Archive for the ‘Hiatuses’ Category

Daitarn 3 episode 22 released

December 19, 2009

Yay, procastination! Sorry, the blame falls squarely at my feet. Busy month.

A Star Amongst the Stars

In which Banjo ridicules James Jimmy Dean.

mkv: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DFDJHYX7
ass: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=018XF9BI

MKV is slightly less than 200 MB in size because I wanted to see if I could upload it to Mediafire rather than Megaupload, but I wasn’t able to get it working and didn’t want to make you guys wait any longer than necessary. Quality is still the same though (checked by playing standard 240+ MB encode and this encode side-by-side), so all future releases will be with this filesize.

That’s all for 2009. Enjoy the episode, and see you next year!

Back back, back from his magical journeeeeeeeyyyyy!

August 27, 2009

(Bonus points to whoever identifies the quote, by the way.)

Yes, I’m back. New episodes no later than this Sunday. For real.

So long, boys!

August 2, 2009

Yes, even fansubbers go on vacation once in a while. Therefore, I’m annuncing a hiatus: there probably won’t be any new posts in this blog, and most certainly there won’t be any new episodes released, before the last week of August. See you then!

Episode 7 halfway done, hiatus continuing

February 27, 2009

As you can probably guess by the title of this post, episode 7 is about halfway done. Expect it sometime next week.

However, I’m finding that since I have to graduate within the year, I have little precious free time available, and the fansubbing effort is suffering as a result. Therefore, I’m officially extending the hiatus until further notice. Episodes will still be fansubbed and released, but I simply don’t have enough time to do one episode per week. Sorry about this.

Hiatus

January 18, 2009

Since I have exams coming up, I regret to inform you all that I’m going on hiatus from the fansubbing effort.

This does not mean that subs will stop completely, it means they’ll be coming out much more slowly than they have until now.

Projected time for the end of the hiatus: late February.