Valsione from Super Robot Wars, which is a video game.

edited 27th May '12 3:10:12 AM by Pyrite

Not a substitute for a formal medical consultation.
 13229 d Roy, Sun, 27th May '12 4:00:26 AM Relationship Status: Hounds of love are hunting
Random rambling:

I wish non gag-webtoons, like Noblesse and Tower of God got good animated adaptations.

edited 27th May '12 4:00:34 AM by dRoy

 13230 SKJAM, Sun, 27th May '12 4:11:45 AM from Minneapolis Relationship Status: Cast away
Great and Powerful
"Woman in armor" mecha—Possibly Aphrodite X from the Mazinger franchise, she of the breast missiles notoriety?
 13231 Pyrite, Sun, 27th May '12 5:23:24 AM from Right. Behind. You. Relationship Status: Hiding
*DOINK*
If we're counting those, then another possibility would be Shinkon Gattai Godannar!!. But if we're talking about mecha with human features (e.g. face), then that could be harder to pin down...
Not a substitute for a formal medical consultation.
 13232 Fluid, Sun, 27th May '12 7:37:28 AM from The Netherlands
My first thought would've been the Valsione as well. Second thought was Klan Klein, but she doesn't count because she's actually a giant woman in armor.

Aniplex USA Confirms Blu-Ray Release for Bakemonogatari.

Really, it's Blu-Ray only? Seems a bit strange given that it's Aniplex. EDIT: Oh, wait, I forgot about Rurouni Kenshin.

edited 27th May '12 9:15:01 AM by PokÚnatic

 13234 ninjaclown, Sun, 27th May '12 11:41:50 AM from The Great White North
It's back.
I just woke up. Yeah, it was Valsione, thanks again guys.
 13235 Shlugo the great, Sun, 27th May '12 1:30:09 PM Relationship Status: Tsundere'ing
Master of Fate
I wish non gag-webtoons, like Noblesse and Tower Of God got good animated adaptations.

Oh, you follow webtoons? Personally I prefer God Of High School and Knight Run.

edited 27th May '12 1:31:04 PM by Shlugo_the_great

In honor of my 50lb pup
And Air Gear is officially over.

You know, I'm not too bothered that I had trouble understanding the last chapter. The previous chapter had the author calling the planet-wide temporary reversal of gravity caused by two pairs of roller skates that can literally "piece the heavens" (one of which was not even being worn at the time) a "parlor trick." Compared to that, the last chapter makes perfect sense.
Yu hav nat sein bod speeling unntil know. (cacke four undersandig tis)the cake is a lie!
 13237 Liberated Liberater, Sun, 27th May '12 4:19:36 PM from [DATA EXPUNGED]
^_^
[up][up] Of course it will, this is getting worse than the double Pokemon White/Black movies.

[up] Wow, more mangaka screwing.

edited 29th May '12 9:14:17 PM by fourteenwings

 13240 burnpsy, Thu, 31st May '12 1:00:21 AM from Ontario, Canada Relationship Status: Abstaining
The Eternal Fool
On this week's top manga sales chart, one may be surprised to notice It's Not My Fault I'm Not Popular! ended up in 10th for its second volume. Quite a feat for something that serializes online.

edited 31st May '12 1:17:27 AM by burnpsy

^_^
I'm glad, it's a very good manga. More importantly, this proves international fandoms are a big deal...

I didn't know Switch Girl was a manga before it was a J-drama... and it looks like that Kingdom manga is fairly popular.

edited 31st May '12 1:04:53 AM by fourteenwings

 13242 d Roy, Thu, 31st May '12 1:46:51 AM Relationship Status: Hounds of love are hunting
Does anyone know any place where I can get total sales figures for mangas?

edited 31st May '12 1:47:01 AM by dRoy

^_^
Probably Oricon's site, but it's all in Japanese so I'm not sure...
 13244 Marq FJA, Thu, 31st May '12 5:04:29 AM from Saudi Arabia Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
O' Allah, save Egypt
Just finished watching the obviously-amateurly-subbed episode 1 of Ginga Sengoku Gunyuuden Rai on Youtube (from here), which is my first time ever hearing the Japanese voices of the characters. First observations: Simone is voiced by Kotono Mitsuishi, and Rai Ryuuga sounds suspiciously similar to Ikkaku Madarame.

edited 31st May '12 5:05:09 AM by MarqFJA

Ash-shaʻb yurīd isqāṭ ḥukm al-ʻaskar
 13245 Enzeru, Thu, 31st May '12 7:03:26 AM from Orlando, FL Ȣχಠ♥»
icon by implodingoracle
Question: What's an insert song and why do they never show up on the DVD?

excellent
Insert songs are songs that are inserted into the show. No, really.

Rule of thumb is that any song from the show that is not the opening or ending theme is an insert song. They are 'inserted' wherever they're needed in the middle of the episode, so to speak. Typically, insert songs are played only once or twice, at high points of the story, marking intense moments of drama or emotion. Exceptions to this are usually from shows about music, like a band or an idol group. The insert songs there are the ones they utilise in the in-show performances that are not the opening or ending theme (so "Ready!!" in Idolm@sters would not be considered an insert, for example). Well-known examples of insert songs include The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi's "God Knows", and Guilty Crown's "Euterpe" ("Euterpe" was inserted over the cold open of the OP-less first episode).

If you're looking for the insert song on the show's DVDs, it's just a matter of finding the episode(s) where the song was played.

edited 31st May '12 10:14:09 AM by Thrombin

 13247 Pyrite, Thu, 31st May '12 7:36:12 AM from Right. Behind. You. Relationship Status: Hiding
*DOINK*
EDIT: Sorry, misunderstood explanation. Ignore.

edited 31st May '12 7:36:49 AM by Pyrite

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 13248 Enzeru, Thu, 31st May '12 7:37:58 AM from Orlando, FL Ȣχಠ♥»
icon by implodingoracle
[up][up]Ah, thank you for that. But as to insert songs on DVD, the insert songs at the series finales of Taiyo No Ko Esteban and Sonic X (Series 1) aren't on the DVD's. Maybe that's just for those two or just for finales.

edited 31st May '12 7:38:18 AM by Enzeru

excellent
You mean to say the DVD version omitted the inserts which were present in the TV version?

 13250 Enzeru, Thu, 31st May '12 7:54:30 AM from Orlando, FL Ȣχಠ♥»
icon by implodingoracle
Yep, right on the money.

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