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Posted 3/15/15 , edited 3/15/15
been waiting for years for this, i really hope the tone is the same as with previous series, one of my favorites magical series. but i doubt it since the author is different than the previous series.
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Posted 3/15/15
Now I can see those fights in the manga as they were meant to be.

LET THE MAGICAL YURI LASER BEAMING COMMENCE.
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Posted 4/1/15 , edited 4/1/15
The audio is blocked on that Youtube link now for a copyright claim.
If you have a Niconico account (it's free), you can watch it here:
http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1427948243
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Posted 4/1/15
Scrambling to catch up, but I'm not gonna beat it. Currently going through StrikerS. Still, looking forward to this and hoping CR gets the other seasons. Besides Higurashi, these are the next show I think deserves to be licensed.
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all hope is lost. there is no legal option for nanoha vivid. (i sincerly hope i am proven wrong)
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Posted 4/2/15
First Amagi, now Nanoha?

At least someone picked up Estcher & Logy recently.
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Posted 4/3/15

maxgale wrote:

First Amagi, now Nanoha?

At least someone picked up Estcher & Logy recently.

At least with ViVid we'll have something of a understandable cause (i.e., Aniplex of Japan is no longer interested in streaming titles unless licensed by Aniplex of America). Basically, the lack of a ViVid license (or an Asia-only license) would be strong circumstantial evidence of this, due to it matching the circumstances for Dog Days'' (Dog Days 3).

Sentai was the company that licensed Escha & Logy:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-03-20/sentai-filmworks-licenses-atelier-escha-and-logy-~alchemists-of-the-dusk-sky~-anime/.86195

Unfortunately, it appears we can't count on Sentai for licensing ViVid, even later. I believe it was TheCoffeeGod that informed me Sentai is unable to license Aniplex of Japan titles.

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Posted 4/3/15

TheAncientOne wrote:


maxgale wrote:

First Amagi, now Nanoha?

At least someone picked up Estcher & Logy recently.

At least with ViVid we'll have something of a understandable cause (i.e., Aniplex of Japan is no longer interested in streaming titles unless licensed by Aniplex of America). Basically, the lack of a ViVid license (or an Asia-only license) would be strong circumstantial evidence of this, due to it matching the circumstances for Dog Days'' (Dog Days 3).

Sentai was the company that licensed Escha & Logy:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-03-20/sentai-filmworks-licenses-atelier-escha-and-logy-~alchemists-of-the-dusk-sky~-anime/.86195

Unfortunately, it appears we can't count on Sentai for licensing ViVid, even later. I believe it was TheCoffeeGod that informed me Sentai is unable to license Aniplex of Japan titles.



That is awful. The backdoor nonsense in the industry has always held it back. Here's hoping Aniplex and Daisuke don't become the next Harmony Gold.
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Posted 4/4/15
Finally watched. Goodness gracious, I love the henshin scenes in Nanoha.

Good first episode, great to be back in Midchilda. Hopefully we'll learn more about Belka this time around. Seeing the StrikerS gang was nice, too.
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Posted 4/4/15 , edited 4/4/15
I'm hopping, I'm praying that crunchyroll will stream this

Someone anyone needs to stream this moe battling anime


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Posted 4/4/15
I just saw the first episode!
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Posted 4/4/15
Yo, you get me on a whole nother level, I just saw the first episode and I was weeping of how different it looked. A1 does this to so many things but why did they do this to the nanoha series :c
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Not sure if CR will ever pick this up but also hoping they will too. Anyways, episode 1:

Overall a decent set up with the main characters introduced, although I have to say that prior experience with the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha franchise would enhance the experience a bit.

I have some problems with the artwork though. I mean, the transformation is nice but the eyes on Vivio are so BIG. Her adult form seems mature though so that's good.

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Posted 4/4/15

TheAncientOne wrote:


maxgale wrote:

First Amagi, now Nanoha?

At least someone picked up Estcher & Logy recently.

At least with ViVid we'll have something of a understandable cause (i.e., Aniplex of Japan is no longer interested in streaming titles unless licensed by Aniplex of America). Basically, the lack of a ViVid license (or an Asia-only license) would be strong circumstantial evidence of this, due to it matching the circumstances for Dog Days'' (Dog Days 3).

Sentai was the company that licensed Escha & Logy:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-03-20/sentai-filmworks-licenses-atelier-escha-and-logy-~alchemists-of-the-dusk-sky~-anime/.86195

Unfortunately, it appears we can't count on Sentai for licensing ViVid, even later. I believe it was TheCoffeeGod that informed me Sentai is unable to license Aniplex of Japan titles.


Sounds like AoJ likes to shoot themselves in the foot. I cant see how doing these type of business practices can be beneficial in the long run seeing how the majority of the shows that they dont want to be licensed or streamed is simply just put on the net illegally with no potential of a pay off.
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