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My Ordinary Life.... Release?
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29 / M / Dallas, TX
Posted 2/21/13

Art-chan wrote:

It could be that companies are waiting for Bandai's license to expire. I wouldn't call it "unlikely" just yet. It takes time to license a show.

That's unlikely. As I recall, there was an official announcement that the contracts for Nichijou, Gosick and Turn A Gundam were canceled when Bandai Ent. started the shuttering process.

TotalPotato wrote:

My Ordinary Life has the most Japanese humour I've ever seen, so with that in mind, it might be hard to sell to the casual western audience. I mean, I liked it, but there were a bunch of times where I didn't get the joke, and I often felt like it was because I'm not Japanese.

Not nearly as bad as any of Kouji Kumeta's works. Joshiraku was even more difficult for a non-Japanese audience than Zetsubou-sensei.
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Posted 2/21/13
I can't stand Zetsubou-Sensei... T-T

And don't worry, guys! >=D

If I ever win the lottery, I'll buy Nichijou's license and you can all be English voice actors! >=3

...But, y'know, I have to win the lottery first. ._.
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Posted 2/21/13 , edited 2/21/13
Nichijou is indeed an excellent comedy series, and it's a real shame that the US license has still not been picked up following Bandai Entertainment's demise. If you have a region-free DVD player, you can still import the Australian release by Madman Entertainment, which is what i'm planning to do.

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Posted 2/22/13
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It's literally been over a half a year, plus 2 months since this was last posted in. Feel free to recreate if you so desire. Closed due to inactivity.
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