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Koby last won the day on June 27

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  1. Please learn how to read English and post requests in the request section, not some random board on the forum.
  2. Please use the request board to make requests. *Moved.
  3. An official website has opened on Wednesday announcing that the Basilisk series will receive a sequel manga and an accompanying TV anime adaptation titled Basilisk: Ouka Ninpouchou. The manga will be based on Masaki Yamada's sequel novel of the same name. Yamada will also write the manga with illustrations by Tatsuya Shihira, and will begin its serialization in the 34th issue of Weekly Young Magazine on July 24. The sequel will center around two elite ninjas of the Kouga and Iga clan, named as Hachirou and Hibiki, respectively. Fuutarou Yamada has written the first novels of Basilisk in 1958 and 1959 as Kouga Ninpouchou (The Kouga Ninja Scrolls). It has been adapted into several live-action, manga, and anime series. Masaki Segawa drew the novel's 5-volume manga adaptation and was serialized in Young Magazine Uppers from February 2003 to June 2004. Kodansha Comics USA has released all volumes of the manga digitally in English in 2014. Studio Gonzo produced a 24-episode anime adaptation in 2005. In the same year, the manga has also inspired a live-action film titled Basilisk: Shinobi Heart Under Blade. Official anime site: http://basilisk-ouka.jp/ Official anime Twitter: @basiliskouka
  4. 'Iron Fist' Renewed for Second Season at Netflix
  5. I only see a 720p English Dub on BakaBT by [M74].
  6. The CW series “The Originals” will end after its upcoming fifth season. Showrunner Julie Plec made the announcement on Twitter on Thursday ahead of the series’ San Diego Comic-Con panel later this week. Plec said it was only fitting to make the announcement one year after announcing the end of the series’ parent program, “The Vampire Diaries.” “It’s both a gift and a burden to be able to control the ending of a series,” Plec wrote. “Many shows are not lucky enough to have a hand in deciding when the end has come.” Fans will be able to attend a panel Q&A with the cast and creators on Saturday, July 22, at 12 p.m. PT at the Indigo Ballroom in the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel. “The Originals” follows Joseph Morgan’s Klaus Mikaelson and his family in New Orleans. Morgan stars alongside Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin, Charles Michael Davis, Yusuf Gatewood and Riley Voelkel. Plec serves as executive producer with Leslie Morgenstein. The series hails from Bonanza Productions Inc., My So-Called Company, Alloy Entertainment, Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios. The show was one of several renewals for The CW for the 2017-2018 season. The other renewals were “iZombie,” “Arrow,” “D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “Jane the Virgin,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” and “Supernatural.” The network cancelled freshman series “No Tomorrow” and “Frequency.” It was spun off from “The Vampire Diaries” in 2013. “Vampire Diaries” wrapped up earlier this year after eight seasons and 171 episodes. The series marked Plec’s fourth with The CW. In addition to “Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals,” she also created “The Tomorrow People” and “Containment” for the network, with both shows airing for one season.
  7. I liked quite a bit as well so tough decision. I ended up not even nominating a show and opted just to vote between those that were nominated. One show I enjoyed that failed to get nominated was Grimoire of Zero. Pretty sure AoT2 is gonna win by a pretty big landslide though here at Kametsu. Little Witch Academia won AotS at other sites, but failed to even get nominated here. Shows how vastly different the userbase opinions are... I thought LWA was overall fairly average to poor and nothing about it was very good. The second movie was a lot better than anything the tv series had to offer. In any case, ended up giving my vote to Re:CREATORS. Never managed to find time to watch Rage of Bahamut 2 so couldn't factor that into my voting and WorldEnd while having a nice premise, failed to get me to care about the characters or their story and thus kind of felt bland, not to mention the ending that wasn't really any sort of conclusion. The last episode literally just stopped out of no where and I thought maybe my file had corrupted or something lol.. but nope, that was how they opted to end it apparently. No "the end", no "to be continued", nothing... just suddenly stopped. Attack on Titan 2 was really nice too. Other than those, I didn't watch any of the other nominations.
  8. AotS Spring 2017 Voting has began:


  9. You may vote for one and only one series that aired this last Spring season and is included in this poll that you think deserves to be Anime of Spring 2017. You only get to vote once. *Anime series are alphabetically ordered for this poll. Voting ends August 4th. If your favorite isn't listed then it's your own fault. There was a nominations thread up for a while for everyone to nominate their favorite for this poll. The options here are what was nominated by everyone. We'll run a similar nomination and poll at the end of the Summer 2017 season so be sure to look for it.
  10. Updated and nominations are now closed.
  11. Forum has been around for 13 years and this specific thread for 11 years. As for "copyright nazis" they seldom go after the little guys just downloading for anything more than contacting ISP in which it's up to ISP what they do with that (usually a 3 strikes policy), it's the site owners who are usually the target and that has only happened against bigshot sites like MEGA, PirateBay, KAT, etc... where they were making millions of dollars in profits from pirated downloads. In comparison Kametsu is tiny and doesn't profit at all. We've had several DMCA's through the years but they were pretty much all manga or Dragon Ball / Fairy Tail related and amounted to little more than requiring us to remove the exact links reported (in one case they only wanted a single episode and not the entire series removed oddly enough). In other cases rather than contact me directly, they've contacted our server providers and I've had to go through hoops doing what they ask to ensure everything remains in good standing. As for identifying people, that's actually a lot easier than you'd think in a lot of cases and without posting a picture here, many people would still know exactly who I am with just a little bit of searching. Besides not everyone here actually downloads things. Many users come here solely for chatting with other fans of entertainment (animation, video games, tv series, movies, books, etc..)
  12. OZC uses non-credit OP/ED and adds hardsubbed credits themselves, but their video quality sucks ass because he likes to denoise to death and crush blacks, so OZC stuff is usually chock full of macroblocking and banding. Certainly not worth the lack of quality just to have fan-made English credits.
  13. *Moved to requests.