According to the official website, Sentai Filmworks has announced their license of the TV anime Angel Beats!. The series will be released in the U.S. on DVD and Blu-Ray with English dubs. The first episodes will premiere at Anime Boston, a convention taking place on April 22-24.
Update on April 3rd
According to Otaku Review's twitter, Section 23 (Sentai Filmworks' distribution company) will leave Angel Beats!' music in its original Japanese.
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I'll probably buy this, but I'll wait for it to drop in price. It'll take a long time to get to the price I am willing to pay for this. As for dubbing it, I'll watch the SUB anyways, but owning a DUB / SUB version doesn't hurt.
Yeah its pretty much impossible if they just release the dub on the track. I'd assume companies would only do that if they couldn't even get their hands on the show. xD
I'll be skipping this one. Angel Beats! was nice (and knowing Sentai, the cover art will be absolutely gorgeous) but I didn't loooooove the show.
Still, Sentai will likely make a lotta money from this. xD
(Also expecting dubbed over T.K. Only because a lot of his lines are total Engrish).
If they can turn a small creature's squeaking peep sounds (in Xam'd) from a VA to a literal squeaking sound effect (rrmg I was so annoyed with that), they'll dub T.K over. ._.
Woohoo very very exciting news to me. What makes it even better is that it will be on blu-ray. I only wish they would release Clannad on Blu-ray, that would be the best news. I love how Sentai has brought over amazing anime from Key animation. One of the best news for me so far this year. I too cant wait to continue my Key animation collection.
echoshadow said: LOL all these people that are hating because it dubbed, never watched nor seen an anime on dvd before.
*you can select different audio tracks*
Really, and you call your selfs anime fans. Go buy/rent the dvd kids...and support the industry
Seriously they can just switch the track if they don't like the dub its not that hard. Besides most dubs today I've seen were either excellent, good, or decent. If they want to see terrible dubs so much go watch anime from the early days of dubbing now THATS terrible.