Post by Marshal Victory on Jun 25, 2017 22:00:40 GMT
Safe to say for its catagory it was above average. Comedy was good. Animation was on point an the overall story good. Would say it was great for ecchi fans as it took it just far enuff to be funny an had a good amount of action mixed with comedy.
"Civilized men are more discourteous than savages because they know they can be impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing." — Robert E. Howard, The Tower of the Elephant (1933)
News on the FUNimation home release, it will not be completely uncensored, just a mix of broadcast and uncut scenes
FUNimation Entertainment confirmed with ANN that its home video release of Tsugumomo uses "a combination of uncensored and TV broadcast materials based on what was available from the licensor." Funimation's stream of the series, while labelled "uncut," also uses some broadcast episodes.
Television anime use various methods to censor images that cannot appear on television, but typically remove these for the home video releases. The Japanese Blu-ray Disc release reportedly has uncut versions for all the episodes — fans have posted screenshots online but ANN has not independently confirmed the images.
For example, Funimation's uncut version of first episode removes a soap bottle that was covering Kiriha's nipple. However, the eighth episode on Funimation's release still obscures Kokuyou's nipples in a bath scene. Both Kiriha and Kokuyou appear as adults, though Kiriha also has a child form that appears in some scenes (including the bath scene in episode eight).
The official website for the Tsugumomotelevision anime announced on Wednesday that the series will get a second season titled Tsugu Tsugumomo that will premiere in 2020. Ryōichi Kuraya is returning to direct the season and handle series composition, and Zero-G will again animate the series. Toei began streaming a promotional video for the announcement that summarizes the first anime season.
The crowdfunding campaign to fund a new original video anime (OVA) for the Tsugumomo anime franchise announced on April 19 that the campaign has reached its 6 million yen stretch goal (about US$53,500) to make the OVA have a runtime of 20 minutes or more. The campaign has earned 6,974,000 yen (about US$62,200) as of press time. The campaign will end on Friday.
The campaign launched on March 7, and reached its initial 3 million yen (about US$26,869) goal for a 10-minute episode after 14 hours.
The OVA will feature "slightly ecchi episodes that can't be broadcast on TV." The project will release a manga volume that will bundle the OVA in 2020. Depending on the funds raised, the length of the anime and number of episodes will increase. Ryōichi Kuraya will direct and write the script for the OVA, and Zero-G will animate it.
The anime will also get a second season titled Tsugu Tsugumomo that will premiere in 2020. Ryōichi Kuraya is returning to direct the season and handle series composition, and Zero-G will again animate the series.
Taka: Oh I see next Mon is a holiday in Japan hence why today is a big amount of manga releases and news of upcoming manga. Edit: The holiday is Labor Thanksgiving Day which is on Nov. 23.
Nov 21, 2020 1:24:38 GMT
Old Man Dream: Wanted to pass along that I'm done with Lilo and Stitch as of a half-hour ago. Not sure if I'll get a review up tonight. But if not, should more than likely get it done sometime tomorrow.
Nov 23, 2020 2:14:47 GMT
Master Monster Menos: Back after my job had me laid off and ended up having to relocate afterwards. Your usual updates will return from here. Thank you Taka for your help as always.
Nov 23, 2020 13:48:45 GMT
Taka: I was going to comment more. I have to write up my daily reports. I got a 2nd job, it's a temporary job online regarding social media and COVID-19 outreach towards an ethnic community. I woke up at a weird time but I slept more than 10 hours due to feeling
Nov 24, 2020 14:07:40 GMT
Taka: sick or something. The 2019 manga project and the Best Anime Vice stuff will be posted before the end of November. I will get it done.
Nov 24, 2020 14:07:41 GMT
Old Man Dream: So.... dragging my heels for another 2.5 weeks before Ralph Breaks the Internet is available on Disney+? Yay!
Nov 25, 2020 3:22:00 GMT
Taka: Really? Disney is slow to add the stuff that already got released. Same goes for DC Universe. Then DC UNiverse got converted into a comic only app. Well, Disney has more success. I think the other streaming sites are trying to hold on for money too.
Nov 25, 2020 3:33:37 GMT
Old Man Dream: Ralph Breaks the Internet is on Netflix. One of the remaining Disney movies that have yet to hit Disney+ because of prior streaming agreements Disney had in place before launching their streaming site.
Nov 25, 2020 5:35:29 GMT