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MADHOUSE and Warner To Produce an Anime of US TV Drama Supernatural
Posted 2/9/11 , edited 2/9/11
bah wat a waste of an anime lol jk... well anyways good luck to warner and madhouse in producing a anime tv drama, hope it doesn't turn out to be a bad production deal
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Posted 2/9/11
i hope they do it and then it fails so hard then they get so much bad feedback
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Posted 2/10/11

AsuraCryin wrote:


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Not really, if I recall properly, Warner Bros. approached Madhouse and made a contract for them to animate 4 series. Those series were Supernatural, Wolverine, X-men, and Ironman. I forgot the reason why Madhouse was approached to do this, but I think it had to do with Japan's animation being ahead of U.S. animation. Don't quote me on that, because I honestly forgot the reason why, but if someone does know, please do tell.

That would be rather strange, considering that Wolverine, X-men, and Ironman are Marvel properties, which are ultimately a Disney subsidiary. DC Comics is a Time-Warner subsidiary.

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Posted 2/10/11

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AsuraCryin wrote:

Not really, if I recall properly, Warner Bros. approached Madhouse and made a contract for them to animate 4 series. Those series were Supernatural, Wolverine, X-men, and Ironman. I forgot the reason why Madhouse was approached to do this, but I think it had to do with Japan's animation being ahead of U.S. animation. Don't quote me on that, because I honestly forgot the reason why, but if someone does know, please do tell.

That would be rather strange, considering that Wolverine, X-men, and Ironman are Marvel properties, which are ultimately a Disney subsidiary. DC Comics is a Time-Warner subsidiary.

That's because Supernatural is not involved in that deal at all. The 4th anime is Blade.
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Posted 2/10/11

llamaben wrote:


TheAncientOne wrote:


AsuraCryin wrote:

Not really, if I recall properly, Warner Bros. approached Madhouse and made a contract for them to animate 4 series. Those series were Supernatural, Wolverine, X-men, and Ironman. I forgot the reason why Madhouse was approached to do this, but I think it had to do with Japan's animation being ahead of U.S. animation. Don't quote me on that, because I honestly forgot the reason why, but if someone does know, please do tell.

That would be rather strange, considering that Wolverine, X-men, and Ironman are Marvel properties, which are ultimately a Disney subsidiary. DC Comics is a Time-Warner subsidiary.

That's because Supernatural is not involved in that deal at all. The 4th anime is Blade.

I meant the strange part was Warner Brothers. Supernatural is a Time-Warner property, while the Marvel titles are not.

Madhouse, however, is a common element for all five.

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Posted 2/13/11
So, is "90210" going to be made into a harem anime in the near future, lol!!!
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Posted 2/13/11
They better make it good...i'll be looking forward to it.
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