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Hello from Jeff-kun

Post by jeff-kun on 2008-07-03, 04:21

Hi,

I'm Jeff-kun and I've been a Zorori fan since the 1st season was originally airing in Japan. I do my best to herald Zorori's good name throughout the world through words and my unwholesome fan art.

Yes, there is an Ajyapaa CD. And a Hussle CD, and a Zekkocho CD. I have them. Smile

I think I uploaded the MP3s from the Hussle CD to those Other Guys at one point... you can probably still download it from them. I never ripped/scanned the other two CDs.

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Post by Acru-Fox on 2008-07-11, 03:15

Its ok to mention Alopex Fansubs. It's not taboo to link to them either.

http://alopex.informe.com/forum/

We both just want to bring Zorori to the masses, we just have different methods of doing so.
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Post by Akinokaze on 2009-02-21, 18:18

You'll probably see the thread before this reply but who knows... maybe you get email notices about replies to your threads ^_^


Considering the group now needs season two, I was wondering if along with the CD's do you have any S2 dvd's you could rip/copy onto DVD-r's and mail out?

I'm sure it could be arraigned for you to be paid for the blank discs and the shipping if so. ^_^
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Post by Axelfar on 2009-02-26, 08:42

I wish we could go this route, it would really save on costs and lots and lots of time. It's one of the reasons why I would much prefer to work with the original VOB's, I can hardsub the subtitles right into a 1st generation avi and actually increase the quality from the original source while I'm at it.

I can fully understand why one might not want to provide copies as they paid their own good hard earned money for them, and it would still involve ripping, then burning them to blanks and mailing them off etc. I can only hope things will work out in the end somehow, it's all anyone can do.
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