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Yet Another Wedding Peach Question (OAV)
Topic by: EmpressStephanie
Posted: February 7, 2005 - 8:37 PM PST
Last Reply: April 15, 2005 - 1:39 PM PDT

author topic: Yet Another Wedding Peach Question (OAV)
EmpressStephanie
post #1  on February 7, 2005 - 8:37 PM PST  
So basically I'm pulling my hair out here cause I want to know if ADV is planning on releases the OAVs. Anyone got any info I searched the net endlessly and all I found was mention of a box set that includes space for the OVA but no actual solid info about it.
hamano
post #2  on February 8, 2005 - 6:13 AM PST  
It's been released in Germany by ACOG... I don't know if ADV has the license.
hamano
post #3  on February 8, 2005 - 6:31 AM PST  
 Wedding Peach Vol. #09 (of 10) was just released. So my guess is that Vol. 10 is going to be the 4 OAV episodes. Volumes 1 and 6 were released with a bonus disc if you bought the boxed set. So volume 10 will actually be the 12th Wedding Peach disc to be released, rounding out the entire series. I can't find an official release date, though.
aacevedo
post #4  on February 8, 2005 - 5:31 PM PST  
> On February 8, 2005 - 6:31 AM PST hamano wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> Wedding Peach Vol. #09 (of 10) was just released. So my guess is that Vol. 10 is going to be the 4 OAV episodes. Volumes 1 and 6 were released with a bonus disc if you bought the boxed set. So volume 10 will actually be the 12th Wedding Peach disc to be released, rounding out the entire series. I can't find an official release date, though.
> ---------------------------------


Wedding Peach Vol. #10 "DX" releases 03/22/05. no news on the contents. Anime on DVD has it listed as 120 minutes, price set at $29.98

i just updated my anime list to include this info.
EmpressStephanie
post #5  on February 8, 2005 - 7:44 PM PST  
awesome... well at least there's hope that I'll get to see it. ::sigh:: I've totally given up on Steel Angel Kurumi 0.
Catullus
post #6  on February 21, 2005 - 2:28 AM PST  
> On February 8, 2005 - 7:44 PM PST EmpressStephanie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> awesome... well at least there's hope that I'll get to see it. ::sigh:: I've totally given up on Steel Angel Kurumi 0.
> ---------------------------------

I downloaded SAK Zero a long time ago too bad its completely stupid, dont worry about missing it.
EmpressStephanie
post #7  on February 21, 2005 - 6:46 PM PST  
you wouldn't happen to still have the site... or want to send me that file via some program do you?
DBooher
post #8  on March 2, 2005 - 9:51 AM PST  
> On February 8, 2005 - 7:44 PM PST EmpressStephanie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> awesome... well at least there's hope that I'll get to see it. ::sigh:: I've totally given up on Steel Angel Kurumi 0.
> ---------------------------------

WHAT
WHAT
I'm not even going to start watching it then. And I was so looking forward to it. And they wonder why we pirate up.
kohnfused1
post #9  on March 2, 2005 - 2:20 PM PST  
> On March 2, 2005 - 9:51 AM PST DBooher wrote:

> WHAT
> WHAT
> I'm not even going to start watching it then. And I was so looking forward to it. And they wonder why we pirate up.
> ---------------------------------

How about "pirating" down? It's a more secretive way of piracy.
DBooher
post #10  on March 2, 2005 - 6:50 PM PST  
> On March 2, 2005 - 2:20 PM PST kohnfused1 wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> > On March 2, 2005 - 9:51 AM PST DBooher wrote:
>
> > WHAT
> > WHAT
> > I'm not even going to start watching it then. And I was so looking forward to it. And they wonder why we pirate up.
> > ---------------------------------
>
> How about "pirating" down? It's a more secretive way of piracy.
> ---------------------------------

Good point. I'm make a mental note.
Seriously. These are reasons why we pirate down. ^_^
Why do they release volumes of mangas/animes every other month? Or sometimes just stop releasing them (I.N.V.U. for example) Why do they release the first season but not always the next season of super addictive animes? Don't they know that us otaku's are a homicidial and impatient bunch of nerds? Hm?
jross3
post #11  on March 2, 2005 - 8:05 PM PST  
> On March 2, 2005 - 6:50 PM PST DBooher wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> Don't they know that us otaku's are a homicidial and impatient bunch of nerds? Hm?
> ---------------------------------

It would be nice if that were true. Maybe then they would give us some respect!
EmpressStephanie
post #12  on March 11, 2005 - 4:26 PM PST  
> On March 2, 2005 - 6:50 PM PST DBooher wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> > On March 2, 2005 - 2:20 PM PST kohnfused1 wrote:
> > ---------------------------------
> > > On March 2, 2005 - 9:51 AM PST DBooher wrote:
> >
> > > WHAT
> > > WHAT
> > > I'm not even going to start watching it then. And I was so looking forward to it. And they wonder why we pirate up.
> > > ---------------------------------
> >
> > How about "pirating" down? It's a more secretive way of piracy.
> > ---------------------------------
>
> Good point. I'm make a mental note.
> Seriously. These are reasons why we pirate down. ^_^
> Why do they release volumes of mangas/animes every other month? Or sometimes just stop releasing them (I.N.V.U. for example) Why do they release the first season but not always the next season of super addictive animes? Don't they know that us otaku's are a homicidial and impatient bunch of nerds? Hm?
> ---------------------------------

OMG....

I'm still bitter about I.N.V.U.
They finally released the last volume of Planet Ladder but it was pretty lame especially after almost 2 years of waiting my passion for the story died down.

T_T I.N.V.U. is so awesome though. God damn them.
DBooher
post #13  on March 15, 2005 - 5:47 PM PST  
> On March 11, 2005 - 4:26 PM PST EmpressStephanie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> > On March 2, 2005 - 6:50 PM PST DBooher wrote:
> > ---------------------------------
> > > On March 2, 2005 - 2:20 PM PST kohnfused1 wrote:
> > > ---------------------------------
> > > > On March 2, 2005 - 9:51 AM PST DBooher wrote:
> > >
> > > > WHAT
> > > > WHAT
> > > > I'm not even going to start watching it then. And I was so looking forward to it. And they wonder why we pirate up.
> > > > ---------------------------------
> > >
> > > How about "pirating" down? It's a more secretive way of piracy.
> > > ---------------------------------
> >
> > Good point. I'm make a mental note.
> > Seriously. These are reasons why we pirate down. ^_^
> > Why do they release volumes of mangas/animes every other month? Or sometimes just stop releasing them (I.N.V.U. for example) Why do they release the first season but not always the next season of super addictive animes? Don't they know that us otaku's are a homicidial and impatient bunch of nerds? Hm?
> > ---------------------------------
>
> OMG....
>
> I'm still bitter about I.N.V.U.
> They finally released the last volume of Planet Ladder but it was pretty lame especially after almost 2 years of waiting my passion for the story died down.
>
> T_T I.N.V.U. is so awesome though. God damn them.
> ---------------------------------

SERIOUSLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I.N.V.U was the first time I actually bought a volume as it came out. And what did they do? Freakin stopped at volume 3. I even wrote to Tokyopop. On three occasions. Like that would help. Have you read Hot Gimmick? It's stupidly good. Afleming and I are official Hot Gimmick Fan girls. I know that's nothing to brag about. Also, Imadoki, Happy Hustle High, the Queens Knight, The Wallflower and sweet and sensitive are good. Pretty boys. Especially in The Queen's Knight.
jross3
post #14  on March 15, 2005 - 8:05 PM PST  
What is Tokyopop's fixation with delaying the last volume? I don't understand it.
First (first I had to deal with, anyway) it was Planet Ladder. Now I'm waiting for Priest - and there's really no guarentee that 15 is even the end, since I stopped at 12 for now so that I'm still "fresh" on the series when they (finally) schedule a release for vol. 15. It was a good stopping spot, I think.
Plus they stopped publishing Ragnarok at 10... and the story wasn't finished by any means. It said "to be continued in Vol. 11". What vol. 11? I was very upset at the time, I really liked that series.

Were they just aiming to catch up with the Japanese release schedule with the last volumes? But - oh no! - the release was delayed, and then it throws the whole operation off, and sets them back a whole year! Entirely possible. Completely stupid, as well.

> On March 15, 2005 - 5:47 PM PST DBooher wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> ... Also, Imadoki, Happy Hustle High, the Queens Knight, The Wallflower and sweet and sensitive are good.

I was looking for Happy Hustle High today. I couldn't find it; is it really good? It seems that I'll have to buy it online if I'm gonna read it; can I take your word for its quality?
DBooher
post #15  on March 15, 2005 - 9:56 PM PST  
> On March 15, 2005 - 8:05 PM PST jross3 wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> What is Tokyopop's fixation with delaying the last volume? I don't understand it.
> First (first I had to deal with, anyway) it was Planet Ladder. Now I'm waiting for Priest - and there's really no guarentee that 15 is even the end, since I stopped at 12 for now so that I'm still "fresh" on the series when they (finally) schedule a release for vol. 15. It was a good stopping spot, I think.
> Plus they stopped publishing Ragnarok at 10... and the story wasn't finished by any means. It said "to be continued in Vol. 11". What vol. 11? I was very upset at the time, I really liked that series.
>
> Were they just aiming to catch up with the Japanese release schedule with the last volumes? But - oh no! - the release was delayed, and then it throws the whole operation off, and sets them back a whole year! Entirely possible. Completely stupid, as well.
>
> > On March 15, 2005 - 5:47 PM PST DBooher wrote:
> > ---------------------------------
> > ... Also, Imadoki, Happy Hustle High, the Queens Knight, The Wallflower and sweet and sensitive are good.
>
> I was looking for Happy Hustle High today. I couldn't find it; is it really good? It seems that I'll have to buy it online if I'm gonna read it; can I take your word for its quality?
> ---------------------------------

Oooooh. The Power. ^_^
Happy Hustle High is about an all-girl's high school that becomes coed because it goes bankrupt. There's one girl, the lead and she's a tomboy and she beats up perverts and she's got crazy hair she doesn't know what to do with yadayadayada. It's shojo with a little kick. It's predictable where it's supposed to be by shojo guidelines. I know you like Wallflower, right? I would say look at Borders Books, they will have it. As for buying it, I say buying the first volume is safe. IF you don't like it then you won't like the rest of it. If you are outraged then I will gladly refund you your money via happy sunshine feelings. ^_^

As for tokyopop's wierd manga release strategy: I say we all do it old school and pick up our pitch forks and torches and sun hats and march right down to the main office, knock on the door of the man and tell him straight out. "You are a dink." That'll teach him.
SonjaBlue
post #16  on March 15, 2005 - 10:14 PM PST  
DBooher wrote:

> ...I say we all do it old school and pick up our pitch forks and torches and sun hats and march right down to the main office, knock on the door of the man and tell him straight out. "You are a dink." That'll teach him.<

(Sonja is momentarily distracted by this lynch mob scenario and laughs. She makes a mental note: Never consider conducting business in the vacinity of spirited DBoo. A momentary lapse of demeanor by the Blue Woman in presence of...others may compromise her professionalism.)
EmpressStephanie
post #17  on March 24, 2005 - 12:36 PM PST  
T_T Still mad about I.N.V.U.

I'm collecting Happy Hustle High... yes it is very predictable but its soooooooo good. ^^

The guys... ::sniff:: some mangakas can really draw a sexy guy. : )

I'm collecting Wall Flower too... bah it will take forever before they get to where the scans left off. T_T

It seems we have a lot of shoujo fan girls here soo (not sure if this is against the rules or not but)...
go here: www.ninasroom.net/thecult/
It's my shoujo/romance anime manga forum... we got a lot of great resources as far as where to get what and how, for manga and for anime... including some direct downloads (but you have to be a member to see that section of the forum) Everyone is real great... however I must provide warning we have a group of rabid yaoi fan girls. ^^ ok enough shameless advertising.
hamano
post #18  on March 24, 2005 - 1:24 PM PST  
> On March 24, 2005 - 12:36 PM PST EmpressStephanie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> go here: www.ninasroom.net/thecult/

Let's make it easy for the lazy girls...

Empress Stephanie's Domain at Nina's Room

Oh, maybe you can't go straight in if you don't register first...
jross3
post #19  on April 14, 2005 - 1:40 AM PDT  
DBoo: (your inbox is full, so I'm posting here)
Thanks for the good recomendation on Happy Hustle High! I might have gotten it anyway, but they still don't have it at local bookstores (there's not a whole lot of options where I am now), so I'm glad I ordered it online.
I loved the first book! It took Anime Castle a month since your recommendation to stock it, but it was worth the wait. I really loved the ending, too - "They skipped school... to play video games?!?!" (and the ensuing revenge/punishment); just great. And it wasn't a cliffhanger, either! I won't be having withdrawls while I wait for vol. 2. What a considerate (and talented - all the chibi designs were too cute, and even the normal parts looked really nice) manga artist this is!
Naturally, this is getting a piece of prime real estate on my book shelf - top shelf, between CLAMP and Fruits Basket. And I have you to thank for making me (well... encouraging me to) get it.
I may be over-reacting a bit, but it's not often that I find a new series I like this much. I had to express my thanks!

Naturally, I'm going to be looking into the other titles you mentioned - I just need to make myself a note to check out Queen's Knight.
If I may attempt to repay you, have you looked at Doubt or W Juiet? Doubt is about a girl who was a nerd in Jr. High (a "jimmy" is supposedly the Japanese term; there's some cultural education here, after all!) who makes herself over body and soul for her High School debut in order to be popular. Interestng story. W Juliet concerns a boy who has to dress like a girl and a girl who can't help but look like a guy... when they go out, they each dress as the opposite sex; it's amusing and confusing and thoroughly enjoyable. The artist really renders the fact that they're both crossdressing with a lot of finesse, giving the dude-looks-like-a-lady the occasional masculine glance at his tough-but-still-femenine girlfriend (and yet he's generally quite the convincing woman, and when she really dresses as a man she reminds me of Ryang Jegal in Faeries' Landing (another good series, if you haven't checked it out)). Of course, the poeple at school think they're both girls..... And they're both in Drama Club, which brings up several possible jokes....

So thanks! Please let me know if you find something especially good! I'm willing to give your word one book per series recommended, from this point forward. It seems quite reliable.

~JR
EmpressStephanie
post #20  on April 15, 2005 - 1:39 PM PDT  
Jross you neeeeed to join my forum... you too hamano (Afleming posts your reviews in it so your some what of a celebrity : )

In any case both Doubt and H3 are awesome. Doubt is really unique... h3 is a little more run of the mill but still very excellent. Although I didn't like W-juliet... I'm not really into the gender benders.

> On April 14, 2005 - 1:40 AM PDT jross3 wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> DBoo: (your inbox is full, so I'm posting here)
> Thanks for the good recomendation on Happy Hustle High! I might have gotten it anyway, but they still don't have it at local bookstores (there's not a whole lot of options where I am now), so I'm glad I ordered it online.
> I loved the first book! It took Anime Castle a month since your recommendation to stock it, but it was worth the wait. I really loved the ending, too - "They skipped school... to play video games?!?!" (and the ensuing revenge/punishment); just great. And it wasn't a cliffhanger, either! I won't be having withdrawls while I wait for vol. 2. What a considerate (and talented - all the chibi designs were too cute, and even the normal parts looked really nice) manga artist this is!
> Naturally, this is getting a piece of prime real estate on my book shelf - top shelf, between CLAMP and Fruits Basket. And I have you to thank for making me (well... encouraging me to) get it.
> I may be over-reacting a bit, but it's not often that I find a new series I like this much. I had to express my thanks!
>

> Naturally, I'm going to be looking into the other titles you mentioned - I just need to make myself a note to check out Queen's Knight.
> If I may attempt to repay you, have you looked at Doubt or W Juiet? Doubt is about a girl who was a nerd in Jr. High (a "jimmy" is supposedly the Japanese term; there's some cultural education here, after all!) who makes herself over body and soul for her High School debut in order to be popular. Interestng story. W Juliet concerns a boy who has to dress like a girl and a girl who can't help but look like a guy... when they go out, they each dress as the opposite sex; it's amusing and confusing and thoroughly enjoyable. The artist really renders the fact that they're both crossdressing with a lot of finesse, giving the dude-looks-like-a-lady the occasional masculine glance at his tough-but-still-femenine girlfriend (and yet he's generally quite the convincing woman, and when she really dresses as a man she reminds me of Ryang Jegal in Faeries' Landing (another good series, if you haven't checked it out)). Of course, the poeple at school think they're both girls..... And they're both in Drama Club, which brings up several possible jokes....
>
> So thanks! Please let me know if you find something especially good! I'm willing to give your word one book per series recommended, from this point forward. It seems quite reliable.
>
> ~JR
> ---------------------------------

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