Yeah, yeah, yeah...should've, would've, couod've? What's done is done, stop beating the dead horse, can't get any deader, maybe come back to un-life, but not any deader. Maybe you're just looking for someone to pat u in the back or a cookie, well then here u go:
pat, pat..."Good work TheAncientOne, good work"... pat, pat
A pat on the back would be due only if I had accomplished something.
What I would like is an explanation for why someone couldn't be bothered to even check the broadcast schedule when a problem was called to their attention. Read More...
mngapro wrote: guess i should try wathcing the first last exile then lol that sounded weird but what about the OVA for that one anime that has the girl with the orange hair? and she likes those sister anime games and the only person that knows about her obsession is her brother. haha i forgot the title of it but there was supposed to be an OVA for it, when is that coming out?
I was wondering what the simulcast for this season would be.
Particularly since they haven't put up Ro-Kyu-Bu! yet.
It may not be alone this season. When I initially came here to check out the News section after seeing the news on this at ANN, I was surprised to see a mention about "three new simulcasts". Unfortunately, I didn't open the linked article in a new tab, and thus lost any chance to do a screen shot, and the link didn't work.
I could not help but notice that when Saya left her school, we didn't see a single vehicle on the streets, nor did we see a single other person, even in the middle of town, until she arrived home.
I have to wonder if this has some deeper significance, or if it was simply a method employed to reduce animation cost, and it was thought (apparently rightfully so) that few would take any notice of it.
mitamaking wrote: I just signed up and as someone who has never used Nico Nico before, can I turn off the comments being covered on the video, I mean now that it is simulcast I am going to check it out. Also, can I pause the player and let the videos buffer?
Yes, you can turn the comments off. The toggle for comments is the button at the bottom right that looks like a speech balloon with "..." inside.
The videos do appear to buffer. I have yet to press play, but the bar at the bottom of the screen is growing.
Slowhand wrote: Shows expire at Midnight CT start of Friday in Texas; Thursday at 10:00pm in California
So, if you're on Eastern Time, that would be 11pm on Thursday.
Shouldn't the deadline date for these shows be moved up a day then?
After all, if you survey 10 people on what "Deadline: April 15, 2011" means, I would wager good money at least 9 would say it means that the last day to take action (watch an episode, pay a bill, enter a contest) is the deadline date, not the day before.
I was making my way through more episodes of Super GALS! tonight, but when I hit episode 32, I noticed it was already MIA.
Unless there is a reason for episode 32 already being gone, it would be nice to have it restored before it goes away for good, especially as I have already viewed the other episodes that would be on that same DVD.
Babel II and Demon Lord Dante show on Hulu as not expiring until 11/30/2011. Is that an error, or is someone other than The Anime Network providing those to Hulu?
The Coffee God wrote: This is one of the more anticipated series of the season, but so far, it looks like this one hasn't got a simulcast yet.
I wonder if this is the last CR simulcast announcement.
Or maybe we'll get really lucky, and Sentai/TAN will simulcast two series this season! -one can dream- Hidan no Aria was actually the one I was expecting to be TAN's simulcast this season, primarily because until TAN simulcast Infinite Statos this season, no series that had TBS as the primary network had been simulcast in the past 2 years, and Aria is also a TBS series.
With the simulcast they announced for Spring 2011, they actually broke another long dry spell, as it had been a year since the last anime from SHAFT had been simulcast.
As for Crunchyroll's last(?) simulcast announcement of the season, there are strong indications it will be Ao no Exorcist.
I expect the best we can hope for Aria the Scarlett Ammo is that Sentai licenses it quickly, as they did with Yumekui Merry (another TBS series) not long into the Winter season. An eventual DVD release and possible rollout to the online player is certainly better than no license at all.
Suddenly this morning I lost my paid (premium) status, despite the fact my last 3 month membership of $18.98 was paid on 01/19/2011.
I watched Kampfer episode 8 in 720p with no problem earlier, but when I went to watch an episode of Canaan immediately after, I was given the Hulu player subtitled version only. I noted my login said [registered] instead of the usual [premium], so I logged out and logged in again, but nothing changed. As expected, when I tried to view the same episode of Kampfer again, no go.
The reason I am posting this to the forum rather than sending an e-mail is that I am curious if this is a bug in the system that will also affect other premium subscribers.
In my Fall 2010 Anime topic over at Crunchyroll, I still have MM! down as a an October 2 premiere, because ANN appears to be the only source showing the premiere date as October 26, while Fansub Wiki, Mandragon, and Moetron all show it as October 2.