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Part 2 Finally,
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This review is from: Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - Collection Two (Episodes 36-64) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
Long over due for the people of England.
This will apparently slide into collections one housing making it all nice and neat looking like Manga UK initially intended on, releasing a COMPLETE set rather then 2 parts, however this wasn't allowed.
Anyways, GREAT ANIME, PREORDER BOTH PARTS YOU WONT REGRET IT!!!
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Initial post: 19 Jun 2013 16:04:31 BDT
Aaron D. Mc Adam says:
Why wasn't it allowed? I always try to buy Full collections if I can!
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Jun 2013 21:31:47 BDT
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Jacob Klingstroem says:
Japan license holders refused a complete collection as Japan does not even have one. A 2 part was allowed as Funimation has already done that.
In reply to an earlier post on 30 Sep 2013 03:54:14 BDT
Thats not true at all, it was done for cost reasons. People are more likely to buy 2 sets at a cheaper price than make one big purchase. Secondly, these blurays are region coded so wont play in Japan anyway, thirdly, they are licensed from Funimation, so for Manga the original license holders dont come into it.
Fell free to read Manga uks twitter page where they tell you the reason they decided to split this into 2 box sets.
Also, a totally rubbish review that manages to say nothing about the actual product.
In reply to an earlier post on 22 Oct 2013 19:48:29 BDT
To quote Manga UK's Twitter: "It's getting harder and harder to get permission from the Licensors to do complete series box sets. That's why #FairyTail, #BlueExorcist and #FMABrotherhood are all split into half season collections. If they don't do a box set in Japan they don't want to allow it in any other territory because of their (misplaced) fear of parallel importing."
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