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Hayao Miyazaki's Film Collection Wave (Blu-ray SteelBooks) [Italy]

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  1. Taylor

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  2. Bruckle

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    Yes!!!!!!! :woot::woot:

    Please make them use good art work for these steels!!!
     
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    Any info on subtitles/languages available? Nothing on Amazon site yet.
     
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    bonakaze Video games & Steelbook
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    Awesome news love this collection my two favourites from the list are Spirited away, and Kiki's delivery service probably purchase this depending on artwork.
     
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    Cool. I hope the artwork will be better than the boring UK releases.
     
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    yup ! The back artwork was better !
     
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    Most likely no English subs or audio on any of these. If so it would surprise me.
     
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    Hoping for a better artwork..love these films..
     
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    You've got my interest...
    But aren't we missing 1 or 2 titles from Miyazaki?
     
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    Thanks for the tag @bonakaze! :D My Ghibli collection is probably getting even bigger really fast. :oohyeah:

    Hopefully this won't be some obscure art wave though, I don't want it to be just a huge disappointment.

    Yeah, it bothers me too that for some reason they didn't include The Castle of Cagliostro.
     
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    Wouldn't surprise me if they do a "Popart" wave for these :cautious: Seems to be a trend nowadays

    But yea, I looked up his 'director' list and only Castle of Cagliostro is missing. That one seems to be the outcast on most of these Maiyazaki editions
     
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    Paperinukke Studio Ghibli Ninja
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    That would be a nightmare! Though I like a few Popart steels, but definitely wouldn't want to see Ghibli Popart, no.

    Maybe they're just ignoring that movie because it's part of the Lupin III movie series and not so well known if you're not a fan of Miyazaki. At least it being a Ghibli isn't a reason as technically they formed Studio Ghibli after Nausicaä. I don't know if they actually have a good reason to not include it.
     
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    oh wow! Just recently discovered Studio Ghibli. Those movies are beautiful pieces of art! Hopefully English subs!!
     
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    spirited away! yeahhhh...:)
     
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    The Italian Ghibli Blu-rays only have Italian and Japanese audio and subs.
     
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    great news. will unfortunately be a case of double dipping to get uk subs I reckon
     
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    The artwork for this wave is a major letdown! So much potential wasted. Oh well, money saved!
     
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    Where did you see the artwork?

    I hope for English titles, not Italian..

    edit: never mind, just saw the individual threads. Dislike all of them :(
     
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