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Winter 2011 Lineup: Beelzebub & Rio - Rainbow Gate
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looking forward to Rio's gate. didn't know anything about it except that it was based on a heroine from Pachislot games and she looked hot. i was expecting an action anime, but i guess a casino game would be fitting and could be sweet. i just love anime that's based on games, even if i've never played the games. i figure Rio was designed to get people to spend a lot of money on Pachislots to continue watching her, so it's gotta be worth while to watch her in an anime.

i'm not too thrilled about a baby being in Beelzebub (kinda reminds me of Reborn). but hopefully it won't detract from the show too much and i'll give it a chance. i otherwise love delinquent anime, so i hope its something i can get into.
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agila61 wrote:


darkpollo wrote:

Copy of previous post ~ set as spoiler to avoid wall of words effect:

What a great analysis!! I am totally agree with you!! Sounds more like a Manga related issue rather than an Anime streaming topic. Maybe, the next step for that theory would be to review some cases based on that criteria and check whether they apply and on which cases there was an exception.

Thank you very much for your post!!


Lessee, googling for "Anime News Network Crunchyroll Brazil" to try to find announcements that specify Brazil ...

By publisher:
* Mitsudomoe and Occult Academy are published by Aniplex
* Otome Yokai Zakuro was published by rights management firm ADK
* Tono to Issho and Beelzebub are published by YTV

By manga vs original
* Mitsudomoe is from a manga published by Akita Shoten, licensed internationally in France and Taiwan.
* Otome Yokai Zakuro (which I think was a serious miss) is from a manga published by Gentosha, only licensed internationally in Taiwan
* Tono to Issho (the gag short) is from a manga published by Media Factory, with no international licensing listed at ANN
* Beelzebub is from a manga serialized in Shonen Jump (Shueisha), only licensed internationally in Taiwan

*Occult Academy was an original

The other series published by YTV was Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu, which only streamed to the main English language markets, North America, UK, Australia and New Zealand ~ not even Ireland ~ and was the first series that YTV published on Crunchyroll.

So looking at it closer, it seems like its a case of YTV having to be convinced to extend the stream to the rest of the "Northern Europe" block and to Portugal and Brazil, but for some reason YTV was not willing to include Spanish America. Perhaps they are hoping for Animax South America to pick it up (even though Animax South America now shows very little anime).

So it seems to be the maximum that Crunchyroll has been able to talk YTV into, with Singapore and Malaysia thrown in for Tono to Issho since it did not even attract a Taiwanese license for the 4-koma gag manga.


Sad, in fact Sony announced recently that Animax in Spanish America will be ending Anime broadcast this 2011. Practically, all Anime Series has been shutdown. So, maybe it is YTV who has this restriction.
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As always, you guys at Crunchyroll always deliver. Hope to see the rest of the new anime you have in store for us. I hope we'll be able to watch on our Roku as well. I'm such a proud subscriber.
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Thank God you got Beelzebub--it's the only new series in the Winter 2011 season that looked good to me.
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Kewl, Can't wait.
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the manga was good so hopefully the anime is good lol
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I will just go to horriblesubs!!!! but it sucks!!! i want it for Germany!!
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OMFG YESSS! YAY BEELZEBUB<33
Baby Beel FTW xD
THANK YOU CR♥
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Well that's 2 of my wishlist

So glad you guys got Beelzebub, it's one of the funniest Shonen action Mangas I've read in a long time and I've been dying to see it animated.

Rio looks interesting and I'm glad I have a chance to watch it here

Can't wait to see what you announce next
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I will take a look at them. They are few of the one i was hoping Crunchy get ^/^
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darkpollo wrote: Sad, in fact Sony announced recently that Animax in Spanish America will be ending Anime broadcast this 2011. Practically, all Anime Series has been shutdown. So, maybe it is YTV who has this restriction.
Yes, I saw a vlog by MarzGurl on the declining amount of anime on the Latin American Animax ~ when I said YTV might be doing it in hopes of a pick up by Animax, most of the countries where its allowed are non-Animax countries ... but if so, they really ought to strike Spanish America off their list of Animax countries.

Maybe Crunchyroll can make that point to them in future negotiations.

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Can't wait for Beelzebub
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agila61 wrote:


darkpollo wrote: Sad, in fact Sony announced recently that Animax in Spanish America will be ending Anime broadcast this 2011. Practically, all Anime Series has been shutdown. So, maybe it is YTV who has this restriction.
Yes, I saw a vlog by MarzGurl on the declining amount of anime on the Latin American Animax ~ when I said YTV might be doing it in hopes of a pick up by Animax, most of the countries where its allowed are non-Animax countries ... but if so, they really ought to strike Spanish America off their list of Animax countries.

Maybe Crunchyroll can make that point to them in future negotiations.



Correct!! As no one is here to claim distibution or broadcast rights!!! Hey CR!! We are available to watch more Anime Onr company in Mexico is legally taking under some very old Anime Series that were broadcasted a long time ago (about 25 to 30 years ago) It seems that this company obtained the permission due that the Anime Studios accepted as they (probably) didn't see to much "business" to it. In my opinion, this company is making some serious bucks. I mean, not a "millionar" deal, but a lot of people (including myself) loved those series (Astroboy, Remi, Sandy Belle, Lala Bele, Mazinger Z, Tom Sawyer, jus to name a few) Also, they have the copyrighted distribution for Studio Ghibli's Movies. Those ones, are an important hit in Mexico.
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So cool
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YEAH Beezlebub!!!!
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