Totally agree. Season 1 was a total binge that I couldn't stop watching. Not read the manga but heard the story after season 1 was totally rushed and resulted in what we have. Season 2 and 3 made no sense to me. This is the only anime I hope gets a reboot in the same fashion Full Metal Alchemist got as the source material is brilliant.
That link you gave is the re series, which comes after the original series, as far as I'm aware.
Thank you so much for responding (y)
Damn should have waited as bought with 5% off. Never mind.
Am I the only one hoping that this will end with a score of 666? :D
I personally don’t need the English subtitles but it’s been confirmed that the DVD and Blu-ray will come with English subtitles so will be import friendly. Don’t get the bluray as the region code is different in Japan to UK unlike for DVD. delivery is a little expensive but if you don’t fancy the illegal stream which I’m sure will crop up; https://www.cdjapan.co.jp/product/ANSB-16001?s_ssid=e41cf06088562e182a
Oh, I didn't know that. Thanks for the info! :)
Order the DVD from Japan. It has same region code as UK.
It's sad how the UK is literally the last country in the world where it's going it be released. North America and Australia are getting it a month earlier!
Thanks! For some reason I have kindle credit, so free for me :)
ah, yes i linked to the wrong one, i was looking for it in Italian - good info - cheers
Most of the "Kindle and Comixology" titles are linked, even when they are not actually available directly through Comixology - I have a fair number of titles that are like this. As far as I can see, Corto Maltese is available on both sites, but only the French version.
It may well sort itself out, but the disconnect between the 2 services is a little annoying atm. I was looking at this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Corto-Maltese-noir-blanc-ballade/dp/2203122838/ and i thought, 'thats interesting, i haven't seen the kindle&comixology before' then searched for the book on comixology and it wasn't there - in fact IIRC no Corto Maltese stuff was.
Only one volume of this series is currently on Comixology (the non-discounted one for Kindle). Hopefully when the others are added to Comixology they will carry over from Kindle.
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I purely watch Sub it's down to personal preference to some degree but for me it's because I want the original translation funimation in particular have started altering dialogue and adding unnecessary politically correct crap to it if it's in their in the first place it doesn't bother me
I loved the dub show, can't wait for final season. Been looking to get the manga. s this a good deal, of u pay for everything?
On Funimation and then later Toonami in the US at least..
It depends. Some of the dubs are awful and unwatchable in my opinion. I’ll take a decent dub over subs any day though. It’s just easier to watch.
I only watch subs on the other hand. It feels more natural and I want to hear original tone of voice of the characters even though I do not understand much of Japanese. I've never liked dubs. Personal preference I guess. It's good to have a choice!
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Yeah that was weird, I thought the cover on this was terrible so wondered if the inside was any better. Seem to be a lot of these how to draw Manga books written by westerners who can't draw manga either.
Got to agree - Uzamaki is one of the few comics I can say I find genuinely disturbing. I have quite a bit of Ito's English-translated manga, and I'm not sure any of it was published by Kodansha so that is probably why there is so little of his work here.
Can't recommend Junji Ito's work enough, easily the best horror manga artist around, shame it's locked away at the top tier and isn't his most iconic series (one of the ones here is even a comedy).
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