"Yeah, the die hard fans might not like it, but this is ultimately a business and I'm going to make the most I can out of it"
While I could certainly live with that, because I TOTALLY agree that business is business, however, there's no need for him to make a loaded statement by saying 'those things'. The precious uncut DVD is just a nuisance to him. Which if he did some proper marketting would not be the case, just like Dragon Ball. I'd respect him for being frank, I don't like his attitude towards the real product.
"I hope you at least know you're proving his point by doing that. o.o"
Well that's why I used volitional form. I'm not buying the DVDs anyway.
1. I LIKE the animation and I hope it does well in the US, but I haven't seen much of it and don't intend to.
2. I'm not likely to be in the US during their releases.
3 (The Main Reason). I don't have that kind of cash.
And even if I don't buy the DVDs because of his lack of respect for the real product, I'm certainly not calling for others to do so. I just personally wouldn't spend money on a product described as a 'thing' by the person who has the power to sell it. If 4Kids wanted to put the time into making it sell, they could.
They could start by dropping a rap which is owned by the likes of a 1980's Zelda commercial ^o^
BTW, thanks for that news EGX