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Posted 6/20/08

kcirdnek wrote:


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Don't really care <_<

I'm getting every episode from:

http://www.dgraymananime.com/

Good subbing, reliable and they got the manga there too. They even have a forum too ^_^


How do you watch the earlier ep?


http://www.dgraymananime.com/Anime_Episodes/p13_sectionid/1/p13_currentpage/18/p13_pagesize/5/p13_searchby/title

Just click on previous there to go upwards in the episodes.
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shit. shit. shit. T_T
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Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:

Well, I did a lot of research and I found out that D. Gray-Man is licensed by FUNimation. I hope they do good subs and find the right people to cast the characters (esp. my beloved Allen Walker-sama).


FUNimation is a really big and wide-spread company for animes that licensed media (anime, that is) from random selected websites that makes the anime popular, e.g. crunchyroll would be a good use.
Problem is FUNimation sell stuff...Personally, I would not waste money on just buying a DVD of D.Gray Man. Even though FUNimation is actually a really good subbing production and blah...blah...all top factors just like DVD making or a Blockbuster for Animes, it is not free. You can't watch them for free on their site, but you must download them or buy the CD/DVD. It sucks...they are stealing away the "freeness" to watch.


*NO SUCH THING AS "FREENESS"
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cherrybowie wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:

Well, I did a lot of research and I found out that D. Gray-Man is licensed by FUNimation. I hope they do good subs and find the right people to cast the characters (esp. my beloved Allen Walker-sama).


FUNimation is a really big and wide-spread company for animes that licensed media (anime, that is) from random selected websites that makes the anime popular, e.g. crunchyroll would be a good use.
Problem is FUNimation sell stuff...Personally, I would not waste money on just buying a DVD of D.Gray Man. Even though FUNimation is actually a really good subbing production and blah...blah...all top factors just like DVD making or a Blockbuster for Animes, it is not free. You can't watch them for free on their site, but you must download them or buy the CD/DVD. It sucks...they are stealing away the "freeness" to watch.


*NO SUCH THING AS "FREENESS"


I totally agree on that. I heard that they only licensed the first season, which is episode 1-51 (I think). I just wish that crunchyroll would just bring back D. Gray-Man episodes that are not licensed.
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Posted 6/20/08

Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:


cherrybowie wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:

Well, I did a lot of research and I found out that D. Gray-Man is licensed by FUNimation. I hope they do good subs and find the right people to cast the characters (esp. my beloved Allen Walker-sama).


FUNimation is a really big and wide-spread company for animes that licensed media (anime, that is) from random selected websites that makes the anime popular, e.g. crunchyroll would be a good use.
Problem is FUNimation sell stuff...Personally, I would not waste money on just buying a DVD of D.Gray Man. Even though FUNimation is actually a really good subbing production and blah...blah...all top factors just like DVD making or a Blockbuster for Animes, it is not free. You can't watch them for free on their site, but you must download them or buy the CD/DVD. It sucks...they are stealing away the "freeness" to watch.


*NO SUCH THING AS "FREENESS"


I totally agree on that. I heard that they only licensed the first season, which is episode 1-51 (I think). I just wish that crunchyroll would just bring back D. Gray-Man episodes that are not licensed.


There are no such thing as licensed some epi some not license and they will nvm bring back the epi unless u threaten / blackmail them etc. LOL so sad.........
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Posted 6/20/08

King_Hades wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:


cherrybowie wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:

Well, I did a lot of research and I found out that D. Gray-Man is licensed by FUNimation. I hope they do good subs and find the right people to cast the characters (esp. my beloved Allen Walker-sama).


FUNimation is a really big and wide-spread company for animes that licensed media (anime, that is) from random selected websites that makes the anime popular, e.g. crunchyroll would be a good use.
Problem is FUNimation sell stuff...Personally, I would not waste money on just buying a DVD of D.Gray Man. Even though FUNimation is actually a really good subbing production and blah...blah...all top factors just like DVD making or a Blockbuster for Animes, it is not free. You can't watch them for free on their site, but you must download them or buy the CD/DVD. It sucks...they are stealing away the "freeness" to watch.


*NO SUCH THING AS "FREENESS"


I totally agree on that. I heard that they only licensed the first season, which is episode 1-51 (I think). I just wish that crunchyroll would just bring back D. Gray-Man episodes that are not licensed.


There are no such thing as licensed some epi some not license and they will nvm bring back the epi unless u threaten / blackmail
them etc. LOL so sad.........

Oh, darn...That really sucks...
Well, that broke my heart...Thanks for telling me. Besides, I found other websites to watch D. Gray-Man.
Does anyone know when they'll be releasing D. Gray-Man DVD's next year? Any specific dates or months?

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Posted 6/20/08

Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:


King_Hades wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:


cherrybowie wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:

Well, I did a lot of research and I found out that D. Gray-Man is licensed by FUNimation. I hope they do good subs and find the right people to cast the characters (esp. my beloved Allen Walker-sama).


FUNimation is a really big and wide-spread company for animes that licensed media (anime, that is) from random selected websites that makes the anime popular, e.g. crunchyroll would be a good use.
Problem is FUNimation sell stuff...Personally, I would not waste money on just buying a DVD of D.Gray Man. Even though FUNimation is actually a really good subbing production and blah...blah...all top factors just like DVD making or a Blockbuster for Animes, it is not free. You can't watch them for free on their site, but you must download them or buy the CD/DVD. It sucks...they are stealing away the "freeness" to watch.


*NO SUCH THING AS "FREENESS"


I totally agree on that. I heard that they only licensed the first season, which is episode 1-51 (I think). I just wish that crunchyroll would just bring back D. Gray-Man episodes that are not licensed.


There are no such thing as licensed some epi some not license and they will nvm bring back the epi unless u threaten / blackmail
them etc. LOL so sad.........

Oh, darn...That really sucks...
Well, that broke my heart...Thanks for telling me. Besides, I found other websites to watch D. Gray-Man.
Does anyone know when they'll be releasing D. Gray-Man DVD's next year? Any specific dates or months?



HA ! on that i really dont know watching on9 is better than buying CD's waste money btw u can catch it on TV anyways i gonna add u buddy hope we can be great frens ^-^
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Posted 6/20/08 , edited 6/20/08

King_Hades wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:


King_Hades wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:


cherrybowie wrote:


Hikaru_Shindo91 wrote:

Well, I did a lot of research and I found out that D. Gray-Man is licensed by FUNimation. I hope they do good subs and find the right people to cast the characters (esp. my beloved Allen Walker-sama).


FUNimation is a really big and wide-spread company for animes that licensed media (anime, that is) from random selected websites that makes the anime popular, e.g. crunchyroll would be a good use.
Problem is FUNimation sell stuff...Personally, I would not waste money on just buying a DVD of D.Gray Man. Even though FUNimation is actually a really good subbing production and blah...blah...all top factors just like DVD making or a Blockbuster for Animes, it is not free. You can't watch them for free on their site, but you must download them or buy the CD/DVD. It sucks...they are stealing away the "freeness" to watch.


*NO SUCH THING AS "FREENESS"


I totally agree on that. I heard that they only licensed the first season, which is episode 1-51 (I think). I just wish that crunchyroll would just bring back D. Gray-Man episodes that are not licensed.


There are no such thing as licensed some epi some not license and they will nvm bring back the epi unless u threaten / blackmail
them etc. LOL so sad.........

Oh, darn...That really sucks...
Well, that broke my heart...Thanks for telling me. Besides, I found other websites to watch D. Gray-Man.
Does anyone know when they'll be releasing D. Gray-Man DVD's next year? Any specific dates or months?



HA ! on that i really dont know watching on9 is better than buying CD's waste money btw u can catch it on TV anyways i gonna add u buddy hope we can be great frens ^-^

Same here. ^ ^*shakes hands with you* Where can you watch it on TV?

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actually you dont have to download it to watch it.
you can watch it anywhere in the internet.
MY D.GRAY-MAN group here in crunchyroll updates the links for latest episode and manga chapter.
so join my group (:

www.crunchyroll.com/group/DGRAYMANisloved
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