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Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Kinda wish Detective Conan was more popular here


It's Law and Order with a seven-year-old. It's in that weird place where it's too cute to be for adults but to mature to be for children. It really is a shame because it's the very best anime has to offer. You can pick up any episode without any prior knowledge and still be entertained. Its just Americans have very narrow tastes.
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MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Kinda wish Detective Conan was more popular here


It's Law and Order with a seven-year-old. It's in that weird place where it's too cute to be for adults but to mature to be for children. It really is a shame because it's the very best anime has to offer. You can pick up any episode without any prior knowledge and still be entertained. Its just Americans have very narrow tastes.


Y'know i think if we just took a chance or a risk on these networks these long never ending anime prob would succeed better than the networks think, I mean Doraemon even coming over after like idk 50 years lool, i guess its a test run but yea I bet Detective Conan would have been huge is we just gave it a chance, I still don't think its too late cause shows like One Piece even made it back on air on American Television
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MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Kinda wish Detective Conan was more popular here


It's Law and Order with a seven-year-old. It's in that weird place where it's too cute to be for adults but to mature to be for children. It really is a shame because it's the very best anime has to offer. You can pick up any episode without any prior knowledge and still be entertained. Its just Americans have very narrow tastes.


Lol, our country has a pretty shtty reputation but at least our industrys alive and we got many legal options and venues now, I hear in the UK its pretty much hell on earth to be an anime fan, besides ur Pokemon or YuGiOh, there is no anime on the networks at all, and Manga UK has a very, very small group of dudes running the entire industry over there, It rlly was brought into perspective when I found out DBZ was finally released on DVD in like 2012 and even One Piece took all the way until 2013 to get its DVDs released, and even of course UK barely even gets titles on here available to them, so its basically like a Black Hole over there which sucks, So at the very least i'll appreciate the benefits we have with anime here in America and not take it for granted
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MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Kinda wish Detective Conan was more popular here


It's Law and Order with a seven-year-old. It's in that weird place where it's too cute to be for adults but to mature to be for children. It really is a shame because it's the very best anime has to offer. You can pick up any episode without any prior knowledge and still be entertained. Its just Americans have very narrow tastes.


This video emulates there situation as of right now for there industry i think pretty accurately

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPdiRn-QqFA
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muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Kinda wish Detective Conan was more popular here


It's Law and Order with a seven-year-old. It's in that weird place where it's too cute to be for adults but to mature to be for children. It really is a shame because it's the very best anime has to offer. You can pick up any episode without any prior knowledge and still be entertained. Its just Americans have very narrow tastes.


This video emulates there situation as of right now for there industry i think pretty accurately

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPdiRn-QqFA


Yeah thats pretty pathetic. I guess the only reason the UK gets a lot of One Piece stuff is because Germany and France like it, so they get it by proxy. Still thanks to Crunchyroll, Daisuki and others like it the situation is improving. Naruto may represent the downward trend in anime but the bright spots shine bright and make it easier to get the conversation going. Things like PsychoPass can be a big hit on late night TV in places like the UK. With Toonami and Project Rainfall showing that a grassroots movements can get results, businesses will start seeing the good side of it.
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GET OFF NUMBER 1 NARUTO

YOU SUCK

THIS SHOULD TOTALLY BE #1
http://www.crunchyroll.com/abunai-sisters/episode-1-517444
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MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Kinda wish Detective Conan was more popular here


It's Law and Order with a seven-year-old. It's in that weird place where it's too cute to be for adults but to mature to be for children. It really is a shame because it's the very best anime has to offer. You can pick up any episode without any prior knowledge and still be entertained. Its just Americans have very narrow tastes.


This video emulates there situation as of right now for there industry i think pretty accurately

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPdiRn-QqFA


Yeah thats pretty pathetic. I guess the only reason the UK gets a lot of One Piece stuff is because Germany and France like it, so they get it by proxy. Still thanks to Crunchyroll, Daisuki and others like it the situation is improving. Naruto may represent the downward trend in anime but the bright spots shine bright and make it easier to get the conversation going. Things like PsychoPass can be a big hit on late night TV in places like the UK. With Toonami and Project Rainfall showing that a grassroots movements can get results, businesses will start seeing the good side of it.


On episode 0296 of the Kazenshuu Podcast(Dragon Ball Podcast you can find on Itunes or their website), They interviewed a dude from Manga UK when they got the announcement for DBZ finally being released and the guy mentioned theres a cultural barrier and I think laws in place in the UK against putting anime or action animated show for Adults, they think it has to be for kid 9-11 range, a block like Adult Swim doesn't exist at all over there i think, so I dont thinks there any venue except a channel I think called Kix which is currently airing DBZ Kai I believe
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MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Kinda wish Detective Conan was more popular here


It's Law and Order with a seven-year-old. It's in that weird place where it's too cute to be for adults but to mature to be for children. It really is a shame because it's the very best anime has to offer. You can pick up any episode without any prior knowledge and still be entertained. Its just Americans have very narrow tastes.


This video emulates there situation as of right now for there industry i think pretty accurately

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPdiRn-QqFA


Yeah thats pretty pathetic. I guess the only reason the UK gets a lot of One Piece stuff is because Germany and France like it, so they get it by proxy. Still thanks to Crunchyroll, Daisuki and others like it the situation is improving. Naruto may represent the downward trend in anime but the bright spots shine bright and make it easier to get the conversation going. Things like PsychoPass can be a big hit on late night TV in places like the UK. With Toonami and Project Rainfall showing that a grassroots movements can get results, businesses will start seeing the good side of it.


All that One Piece stuff is meaningless if they can't even stream One Piece legally at all in the UK lol, but yea they got both unlimited cruise games and we didnt get it
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On episode 0296 of the Kazenshuu Podcast(Dragon Ball Podcast you can find on Itunes or their website), They interviewed a dude from Manga UK when they got the announcement for DBZ finally being released and the guy mentioned theres a cultural barrier and I think laws in place in the UK against putting anime or action animated show for Adults, they think it has to be for kid 9-11 range, a block like Adult Swim doesn't exist at all over there i think, so I dont thinks there any venue except a channel I think called Kix which is currently airing DBZ Kai I believe


Well if CR keeps buying up rights to stream in the UK, those subscription $$$ will help the competition there make a case when they are applying for loans to start up a another service. Anime is finding it's place in western culture but there is a lot of room to grow. Otherwise people will just torrent all day long.
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muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Pray for Toonami to air Magi, since they're aired blue exorcist and all.
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MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Pray for Toonami to air Magi, since they're aired blue exorcist and all.


Is it even dubbed?
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muddy120 wrote:


meowth900 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Pray for Toonami to air Magi, since they're aired blue exorcist and all.


Is it even dubbed?


Yes
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muddy120 wrote:


meowth900 wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


muddy120 wrote:


Lol, meanwhile Fairy Tail is beating Hunter & One Piece on crunchyroll T.T, unfortunately


Fairy Tail is another one of those series that seems to have found a more passionate fanbase outside of Japan. Like Bleach. If Magi ever aired on US TV I think it would be a even bigger hit.


Pray for Toonami to air Magi, since they're aired blue exorcist and all.


Is it even dubbed?


Yes


While i find this great news, this furthers irratates my love for Hunter, lool why havent anybody given interest in dubbing or licensing it T.T
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People need to realize Togashi's made more material than Yu Yu Hakusho, it needs some Tv exposure lol
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