Post Reply Digitization of anime
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Posted 5/25/17 , edited 5/25/17
So these days, when you look for a certain tv show or movie, you would most likely find it on Itune for 9.99 dollars pay download. So for the animes, why not do the same like have it posted for pay download on Itune the next day after the TV release with translation and sell it for 9.99 dollars. I myself would like to own a record of the anime. They can even cooperate with fansubs. Lastly, promote the drawings of anime by hosting pages on Facebook.


P.S. I am completely happy leeching off anime industries , with that said it's time for video overdose
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Posted 5/25/17 , edited 5/25/17
Lol that last demand kind of came out of left field.

It would make sense, they'd probably make money from the more impatient fans too. But it's Japan, they are ahead of the curve in some ways and behind it in others.
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Actually Itunes doesn't really have as much anime as they used to.

They used to put out all of the newer series not long after they aired, but they only did that for AoT2 and Academia 2
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