Nyekun wrote:No Blu-Ray for Kara no Kyoukai? What is this madness?
Aniplex of America announced at its panel at Sakura-Con on Friday that it will release the Bakemonogatari television anime series in North America. Aniplex did not specify if it will release the series digitally or on home video. Aniplex will premiere the series' first episode at Sakura-Con on Saturday.
The 15-episode anime series adapts NisiOisin's Bakemonogatari light novels. The short stories in NisiOisin's two volumes of Bakemonogatari deal with a high school boy named Koyomi Araragi and strange students he encounters. ("Bakemonogatari" is a wordplay on the Japanese term bakemono for supernatural creatures and the term monogatari for stories.) The series originally aired in Japan in 2009.
vampko wrote:Can't wait to pay hundreds of dollars for Bake : D
Daverost wrote:for lack of a better and more politically correct word, retarded.
Sheleigha wrote:Aw c'mon you CAN be more positive with the regular edition stuff! I mean, $70 for an Oreimo LE wasn't a bad price for them, especially since it is an LE... It just... depends on the show... Madoka come with tons of goodies in their LE too! And the different tiered releases for Madoka aren't that bad...
Sheleigha wrote:Besides, I come from an era of collecting anime when boxsets WERE $100. I know we're getting spoiled now by the low low prices... Still, NO REGRETS for my Sailor Moon boxsets!
LAMV wrote:Yes, they *were* that expensive years ago. That doesn't mean they should always be that way. Publishers know better now. Or rather, they're supposed to.
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