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 Post subject: Re: The Discotek discussion thread (new licenses & updates)
PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 5:41 am 
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Discotek Media announced on Friday that it has licensed the Goshogun (Sengoku Majin Goshōgun) television series and GoShogun: The Time Étranger film. The film is slated for release on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in June with both English and Japanese audio. The television series will ship on DVD this year.

The original 26-episode television series premiered in Japan in 1981. In the story, hero Kenta assembles a team of warriors to fight the evil Docooga organization after it tries to steal his father's research on a new mysterious element. In 1985, Saban Entertainment combined the series with Akū Daisakusen Srungle to create Macron 1 for the U.S. market.

GoShogun: The Time Étranger debuted in Japan in 1985 as a sequel to Goshogun. Discotek Media describes the story:

Forty years after the events of the TV series, Remy Shimada, ex-pilot of the Goshogun, suffers a terrible accident while on her way to a meeting with her former robot-piloting comrades. While they rush to the hospital, Remy floats between life and death. She sees visions of her life when she was young, and stranger still, experiences a hallucination of being with her friends, all of them young again, in a mysterious city filled with hostile fanatics. Far from being the reunion Remy hoped for, a ghastly letter arrives for each member of the team that predicts their gruesome deaths. Slated to die in two days, both in reality and in her dream, Remy struggles to find a way out of the City of Fate, relying on the memories of her friends to see her through, even as they surround her death bed in the waking world.

Central Park Media previously released the film on DVD in 2003 under the title Time Stranger. The film also aired on ImaginAsian TV.


Also not mentioned in that article but mentioned here is that in addition to the CPM dub, they got the Manga UK dub for Time Étranger as well.

Also here's a look at the final packaging for Seha Girls which will be released on May 30th: http://i.imgur.com/iTqj8tA.jpg

EDIT: GoShogun movie also confirmed.

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 Post subject: Re: The Discotek discussion thread (new licenses & updates)
PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 6:27 pm 
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^ It's very notable that, aside from the same main characters, the sequel is sooo different in so many various significant ways from the original one, :ohmy: which's pretty rare, if any, in anime history, & which I think is pretty cool. :cool:

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 7:26 am 
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Got my set a few days ago and while I haven't watched it all yet, I did look at the last Magic Knight Rayearth disc and can confirm a few things regarding the extras (full list here).

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◦Interview with Julie Maddalena (English voice of Hikaru)
◦Interview with Wendee Lee (English voice of Umi & Princess Emeraude)
◦Interview with Ellen Wilkinson (English voice of Fuu)
◦Interview with Kaeko Sakamoto (English voice of Mokona)
◦Interview with Lex Lang (English voice of Zagato)
◦Group Interview with English Voice Cast


These sounded bad on the Media Blasters DVDs and as for here, they tried to clean them up but it's only a slight improvement.

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◦Episode 4 Alternate English Pilot


They used the Blu-ray video for this and had to recreate this dub's opening & credits, dub itself is pretty weak but then it's from WordFit-era Ocean and from 1995.

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◦Creditless Opening 1 (English V1)
◦Creditless Opening 1 (English V2)
◦Creditless Opening 1 (English V3)


V1 - Sandy Fox version from the MB DVDs
V2 - Jennifer Stigile version from the Sega Saturn game (Also the voice of Umi in that dub)
V3 - Same as V2 but it's the hidden version (details).

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◦Original Broadcast Openings


Now this is interesting because apparently there are 4 versions of Opening 1 & 3 versions of Opening 2. Wasn't aware of this since I think Media Blasters only has one version of each in the remastered sets. I wonder if the R2 DVDs had them?

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◦English Home Video Credits


These are from the original MB DVDs (NOT the remastered sets) which played during each episode so it's all of the Sandy Fox songs again including the slow version of Unyielding Wish from episode 20.

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◦Production Art Slideshow
◦Model Sheet Slideshow


The amount of art in theses slideshows...they have A LOT more than Media Blasters had. The production art for example has exactly 72 images (or 66 if you don't count the original illustrations of 6 of them) while the MB DVDs only had 34 (16 on Disc 1, 18 on Disc 6) so most of these are new.

Half of the extras are in HD (including those from the Japanese Blu-ray set, list is here) while the other half is in SD and considering the latter's sources, it's for the best.

Here's a look at Kyousougiga:

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 Post subject: Re: The Discotek discussion thread (new licenses & updates)
PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2017 10:28 am 
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ANN wrote:
Discotek Media announced on Friday that it has licensed the Psybuster (Cybuster) and Dancouga (Dancougar - Super Beast Machine God) anime. Both series will ship on DVD on July 25, alongside Discotek's DVD releases of Midnight Eye Goku and Captain Harlock Endless Orbit SSX. The Psybuster DVD will have an English dub in addition to the Japanese language track.

Psybuster is based on original characters from the Super Robot Wars game series. Discotek describes the story:

"In 2040, the continuous pollution and the mysterious series of earthquakes left the city of Tokyo in ruins. A young man named Ken Ando is in training to become a member of DC, an army-like organization designed to investigate and protect the collapsing environment. Ken, with the support from his sister, Sayuri, gives his best to become a part of the elite group. But he receives the devastating news of being cut from the team because of his poor performances in the evaluation sessions.

When an ominous monster suddenly appears from the sky with a blinding flash and starts mowing down DC's working robots with mysterious invisible forces. Ken, eager to show what he is truly made of, engages in a battle with the monster. Little does he realize his own fate and the fate of Earth itself may be linked to the mysterious Mech from another world."

The 26-episode series premiered in 1999. Geneon Entertainment previously released the series on DVD in North America with the title spelled Cybuster.

Discotek describes Dancouga:

"Deep in outer space, the emperor Muge plots his next conquest - an out-of-the-way planet known as Earth. Mustering all the forces of his own personal Empire of Death, the Emperor is by far the most formidable foe humans have ever faced. And now he's even more fearsome thanks to the defection of Shapiro Keats, a power-hungry Earthling reborn as an Empire informer.

Army after army crumbles in the face of an onslaught of the Empire's seemingly indestructible robots. But now there's a team that just might be able to stop them: an ace pilot named Shinobu, Sara (Shapiro's one-time girlfriend) , and Ryo, a very unlikely young hero. Together, they're in command of a new secret weapon developed in a laboratory hidden deep in a lake in Japan. Enter Dancougar, the Super Beast Machine God - and the battle's just beginning!"

The 38-episode series premiered in 1985 and spawned three original video anime (OVA) sequels. Another television series titled Jūsō Kikō Dancouga Nova premiered in 2007. Central Park Media previously licensed the series.


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And coming on June 27th with the Fatal Fury BD:

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 Post subject: Re: The Discotek discussion thread (new licenses & updates)
PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2017 6:42 pm 
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NJ_ wrote:

Just found this recently uploaded clip of a live performance of the full version of that OP theme by its original singer himself many years ago (if I recall correctly, that concert was held in 1999, the same year of that anime):



^ Too bad the pic quality isn't great, tho.

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 Post subject: Re: The Discotek discussion thread (new licenses & updates)
PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2017 1:00 am 
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ANN wrote:
Discotek Media announced on Saturday that it has licensed the Marmalade Boy anime television series and movie, Sanrio's 1979 stop-motion film Nutcracker Fantasy, Panmedia's 1986 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz television anime series, and Sanrio's A Journey through Fairyland (Yōsei Florence) anime film, and the Nightwalker: The Midnight Detective television anime series. The first 38 episodes of Marmalade Boy and all the other titles will be available on DVD on August 29, and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz will also be available on standard-definition Blu-ray Disc. (Discotek will release episodes 39-76 and the movie of Marmalade Boy in a Part 2 DVD set later.)

Discotek describes Toei Animation's 1994-1995 adaptation of Wataru Yoshizumi's Marmalade Boy manga:

Miki Koishikawa's parents have always been strange. While deeply caring for their daughter, they're prone to wasteful spending, oversleeping, and even taking extravagant trips. And their latest trip to Hawaii has brought back something truly outrageous: love. Not for each other, but for a different couple entirely! With her parents planning to divorce and swap partners with the Matsuuras, Miki's life is turned upside down with a new, highly abnormal family all living together in one house. To top it off, the Matsuuras have a son named Yuu exactly Miki's age, and he's too gorgeous for words. For better or for worse, this is Miki's life now, but adjusting won't be easy when jealous rivals and old flames enter the mix!

Discotek will offer Marmalade Boy in Japanese with English subtitles, and with the English dub. Tokyopop previously released the anime on DVD.

Discotek describes Sanrio Films and animator Takeo Nakamura's Nutcracker Fantasy:

This original stop-motion Sanrio production features beautiful photography, lighting, sets, and intricate dolls. They help create a delightful and sometimes dark world complete with the menacing Ragman and a tyrannical two-headed rat queen. After a young girl, Clara, receives a nutcracker from her enigmatic Uncle Drosselmayer, she finds that her precious present is stolen by thieving rats led by Mauslynx, the double-headed rat queen. To win it back, Clara enters a surreal land through her family's grandfather clock. One of her stops is the Kingdom of Dolls, where she finds the king grieving over his cursed, eternally-asleep daughter, Princess Mary, a doppelganger for Clara herself. She and Franz, the captain of the guards and Mary's suitor, infiltrate the army of rats in a desperate attempt to dethrone the despot!

Discotek will offer Nutcracker Fantasy in Japanese with English subtitles, and with the English dub. The film screened in Los Angeles in 2013 for the first time since its original release. It had not received a DVD release before. The film then received a new edition for a theatrical release in Japan in 2014.

Discotek describes Panmedia's version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz:

Dorothy and her canine pal Toto live a quiet life on a Kansas farm with Uncle Henry and Aunt Em. But one day, the little girl and her dog find themselves spirited away from the fields of Kansas, to the magical land of Oz! Dorothy and Toto meet many friends on the yellow-brick road to Emerald City, where she hopes to find a way home to Kansas-- but when she arrives, the city's mysterious ruler, the Wizard of Oz, is not what she expects! The Wizard can help Dorothy get home, but at a daunting price: she and her friends the Tin Woodsman, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion must kill the Wicked Witch of the West and free the Winkies from her rule.

Dorothy's journey to Emerald City is only the beginning of this celebrated 52-episode adaptation of L. Frank Baum's beloved series of children's books, which goes beyond the tale of Wizard of Oz to introduce you to new friends, like the Gump, the Sawhorse, Jack Pumpkinhead, and Billina-- plus new adversaries in the witch Mombi, General Jinjur and the All-Girl Army, and the bitter and scheming Nome King. Dorothy must team up with old friends and new to save all of Oz and return Emerald City to its rightful ruler, the mysterious Ozma. One way or another, Dorothy's not in Kansas anymore!

Discotek will offer the international version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz with the English dub, including narration by Margot Kidder (Superman). Lightyear Entertainment previously released the series on DVD.

Discotek describes A Journey through Fairyland:

Michael is a gifted oboe player, but his heart's not in it. He ignores his musical studies to lose himself in the garden, playing only for the benefit of his beloved flowers. Michael's frustrated teacher gives him an ultimatum: Be serious, or leave the music school forever! Despondent, Michael prepares to say goodbye to the garden. But the floral Fairy Florence, so bewitched by his music, bestows a powerful magic wand on Michael, and whisks him away. Will Michael's astonishing adventure with Florence in Fairyland help him rediscover his love of music?

A Journey through Fairyland was released in 1985 under the title Yōsei Florence. Four years in the making, the film is a visual and auditory tour de force by Sanrio Films and the legendary director Masami Hata (Little Nemo - Adventures in Slumberland, Ringing Bell). Featuring music by Strauss, Chopin, Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, and many other famous composers, and vocal performances by real-life stars of the Takarazuka Revue and the Shiki Theatre Company, A Journey through Fairyland is a magical, musical experience you won't soon forget!

Discotek will offer A Journey through Fairyland in Japanese with English subtitles, and with the English dub. The anime was previously available on an English-dubbed VHS videotape.

Discotek describes Nightwalker: The Midnight Detective:

A vampire with no past, on a mission to atone for his sins against humanity, Shido is a private detective with a secret obsession. The Nightbreed - a supernatural race of demons even more sinister than his own kind - have descended on the city, taking possession of human bodies which they use to wreak havoc and murder. With the beautiful and determined government agent Yayoi hot on his tail, and his vampiric elder Cain intent on bringing Shido back into the fold, the undead vigilante races to keep one step ahead and solve the mysteries of the Nightbreed before it's too late. This complete series collection contains all 12 episodes in Japanese with English subtitles, and the English dub!

Discotek will offer Nightwalker: The Midnight Detective in Japanese with English subtitles, and with the English dub. Central Park Media previously released the anime on VHS and DVD.


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VERY glad they picked up Marmalade Boy from Toei. Here's a fun fact, FUNimation was supposed to re-release this as part of the distribution deal they had with Tokyopop back in 2006 but the license expired a year later so it didn't happen and now it's happening 10 years later under a better company now. If this is anything like Boys Over Flowers was then it'll be quite the watch so I'll be looking forward to buying both sets. :happy:

As for the rest, not familiar with them though the SD Blu-ray for Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a surprise. Anyone familiar with this version? I know of the original story but only through the 1939 movie.

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PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2017 6:48 am 
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I only saw a few episodes of The Wizard of Oz anime and from what I saw, it's much more faithful to the books than the MGM movie was, which might disappoint you if you're a fan of the film. Dorothy has silver shoes in the anime like she does in the book and Oz is a real place and not just a dream. The anime is aimed at young children so it takes out all the darker content from the books but it's still probably the most faithful adaptation of Baum's work from what I saw of it, and it adapts the first three books in the series. Depending on your tastes, you might find it to be a bit too childish for you compared to the Judy Garland film. And even though it's more faithful, don't go in expecting it to be like Return To Oz because it's aimed at young children. But if you're a big Oz geek like I am, it's interesting to watch and kids might enjoy it if they're not bothered by 80s animation and you might enjoy seeing some of the later Oz stories that tend to be ignored by Hollywood adapted. There were also complitation film versions of the TV series that were the only version available on DVD in the U.S. until this release but I've never seen those but I'm aware those versions cut out a lot to fit into a movie format.


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We uploaded the first episode of the original version of the Wizard of Oz to Youtube! This is the complete first episode in Japanese with English subtitles. If this is a success we will upload episode 2 at a later date. Please check it out!


Episode 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_tWsrnu1ss

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Interesting, I thought they were only releasing the dub for Wizard of Oz because of a rights issue. I'm guessing the English dub is edited, so they're unable to do a dual-audio release. Maybe they're considering if doing a sub-only release would be worthwhile?

Excited about Marmalade Boy, since the OOP Tokyopop sets go for way too much these days. I'm hoping they'll use the R2 masters, with new subs. The video quality on the Tokyopop sets were definitely TV masters, and the subtitles were fansub quality.

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Interesting, I thought they were only releasing the dub for Wizard of Oz because of a rights issue. I'm guessing the English dub is edited, so they're unable to do a dual-audio release. Maybe they're considering if doing a sub-only release would be worthwhile?


Hopefully they go through with it this time, I'm still wondering what's going on with Sonic X since the 4Kids dub sets have been out for a while (5-6 months actually).

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Excited about Marmalade Boy, since the OOP Tokyopop sets go for way too much these days. I'm hoping they'll use the R2 masters, with new subs. The video quality on the Tokyopop sets were definitely TV masters, and the subtitles were fansub quality.


Do you have any sub examples? Someone elsewhere mentioned something about "weeaboo speak" and I recall something about their Initial D subs using a fansub script but did they do this for all of their shows?

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Do you have any sub examples? Someone elsewhere mentioned something about "weeaboo speak" and I recall something about their Initial D subs using a fansub script but did they do this for all of their shows?


No, I don't. They left in honorifics, but also left in a lot of Japanese terms untranslated (such as "yoroshiku" and "senpai"). They also didn't sub insert songs. I also remember the subtitles being big and unprofessional looking. The overall translation was pretty good, though. They also included translation notes, pencil boards and staff interviews.

Another annoying thing they did (atleast in the first set) was use the credits for episode 1 for every single episode.


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(^TMS' International opening)

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TMS Entertainment announced in a press release on Thursday that Lupin III: Part IV will premiere on Adult Swim's Toonami block on June 17. The series will air weekly with an English dub.

Discotek Media previewed the English dub at Katsucon and will release the series on Blu-ray Disc and DVD this year. Richard Epcar, the voice of Daisuke Jigen from Lupin III: Part II, returned to direct the English dub along with Ellyn Stern. Tony Oliver (Arsene Lupin III), Lex Lang (Goemon Ishikawa), and Michelle Ruff (Fujiko Mine) also returned from Part II. Doug Erholtz replaced Jake Martin as Zenigata.

Lupin III: Part IV, the first Lupin III television anime series in three decades to star the titular character, premiered in Japan in October 2015, after first premiering as Lupin III - L'avventura Italiana on Italian television in August 2015. Crunchyroll streamed the series beginning in January.

The story of the new series takes place in Italy and San Marino, and it features a blue-jacketed Lupin in his 20s. The series open with an invitation to Lupin's wedding to a new character named Rebecca (played by Yukiyo Fujii in the Japanese version).

Franchise veteran Kazuhide Tomonaga (key animator on Lupin the 3rd: The Mystery of Mamo and Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro, particularly the iconic car chase) served as chief director, and Yuichiro Yano (Moyashimon, Francesca, Mujin Wakusei Survive, Patapata Hikōsen no Bōken) directed at Telecom Animation Film. Writer Yuuya Takahashi (Donten ni Warau, Tiger & Bunny, Lupin the IIIrd: Daisuke Jigen's Gravestone) wass in charge of the series scripts. The franchise's veteran composer Yuji Ohno again composed the series' music, including the ending theme song by enka singer Sayuri Ishikawa.


From December 2015:

https://twitter.com/Clarknova1/status/6 ... 4089597952
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Fun fact & then bed, #toonami fans. Before Champloo, we tried to get Lupin III: The Legend of Fujiko Mine. Couldn't make it work.

Too many boobies for our censors! We would have had to chop the show to bits. So we chose Champloo.


Nice to see he went with getting Part 4 now since unlike Fujiko, there isn't much to cut from what I remember seeing of the Italian dub of episodes 1-4.

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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 6:13 am 
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Thanks to someone on Twitter for posting these from Tokyopop's Marmalade Boy DVDs.

https://twitter.com/bunnycartoon/status ... 5551266817
https://twitter.com/bunnycartoon/status ... 7701234690
https://twitter.com/bunnycartoon/status ... 1251210242
https://twitter.com/bunnycartoon/status ... 9615632384

Even with the translator notes, that's just stupid on Tokyopop's part to keep even the most basic of things untranslated and it sounds like the manga had it worse. Hopefully Discotek had a new translation made for their discs.

https://twitter.com/worldofcrap/status/ ... 7951462401
https://twitter.com/worldofcrap/status/ ... 7799436289

Justin Sevakis wrote:
Weeb subtitles and Comic Sans. Ugh. So happy @discotekmedia is redoing this.

We actually dodged a bullet tho. John Parker wanted to make the subtitles PINK. "So girls will like it!" I s*** you not. :unsure:


Wow... :|

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