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HOW THE HELL DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS
For the curious -
Session #1: Audio commentary with Koichi Yamadera (Spike) and Unshou Ishizuka (Jet)
Session #5: Audio commentary with Wendee Lee (Faye) and ADR Producer Yutaka Maseba
Session #10: Audio commentary with Wendee Lee (Faye) and ADR Producer Yutaka Maseba
Session #17: Audio commentary with Director Shinichiro Watanabe and Composer Yoko Kanno
Session #24: Audio commentary with Megumi Hayashibara (Faye) and Aoi Tada (Ed)
Interview with Wendee Lee (English voice of Faye Valentine)
Interview with Cartoon Network Producer Sean Akins
Tank! Full-Size music clip
Tank! Club remix music clip - UK version
Original opening and closing songs
Textless opening and closing songs
Original and textless closing song Ep. 13
Original and textless closing song Ep. 26
Memo from Bebop: The dub sessions remembered
Ein's summer vacation
Cowboy Bebop session #0
It is not on Netflix, but it is on Amazon Prime.
USA has some episodes as well, but it looks like its only season 2.
In US it is in Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Vudu and others.
Very different to UK (and other non-US/CA/NZ countries) where it is not available at all.
This Archive.org snapshot from mid-May positively confirms
that the Amazon product page originally said "+ Digital HD with Ultraviolet":
Assuming you're in North America, there's really only one line of DVDs in print for the first Dragon Ball TV series: the five blue season bricks. These were released from 2009-2010. That's all there is right now, and they are readily available on sites like RightStuf and Amazon. There is no word on any future re-release of the series, remastered/HD or otherwise.
If you are exclusively watching the franchise in English and are for some reason or another incapable of being convinced otherwise, please watch the Kai version of the Dragon Ball Z portion for something resembling an accurate script and atmosphere.
Real talk: entire franchise, Japanese with English subtitles, beginning to end, no items, Final Destination.
I'm all for physical sales, I still collect tons of movie and shows on DVD and Blu Ray, but this just seems to be some random twitter account with a url shortener that hides the fact the amazon link has an affiliate code. Basically, anyone buying it through this link is giving a kickback to dfn00a-20 whoever that is...
edit: here's a direct link to the amazon page for it with no affiliate: [link]
You can buy season 3 here from Amazon US, they ship anywhere in Europe and the The Expanse US blu-rays are all region-free (despite what Amazon says).
AFAIK, Prime international release dates have not yet been announced.
One option is to buy the US Blu-rays from Amazon.com.
(Although Amazon labels them as "Region A/1", some reports say they are region-free.)
(Oops, for clarity my thread title should've said "Amazon's US TV bestsellers".)
FWIW, the US Blu-rays are reportedly "region-free" (even though Amazon lists them as region A/1) ... so if you have a player, and if you can order an import (either from the Amazon site nearest you, if they offer it, or else by international order from Amazon.com), that may be one option to consider.
Dude, please don't steal...support the show so we get more content like this in the future. You can buy a season pass from Amazon, and you get the episodes as they are released. Link I'm going to buy the next season myself some time soon.
Amazon has the 2nd season for $3 an HD episode, $2 for SD, or $30 for the season.
Google Playstore has it also
In the past the prices fell significantly as we got closer to the release date, which is listed as July 17, 2018 this year (you pay the lowest price between now and the end of release day with Amazon's pre-order price guarantee).
Blu-rays of seasons 1 and 2 are region-free despite Amazon listing having them as Region A, so there is a very good chance season 3 is as well. The DVDs are not region-free.
Pre-orders have begun at Amazon Canada as well: Blu-ray, DVD.
season 3 is showing as #43 in top movies/tv purchases on amazon this morning (5/13). i am certain amazon will look at that info as they decide whether to pick up the show.
since the OP is just an image, not a link:
I would focus on technique first with JoJo Mayer's DVD:
Watch it through for the first time and focus on the basic techniques for now. Grab a pair of sticks (I use bigger ones for practice sometimes) and your pad and follow along with the exercises. Do a little each day.
Buy a metronome. I use one on my smart phone (Metronome Beats/Android).
Practice the rudiments and alternate your leading hand or foot. There are plenty websites, apps, and videos for this. Your focus is to breath, stay calm, and control the rebound. Each strike of the pad should sound the same. You could also work in your finger technique. When you are comfortable with each Rudiment (2 mins, no mistakes) then you can look into dynamics. This is where you'll get that Professional sound around the kit and gain that feel everyone strives for.
Listen to your favorite tunes and watch plenty of videos, and maybe covers of the song so see how others may have done a fill, etc.
Do a little each day and make it fun. Even if you have 5 minutes. Practice your single or double strokes. Air drum to songs. Play on a pillow. I even walk around my house air drumming with my sticks to better my finger control.
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I just bought it on bluray so I didn't have to worry about it bouncing from service to service, fixing to do the same with the four seasons and the two MHA movies.
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I don't know what region you live in, but if you're looking for a North American or NTSC/Region-1 release, then the remastered "blue brick" DVD sets are the overall best option currently available. The original DB series hasn't been made available on Blu-ray anywhere yet that I'm aware of.
FWIW, some posts have said the current Blu-ray release of Season 3
is actually region-free (even though Amazon labels it as Region A/1).
(I haven't purchased it myself, so I can't personally verify that it is region-free.)
From e.g. Amazon.com: S3 blu-ray. The blu-rays are region-free despite Amazon claiming otherwise.
If you do not have any payment methods accepted by Amazon.com, you can also buy it from various sellers on eBay.
Note that only the blu-ray discs are region-free, not the DVDs.
I bought the first season off of amazon. Other seasons might be a couple bucks higher though.
I’m happy your enjoying it as well!
Dragon Ball: Season 1 [link]
Melissa Cross, aka Queen of Scream, is an experienced instructor who has worked with many of the top names in metal and other hardcore styles and she has an instructional DVD that you can order from Amazon here
Another option, if you have some extra money and a Blu-ray player, is to import the US Blu-rays, which have previously been reported to be region-free (even though Amazon doesn't say they are).
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Cowboy Bebop: The Complete Series Blu-ray and the Cowboy Bebop: Complete Series SteelBook (Available now at Best Buy) are the exact same thing. Same disk content, same disk art even so only the packaging is different. The Steelbook does included a Digital Copy through Funimation though. The standard Blu-ray has been as cheap as $20 on amazon (in Dec) so that might happen again. The Amazon Special edition includes the same disks as the standard Blu-Ray release but also includes the DVD version of the show as well and has a small Art Book and Sketch Book (line art from the show). The Art book is the size of a standard Blu-Ray case and the sketchbook is a little thicker. If you have any questions on the Editions (US) i can help... i own them all.
Not sure where you are but at least in the US Nickelodeon has it streaming through an add-on channel to Amazon Prime called NickHits
You can order the region-free S3 blu-ray set from e.g. Amazon US, or if you want to buy from UK, e.g. this (randomly selected) ebay listing.
Note also that some reports have claimed that the S3 Blu-rays sold on Amazon.com in the US, though labeled there as "Region A/1", may actually be region-free. ... So if those reports are accurate, buying those Blu-rays could be one option to consider.
This is what I just bought:
Cowboy Bebop: The Complete Series [Blu-ray] [link]
I originally didn’t have a box set, just six separate dvds that weren’t the “remix” versions.
I'm not sure how it works in the US, since I'm in the UK - but a Prime subscription here is £7.99 a month, and it's included in that - the service is similar to Netflix: it's a bit steep that you have to pay per episode
Checked amazon.com and it works the same way:
This one is the one I own:
This is the one I'm asking about:
No worries, mate.
So this is how it works basically:
Funimation originally released the 8 volume set between 2010 and 2012.
However, because of a plagiarism scandal with the composer, they changed the music half way through, so the first four volumes are inconsistent with the latter four.
So in 2012, Funimation released a new set called the Season set, which is in four volumes and spans the Saiyan to the Cell arc. The music is consistent all the way through.
The reason why Buu arc was unreleased after that was because Dragon Ball Kai ended it's run after episode 98. However, in 2014, Toei started working on the Buu arc. This was only dubbed in January 2017.
The box sets for the remaining episodes should be releasing shortly. I believe the first one is actually released.
So just to sum things up, "Dragon Ball Kai" ranges 4 volumes from episode 1 to 98.
"Dragon Ball Kai: The Final Chapters" ranges the remaining episodes from 99 onward. The number of volumes is yet to be determined.
The recent Final Chapters can be watched on Adult Swim's website if you have a cable sub.
As for the rest, you need to buy the home video set to watch it.
Alright, to simplify, the Japanese Dragon Ball Z soundtrack is composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi.
The Dragon Ball Kai soundtrack is composed by Kenji Yamamoto.
Toward the end of Kai's run, Yamamoto was fired for plagiarism, and the score of Kai on home releases was replaced with Shunsuke Kikuchi's Dragon Ball Z soundtrack.
The version with the Kikuchi soundtrack can be purchased here.
The version with the Yamamoto soundtrack can be purchased here.
The Kikuchi soundtrack is referred to as the "Season" set and the Yamamoto version is called the "Part" set, and it's older and out of print.
You can stream them on Funimation's website or purchase the box sets at any number of places like Amazon.
Most stuff that comes out these days has both dub/sub on it.
This link here is for a $28 Blu-Ray of the series and it says in the product that it has both. For what it's worth, I have the DVD-version with the same cover and can absolutely confirm that that one has both.
>SyFy doesn't get any money from Netflix, Amazon...
That's just so gloriously wrong.
SyFy is, right or wrongly known for 'Sharknado' and that sort of shite TV. I long ago gave up on them.
Let's break this down.
SyFy makes money from advertising revenue (I'll come back here in a sec)
SyFy needs viewers for those advertisers, hence the ratings you pointed out.
SyFy puts their show on Netflix/ Prime season 1 for free, the new season you have to pay (that's money that they make by the way but not the point I'm making so I'll let you not count all that money...(which btw I know 3 different people that have paid for season 2as they are 'unplugged' and don't get SyFy... but I digress)
I watched Season 1 for 'free' on prime last week.
GUESS what I'm doing for season 2 now that I've caught up? Go ahead I'll wait. That's right. I am watching it when is airs or shortly after, with those ads etc.
Just for reference. "The Expanse: Season 2" is $24.99 on Amazon and $29.99 on iTunes... that would be a bit more than '...doesn't get any money from...'
Again none of this takes into account how much the world has changed since FarScape was canceled. Game of Thrones and other shows would have NEVER survived 15 years ago.. hell they would never have been made or given the opportunity.
I've heard good things about The Zen of Screaming series, but haven't tried it out myself. Melissa Cross is seemingly an expert in metal screaming technique. Otherwise, there are plenty of screaming tutorials on Youtube for free. Just remember, breathing technique is extremely important when screaming, and although some discomfort can be expected when starting, pain indicates that you are doing something wrong.
You can watch it on Amazon if you want. If you don't have Prime it's with ads though. I haven't tried it myself yet either, I just checked.
or go to FUNimation's site get a subscribtion and it should all be there. Idk if you could watch it for free through.
I'm from EU (Finland), so I guess I can get it from the amazon.. But what I was actually asking that is that I couldn't find it from any torrent websites, I guess no one has uploaded it to online.
I wouldn't mind buying it but I still wonder why I can't find any bluray rip out of it.
I guess I will have to just get this then [link] (it's the same on than the funimations one released (Dec 16, 2014)
You might check out The Zen of Screaming series. I've only seen the first one and as the reviews point out it's a little thin on the actual screaming/growling technique but more on general singing techniques. It looks like the second DVD has more metal-focused material, but I don't have any firsthand experience with it.
Well, I initially delayed it because I was going to buy the Blu-Ray box set but I ended up not buying it because of multiple reasons. I'll watch it soon enough, I promise ;>
Yes! there are blue-rays i bought them so I would recommend them, although the aspect ratio is a little weird Here's a link!
Dragon Ball Kai is dubbed up to the end of the Cell arc. You can purchase the Blurays from Amazon. The Majin Buu arc is currently Airing in Japan, and will wrap up in July. There's no word of a dub yet, but we'll probably hear news of one later this year.
Buy the Blue bricks for Dragon ball [link]
For DBZ buy the Blu-rays if your a casual dbz watcher , buy The Dragon Boxes if your a purist , Take note though that the dragon boxes are out of print and very expensive.
Someone bought me this guy's DVD for Xmas one year.
He's a real goofball.
Seasons 1 and 2 of Pete and Pete are on DVD [link]
there are also a few other shows like Clarissa Explains it all and The Secret world of Alex Mac on DVD from Nickelodeons Rewind Collection. I wish they would finish off series like Pete and Pete and release the 3rd and final season..
As mentioned, check out: [link]
If I had to guess, you are holding the sticks too tightly; the energy goes into your hand instead of into the stick rebounding. Are you pushing into the drum? Or do the sticks sing?
My soft little programmer hands have no problem when I play like a retarded ape and beat the shit out of the drums for 2 hours straight.
Seasons one and two have actually been out for nearly five years already. Unfortunately, season three's release was canceled.
You can get season 1 and season 2 on Amazon. Sadly Season 3 hasn't been released.
One thing that will improve your left foot's speed and time is, while playing choruses on the ride, keep time in 16ths with your left foot on the hats. Work on getting a solid, accurate 'chick' sound. Once you're comfortable with this, change it up and play triplets with your left foot or something that will improve your independence.
For your hands, work on the rudiments with a metronome. If you're struggling with your grip and actual stick holding techniques, use Jojo Mayer - Secret Weapons for the Modern Drummer. It's an amazingly detailed explanation of the fundamentals, even down to the physics involved.