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jr0904



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 4:13 pm Reply with quote
Well I am interested since it's a classice along with La Blue Girl,Discipline and Bible Black. And it's giving an english dub which is a plus for me.

Though what i really hope is that Discipline Zero gets licensed to the US as well as Nanoha's ova spinoff Triangle Heart: Sazanami Joshiryō


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 4:16 pm Reply with quote
This is actually the more recent remake, not the "classic" (although the chronology of Urosukidoji is deeply confusing)

Actually, Nanoha is the spinoff ^^;
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Primus



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 4:48 pm Reply with quote
I know nothing about hentai, but do newer productions get US releases at all? From someone who doesn't care, it seems like it's just the same old shows being relicensed by new companies rather than new licenses entirely. Is this true?
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 5:36 pm Reply with quote
Primus wrote:
I know nothing about hentai, but do newer productions get US releases at all? From someone who doesn't care, it seems like it's just the same old shows being relicensed by new companies rather than new licenses entirely. Is this true?


Sort of, but it also has to do with ANN not reporting on when other hentai anime are licensed. The other half is that not much hentai anime is being licensed these days due to the economy and due to paranoid Japanese producers afraid of reverse importation. And in the case of hentai anime, where it's censored in Japan, that is a real palpable fear related to actual quality and enjoyment of the product. For normal anime, the fears are mostly limited to the American releases being cheaper.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 5:40 pm Reply with quote
Shiroi Hane wrote:
This is actually the more recent remake, not the "classic" (although the chronology of Urosukidoji is deeply confusing)

Actually, Nanoha is the spinoff ^^;



Are you sure? Confused

I though it was the other way around since Both it's OVA came before the nanoha series. Especially since Sweet Songs Forever and Sazanami Joshiryō are completely different.
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Beized



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 6:59 pm Reply with quote
jr0904 wrote:
Shiroi Hane wrote:
This is actually the more recent remake, not the "classic" (although the chronology of Urosukidoji is deeply confusing)

Actually, Nanoha is the spinoff ^^;



Are you sure? Confused

I though it was the other way around since Both it's OVA came before the nanoha series. Especially since Sweet Songs Forever and Sazanami Joshiryō are completely different.



Triangle Heart is a visual novel release way back in 1998. It and its various sequels are the original source from which the various adaptions (Sweet Songs Forever, Sazanami Joshiryō) and spinoffs (Nanoha) come from.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2011 3:19 am Reply with quote
Ah, the series that started it all!................. And by all, I mean the anime=pr0n label in the West. Laughing



walw6pK4Alo wrote:
Primus wrote:
I know nothing about hentai, but do newer productions get US releases at all? From someone who doesn't care, it seems like it's just the same old shows being relicensed by new companies rather than new licenses entirely. Is this true?


Sort of, but it also has to do with ANN not reporting on when other hentai anime are licensed. The other half is that not much hentai anime is being licensed these days due to the economy and due to paranoid Japanese producers afraid of reverse importation.


Alas, h-anime isn't the cash cow nowadays as it used to be, what with free pr0n easily available in the interwebs a click away. Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2011 7:47 am Reply with quote
I never watch hentai in English. Something about the voice work just doesn't sit right with me. It's as if they sound even more fake in it than usual. In Japanese, I wouldn't know any better.
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jr0904



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2011 12:43 am Reply with quote
Beized wrote:
jr0904 wrote:
Shiroi Hane wrote:
This is actually the more recent remake, not the "classic" (although the chronology of Urosukidoji is deeply confusing)

Actually, Nanoha is the spinoff ^^;



Are you sure? Confused

I though it was the other way around since Both it's OVA came before the nanoha series. Especially since Sweet Songs Forever and Sazanami Joshiryō are completely different.



Triangle Heart is a visual novel release way back in 1998. It and its various sequels are the original source from which the various adaptions (Sweet Songs Forever, Sazanami Joshiryō) and spinoffs (Nanoha) come from.


That i know which was the reason why I though that way since the Triangle Hearts OVA came before Nanoha. Especially since Sweet Songs Forever is more of a " girls with guns " genere than the Sazanami Joshiryo which is definitely for the 18+ crowd.

Also Prime PM , I can understand why you wont watch them in english , however there are some that are decent enough. Night Shift Nurses is one, as well as Discipline and Bible Black.

If you watch them in eng you may change your mind about it.
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