Has it seriously been a month already? Wait… it is already MID-APRIL?!
You know the drill by now: you send questions, we answer what we are able to answer. Per the rules, we cannot answer questions about unannounced dubs or licenses, but with those out of the way, let’s get to this month’s Ask Sentai.
WE HOPE SO!!!!!! No news yet, but we would LOVE more Umaru. (UMR YEAH! UMR YEAH!)
Still being carefully, meticulously worked on. They talk SO MUCH. And it all had to be translated and localized. We're not going to forget a large, high profile project like that, but we also can't announce a date and then keep changing it, ya know?
We can certainly try. Unfortunately, for some titles, it just isn't possible for various reasons.
Every show is dealt with on a case-by-case/show-by-show basis. Just because a show goes to one platform for a certain period of time doesn't mean that every show will follow the pattern.
We got the idea, but that's a pretty tall order! Fitting a Rikka plushie and a Mirai figure into a chipboard box? Thanks for letting us know that's what you want, but no promises! We're trying to get these movies out to you as soon as possible.
At this time, Sword Oratoria has been announced as an Anime Strike exclusive in the US.
Not familiar with the title you mentioned, as "Herlock Six" is not our database.
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Hmmmm... considering how well the element of surprise worked the FIRST time we released #thedubsarecoming, we think we won't answer this in favor of keeping it a surprise for the right time.
By process of elimination, yes. And Ushio & Tora.
Limited means limited: a set quantity. Once they gone, they GONE. The box set for Love, Chunibyo, & Other Delusions sold out about last year; Persona 4 the Animation is pretty much sold out, and we're thinking most of the No Game, No Life's will be gone by the end of this year too. We can't disclose the exact quantity of premium box sets created per title, but we only do one run. When they run out is up to the market.