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REVIEW: Dear Brother Episodes 1-13 Streaming




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Dop.L



Joined: 23 Mar 2007
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2020 5:42 pm Reply with quote
Oh, how I wish Retrocrush was available in the UK. I once saw this from a fansub which had been digitised from VHS fansub tapes (you could tell as the tracking was sometimes off) with compression artefacts the size of postage stamps. Yet the story pulled through the murk and hooked me.
Would love to see a legal and decent copy as I missed out on the DVDs that came out a few years back.
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fausti



Joined: 14 Feb 2008
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 28, 2020 10:45 am Reply with quote
Dop.L wrote:
Oh, how I wish Retrocrush was available in the UK. I once saw this from a fansub which had been digitised from VHS fansub tapes (you could tell as the tracking was sometimes off) with compression artefacts the size of postage stamps. Yet the story pulled through the murk and hooked me.
Would love to see a legal and decent copy as I missed out on the DVDs that came out a few years back.


I would suggest looking into getting a VPN. That should allow you to access Retrocrush from where you are.
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fausti



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 28, 2020 10:48 am Reply with quote
I've already got the entire series on DVD when Anime Sols was still around. But now I can point my friends to Retrocrush so they can finally see why I've been raving and ranting about Dear Brother for so many years.
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Oggers



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 28, 2020 11:32 am Reply with quote
I watched this series fansubbed a couple of years ago and only made it about halfway before life got in the way of finishing it. As melodramatic as it can get, I still really enjoyed it, and Osamu Dezaki's stylistic touches really do add to the experience. I can see why it was such a huge influence on so many yuri and shoujo series that came after it.
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