As long as there has been home video, there have been anime video releases

As long as there has been home video, there have been anime video releases. Beginning with the initial VHS and evolving into the modern DVD and Blue Ray formats, anime has held onto its share of the market. Today, fans are not held so tightly to the part of nonstop home video releases. The Internet and myriad on demand offerings have begun completely new avenues with which to dole out the amazement of Japanese animation.

Anime has always maintained an awesome place in the hearts of its adoring followers. However, even in its original Japan, it had a sort of stigma attached with it. Folks had figured that anime series were somehow not intelligent and were poorly made. Nevertheless, fresh anime fans could see beyond this irrational belief.

With the generation of home video, every available version of entertainment and documentary was quickly released. It is lucky that this was around the same period that Mobile Suit Gundam emerged on big time. Mobile Suit Gundam showed the Earth that Japanese animated television and films were not to be taken so calmly. The franchise surrounding Gundam continues to be a staple of anime film into the present age.

Unique video animation has been one of Japan’s most integral methods of unveiling anime. While right-to-video unveilings are standardly seen as a sign of disappointment, in Japan, original video anime is well praised. If a program does not move to TV, an original anime video release ensures its circulation. With the combination of original video animation, long standing fan favorite programming, and online distribution, anime video has an awesome outlook ahead of it.

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