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Planetes (Vol. 6)
Planetes (Vol. 6)
DVD ~ Artist Not Provided
14 used & new from $6.07

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Word of caution, March 17, 2006
This review is from: Planetes (Vol. 6) (DVD)
Indeed, the series is one of best Anime I have watched in the past couple of years, as per previous review. And I'm not even a fan SciFi as such.

The mastering is also very good, with an anamorphic widescreen(!), good subtitles, and bonus disks you don't get with a HK pirate collection.

BUT I just bought the complete series, and 5 DVDs out of 6(!!) had visible defects!! On 3 they are minor, but on the 2 disks I am returning, they are interfering with the playback.

- If you buy this series, make sure to immediately CHECK the disks for DEFECTS -

I have never seen such poor manufacturing, and these are official U.S. releases from Bandai, a large company if there ever was one. With sleeves and more than enough protective tape around the box to protect Fort Knox. Even the sleeves were glued together the wrong way, with the inside tab glued to the outside. I intentionally pay a premium for the official release (to support the actual artists/Studio that created this great series and encourage more U.S. releases), and at the very least I would expect better manufacturing than a crummy HK copy...

That said, again, this series is well worth the money.


How To Draw Manga Computones Volume 1: Basic Tone Techniques
How To Draw Manga Computones Volume 1: Basic Tone Techniques
by Knife Senno
Edition: Paperback
31 used & new from $8.50

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars One more clarification on the Serial #, June 30, 2005
I ran into the same problem, and went to their website as per previous comment. Basically, you have to leave out the second hyphen (-), but also

!! the letters must be ALL CAPS. !!

Otherwise, when it works, it's actually really nice!


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