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Posted 3/7/09

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anime-media.com

that's it that's not on your list! unless you want a sight to watch only yaoi anime.


That is not a legit website. There are many like it.

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Posted 3/7/09
useful list is useful
Posted 3/15/09
TANK UUUUU
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Posted 3/15/09

ガ━━Σ(゚Д゚|||)━━ン!!
Wow, all I have to say is good job
Posted 3/16/09
Thanks.
Especially for the Naruto sites.

BELIEVE IT
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CR is the best from all of them =D
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Posted 3/17/09

philosophia wrote:

You have inspired me to log in and give you a compliment. So, hear it goes...

GOOD JOB! I guess.

EDIT: iTunes sells dubbed anime I think.... Yep, the sell anime on iTunes for $1.99 per episode. All in dubs and very good quality.

Some are:
Black Blood Brothers
Bleach
Burst Angel
Death Note
Macross II + Macross Plus
Naruto
Solty Rei
Suzuka

EDIT2: They even sell Ah! My Goddess and Aquarion.

Easy way is Browse -> TV Shows -> Animation -> (Whatever anime)

They don't separate the shows, so American ones are mixed with Japanese ones.

You also have to download iTunes from Apple and register to be able to buy.

Download iTunes


i didn't know that they sell anime too.
Posted 3/18/09 , edited 3/18/09
Thank you onii-chan.


Onii-chan. They updated the GaiaOnline list.
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Posted 3/18/09
Legal websites suck ass! We all better keep downloading anime and manga illegally! They charge to
watch something you can see for free in Japan, WTF? I rather watch free around the net!
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Must have taken you a while with just the first post. Nicely done.
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Posted 3/19/09 , edited 3/19/09

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i agree that most of these are good but some of them don't even have licence to the series they hold, yes they are authorized to some series but sometimes they don't like joost and hulu
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Posted 3/19/09

wolfsaiga wrote:

i agree that most of these are good but some of them don't even have licence to the series they hold, yes they are authorized to some series but sometimes they don't like joost and hulu


There is probably a slight chance that some of the contents on those sites are questionable, so let's just say that most of these sites are more legal than most other so called "legal" Anime sites out there on the web.

Seeing that most of my sources come from AnimeNewsNetwork, I can't really provide any more information about those Anime sites than what they have already provided, which at times might be faulty and skewed.
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Posted 3/19/09 , edited 3/19/09

zendude wrote:


wolfsaiga wrote:

i agree that most of these are good but some of them don't even have licence to the series they hold, yes they are authorized to some series but sometimes they don't like joost and hulu


There is probably a slight chance that some of the contents on those sites are questionable, so let's just say that most of these sites are more legal than most other so called "legal" Anime sites out there on the web.

Seeing that most of my sources come from AnimeNewsNetwork, I can't really provide any more information about those Anime sites than what they have already provided, which at times might be faulty and skewed.


On user video upload sites like YouTube, all a good viewer needs to do is verify that the content being watched is provided by a licensee (ei: FUNimation Channel, Bandai, etc.). Same goes for other video sites like hulu or joost, where the companies have made agreements/contracts. The videos remain the property of the owners, but these sites in particular have been granted permission, or authorized if you will, by those owners to host their videos for public/consumer use. Under their given terms, the hosts have certain predetermined rights of use.

I'm not perfect at staying on the straight and narrow path, but I at least try to follow the rules.

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Posted 3/20/09 , edited 3/20/09
zendude,

I have one more for ya... and you'll be happy to know that it's not a Japanese site this time. Amazon Video On Demand Anime Store.

-moose
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