I'm a Verizon FIOS subscriber to the Anime Network. I have been a long time fan of Anime and I do like the offerings. However, you guys have been hyping the feature Mardock Scramble for a while and I was so stoked to see it. It was supposed to start on 9/1, but I can't find it in the Verizon FIOS Anime Network folder. Where is it?
I was wondering if similar to HBO, STARZ, and others if you guys could make access to ANO part of the cable subscription? For example, I have HBO as part of my Verizon FIOS service and along with that HBO provides a service called HBO Go where I can watch any HBO program on my computer. Have you guys given some thought to something like that?
You are not understanding what I am saying. I KNOW that the Anime network is a pay subscription, after all I DID order it and am able to access it just fine. My issue is that there is content missing.
Normally, the Amime Network breaks up the VOD offerings into these categories:
Super Happy Fun Time
The Cutting Edge
Each of these categories contain Anime that matches the genre. The issue I am talking about here is that in the FIOS Anime Network subscription, the Cutting Edge category and all of the anime that goes there is NOT present as part of the offering. The Cutting Edge contains all of the more violent, graphic, and intricately plotted anime offerings that got me into anime in the first place. I had this when I was using The Anime Network on Comcast and I loved the offerings under that category. I'm just trying to find out why it is not present on Verizon FIOS.