Let me ask you this. WHY IS IT SO HARD TO GIVE YOU GUYS MY MONEY????
I have paid subscriptions to crunchyroll and funimation, I buy every english subbed blu-ray of seasons I like, some of which I’ve bought direct from japan (such as Karneval which cost me about $70 per disc). I buy every tankobon released in English of manga I like.
I’ve poured thousands of dollars into this obsession of mine, and I would be more than willing to pour thousands more, IF YOU MAKE THEM AVAILABLE IN MY COUNTRY.
The reason I read Kuroko no Basuke, Haikyuu, Yowapeda, etc. scanlations is because THEY ARE NOT LICENSED IN ENGLISH.
I’ve written to Viz Media multiple times begging them to license KuroBas and explaining that I would immediately buy the entire series if they did, but it still hasn’t happened, yet.
I don’t mind that you’re making it harder to find pirated material, but give us a way to purchase these things legally, don’t just take it away.
This is my exact argument over Detective Conan.
I would love to support them with my money, but they won’t let me.
See these guys above, so it’s not about money and stop being ignorant!
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