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Dec 21, 2012 7:49 PM

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YES YES YESSS! Crunchyroll is streaming Achiga-hen :D :D :D :D
 
Dec 21, 2012 10:41 PM

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*hopes for Senran Kagura to get a simulcast*

Needs more exposure so we can get the anime licensed and the games here.


I imagine that somebody will simulcast that. Obviously, Crunchyroll streaming it would be better since CR's streams are quite good and usually covers at least major English speaking countries. I wouldn't be surprised if Funimation got it though.
 
Dec 22, 2012 12:09 AM

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Ideally, you'd pay for Crunchyroll and then download fansubs so that you can actually enjoy what you're watching in actual English, with at least an effort at typesetting. Look at Commie, they just use Crunchy's scripts and add karaoke, typesetting, and usually, some semblance of life to the robotic subs CR puts out. I legitimately feel bad for anyone who exclusively watches anime on Crunchyroll, it's like getting half of a fansub. Not that Commie is your best bet, but they're almost always better than HorribleSubs.

Protip: Downloading a fansub isn't hurting anyone, but watching lesser-quality subs is hurting someone, namely yourself. Do whatever you need to do so that you can sleep at night, but don't fool yourself into thinking that Crunchyroll is ever your best choice.

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Dec 22, 2012 12:20 AM

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njd09 said:
Ideally, you'd pay for Crunchyroll and then download fansubs so that you can actually enjoy what you're watching in actual English, with at least an effort at typesetting. Look at Commie, they just use Crunchy's scripts and add karaoke, typesetting, and usually, some semblance of life to the robotic subs CR puts out. I legitimately feel bad for anyone who exclusively watches anime on Crunchyroll, it's like getting half of a fansub. Not that Commie is your best bet, but they're almost always better than HorribleSubs.

Protip: Downloading a fansub isn't hurting anyone, but watching lesser-quality subs is hurting someone, namely yourself. Do whatever you need to do so that you can sleep at night, but don't fool yourself into thinking that Crunchyroll is ever your best choice.


You guys take this stuff too seriously. I mean, whats the real difference? Slightly better picture quality or a bit different translation? Who cares unless you're just obsessed with staring at the picture to find minor faults or if you know Japanese itself to be able to tell the differences in whats being said. Crunchyroll is fine for what I want out of my anime watching experience. I'll watch fansubs for stuff Crunchy doesn't have, but unless its like a week late on Crunchy, I'll just watch it there instead of getting fansubs.

 
Dec 22, 2012 12:45 AM

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People who think CR isn't good enough need to step back on the self-entitlement. What's with this need to have dancing karaoke, over-styled subtitles, and layering English text over Japanese signs? I remember when anime fans got mad at that last one. Sheesh.
 
Dec 22, 2012 12:53 AM

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and layering English text over Japanese signs? I remember when anime fans got mad at that last one. Sheesh.

I really wish I knew what happened here too. This used to be a cardinal sin, and now some groups think it's a must-do. And it always looks like crap. There's a race to the bottom in try-harding for some groups and they just screw things up in the process. I'm so glad CR doesn't (can't with the streaming tech really) do it. Also, karaoke is superfluous (even downright annoying most of the time) as is most subtitle styling. CR uses a good, simple, readable font. They also, vast majority of the time, translate things in a style I like. There are very few cases where CR does something poorly, and like hell am I going to go with a group like commie that just takes their subs and then localizes them for shits and giggles. There are a couple groups I'd trust as much as or more than CR but not to such a degree that it affects my decisions, unless CR's delayed for some reason (I'm using UTW for Shinsekai for example). My support for CR has very little to do with them being "legitimate", it's really more because they just do it right and (usually, depending on the TV station they contract with) quickly.

So in any case, may CR's dominance continue for a long time to come. I couldn't be happier, so keep the simulcasts coming.
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Dec 22, 2012 1:20 AM

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Crunchyroll:


    Saki: Achiga-hen - Episode of Side-A Specials (Final 3 episodes of Saki Episode of Side A)
    Territories: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden.
    Streaming dates: Episode 13 7:30am on December 24.

    All above streaming dates are PDT for premium members.

This post will be continuously updated as more simulcasts are announced.


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YES! :)
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Dec 22, 2012 5:44 AM

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Sorry, due to licensing limitations, videos are unavailable in your region.
These videos require a Premium Membership for your region.

Hopefully Central Europe (minus the Netherlands) will get some titles this time. (There were only 3 Fall 2012 titles available here; the Netherlands had 9)
Not sure about other people, but I'm not going to keep paying if none of the shows available are interesting for me. If there's not going to be much more available here then I'm not going to renew Premium Membership either. If it was a complete show then I'd consider, but for 3 specials...no.
 
Dec 22, 2012 7:54 AM

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I believe that if you are to support the anime industry and pay real money for series, you should get the release in the best quality you can find, fansubbers typically have much better releases then crunchyroll, with the exception of rippers, and fansubbers have better subs. I see no point in justifying paying for terrible quality of something you can't even own.

Anyone complaining about localizing outside of Crunchyroll needs to understand that in their shonen filled lineup, nearly every attack is ruined with their liberal subs and everything. It hurts to even consider anything I watched on their to be "watched" on my mal, because I sure didn't feel like I was getting the product the original studio intended to sell.
 
Dec 22, 2012 9:29 AM

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I live in India so I can't watch videos on Crunchy. :/
And I guess I'm one of the rare people who like the layered text next to japanese text.
And I absolutely love the karaoke. *o*
So I'm a rare one. But, if Crunchy did come to India, I would try it out.
Though I wonder if my dad would let me subscribe. 84 dollars per year is 4200 INR.
I already pay a lot of money for ordering manga and manga magazines every month.
But another 4200 wouldn't hurt that much I guess.
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Dec 22, 2012 9:35 AM

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How come there's suddenly a whole load of idiots like the one above me on this thread? (note: referring to anonymousca4 sorry)

Most fansubbers have much worse releases than CR. Sure, there are a few exceptions, but that is the way it goes, not the other way around. I have never seen anything on CR that is actually painful to watch, whereas every other release from fansubbers fall into that category.

Shonen filled lineup? lol? Sure, the most watched series on there are shonens, as they are everywhere else. CR bids for every series, and gets a broad variety of stuff. Saying stuff like "their shonen filled lineup" only serves to weaken your point as it shows that you don't really know what you're on about.

Oh and want the original product? Just right click and turn the subs off then. NO subs - fansubs or CR subs or funimation subs or whatever else - none of them are "the product the original studio intended to sell", and if the studio actually does have a preference on how something is subtitled, it is far more likely to show up in CR's releases than in a bunch of people with no connections to the studio of any sort illegally sticking their own subs on a show.

And the second paragraph of that post is just laughable.
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Dec 22, 2012 11:57 AM

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Anonymousca4 said:
shonen filled lineup

....Not really.

nearly every attack is ruined with their liberal subs and everything.

The shounen titles are likely the ones least influenced by CR's subbing style, because of sublicenses from Viz and/or greater oversight from the original licensor (which is not always a good thing). In general, CR does not have a loose/westernizing translation style (part of why I enjoy them), with a few exceptions.
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Dec 22, 2012 12:43 PM

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I have a feeling Anonymousca4 has never watched a CR stream, possibly never even seen the website.
 
Dec 22, 2012 2:34 PM

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I have a feeling Anonymousca4 has never watched a CR stream, possibly never even seen the website.


I suspect that as well. Yeah, I sure watched a boatload of shounen when I watched the Spring 2012 lineup where I followed Nyarko-san:Another Crawling Chaos, Fate/Zero, Dusk Maiden of Amnesia, Kids on the Slope, Yurumates3Dei, Space Brothers, the second half of Bodacious Space Pirates, and the 2nd cour of Knight in the Area and had to put Upotte and Medaka Box on my backlog. /sarcasm tag just in case.

For the record, my favorite show of Fall 2012 which had a lot of popular shounen shows is Girls Und Panzer. I don't think anybody associates GirlPan with shounen(I really have to finish watching the original Saki soon. I love that, and think I'll love the Episode of Side-A spinoff)
 
Dec 22, 2012 8:57 PM

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a n i m e

This thread is full of brats.
 
Dec 23, 2012 4:06 PM

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Well, I hope to see some good shows picked up by Crunchyroll. I like their system and it's convenient for me to stream on my ipad. I only download anime when I want to make gifs (which means I really love the series). :/
 
Dec 26, 2012 9:35 AM

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Crunchyroll announce Love Live! School Idol Project Tuesdays starting Jan 8th 8AM pacific time in USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Central and South America

http://www.crunchyroll.co.uk/anime-news/2012/12/26-1/crunchyroll-to-stream-love-live-anime

Next announcement tomorrow.
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Dec 26, 2012 9:37 AM

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Crunchyroll announce Love Live! School Idol Project Tuesdays starting Jan 8th 8AM pacific time in USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Central and South America

http://www.crunchyroll.co.uk/anime-news/2012/12/26-1/crunchyroll-to-stream-love-live-anime

Next announcement tomorrow.


I hope we be all up in Idoltown this year on Crunchy

 
Dec 26, 2012 10:07 AM

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Crunchyroll announce Love Live! School Idol Project Tuesdays starting Jan 8th 8AM pacific time in USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Central and South America

http://www.crunchyroll.co.uk/anime-news/2012/12/26-1/crunchyroll-to-stream-love-live-anime

Next announcement tomorrow.


Yes, Crunchyroll! Best streaming site IMO, comes through again!

I usually prefer no subs at all and I can turn them off with Crunchyroll.
 
Dec 26, 2012 11:37 AM

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Nice they picked up a pretty big-name title, and I like idols, but if I remember correctly this is the one with a lot of CG dancing, so I'll pass.
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Dec 26, 2012 11:47 AM

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Sentai might pick up Love Live for DVD.


 
Dec 26, 2012 12:07 PM

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Hoppy said:
Sentai might pick up Love Live for DVD.


http://www.crunchyroll.co.uk/love-live-school-idol-project

Publisher: NIS

Though they also says its demographic is Shoujo, so maybe Crunchy has no idea what they're talking about with the publisher.

 
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Hoppy said:
Sentai might pick up Love Live for DVD.


http://www.crunchyroll.co.uk/love-live-school-idol-project

Publisher: NIS

Though they also says its demographic is Shoujo, so maybe Crunchy has no idea what they're talking about with the publisher.


lol

NIS got this, that's good because they might put it on BD as well.


 
Dec 26, 2012 1:36 PM

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Hoppy said:
RyanSaotome said:
Hoppy said:
Sentai might pick up Love Live for DVD.


http://www.crunchyroll.co.uk/love-live-school-idol-project

Publisher: NIS

Though they also says its demographic is Shoujo, so maybe Crunchy has no idea what they're talking about with the publisher.


lol

NIS got this, that's good because they might put it on BD as well.


NIS America is a great fit for Love Live! Maybe if the premium box of this sells well for them, they can then license The Idolm@ster. And I also agree with Ryan, hopefully this Winter, we all be in Idoltown on Crunchyroll (Puchimas is one of more anticipated shows)
 
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I like my idols not quite as much as everyone else, but damn, is this becoming a big trend in Japan or something?

Or has it always been and I'm late to the party?
 
Dec 26, 2012 1:59 PM

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I like my idols not quite as much as everyone else, but damn, is this becoming a big trend in Japan or something?

Or has it always been and I'm late to the party?


Its pretty much after Idolmaster was a massive hit, everyone wants to get on board with their own idol shows.

 
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Dec 27, 2012 9:03 AM

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Both are guaranteed watches for me, but I'm still bitter about Yama no Susume being short episodes.
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Yama no Susume seems to be the better of the two, Mangirl looks ok.


 
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Both are guaranteed watches for me, but I'm still bitter about Yama no Susume being short episodes.


Yeah that was disappointing for sure.


 
Dec 27, 2012 9:26 AM

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Only short I'll be watching is Puchimus. Other than that, shorts are generally a waste of time since you can't really do anything in that limited timeframe.

 
Dec 27, 2012 9:30 AM

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Only short I'll be watching is Puchimus. Other than that, shorts are generally a waste of time since you can't really do anything in that limited timeframe.


I disagree, I enjoy shorts. Chitose get You, Teekyu, Poyopoyo recently have been quite fun.

You have to work quickly but it is something which long anime makers could relearn. Some short episodes have more in them than full length ones...
 
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Oh hell I didn't realize Mangirl was 5 minute shorts too. What the hell.
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Dec 27, 2012 9:56 AM

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Oh hell I didn't realize Mangirl was 5 minute shorts too. What the hell.


There are like 8 five minute or less shorts this season. These are the true cancer that are killing anime.

 
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There are like 8 five minute or less shorts this season. These are the true cancer that are killing anime.

Feels like walking in a minefield. I think I see a number of shows with really interesting premises, and as soon as I get close, boom, no real episodes for me.

Blah, I'll still watch some of them (not Oosaka Okan, bleh flash anime) because I've liked ones like Morita-san and Yurumates, but both Yama no Susume and Mangirl would have made for shows I'd love in full size and will only consider a mild fun diversion at best in short format. And I can't see myself ever importing a short-format show either.
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jmal said:
RyanSaotome said:
There are like 8 five minute or less shorts this season. These are the true cancer that are killing anime.

Feels like walking in a minefield. I think I see a number of shows with really interesting premises, and as soon as I get close, boom, no real episodes for me.

Blah, I'll still watch some of them (not Oosaka Okan, bleh flash anime) because I've liked ones like Morita-san and Yurumates, but both Yama no Susume and Mangirl would have made for shows I'd love in full size and will only consider a mild fun diversion at best in short format. And I can't see myself ever importing a short-format show either.


But you get the entire season on one disc! I have preordered Teekyuu ...
 
Dec 27, 2012 10:49 AM

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jmal said:
Oh hell I didn't realize Mangirl was 5 minute shorts too. What the hell.


There are like 8 five minute or less shorts this season. These are the true cancer that are killing anime.


Even worse is that they don't sell either resulting in little profit to whatever studio animated them. Although Puchimas may sell due to being in the Idolmaster Franchise, merchandising may suffer from the rest, if any is made (I don't own any figures from a 5 minute anime so far).


 
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Hoppy said:
RyanSaotome said:
jmal said:
Oh hell I didn't realize Mangirl was 5 minute shorts too. What the hell.


There are like 8 five minute or less shorts this season. These are the true cancer that are killing anime.


Even worse is that they don't sell either resulting in little profit to whatever studio animated them. Although Puchimas may sell due to being in the Idolmaster Franchise, merchandising may suffer from the rest, if any is made (I don't own any figures from a 5 minute anime so far).


2ch thinks Puchimus will sell, at least... here are their top 10 projected sellers of Winter:

13,216 - Vividred Operation
11,470 - Tamako Market
*9,670 - Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT
*8,342 - Love Live
*6,577 - Puchimas -Petit Idolmaster-
*6,577 - Maoyuu Maou Yuusha
*5,420 - Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru
*5,179 - Senran Kagura
*4,751 - Sasami-san@Ganbaranai
*3,937 - Minami-ke Tadaima

But yeah, thats because its Idolmaster. Still would be funny for a short to sell 4 times what the Idolmaster fanfic mecha show did though.

 
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The only shorts in recent years that have ever sold over 10k, to my knowledge, are Hetalia and Haruhi-chan/Churuya-san. Actually heck I don't know if any others even hit more than a couple thousand.

On the other hand they've got to be cheap as hell to make.
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Hoping Cuticle Tantei Inaba, Hakkenden and AMNESIA getting simulcasted.

These series are unlikely being fansubbed by existing fansub groups.
 
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Hoping Cuticle Tantei Inaba, Hakkenden and AMNESIA getting simulcasted.

These series are unlikely being fansubbed by existing fansub groups.


Like everything outside of maybe the shorts will get fansubbed. You might just have to wait a couple days or take a Hadena style release.

 
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CR add another title:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2012/12/27-1/crunchyroll-to-stream-ai-mai-mi-anime

All 3 series announced today are shorts.
 
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RyanSaotome said:
Hoppy said:
RyanSaotome said:
jmal said:
Oh hell I didn't realize Mangirl was 5 minute shorts too. What the hell.


There are like 8 five minute or less shorts this season. These are the true cancer that are killing anime.


Even worse is that they don't sell either resulting in little profit to whatever studio animated them. Although Puchimas may sell due to being in the Idolmaster Franchise, merchandising may suffer from the rest, if any is made (I don't own any figures from a 5 minute anime so far).


2ch thinks Puchimus will sell, at least... here are their top 10 projected sellers of Winter:

13,216 - Vividred Operation
11,470 - Tamako Market
*9,670 - Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT
*8,342 - Love Live
*6,577 - Puchimas -Petit Idolmaster-
*6,577 - Maoyuu Maou Yuusha
*5,420 - Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru
*5,179 - Senran Kagura
*4,751 - Sasami-san@Ganbaranai
*3,937 - Minami-ke Tadaima

But yeah, thats because its Idolmaster. Still would be funny for a short to sell 4 times what the Idolmaster fanfic mecha show did though.


That's like half of my PTW that's projecting to sell and I'm glad Senran Kagura is in there, licensor when and where?


 
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CR add another title:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2012/12/27-1/crunchyroll-to-stream-ai-mai-mi-anime

All 3 series announced today are shorts.


And 4 of the 5 total shows announced so far. It almost feels like false advertising if they boast their large amount of shows they will be simulcasting if half of them are 3 minute shorts.

 
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All 3 series announced today are shorts.

At least they're getting them out of the way now, I guess.
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RyanSaotome said:
13,216 - Vividred Operation
11,470 - Tamako Market
*9,670 - Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT
*8,342 - Love Live
*6,577 - Puchimas -Petit Idolmaster-
*6,577 - Maoyuu Maou Yuusha
*5,420 - Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru
*5,179 - Senran Kagura
*4,751 - Sasami-san@Ganbaranai
*3,937 - Minami-ke Tadaima

Wow, Vividred Operation is the only new show I was even considering watching this season. Interesting.
 
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Hey look we have...a school series, a school series, a school series, a school series and...wait, this last one actually looks quite...no wait...my mistake it's just another school series.
 
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Love Live, Mangirl, and ai mai mi...

Where are the other 2 school series?

From what I can gather, the Osaka one isn't. The achiga-hen specials don't take place in a school except for a couple of short flashbacks (despite being the only one of the six that is given a "school" tag on MAL), and Yama no Susume sure doesn't look like it takes place in a school.
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Hey, most of the simulcast of crnchy are 3 to 5 minutes per episode. Maybe I watch some of them.
 
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http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-12-28/site/crunchyroll-to-stream-ishida-to-asakura-comedy-anime

Holy crap Crunchyroll please stream something with a runtime longer than a modestly difficult bowel movement.

There better be a flood of real shows following this up soon.
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