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we did not enjoy first ep of little buster. they change it a little, but game is better. other ppl wil not like first ep, because they do not understand with is going on.
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this show is good
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i know people are hoping JoJo or Little Busters will be on CR. i hope for them as well, but i also want to see Seitokai no Ichizon 2 (Student Councils Discretion season 2) as well.
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awesomeeeeeeeeeeee

NEXT TITLE: LITTLE BUSTERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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opt403 wrote: Still more announcements to come? I wonder what else there will be to see this season.

I keep hearing "JoJo costs too much because it has a 40 year old hit song in its ending", or "I bet Viz got JoJo" ... but I'm still hoping that JoJo is one of the last two. The other one that people keep saying is Little Busters! but that is not one that interests me very much.


Chaosprower wrote: ...2 out of 13 new shows available in Spain. I really want to watch your shows, CR, it's a shame Spain is not important to you.

I see where you're coming from: if I was getting just the Latin American streams, I'd keep subscribing to Crunchyroll, but if I was living in Spain, not just the limited number of series, but also the actual series themselves would be hard for me to justify.

But don't you mean, its a shame Spain is not important to the Japanese production committees?

Or maybe, its a shame that Spain is not important to Sentai? After all, its 0 for 4 in sublicenses from Sentai, and 2 for 8 in direct streaming licenses. Heck, Portugal even got included in one of the Sentai sublicenses (that was mostly because Brazil was included).

Of the other eight, three got broad European rights. Gintama was the only one series (so far) that gained broad European rights but was locked out of Spain. That normally means that there is someone negotiating for Spanish rights of some sort, either broadcast, narrowcast or home video, and so the Spanish rights have been carved out of the contract.




Don't forget NISA. I wonder if we will get some sort of announcement from them this weekend during the convention. My guess: "Say I Love You". Personally, I'm hoping that JoJo gets a license for streaming here at CR. It is one of my most anticipated shows of the season.

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I'm still praying Crunchy gets JJBA even if it's a couple episodes behind.
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agila61 wrote:Of the other eight, three got broad European rights. Gintama was the only one series (so far) that gained broad European rights but was locked out of Spain. That normally means that there is someone negotiating for Spanish rights of some sort, either broadcast, narrowcast or home video, and so the Spanish rights have been carved out of the contract.


Oh crap, I just researched and a licensing company in Spain bought the rights to the Gintama anime, but no national TV channel wanted it so it got stuck in limbo. Something similar happened to "Reborn!", a company dubbed a few episodes of it but it got cancelled for lack of interest of the TV stations. If they hadn't tried at all I could've watched them on Crunchyroll, oh, the irony!

BTW when I said that CR is not caring about Spain I meant that no series is made available specifically for Spain, we just get the "available everywhere else in the world with a premium subscription" ones.
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missnthrope wrote: Don't forget NISA. I wonder if we will get some sort of announcement from them this weekend during the convention. My guess: "Say I Love You". Personally, I'm hoping that JoJo gets a license for streaming here at CR. It is one of my most anticipated shows of the season.

Hasn't CR had some success sublicensing from NISA? They are indeed a distributor that seems likely to announce at NYCC, and if Crunchyroll is sublicensing something from NISA, that would account for the undated box. However it wouldn't be good for the hopes of wider regional distribution.

In any event, all uncertainties about "it will be announced at NYCC" will be cleared up this weekend.


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agila61 wrote:Of the other eight, three got broad European rights. Gintama was the only one series (so far) that gained broad European rights but was locked out of Spain. That normally means that there is someone negotiating for Spanish rights of some sort, either broadcast, narrowcast or home video, and so the Spanish rights have been carved out of the contract.


Oh crap, I just researched and a licensing company in Spain bought the rights to the Gintama anime, but no national TV channel wanted it so it got stuck in limbo. Something similar happened to "Reborn!", a company dubbed a few episodes of it but it got cancelled for lack of interest of the TV stations. If they hadn't tried at all I could've watched them on Crunchyroll, oh, the irony!

BTW when I said that CR is not caring about Spain I meant that no series is made available specifically for Spain, we just get the "available everywhere else in the world with a premium subscription" ones.

It happened a couple of times last year, with series that got Latin American distribution, but not recently. So for all we know, Crunchyroll has a standing top-up offer on Latin American rights to add Spain as well ... and its just that nobody has done that since last year.

It is a negotiation, after all, and Crunchyroll can only "pick up" the rights that are made available.

And its not only home video licensors picking up rights, like Gintama. There is an Animax-Spain. Even if Animax-Spain is not actively negotiating for a series, Animax-Japan certainly would certainly have enough clout to insist on an open option for the entire Animax system for each of the series it airs.

That particular problem doesn't affect Latin America, since Animax Latin America has abandoned anime in favor of live action (eg, dubbed reruns of US programming).
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