DON'T PUSH THAT BUTTON!
And let's not forget that SH FiguArts ShinkenRed was released in the States, so there's hope.
Wait seasons 4-7, 1 case per season...I'm assuming there's like 2 discs in each right?
Actually that isn't true.Because Saban won't hear of it.
Actually, according to the info posted in the Time-Life link above, Seasons 1 & 2 will have *six* discs each, while the rest will have five discs each, for a total of thirty-seven discs of episodes. Plus, there will be three additional discs with various special features. I just wish that Saban had offered all seventeen seasons in one fell swoop ... Btw, didn't Operation Overdrive, the only complete season offered on DVD, have *five* discs?
Actually that isn't true.
The real reason why nobody tried to dub Toei toku en masse is different and that little fact that prevents that from happening is also why Saban (and Adness too) prefer to only license the suit footage.
Actor royalties are a b***h.
This is a completely ridiculous rumour. The amount of money they would have to sink into the rights that they wouldn't even put to use... Consider that. Also, no sane company would license a show or even a part of it if there were no plans for a release in the contract. You can read on AnimeNewsNetwork on how these things work: 1; 2; 3 and while the articles are about anime, I doubt any other product is that much different. I just find stuff like AND THEN THEY BOUGHT ALL THE SENTAI. ALL OF IT. very hard to believe.So when the got wind of it, they swooped in and claimed they had first rights and bought it all up
Maybe they thought Ultraman had a chance? Let's be fair guys, Sentai has a very small audience here in the West and nobody hopes to profit on spandexmen or bugmen especially on something like DVD-only release. It's a risk nobody wants to take.Yet, Funimation and 4Kids Entertainment had no problem doing this for the Ultraman Tiga adaptation.
Eh. We don't know all the details anyway, mostly because it's not in business' interests to disclose them. My intel is not really waterproof and that producer could mean many things by what he said so yeah, we still can only guess.Come to RangerCrew and hash it out. That's where I heard it. It was noted by SPD's producer Greg Aronowitz.
Why wouldn't Overdrive have any special features?
Has there been any news regarding the individual release of Turbo-Lost Galaxy yet?
I'm thinking Operation Overdrive and the other post-Lost Galaxy seasons that Shout! Factory has yet to release individually will most likely be barebones just like the pre-Lightspeed Rescue sets will be when they get released individually. I just hope the behind the scenes special would be one of the special features available if they release a PRLR-PRRPM set though. That and the "hidden episode" of Power Rangers: DinoThunder. Though I wonder if they'd put any other direct-to-video specials and TV specials from the MMPR-PRLG era on such a set, that didn't make it onto the MMPR-PRLG set.