- Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:51 pm
Seems good to bring this guide out of mothballs - http://www.otakunews.com/piratefaq.php
There's a handful of Dual bootlegs out there too, mostly of the JP and US DVD releases.
Both individuals and box set bootlegs, but the latter are far more common. They typically use
the image from the Graphic Data File for the front cover, or an image of D from DVD 3 on the bootlegs.
1 Box set and 4 DVDs for US.
Around 6 DVDs, 4 box sets at least, two LD box sets, and a set of VHS tapes.
There's even a official spanish box set, far as I know, it had a red cover with the core robot hartzenen on it.
2 OSTs and a CD Single
1 CD-ROM Desktop Accessory that never made it to retailers.
Azumanga 2 CD-ROM and book set
Various books and other stuff that's not "bootlegable"...
Both OSTs have been bootleg'd for a long time. Son May and Ever Anime are common labels. The CD cover
looks off color and the discs and booklets are different inside. These don't pop up as much, but they still
come up on eBay and on certain online retailers. GKworld out of New York used to have thousands of bootleg
discs for sale, I reported them to the FBI years ago but it seems they are still in business.
There's roughly 3 DVD sets that are bootleg. The individual DVD bootlegs are quite hard to find unless you're in a bootleg store.
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