[AniFemTalk] What anime and manga licenses would you like to see rescued?

In the late 2000s, the anime boom came to an end and the market crashed, hard. A lot of anime and manga distributors went under, meaning that everything they had the rights to went out of print. Funimation, Viz, and others scooped up a lot of those titles, but there’s still plenty of stuff that’s fallen through the cracks.

  • What anime or manga would you like to see rescued?
  • Are there certain companies you’re happier to see get licenses than others? Why?
  • What older series got missed the first time around that you’d like to see picked up?

 

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