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    Default Re: RIP Bandai Entertainment (1998-2012)

    This is pretty bad. So much for getting re-releases of older Bandai series. :( I've been holding out hoping for a re-release of the Ronin Warriors boxset for over 10 years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakkuEbansu View Post
    Isn't 4Kids bankrupt too?
    Because if not, the only good thing about the recession is gone for me.
    They are,thing is though that they won their court case,I think on account of the other side being too rude and aggressive

    So they are in the clear for that. But that doesn't exactly mean they are out of the woods yet

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    Just an update: Namco Bandai have also done the same to European distributor Beez Entertainment. Meaning that now the UK market is split between MangaUK, MVM and the new KazeUK.

    Quote Originally Posted by Masterge77 View Post
    First ADV, then Tokyopop, now BANDAI!? Only Funimation and Viz Media (and 4Kids) are left now (unless I missed one). Anime is becoming an endangered species outside of Japan with all these anime companies shutting down...
    There's still Media Blasters, Sentai Filmworks, AniplexUSA and NIS America iirc.

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    Sucks so many people are going to miss out on Turn A Gundam.

    I just watched the series myself this month, and it's probably the most unique take on the franchise and overall a pretty unique anime with nice animation, a folk-inspired OST, and great characters and mech designs.

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