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What other anime titles should also be included in Crunchyroll?
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They need bakuman and School Rumble Seriously


they have bakuman season 1 and 2 they just dnt have seson 3

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I dont think they have bakuman cant find it
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go to my profile and look in my anime watch list youll find season 1 and 2 and add me as a buddy!!
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Would be nice if Manga Entertainment and/or Funimation teamed up with Crunchyroll to put their series on CR, but that probably won't ever happen, which means I'm still forced to watch a whole lot of shows on their respective crumby websites. Oh well, I guess CR could use the competition. Keeps them on their toes at least.

As for what's not licensed, Little Busters! Seriously surprised no one picked that up! Really want to watch that.

In my dreams, more Toei and Sunrise shows will be licensed, but I doubt that'll ever happen now. Sigh...

I wouldn't rule out Manga Entertainment, as they don't appear to have their own online streaming service. I only see their shows on Hulu and their YouTube channel.

As for Little Busters, either someone on the production committee didn't want it licensed for streaming (although it did stream on Nico Nico in Japan), or they were simply asking too much for it (i.e., pricing it like a Key series produced by KyoAni instead of J.C. Staff). Frankly, it seemed like a natural for Sentai to license (and possibly sub-license to CR for simulcast).


Speaking of Nico Nico (niconico.jp), one should pay attention to what they will be streaming this winter, as typically only 1 or 2 of the titles they list aren't simulcast by some company in the United States.
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I would like to see some of the older anime not anything in particular just mix the old in every now and then.
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I would LOVE to see Berserk on here. Would be even better if they could somehow put the new Berserk remake as well!
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Mickeymac92 wrote:

Would be nice if Manga Entertainment and/or Funimation teamed up with Crunchyroll to put their series on CR, but that probably won't ever happen, which means I'm still forced to watch a whole lot of shows on their respective crumby websites. Oh well, I guess CR could use the competition. Keeps them on their toes at least.

As for what's not licensed, Little Busters! Seriously surprised no one picked that up! Really want to watch that.

In my dreams, more Toei and Sunrise shows will be licensed, but I doubt that'll ever happen now. Sigh...

I wouldn't rule out Manga Entertainment, as they don't appear to have their own online streaming service. I only see their shows on Hulu and their YouTube channel.

As for Little Busters, either someone on the production committee didn't want it licensed for streaming (although it did stream on Nico Nico in Japan), or they were simply asking too much for it (i.e., pricing it like a Key series produced by KyoAni instead of J.C. Staff). Frankly, it seemed like a natural for Sentai to license (and possibly sub-license to CR for simulcast).


Speaking of Nico Nico (niconico.jp), one should pay attention to what they will be streaming this winter, as typically only 1 or 2 of the titles they list aren't simulcast by some company in the United States.


Ah, I thought Manga Entertainment stuck to their own site like Funimation, since they have their own 360 App. But I guess if they don't, perhaps it would be possible, as you said. I'd certainly be interested in seeing some of their shows here.

And I've had a gut feeling for a while that Sentai might pick up Little Buster for a while now. It certainly wouldn't surprise me. I just hope they do decide to stream it on CR, though.

And thank for tip about Niconico. Now I know The Unlimited and Amnesia might make it over here - those two were the only anime this season that interested me besides that Climb one. Guess I'll keep an eye on the anime news, then.
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hmm, I'd like to see denpa onna, (just for erio) or GC (never really had a chance to watch through it all).
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Kuroshitsuji, Death Note, and YuYu Hakusho though the last one is a little old
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Tamako Market, cause I don't feel like going to another website just to watch it, beside I might get a redirect virus.

And I know it's on anime netwirk or something, but I still prefer crunchyroll cause it lets you watch anime on your ps3 (that's where I watch all of Idolm@ster, Papakiki, Kotoura san, Love Live and Inu x Boku SS)
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Mickeymac92 wrote:


TheAncientOne wrote:


Mickeymac92 wrote:

Would be nice if Manga Entertainment and/or Funimation teamed up with Crunchyroll to put their series on CR, but that probably won't ever happen, which means I'm still forced to watch a whole lot of shows on their respective crumby websites. Oh well, I guess CR could use the competition. Keeps them on their toes at least.

As for what's not licensed, Little Busters! Seriously surprised no one picked that up! Really want to watch that.

In my dreams, more Toei and Sunrise shows will be licensed, but I doubt that'll ever happen now. Sigh...

I wouldn't rule out Manga Entertainment, as they don't appear to have their own online streaming service. I only see their shows on Hulu and their YouTube channel.

As for Little Busters, either someone on the production committee didn't want it licensed for streaming (although it did stream on Nico Nico in Japan), or they were simply asking too much for it (i.e., pricing it like a Key series produced by KyoAni instead of J.C. Staff). Frankly, it seemed like a natural for Sentai to license (and possibly sub-license to CR for simulcast).


Speaking of Nico Nico (niconico.jp), one should pay attention to what they will be streaming this winter, as typically only 1 or 2 of the titles they list aren't simulcast by some company in the United States.


Ah, I thought Manga Entertainment stuck to their own site like Funimation, since they have their own 360 App. But I guess if they don't, perhaps it would be possible, as you said. I'd certainly be interested in seeing some of their shows here.

And I've had a gut feeling for a while that Sentai might pick up Little Buster for a while now. It certainly wouldn't surprise me. I just hope they do decide to stream it on CR, though.

And thank for tip about Niconico. Now I know The Unlimited and Amnesia might make it over here - those two were the only anime this season that interested me besides that Climb one. Guess I'll keep an eye on the anime news, then.


Actually, Sentai did license Little Busters!, along with The Unlimited and Amnesia.
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Balzack wrote:

It's all about licensing. You ask why One Piece isn't streamed here. Well that's because it's being streamed on Hulu.

I'm just glad that Crunchyroll isn't in Netflix's current situation. They've lost the vast majority of their once extensive anime catalog due to Funimation deciding to stream on their own website, and they had gotten licenses to stream Funimation titles in the past pretty exclusively so their anime section is a veritable ghost town now.


So that's what happened... I was wondering why the number of anime on Netflix is dwindling. Damn.
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Tamako Market, cause I don't feel like going to another website just to watch it, beside I might get a redirect virus.

And I know it's on anime netwirk or something, but I still prefer crunchyroll cause it lets you watch anime on your ps3 (that's where I watch all of Idolm@ster, Papakiki, Kotoura san, Love Live and Inu x Boku SS)


Correct, it is the Anime Network (http://www.theanimenetwork.com/Anime/Tamako-Market/Watch), and since it's a subscription-based viewing, I imagine it will be there for quite some time. I imagine it's also alittle early for CR to decide whether this anime will be a favorable pickup.
(But I'd also like to see it here, *wink*... X-) )

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Rurouni Kenshin
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