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Otakon 2004
The Right Stuf International

by Christopher Macdonald,
Company Representatives: Kris Kleckner - Producer, Judy DeFrieze - Assistant Producer, Bill Rogers - Voice Actor

New TRSI Acquisitions:
  • Piano
  • Gravitation OAV

New Critical Mass Acquisitions:

Currently TRSI expects to release Piano in the Spring on 2005 and the Gravitation OAV series in the summer of 2005.

In addition to announcing the above new acquisitions, TRSI also confirmed / re-itereated that they had acquired the Boogiepop Phantom Live Action movie, Boys Be… and To Heart.

Work on the Boogiepop Phantom live-action movie is already underway, and it is very tentatively expected to be released in the spring of 2005 (subject to change). No English dub will be produced for the movie, it will be an original Japanese + English sub-titles only release.

Boys Be… and To Heart are both expected to be released in late 2005.

The Captain Tylor Ultimate Collections are scheduled for the Spring of 2005. There will be two collections, one for the TV series, and another for the OVA series. Three new discs of almost 400 minutes worth of bonus supplemental material and omake will be included. All the bonus material included in the recently released Japanese DVDs will be included. Among the extras will be a Q&A session with Hitoshi Yoshioka, the original creator of the Captain Tylor novels.

TRSI's release of Shingu (Gakuen Senki Muryou) will be split over 5 DVDs. TRSI has completed dubbing of the 26-episode TV series. Originally TRSI had planned to show the first episode of Shingu at their panel, but a scheduling issue prevented them from doing this as the following panel was moved up by half an hour.

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