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Dragon Ball Z - Battle of Gods
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Auctions end today! Starting bid prices are super-cheap: $ 0.50 per video game and the DS Lite!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance Game: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (2002) on eBay, currently at $11.00 USD at the time of this post!

I'm also selling a Nintendo DS Lite, and three Nintendo DS Games: Animal Crossing: Wild World (2005), Diddy Kong Racing DS (2007), and Super Mario 64 DS (2004), if you want to see my other eBay listings.

Shipping: I can combine shipping if you buy multiple items.

Shipping Outside USA: The shipping price of $3.75 is for shipping within the continental United States. If you're outside of the country, I'd go and get the price from the post office, and then let you know how much it would cost. :)

Feedback and Returns: I have good eBay feedback and a long-established account. Unfortunately, I can't accept returns because I'm leaving the country!
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I noticed there isn't any K-ON! comm in DW yet, so I made one! You're free to post any K-ON! related stuffs here. Join if you're a fan of this awesome series! ♥


Please tell me if this is not allowed and I'll delete it.
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Crunchyroll, if you were somehow not aware, is a site that became well-known for having a huge library of user-uploaded anime and drama, all subtitled by fan groups. This continued for a few years until the person in charge of the site decided it was time to go legit, and removed all of the user-uploaded series this past January. In their place are a couple handful of current (and also really old) shows, subtitled by companies and uploaded with the permission of the copyright holders.
CR was filled with negative comments for while, users who had been there from the beginning and were furious CR was "selling out." They wanted their free anime/drama source to stay free.
While CR does maintain a membership system for premium features (being able to see episodes the day they're released rather than a week or more later, for example), a large portion of the site is still free. There's a catch, though. Some, if not many, of the series are able only to be viewed in the US, where CR is based. Copyright issues strike again. I wonder when we'll really have ubiquitous streaming media... but that's not really the point of this post.

How do you feel about Crunchyroll? Are you mad that it switched focus? Are you glad there's a place to legally stream recently released series? Would you pay for a membership there?

I'm glad the focus shifted, and I like that it's actually legal for me to watch the things I do on CR. I do have a membership, and that's primarily a sign of my support more than anything else. It's not required to support them to watch the shows and in reality, there are not a whole lot of shows there I want to watch, but I want to support the idea, the potential it represents.
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My heart really goes out to Katsuhiro Otomo's Freedom.  The series originally backed the wrong horse in the HD race, by choosing HDDVD over Blu-Ray, and then when it converted to Blu-Ray, it seems to have lost all its steam in the press.  At least I stopped hearing about it.

I never saw the whole thing, and that's because NetFlix doesn't stock the whole series, just the first two standard definition DVDs.  There's simply no way for me to legally rent it.  For me to legally see the whole thing, I'll have to buy the Blu-Ray discs.  (Making it my first Blu-Ray purchase of any discs at all.)

Is there any anime out there that you think it awesome, but that nobody else seems to know about or appreciate?

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