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Toddler Naruto



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 02, 2014 11:29 am Reply with quote
It's about time someone finally licensed Hunter x Hunter (2011) remake. Hopefully whoever it is does release an English Dub though.

If I wanted english subs I'd be watching CrunchyRoll, which is what I've been doing, will be watching Episode 140 soon.
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ParkerALx



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 02, 2014 11:32 pm Reply with quote
Toddler Naruto wrote:
It's about time someone finally licensed Hunter x Hunter (2011) remake. Hopefully whoever it is does release an English Dub though.

If I wanted english subs I'd be watching CrunchyRoll, which is what I've been doing, will be watching Episode 140 soon.


Does a show getting added to Netflix usually mean someone has licensed it? Hunter x Hunter needs to get picked up for a Blu ray/DVD release in English, obviously, but unless I see a headline that says "so-and-so has licensed Hunter x Hunter for release in North America" I'm not getting my hopes up.

Anyone who hasn't seen Hunter x Hunter on Crunchyroll should definitely take advantage of it showing up on Netflix. Then start bugging Funimation or Viz to pick up the rights.
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Toddler Naruto



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2014 2:27 pm Reply with quote
ParkerALx wrote:
Toddler Naruto wrote:
It's about time someone finally licensed Hunter x Hunter (2011) remake. Hopefully whoever it is does release an English Dub though.

If I wanted english subs I'd be watching CrunchyRoll, which is what I've been doing, will be watching Episode 140 soon.


Does a show getting added to Netflix usually mean someone has licensed it? Hunter x Hunter (2011) needs to get picked up for a Blu ray/DVD release in English, obviously, but unless I see a headline that says "so-and-so has licensed Hunter x Hunter for release in North America" I'm not getting my hopes up.

Anyone who hasn't seen Hunter x Hunter (2011) on Crunchyroll should definitely take advantage of it showing up on Netflix. Then start bugging Funimation or Viz to pick up the rights.


How can Netflix stream Hunter x Hunter (2011) if an anime company hasn't licensed it yet?
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