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[Omnicat] <Nyaa> We will of course be playing Star Citizen. If you have a game package with alpha access, you can join our subversion efforts right here. See you in the 'verse!
[07-29, 12:40] <MinnaSubs> fags.
[07-29, 12:25] <Kirby54729> Was there even a high
[07-29, 11:55] <aers> Seriously, chatbox. New low.
[07-29, 11:49] <SneakiestNEG> Just watched some gits. Sexbots: build it and they will come. How is someone in Europe to watch anime anyway? bol.com has no anime, Crunchyroll is region locked.
[07-29, 11:41] <SneakiestNEG> On internet speeds: when Verizon says 70 Mbps they mean you get that speed on their intranet. They will throttle netflix and youtube.
[07-29, 11:31] <MisterDonut> jpoy. nothing will happen.
[07-29, 11:18] <OniichanDaisuki> old news
[07-29, 11:17] <jpoy> http://torrentfreak.com/japan-to-crack-down-on-anime-and-manga-piracy-140728/ that's a very bad news :(
[07-29, 11:16] <OniichanDaisuki> first needs to enable ssl imo
[07-29, 11:05] <mirrorin> i think nyaa must have backup mirror XD,
[07-29, 10:45] <ashkentou> =_= guys have link of my youth romantic comedy manga raw ?
[07-29, 10:32] <jpoy> using VPN or SSH,like in china
[07-29, 10:29] <hazardous> means jp gov will block nyaa like they do with file hosting sites maybe
[07-29, 10:19] <jpoy> That means ...
[07-29, 10:19] <jpoy> To do so indirectly?
[07-29, 10:15] <sarachikorita> I think so long as it's not located in Japan, nor run by Japanese people, they can't directly get it shut down, but they might be able to do so indirectly. That's a bit tricky though.
[07-29, 10:08] <jpoy> Does jp government have the power to shut down nyaa ?sorry for my ENG
[07-29, 09:54] <baka²> lol
[07-29, 09:14] <hazardous> start using vpn. pretend you are not from japan.
[07-29, 09:12] <Vortrex> Oh and guys, I have bad news. According to some sites, more than 40% of Nyaa.se it's visitors are Japanese so if that's true, there will be a chance that the jp goverment will shut down Nyaa... About 50% when it's August 1.
[07-29, 09:11] <Vortrex> I was at animecon 2014. But Anime is growing rapidly here in Holland.
[07-29, 09:09] <Ika_Musume> though it will be fapping to art/images on pixiv only if they gonna block anime sharing T.T
[07-29, 09:07] <Ika_Musume> but we still will be having crunchy roll though
[07-29, 09:06] <Ika_Musume> i realy never seen anything anime related in store except pokemon and dragonball z in the netherlands, you only can bet on anime expo and animecon when they are here
[07-29, 09:05] <Ika_Musume> also, no nyaa isnt the biggest sharers, its "animebytes" you find everything there though its an privateto torrent ratio site but have more then any anime torrent site i know, and the tpb ? lol you want to download viruses or fakes ?
[07-29, 09:03] <Ika_Musume> its not about nl if jp blocks it then nl cant sharre it right? and since nl doesnt know anime at all except dragonballz witch they call manga there will be no hope for other anime/manga in nl, im dutch to
[07-29, 08:59] <Vortrex> Not here in Holland :| Well, I believe that anime sharing will never be completely gone but Nyaa is one of the biggest sharers. It would be catastrophic if it would be shut down!
[07-29, 08:50] <Imouto6969> There is always TPB...
[07-29, 08:45] <Ika_Musume> not just nyaa, what if every anime / manga sharer get shut down, there will be no life for us otakus outside jpn
[07-29, 08:43] <Vortrex> So, what would happen if Nyaa.se will be shut down by the Japanese goverment? Will it be the end of international anime?
[07-29, 08:24] <warich> I hate that it is easier to download off my friend's cell phone than my home connection.
[07-29, 08:10] <WOOF> Thanks!
[07-29, 07:45] <Akaneon> I'm not Andy, I know him though. He's my friend.
[07-29, 07:42] <guest-again> weev???
[07-29, 07:34] <Akaneon> Actually, regulators like Obama and the Democratic Party are the reason the US is so far behind on technology. The FCC was created by FDR in 1934, which set the framework for massive regulations that have kept the US technologically and medically inferior and bloated for the past 70 years
[07-29, 07:20] <G-Dragon> @Afelers ; Please look at the "Rules & Help" section.
[07-29, 07:16] <G-Dragon> I am G-Dragon.. That is All. :D
[07-29, 06:56] <jofs> Obama a shit
[07-29, 06:26] <sarachikorita> I'm glad the Rat is spamming Doraemon on DXD. My friend's capbox was down due to a power failure when yesterday's ep aired, but he got it up and running in time for a repeat airing 12 hours after the original.
[07-29, 06:16] <deanzel> Obama will get it done. He's a miracle worker. ObamaFiberCare.
[07-29, 06:07] <WastedMeerkat> Akaneon I'll believe it when I see it
[07-29, 05:58] <hazardous> exactly dilworks its yours.
[07-29, 05:55] <hazardous> means 25-50 more years of waiting for underdevelop and developing countries who are stuck at 1-4mbps lol
[07-29, 05:47] <Akaneon> USA has massive planned Fiber expansions for 2015. 60-70% of the US will have access to 1 Gbps by the end of 2015
[07-29, 04:47] <dilworks> All of my DVDROM drives are RPC-unlocked, yet I don't import DVDs. I just reflashed because fuck media cartels, I paid for my shit, it's MINE.
[07-29, 04:46] <dilworks> > Region 1 DVD player
[07-29, 04:24] <Global Tornado> Steins Gate is a little bit cerebral.
[07-29, 04:10] <LeonK> Thanks herkz :P
[07-29, 03:40] <herkz> whatever could you be referring to, i wonder?
[07-29, 03:31] <LeonK> Gotta love it when Minnasubs floods the front page.
[07-29, 03:06] <yukotsu> hi people
[07-29, 02:54] <SneakiestNEG> Ah ofcourse region 5. Seriously this region locking is so annoying.
[07-29, 01:27] <[TRVE]> I meant the Russian DVDs, SneakiestNEG. They're PAL. Now if they're also region-free, I'll buy them.
[07-29, 01:21] <yumiyo> Hello, is darker than black any good?
[07-28, 23:43] <Imouto6969> Lol TRVE has a huge stick up his ass
[07-28, 23:21] <SneakiestNEG> amazon.co.uk does have the dvds. But the box set is NTSC. The prices are of course insane.
[07-28, 23:13] <SneakiestNEG> TRVE amazon says NTSC
[07-28, 23:10] <iceaco> Was looking at the anime description for Future Boy Conan the other day.. It said humans will be extinct by 2008.. Well lucky we're not extinct yet..
[07-28, 23:08] <SneakiestNEG> English speaking tech savy people with access to high speed, uncapped internet makes for much piracy. Netflix was FORCED to come here.
[07-28, 22:27] <Kawaii!!> @Commie, will you guys work on Hanamonogatari? Thanks in advance.
[07-28, 22:22] <[TRVE]> Ah, speaking of Spice and Wolf: Are the DVDs region-free?
[07-28, 22:05] <Progeusz> To LOVE-Ru has Golden Darkness
[07-28, 21:50] <Profuse> Can someone recommend me an anime that's VERY VERY Similar to golden witch? want to know if there are any similar anime which I haven't watched yet.
[07-28, 21:40] <herkz> but the eva movies did not take long to get subbed
[07-28, 21:39] <Artemix> I always have this doubt.. why do regular tv-shows, like Naruto and many others take almost no time to sub,but movies like Evangelion (the new versions) took ages?
[07-28, 21:29] <deanzel> Russia should get them to dub over those MH17 radio and phone calls if they're that good.
[07-28, 21:06] <OneCrazyRussian> Their TTGL dub is like the most beautiful thing I've ever heard dubbed. Look at this man, he's Kamina at heart and also the Director of the dub
[07-28, 21:02] <OneCrazyRussian> There is ReAnimedia, they make the AWESOME dubs (TTGL, Haruhi, Spice and the Wolf series, a lot of other full-fledged films), they are considered as the saviors of russian anime dub. But they are not a mass-production combine, and also they do the anime festivals and etc., so we get from one to three proper dubs each year. "Russian Adult Swim" aka 2x2 also does abuse other small dub studios and indie voiceovers, but mostly for western things
[07-28, 20:55] <[TRVE]> Are there any other anime publishers except MC Ent. and do they put out crappy voiceovers instead of proper dubs, too?
[07-28, 20:54] <OneCrazyRussian> Shit is real when in Russia Manga and Manhwa is being published by book publishers, but comics and other graphical stuff - by indie studios and translators. It's rare to see a comix like Saga for example, being published in a big volume like it is now.
[07-28, 20:38] <SpookySkeleton> Hey gaiz
[07-28, 20:10] <Progeusz> My country has 38 mil and the only anime publishing company died ~5 years ago. Manga market is growing nicely though.
[07-28, 20:04] <Progeusz> Arpeggio anime was a huge success in Japan (over 12.5k average) and it already has two movies announced, one is a recap with improved video and new scenes, other movie is new material
[07-28, 20:03] <OneCrazyRussian> My country has 130mil and 40 mil illegall immigrants. But 30% live in places without Internet entirely and other 30% have their speeds below 5mbps, so tell me about struggle of businesses
[07-28, 19:53] <[TRVE]> Mine has around 82 million and publishing companies still have to struggle to survive.
[07-28, 19:50] <SneakiestNEG> I can not be angry or frustrated at Crunchy. They are a business. There are simply not enough anime fans to support the licensing fees. US has 350 million people. My country has 17 million.
[07-28, 19:47] <SneakiestNEG> Might as well fly to Akiba.
[07-28, 19:45] <SneakiestNEG> One of the alternatives to pirating is import that DVD from America for 100$, buy an American dvd player from somewhere and wait for 3 weeks for the shipment.
[07-28, 19:04] <sarachikorita> Due to a power failure where my friend's capbox is located, Doraemon didn't cap today; since today's ep reruns at 12:30 AM tonight, if that airing caps successfully, I will encode then and release in the morning.
[07-28, 18:47] <[TRVE]> This may be the case, Puto, but don't overestimate the average Joe. If you label your episode anything other than "episode 001", he will ask where the previous ones are.
[07-28, 18:43] <MisterDonut> no one cares.
[07-28, 18:08] <vicokoby> hi
[07-28, 16:58] <Puto> they can be watched without having to watch the giant backlog of episodes
[07-28, 16:58] <Puto> re: 'would want to start from the beginning' - for the most part, Conan episodes are standalone
[07-28, 16:54] <sarachikorita> AFAICT, the manga isn't doing too shabbily, but the anime has done terribly, and I blame idiot fans... "oh, it's got that dub with the changed names, so instead of buying the DVDs I'm gonna download A-Conan" (never mind that the DVDs not only had subs, but BETTER subs than A-Conan)
[07-28, 16:53] <Artemix> Anyone knows if Arpeggio of Blue Steel is going to comeback?, really enjoyed it...
[07-28, 16:52] <sarachikorita> I believe we're at episode 747? Funi has up to 123
[07-28, 16:28] <OniichanDaisuki> red: deadfish exclusive color
[07-28, 16:23] <RobbyLob> Afelers: http://www.nyaa.se/?page=manual
[07-28, 16:19] <Afelers> hey guys whats the meaning of the colors (eg. red, white, green) at the list of the animes? I looked for it and still have no clue...
[07-28, 16:18] <OniichanDaisuki> (was it old news? I just found it lol)
[07-28, 16:17] <OniichanDaisuki> new F/SN will feature Heaven's Feel route!
[07-28, 16:17] <OniichanDaisuki> CONFIRMED!
[07-28, 16:06] <[TRVE]> 730 even.
[07-28, 16:05] <[TRVE]> Conan is a huge franchise, so the owner would demand huge licensing fees. CR might simply not have that much money. Besides, they'd be starting somewhere in the middle and we're at which episode? 600-something? Then what about the previous 600-something? (Potential) CR subscribers would want to watch a new title from the beginning. That means more licensing fees, plus chances are high that the rights simply cannot be obtained at this point.
[07-28, 16:02] <shaddrag> CR get your shit together man, we want HS to rip you a new one.
[07-28, 15:59] <sarachikorita> Believe me, we'd love for CR to get the rights to simulcast Conan. it would take a HELL of a load off our collective backs.
[07-28, 15:55] <[TRVE]> Jesus fuck!
[07-28, 15:55] <[TRVE]> >75€ for one movie