Taka: On that note, think the YouTube streaming options need to be updated. Besides the mess with Funi...
-Rightstuf/ Nozomi: No issues here for now. Actually have a fair number of their title catalog on their channel. As long as Rightstuf doesn't do anything, may be tempted to do a voting for this down the line. -Daisuki: They shut down a few years ago and get a 404 when I try to click on the provided link for their channel. Think it would be safe to remove the link to this. -Anime on Demand: No activity on their channel since 2016 and they only have several single episodes to titles. -Aniplex: All they have is trailers to anime within their catalog. -Manga: Much like Funi, all the videos to titles on their channel have been set to Private. Then again, Manga hasn't been active in the American anime scene in years.
Someday I’ll be gone To somewhere that we belong And God has never played his role 'Cause I’m the one who saves my soul It’s a perfect world we’re longing for
I got an Ipad pro with a US data sim card in it and downloaded Crunchyroll, Disney +l and Netflix, I'm wondering what would happen if I go on a flight from the US to the Middle East. Would I get the content of the US while I'm on the plane or would it continue switching regions until I reach my destination?
Level-5 announced on Monday that it will begin service for Manga-5, a new creative communication website for manga, on October 15. The website will function as a workshop that allows users to share and support manga, both professional and amateur. There will also be manga contests with various themes. The company began streaming an announcement trailer:
The Map Makers by writer Yoichi Komori (Tenjin) and artist Syuji Takeya (Astral Project) Cleo to Fushisha no Mori by Taisuke Umeki Kabushiki Gaisha Gokudо̄ Game Gumi by Monkey Chop Enma no Kyūjitsu (Enma's Holiday) by Yumiko Sudо̄ Kiwami no Shiina by writer Daiki Watanabe and artist Ume Daijōbu Club by Mai Inoue Yorozu Kagiya no Jikenjо̄ by Shо̄ Shibamoto Hosuto! Gо̄enji no Hitorigoto by Miho Asada Otome Yūsha ~Next Adventure~ by scenario writer Chisa Saeki, character designer Chihatsu Kurahana, and composer Rei Kondoh