Yep, but too bad the entitlement is starting with things like, "No english dub? No buy!" and "$50 is too expensive."NANDARO?!
"Exclusive – Mill Creek Entertainment Acquires the ULTRAMAN Library For Physical and Digital Home Entertainment Distribution Across North America"*Sniff* The land of light has graced us all with a shining miracle! Thank you, Mill Creek. I can finally start owning physical copies of Ultraman. Glad to know there are companies that still realize the value of such things.
I wondered the same thing about Toku, but nobody ever answered me. It's funny, because I've been trying to finish some Ultra shows I haven't, and without having to spend a lot of money, and I was eyeing Cosmos on Toku, but by the time I get to Cosmos, Toku might not even have it anymore!Will this mean that Crunchyroll will no longer be hosting Ultraman shows?
Well considering I'm currently watching the original Twilight Zone for the first time, I doubt anything is going to be as good as it. My god that show is just incredible all around for its top notch writing to its incredible production values. I'm halfway through Season 3 and I see why everyone is always ripping it off or trying to steal ideas from it.Hope this leads to series like Nexus and Mebius getting more exposure in the west.
Ultra Q is basically Twilight Zone with Kaiju, so it's worth the watch (I personally don't find it as good as TZ, though when it tries to be weird it really shines).
Yeah, maybe that's part of the reason why both Ultra Q and 1966 Series don't quite live up to their reputation for me.I doubt anything is going to be as good as it.