That sounds like a great idea.Tian wrote: ↑Wed Feb 26, 2020 2:22 amThe following may sound as the weirdest thing and probably the most stupid I've written on these forums so far: I think the dub may be there but people are searching it in the wrong way. Since Animax Asia aired in several countries and several languages, I can suppose someone recorded this rare English dub but didn't upload it in an English speaking site but in an Asian language speaking site.
It happened to me once when I was looking for this rare alternate Latin Spanish dub of Asterix & Obelix vs. Caesar and I eventually found it on a... RUSSIAN STREAMING SITE.
So yeah, looking for it in another Asian languages like Malay, Filipino or Indonesian might help.
Sadly, I have nothing I can contribute to help such an effort along, but if anyone here has the knowledge to carry out such a search, I would be willing to help out in any way I can. Even if that ultimately just amounts of moral support.
Heh. Technically more on-topic than the rest of your post, arguably (or, indeed, my post).
But yeah, the time's really gone. We're all getting old!
Honestly, I have no doubt in my mind that this dub will see the light of day, but at this point... I think the form it'd take would be something like a DVD boxset, maybe as much as a decade or more from now. I doubt Funi would do anything of the sort these days, but if they have a major management change and/or if MangaUK or Madman or someone else like that decide to do something ambitious, Ocean Kai would be a great set for collectors. Certainly more appealing than that awful 30th anniversary set Funimation shat onto our doorsteps.
Though having said that, I think there is always the possibility of a random Canadian TV station deciding to pick it up too. We'll see.