It’s that time of year again, the season of giving! We want to add to the holiday spirit with a great, big prize pack. And remember if you get any items that aren’t to your taste, spread some holiday cheer and pass the goodies along to your friends. All you need to do is leave us a comment telling us what anime or manga license you are hoping to see in 2011! Entries are due by Saturday, December 25th. The winner will be notified by Friday, December 31st.
*U.S. residents only please. Sorry our abroad buddies we just can’t afford it.
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26 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaway!!”
I’m hoping Bakemonogatari, with a Bluray release, is licensed.
Bakemonogatari or Katanagatari would both be fantastic.
Souten Kouro. I’ve been hoping undead ADV would take a shot at it ever since they announced Golgo 13. The show is too good not to get a DVD here.
I want to see Kaguya Hime licensed. I think it would become popular because it is a complete series with a good length and a powerful and imaginative story.
Manga I’d like to see licensed in 2011: My Girl – (マイガール (佐原 ミズ)) by SAHARA Mizu or Sailor Fuku ni Onegai! (セーラー服にお願い！) by Takana Meca licensed, as for anime: second season of Saiunkoku Monogatari.
I definitely want Bakemonogatari brought over here. Then if it does well, we might even get the light novels! I think it’d be pretty fun to watch Time of Eve on the big screen too.
I was going to say Kara no Kyoukai but then BAM! it’s licensed today! So either Unlimited Blade Works or Higurashi Kai.
I’m hoping for Angel Beats to get licensed.
I would pick up Time of Eve in an instant if it became available stateside.
That’s the first one that came to mind for me, but Crunchy Roll hosted it for a while. Here’s hoping it gets a DVD/BD release, though.
Star driver, I want to see those explosions, mechs, and the alternate space reality zone in high definition. It would be wonderfully, yet terrifyingly, fabulous.
I would like to see the Kodomo no Jikan anime TV series licensed and released uncensored in 2011. Viva lolivolution!
Star Driver. It wasn’t fair to tease people with the first episode at NYCC/NYAF this fall with no immediate plans for a US release.
The Umineko anime would be a great license surprise! Either that or the Princess Knight manga by Dr Tezuka :D
My standing list of anime that needs licensing (pipe dreams, I know):
Detroit Metal City (manga is licensed, c’mon)
I’d like to see Cross Game licensed, but apparently sports anime doesn’t do well in the U.S. :/
Trapeze… It’s funny, visually trippy, and the nurse in there is haaawt.
I would like to see the anime Reborn! Heard great things about it. Also i would love to see the Tegami Bachi anime. Love the books released thus far.
I’m forever a hopeless dreamer, but I continue to long and wish for a license of Nodame Cantabile. I wouldn’t say no to Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt, either.
I’m hoping against hope for Dennou Coil, Time of Eve, and Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni Kai.
I would really like to see Saint Young Men licensed in the United States. If France can have it, why can’t we?
I will forever and always try to believe that Kaze to Ki no Uta (anime or manga) has a snowball’s chance in hell of being licensed.
The series I would love to be licensed would be Star Driver because I loved watching Utena, and the art, music, and stylization is amazing.
The licenses I would like to see are:
Mononoke, Kuuchu Buranko (Trapeze), Bakemonogatari, Katanagatari, Moyashimon, Nodame Cantabile, Natume Yuujinchou.
I’d love to see Natsume series or the Detroit Metal City anime released in the US.