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  1. Discotek Media is releasing the full, 6-part Aim for the Top! Gunbuster OVA in April on blu-ray. Will include unspecified special features and a brand new English dub. It's available for preorder on Amazon and RightStuf.
  2. Specific thread for the upcoming release of the Frontier series on Blu-ray for Japan market AFAIK. Does not include the 2 movies. Includes all 25 episodes, storage case drawn by Risa Ebisa, 32pg booklet, Bonus disc and more. Estimated retail 27500yen. Info page: https://v-storage.bnarts.jp/sp-site/macross_f_bdbox/ Preorder sites (will update here if folks post in thread): A-On Store: a-onstore.jp Amazon Japan: with limited benefits and without limited benefits Amiami: amiami Animate: animate CDJapan: cdjapan Play Asia: play-asia
  3. This really should have it's own thread. There are NINE volumes coming with the first out on July 22nd. YES...they WILL have English subtitles which is a first for a Macross tv series. You can easily purchase them from Amazon Japan, CD Japan, AmiAmi, etc.
  4. A true anime classic by Gainax will come out in BD in october. Although the Bandai and Madman DVD releases are excellent, the temptation to get this one in BD quality will be strong. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-06-27/maiden-japan-to-release-royal-space-force-film-on-dvd/bd-in-october
  5. As a recent fan of the awesome Anime Classic,The Super Dimension Fortress Macross. I am aware that Sony Pictures Entertainment owns the movie rights to Robotech movie, as well as home video/digital distribution/internet streaming for the Robotech series. It also means that Sony Pictures Entertainment has the rights to re-release The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross, and Genesis Climber MOSPEADA. Because if Sony Pictures Entertainment did release the Ultimate The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Blu-Ray set, it would include the following: Master footage transfer based on the Japanese Blu-Ray release of The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: https://www.amazon.c...e/dp/B006QRCBG2 All DVD/Blu-Ray extras from the previous DVD releases such as AnimEigo/ADV, as well as Japanese DVD/Blu-Ray extras, along with new extras. Has the original Japanese audio from the Japanese Blu-Ray release complete with subtitles based on the ADV DVD release. (The AnimeEigo subtitles had a few errors corrected on the ADV releases.) Has the 2006 ADV English dub complete with a new redub featuring most of the actors reprising their roles from Robotech except for Hikaru Ichijyo being voiced by Vic Mignogna and Lynn Minmay by Mari Iijima. (note: both Vic Mignogna and Mari Iijima live in Los Angeles, where Sony Pictures Entertainment is located.) Would you buy the Ultimate Blu-Ray set if it got made alongside other additions, let me know?
  6. http://www.macrossworld.com/5878/macross-frontier-movie-boxset-announced-with-english-subtitles/
  7. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1216340396/708365687?token=107d75bf This hasn't officially launched yet, but if/when it does, I'm easily in for $100.
  8. I know that this: http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/index.php?showtopic=26575&&page=3 ...is the general MW Orguss topic, but I figured since it hadn't been updated since 2008 it would be OK to start a new thread.... now that it has been revealed to be on the way for an autumn release on Blu-ray! Remastered in high definition! (revealed inside the Macross Plus boxset) http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/index.php?showtopic=37865&p=1055413 This page should be updated with details soon: http://www.toei-video.co.jp/BD/orguss.html
  9. Details↓ http://www.macrossworld.com/5155/macross-frontier-bd-digital-remaster-boxset-announced/
  10. http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/news/20120106_502775.html Best news ever. Saving up is gonna be annoying though.
  11. Again, Hollywood proves to everyone that they have no ideas left YAMATO live action film!?!?!? I've got a bad feeling about this.
  12. Forum user Antibiotictab has come up with a scoop regarding details for the upcoming Macross 7 BD boxsets. There will be two separate boxsets, with an RRp of 2,9400yen each. Complete Fire 1 will be released on October 26 and includes eps 1-29 and 60mins worth of extras. Extras will include a tv special 'Macross Full Speed Ahead!', seven of the comical Macross 7 plus shorts, music videos for Try Again (acoustic ver.), Holy Lonely Night (Live ver.), and clean versions of OP & ED 'Seventh Moon' and 'My Friends.' Audio extras will include a new audio commentary track, 'Macross Festival '95', 'Macross 7 Fire Bomber Galaxy network Vol. 0', and  'Macross Dynamite 7 Fire Bomber Galaxy Fun Net.' Complete Fire 2will be released on December 21 and includes eps 30-49, The Galaxy is Calling Me theatrical movie and the 4 episode Dynamite 7 OVA, as well as an additional 60mins worth of extras. Extras will include the remaining Macross 7 plus shorts, a TV Commercial collection, 'Fire Movie Karaoke',  'Macross 25th Anniversary Live Digest', clean OP & ED for dakedo baby, Dynamite Explosion and parade, theatrical trailer, 'Macross festival '95', and the opening animation from the M3 Dreamcast game, as well as a newly recorded audio commentary. Both boxsets are currently available for preorder on Amazon Japan at a Complete Fire 1 preorder. Complete Fire 2 preorder. Read the full story here
  13. Yeah, it's coming: http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00IEY03YM So who's getting it?
  14. fyi. http://product.banda...em_no=BCXA-0719 msrp: 17850y preorder up in AmJ: http://www.amazon.co.jp/マクロスプラス-Complete-Blu-ray-Box-河森正治/dp/B00ANIC62E/e edit: just preordered it and AmJ is gonna charge me 13600y plus the usual 2000y for intl express-shipping fees, so 15600y all in all. hopefully AmiAmi or others have better preorder deals. release date is 6/21/13. ANN has a blurb: http://www.animenews...-on-bd-in-japan
  15. With the footage in the latest batch of trailers looking so gorgeous, I was curious as to who is going to be picking this set up and, if not, what it would need in order for you to do so. Trailers are on the official website → http://www.bandaivisual.co.jp/macrossII/
  16. I hope Shinji Aramaki is designing power armor for it as well as directing. Either way, I'm interested. http://www.starshiptroopersinvasion-movie.com/ http://www.aintitcool.com/node/51572
  17. Hey guys, returning after a long hiatus. Quick question, I remember back in the day the Animeigo version of SDF Macross was THE version to get, however in my cash strapped student days that was a difficult pill to swallow. These days the Animeigo version is out of print. Is there anything comparable on the market now? I've heard the ADV version is... not as good.
  18. Famitsu.com has broken the first news on the upcoming Bluray release of Do You Remember Love. The film will come in two flavours: the standard Hybrid Pack edition for 7140 yen and the Hybrid Pack 30th Anniversary Box for 13800 yen. Both versions include a packed in game âMy Boyfrendâs a Pilot 2012â on the movie bluray disc itself. The Hybrid Pack will include the following extras: -90 min special features disc: Flashback 2012 The beginnings of Macross: Kwawmori meets Miyatake Documentary - Do You Remember Love: Flashback 2012 Animation from past videogames based on Do You Remember Love Do You Remember the Taste? (collection of old tv commercials) Image Board Gallery Trailer collection Colour booklet Mini-size replication of the original theatrical booklet Mini poster collection Design sketch collection Outer box illustration by Tenjin Hidetaka Anime magazine archive Film strip (via Famitsu.com) Read the full story here
  19. No price announced as of yet, but great news nonetheless! http://augustragone.blogspot.jp/2013/06/science-ninja-team-gatchaman-flies.html
  20. Was just recently reminded of the DYRL movie and streamed it. Was immediately blown away, just like when I was a kid. Decided I must own this movie!! The problem, which version. Did some research and found that there are many versions on different formats. I understand that the latest BluRay version is edited/censored, so that is a "NO". Also found that there were some dvd versions released in the last few years, so possibly one of those. Can someone give me some advice or opinion on what is the best UNCUT version of this movie and why? If it happens to be an out of print or older edtion (or boot), that is fine too--don't mind hunting. I just want the best experience of the uncut movie. *I own a region-free dvd player, VHS player and Laserdisk player. THANK YOU!!
  21. Obligatory link to the old thread, now in the Hall of Supertopics. Anyway, Michael Bay's dream has come true, and Transformers hit on Blu-ray today. It took so long to load on my PS3 that I had to check Google to see if that was normal. I'm not sure if it was, since I do need to do a System Update, but it did eventually load. Anyway, visually I didn't notice a difference from the HD-DVD. Some people online seem to think it is better, and hey, maybe it is. My TV only does 720p/1080i, so maybe those of you with a 1080p TV will see a difference I don't. The audio is greatly improved, however. I dare say it is to the HD-DVD what the HD-DVD was to the DVD, although I am sorry to report that it's just Dolby TrueHD. The bassy blast from Blackout's EMP still seemed a bit bigger in the theater, but it's a huge improvement vs. the HD-DVD. Depending on how much you like the movie, you're mileage may vary. Aside from the audio, it's still basically the HD-DVD package. For me, though, I decided the improved audio and the fact that I can now stuff my 360's HD-DVD player in a closet and forget about it (Transformers was my last HD-DVD) was worth going Blue for.
  22. I'm planning to add English subs to my copy of DYRL BD and my initial forum search led me to these threads of interest: - Hurin's awesome subtitle upgrade (5/18/2005 Update): http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/index.php?showtopic=13965 - Hurin's other upgrade (10/6/2005 Update): http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/index.php?showtopic=13441 - Hurin mentioning re-timing his previous efforts for the 2007 R2 version: http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/index.php?showtopic=24267&page=6#entry546651 Although these were for older releases, I'm still interested (and only interested) in the SRT files that I can edit on my own (I imagine some of the timings will need to be adjusted for the BD release), but a few questions... 1. In the Working Files/Timed Scripts folder, there is an additonal "non-wide" version of the SRT file which ends on line 4481 (compared to 4457 in the other version). What is the difference (24 lines?) between the "non-wide" and "regular" version? 2. My first guess would be to use the latest update (10/6), but the SRT files between the 5/18 (macross-dyrl-r2-perfect-subs) and 10/6 (macross-dyrl-fx-subs-v2) versions all share the same file modification dates. Is it safe to assume that the SRT files used between the two versions are identical and that the updates/changes were only for the other files? 3. These were made in 2005. Has a more recent version appeared or were these pretty much already perfect, making further updates unnecessary? My plan is just to rip the movie then add subs and MKV it, so all I'm really missing is a good SRT file (that will no doubt need some adjustments). Interesting tidbit: my only other copy of DYRL is a "perfect edition" that I picked up at Amazon and I'm 99.9% sure it was built using Hurin's subs.
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