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Gundam Uc 06 720p Movies

Updated October 12, 2022, By C.M Edwards: Gundam continues to be a dominating force in the mecha anime genre. The franchise has ramped up the creation of more content in the past year, announcing a string of new properties and media such as video games, live-action movies, and new anime series. New additions to the video game catalog come in the form of Gundam Evolution, a team-based competitive arena shooter, and SD Gundam Battle Alliance, an RPG multiplayer game that lets players pilot their favorite Mobile Suit in hopes of repairing Gundam's fractured timelines. With the recent release of Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch Of Mercury, additional Gundam anime have also been made available for streaming.

Gundam Uc 06 720p Movies

The Gundam series, created in 1979 by Yoshiyuki Tomino, is one of the highest-grossing media franchises of all time. It's estimated to have generated a total of $20 billion. It spawned numerous TV series, movies, manga, and video games, and an entire industry of plastic Gundam models known as Gunpla. Gunpla, on its own, makes up 90 percent of Japanese character plastic-model sales.

Please can we get a 1080p or 720p of Naruto Shippuden 1-500 with dual audio (ENG & JAP)(487-500 was dubbed and has been completely released since March I'm pretty sure, just no decent encodes available anywhere.) Thanks (:

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hey guys anyone still looking for a good torrent of naruto shippuden in dual audio, go to torrentz2 dot eu and search "naruto shippuden sotark" and somebody has done a nice HEVC 56GB dual audio torrent. (480p dvdrip) for e1-153 and 720p e154-500 from 1080p itunes rips as source. Pretty good torrent that will have to do until some day a 1080p torrent with better encoding is available. That said Sotarks copy is still a great copy.

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Thank you very much for the original Naruto Series. I seeded over 1TB back while watching them over the course of the last few days. The quality is great for a 720p DVD-Rip. I recommend to anyone looking to watch any of these series on this website, to use an app called WebTorrent. It will let you stream individual episodes from a torrent instead of having to download an entire folder. Thanks!

I've seen this brought up a couple of times on the ANN forums, and it does have me thinking, so I decided to ask your opinion on about it. As time goes on, the OVA (& movie, to an extent) market for anime is definitely dwindling in terms of licensing, partially because you just don't get the same mass value you get by buying a 12/13-episode box set now. Also, since older anime is such a hard sell, many short productions from the past just aren't as viable on their own now like they were back in the 90s & early 00s, though there are some exceptions (mainly whatever Discotek licenses). But one interesting thing Sentai did somewhat recently was a pair of double-packs, which each featured two short OVAs together on one DVD. Continuing off of that idea, could there be any feasibility in licensing & releasing a bunch of these OVAs & movies in bulk, similar to how there are companies who release those ridiculous 50 movie DVD sets?

Now, naturally, I know that those 50 movie sets can happen due to the existence of the public domain, and I'm not sure if Japan has something like that (at least, when it comes to anime), but could even something like, at most, a 10-pack work? There are plenty of companies that have made all sorts of productions that would make no sense in licensing on their own, but might have some larger appeal if it they were packed together, especially if there was a theme to the collection. For example, Toei made numerous short movies for titles like Hell Teacher Nube, Magical Taruruuto-kun, Sakigake!! Otokojuku, & Rokudenashi Blues, which would all be tough sells on their own, but together as a collection (a 9-pack, in this case) it would make an interesting look at the kinds of series Shonen Jump was known for from the late-80s to the mid-90s, which arguably could have a slightly larger appeal. You could also look at the multitude of titles made during the OVA boom of the 80s. Licensing each of the movies would likely cost more to license than it would cost to simply license them all together as a mass package deal, but would this idea even seem feasible in the first place? Would a Japanese company even agree to such an idea, or would they frankly not care how it's released, as long as they get their minimum guarantee (and possible profits, should such a crazy idea actually work)?


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