[SOUL] VHS collections? [ANIME] [ANIME ON VHS] (5)

1 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2021-05-08 20:45 ID:TqzG3mn9

Does anybody like to buy anime on VHS, or own any collections from back in the day?

Not going to try and make any hipster argument about VHS being superior to DVD or anything like that. Just think it's neat. It's a good format for enjoying official releases of 90s anime on. The thickness of the boxes also adds to the shelf art charm when you have a complete set. The early history of the anime home video industry is also pretty interesting to me.

I only have Magic Knight Rayearth (complete), some Sailor Moon and some Dragon Ball, I'd like to find some series from the 90s that had small enough runs to get a complete set relatively easy.

2 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2021-05-09 11:06 ID:Heaven

I'd rather digitalize it, and make several backups of it.

3 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2021-05-09 14:46 ID:Heaven

But you can't flip a digital collection for more than you paid when you bought it.

4 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2021-05-09 22:45 ID:EFUTlQWp

Yes, I have several anime tapes. I have a bunch of DBZ tapes, Pokemon tapes, a few The Slayers tapes and Yu-Gi-Oh tapes, and some movies. I don't look for tapes, but if they appear in second hand stores I will buy them

5 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2021-06-17 20:58 ID:KSoLJEny

Speaking of old anime-related stuff, what exactly was this: https://archives.4-ch.net/politics/kareha.pl/1111851720/2 ? Anyone remember http://raspberryheaven.net:53284/ ?

From https://archives.4-ch.net/politics/kareha.pl/1111851720/ :

>Heavy Metal music used to torture (4)
>1 Name: Sling!XD/uSlingU 2005-03-26 15:42 ID:yTVz4Nk9
>American soldiers tortured Iraqi prisoners at a military base in Mosul but nobody was court martialed over the abuse, U.S. army documents say.
>Deafening heavy metal music was played, and guards threw cold water onto hooded prisoners and sounded bullhorns beside their heads.
>Ouch, Heavy Metal. That's mean.
>2 Name: Citizen 2005-03-26 15:56 ID:Heaven
>3 Name: Citizen 2005-03-26 19:04 ID:dXsPvnfV
>4 Name: Sling!XD/uSlingU 2005-03-26 22:23 ID:yTVz4Nk9
>>>2 Oh man - that's horrible "music" and "singing", it hurts.

From https://www.awopodcast.com/2006/09/anime-world-order-show-33-listener.html :

>alexander strange
>SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 AT 12:48 PM
>The Musashi parody subs are yet another fake name Studio ADTRW project; you can get them here.
>I can get raw versions of an episode or two and the actually seriously translated one if you really want, but isn’t that kind of boring?

From https://archives.4-ch.net/anime/kareha.pl/1120838150/ :

>20 Name: Random Anime Otaku 2005-07-26 12:00 ID:dewe7Huo
>Episode 3 kitaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

From https://archives.4-ch.net/dqn/kareha.pl/1106805509/ :

>449 Name: Not in Employment, Education or Training 1993-09-4369 09:43[no]








raspberryheaven.net = reference to Azumanga Daioh

Info hash = sha1 torrent info hash, so the magnet link would be:
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:b18a6013c5c60ef3568585492d71995952177e75 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnet_URI_scheme
(probably dead)

I still wonder what the http://raspberryheaven.net:53284/* web pages looked like (*=zero or more characters).

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