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04-13-12, 9:01 AM

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So Sweden gets them, but not Norway? That's nice.

Not.
 
05-23-12, 2:24 AM

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Thats just cuz' Sweden is just a little bit better than Norway. :)
 
05-26-12, 10:26 AM

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This is great, great news.
 
06-04-12, 7:53 AM

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No Romania? Fine with me. I can continue self-justifying the piracy :D
 
06-04-12, 9:28 PM

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Didn't even see all the smart-assery on the first page here until now. Jesus Christ, people, find something important to bitch about, will you?

And thanks, shanimebib.
 
06-04-12, 10:40 PM

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06-05-12, 9:44 AM

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Confucius said:
Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: North America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


North America is not a country
Neither is America.
 
06-08-12, 3:34 PM

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Sohei said:
Confucius said:
Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: North America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


North America is not a country
Neither is America.

Seriously.

Seriously.

Since it's apparently so Goddamn important...
 
06-12-12, 4:25 PM

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If this means cinema release it would be awesome if they packed the three films together into one movie here in Sweden since it will probably take aaaages before they get here anyway.... but that will never happen. :P
 
06-28-12, 5:03 PM

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It's always Sweden. No love for Norway :(
 
07-12-12, 3:14 PM

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Not also in Brazil, I am glad that I can download the Internet, but I wanted to buy a copy. I already have the manga here in Rio.


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07-29-12, 7:56 PM

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Was it shown in UK cinemas?
 
12-14-12, 5:00 AM

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Where in Sweden I can watch these on big screen?
 
12-14-12, 5:33 AM

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Thank you
 
12-20-12, 4:46 PM

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It's licenced in Sweden, yet there's been no theater or home release... Typical.
I'm a douche. Deal with it.
 
02-12-13, 10:13 AM

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Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries included are: U.S.A.*, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

*Clarification: While the English translation of the countries listed in the official Facebook page begins with "North America, Canada[...]", the Japanese release begins with "America, Canada[...]".

Source: Oricon, ANN


Surprised :o
 
02-16-13, 3:29 PM

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Yay. Where in the Netherlands can i buy it?
 
02-16-13, 3:46 PM

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The movies suck anyways, for a multitude of reasons - primarily being that the actual story is missing and the CGI butchers all the fight scenes anyways. To me it's the biggest anime disappointment of them all.
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04-04-13, 10:09 AM

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Mzak said:
It's always Sweden. No love for Norway :(

Or Finland.
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04-10-13, 6:41 AM

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Not Finland?! God fucking damn it! ¤#=?"&!`/
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