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I do believe that this is the sexiest image of her that I've seen.

Oh, and in case you hadn't heard, both Index and Railgun have now been licensed by Funimation (along with a bunch of other shows - it was a pretty big announcement).
She's the tomboy right?

Why does she wear shorts underneath her skirt (Not pictured here)?
AZD-A9S said:
She's the tomboy right?

Why does she wear shorts underneath her skirt (Not pictured here)?
I don't recall that they ever explictly say in the anime, but I thought that it was pretty clear that the whole point was to prevent anyone from seeing her panties (and actually, if you'll look closely, the shorts are pictured here). And considering how short seifuku skirts tend to be (at least in anime - I don't know about real life), it seems like a pretty good idea.
HopelessDreamer said:
why is Funimation taking over anime shows lately
the only shows they do make are meterocore at best and i dont even think they continue the shows after they licensed do they?
They are the biggest R1 anime company at present, so they're generally in the best position to license shows (though Sentai Filmworks has been licensing quite a few). They license a whole range of shows, so some are bound to be good and some not, though a lot of that depends on your taste.

As for not continuing a show, I'm not quite sure what you're talking about. They fully release everything that they license. Now, there have been some shows (like Big Windup! and Hell Girl) where they have not chosen to pick up further seasons of a show due to poor sales, which may be what you're referring to. But if a show doesn't sell well enough, it doesn't make good business sense to license more of it.
Kalessin said:
I don't recall that they ever explictly say in the anime, but I thought that it was pretty clear that the whole point was to prevent anyone from seeing her panties (and actually, if you'll look closely, the shorts are pictured here). And considering how short seifuku skirts tend to be (at least in anime - I don't know about real life), it seems like a pretty good idea.
Thanks.
Can someone uncensored this pic?
Kalessin said:
They fully release everything that they license.
Higurashi (acquired from Geneon)
Kodocha

those are just off the top of my head ;)
bakaneko said:
Higurashi (acquired from Geneon)
Kodocha

those are just off the top of my head ;)
In the case of Higurashi, Funimation never had the license. They just released it for Geneon, and AFAIK, they released everything that Geneon had previously released. Its sales were poor enough though, that they didn't decide to buy the license themselves or to license more of it.

In the case of Kodocha, they released everything which they licensed, but they didn't license the whole thing. IIRC, they said that it sold too poorly to license the rest. The same thing happened with Case Closed. They released everything that they licensed, but the sales were too poor to license more.

AFAIK, Funimation has always released everything that they've licensed. But they don't always license entire shows (particularly when they're longer or have multiple seasons), and if the part that they do license sells poorly, they don't license more.

But generally, unless sales are absolutey abominable, it only makes sense to release all that you've licensed for a show and make back what you can. If sales are poor enough, it doesn't make sense to license more, but you might as well make back what you can from what you've already licensed. And if the sales ever pick up enough on some of the series that didn't sell very well, they may yet license more of them, but it has to be economically viable, or they won't do it.