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|Posted by: Mochan May 2 2004, 01:46 AM|
|I just watched, Tokyo Godfathers and man...it definitely wasn't what I thought it would be. But wow, was it even better than I thought it would be! I really liked how they just had one coincidence after another. It was very well put together, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Did anyone else see it yet?|
|Posted by: lillychan May 2 2004, 11:10 AM|
| I haven't seen it yet, but heard about it. Need to check it out soon^.^ Tokyo Godfathers was at the theaters here, but only for a week. So Takuto-kun and I didn't get to see it...
|Posted by: Mochan May 2 2004, 01:46 PM|
|oh wow, it was in the theaters? Was Cowboy Bebop in the theaters there? I saw that one in the theaters, it was neat.|
|Posted by: lillychan May 2 2004, 02:29 PM|
Yeah Tokyo Godfathers was at our dextrel theater here in columbus, ohio and so was Cowboy Bebop. Of course I didn't see Cowboy Beboy in the theater I download a bootleg copy before it reach over here. ^.^ I would of love to see it in the theaters.
OO did you here that Inuyasha's First Movie is releasing over here?! And so is the second movie too!!!!
Inu Yasha Movies Coming Soon (2004-04-29 01:55:45)
According to http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/article.php?id=4923 (published by Viz), "A DVD release of the first http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=159 [will come] this summer, then a DVD release of the second movie later this year." Source: http://www.animeondvd.com/ .
This information also came from http://groups.yahoo.com/group/adinuyasha/
|Posted by: Mochan May 3 2004, 07:43 PM|
|Yeah I did hear about that from AnimeNation. I'm trying to get the bootleg copy of the third movie, but it hasn't been bootlegged yet. ^^;|
|Posted by: Anime AngeL May 5 2004, 12:33 AM|
|Wait a minute. The Inuyasha movies are coming out on DVD here? It's not a rumor? GAH! And I bought the DVD for both of those movies for Christmas. Is it going to be dubbed in English or have subtitles?|
|Posted by: Mochan May 5 2004, 11:54 AM|
|Nope, no rumor. It's probably be in both dubbed and subbed. ^^ I only heard of the first one being released but apparently so is the second one. Doesn't surprise me, they're dubbed Inuyasha pretty quick, in my opinion, about time they released the movies!|
|Posted by: lillychan May 5 2004, 08:30 PM|
No its not a rummor....as a matter of fact the first movie will make its first appearing at Anime Expro this year in July! Then some where after that theres talk of the second movie either coming out at the end of this end or the begining of next! Yeah the anime is getting dub pretty quick! Thats good since theres a rummor (not official, yet if you all heard) about the anime ending in September^.^. I know the manga will be ending in Oct! ^.^
As for the DVDs they will be both dub and sub! Go Viz^.^!!!!!!
|Posted by: Mochan May 6 2004, 10:54 AM|
|Yeah I heard about the anime ending in September too. If you think about it, that's still a lot of episodes, so it's possible that it'll get finished. I hope so though, I've been waiting for it to get finished so I can get the last 20 or so episodes, heh.|
|Posted by: lillychan Aug 1 2004, 10:57 PM|
| OO Mochan,
I forgot to mention that Takuto-kun and I had a chance to see Tokyo Godfathers^^. We show it back in May at ACen...I totally forgot to mention that we did get to see it!
As for more updates on Inuyasha first movie out over here: (Posted from VIZ)
IN THEATERS SUMMER 2004
ON DVD SEPTEMBER 2004
(Yea! Birthday present for me! My b-day is on 9/11^^)
2004 PRESS RELEASES
VIZ ANNOUNCES THEATRICAL PREMIERE OF INUYASHA: AFFECTIONS TOUCHING ACROSS TIME
First feature film of popular anime series to make North American debut at Comic-Con 2004
San Francisco, CA, July 13, 2004 - VIZ, LLC, one of the leading publishers and distributors of manga and anime for North American audiences, has formally announced the North American theatrical premiere of Inuyasha: Affections Touching Across Time, the first feature film of the widely popular anime fantasy series released in the United States. Inuyasha: Affections Touching Across Time will debut at Comic-Con 2004, to be held July 22-25 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.
Inuyasha has established itself as one of the top manga/anime properties in North America and Japan due to its stunning artwork, beautiful animation, compelling characters and sophisticated storytelling. Inuyasha currently airs on Cartoon Network.
The film, based on author Rumiko Takahashi's manga about the adventures of a half-demon dog boy, was originally released in December 2001 in Japan to critical acclaim. Inuyasha: Affections Touching Across Time is an action-filled, suspenseful story that pits Inuyasha against a powerful demon from China named Menomaru. Two hundred years ago, Inuyasha's father managed to seal Menomaru's evil demon father, Hyoga, away in a tomb, but a shard from the magical Shikon Jewel freed the son, Menomaru, allowing him to escape his imprisonment and threaten the entire land. It now falls to Inuyasha, along with his friends, to find away to stop Menomaru from wrecking havoc on civilization. Inuyasha: Affections Touching Across Time offers a new and exciting storyline and characters not previously seen in the manga titles.
Legions of Inuyasha fans will have the opportunity to see Inuyasha: Affections Touching Across Time when VIZ offers free screenings in the United States and Canada in eight major cities, including Baltimore, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Philadelphia, New York and Toronto. The company will announce specific dates and theatres at Comic-Con and also post the information on the VIZ website, at www.VIZ.com.
"We are extremely proud and excited to premiere Inuyasha: Affections Touching Across Time to North American audiences who are extremely enthusiastic about its release." said Anthony Jiwa, director of marketing for VIZ, LLC. "So many people have embraced Inuyasha with such dedication, it continues to remain one of the most popular and best selling manga and anime properties in North America."
As proof positive of the importance fans play in VIZ's continued success, VIZ will feature an exciting once in a lifetime opportunity for fans - VIZ will have a special sound booth at Comic-Con, where fans and visitors will have the chance to audition to be a voice over extra on an upcoming Inuyasha DVD. The winner will record their extra part at Ocean Studios in Vancouver, Canada and will have the opportunity to meet some of the English language voice actors.
The DVD edition of Inuyasha: Affections Touching Across Time will be released by VIZ on September 7, along with a new DVD boxed set containing the entire first season's 27 episodes. To date, Inuyasha videos and DVDs have sold more than half a million copies in North America and sales continue to increase. Most recently the latest DVD volume of Inuyasha Vol.18: The Demon Within, was named the best selling anime home video on the Nielsen VideoScan list, for the week ending 06.01.2004
Check out the listings to see if the movie is coming to a theater near you!
For news on the second movie. What I've heard that it will be out on DVD this X'mas^^. Can't wait! I'm asking for it on DVD for X'mas^^ (though I already have both dvds^^ but their bootlegs....love to have the both dub/sub^^. I haven't really seen that much of the dub...but I sure love Richard Cox and Scott McNeil and this is why!^^)----->
note: I'm dress as Kagome. From left to right--->
Scott McNeil(voice of Duo Maxwell from GW and Kouga from Inuyasha), Me as Kagome, Mindy my friend and Richard Cox(voice of Ranma 1/2 and Inuyasha)
Thats it for now!
|Posted by: azumi Nov 22 2005, 01:16 AM|
cool i have watch sere-myu & it cool
|Posted by: luvpgsm Dec 3 2005, 11:24 PM|
what is sere-myu? is it a other sailor moon like live action
|Posted by: ^_^ mamo-chan Apr 14 2006, 12:02 PM|
sere-myu is cool...i luv the singing ....the best is La Soidler...com'on everyone luv that right