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I'm a bit frustrated about the process to add voice actor credits and revisions on the wiki these days. It started with Mewtwo and the fact his younger version's actor from "Mewtwo's Origin" is listed as "unknown". It seemed clear to me that it was the same actor as the movie version, especially...
In movie 20's case, thankfully the 5.1 tracks have nearly all the voices and sound effects in the center track and analogous between the English and Japanese DVD/BR sets. If one is inclined to, it's a simple matter to swap one out for the other and watch the dub with the proper music (aside from...
The glue being gone is one big benefit the Blu-Ray brings, the other being the lack of interlacing. It's obviously not perfect, but it's definitely an improvement:
Clearly some adjustments in color correction and resolution have been made to the HD episode between 2012 and now, but they most...
That's pretty much it. It's a lot better than the text being burned into the original film.
I don't have a Japanese episode to compare to, so I'll just compare the blank title pages and also show the remastered one.
Recently I got both the VIZ Indigo League Blu-Ray box set and the limited edition of Movie 20 from Japan, which includes the 1080p version of episode 1 that was first broadcast five years ago. Looking at them next to my original DVD set really makes the difference in picture quality obvious, so...
Today I got the set for myself, so I can post any screencaps or answer any lingering questions. Here's a few things I noticed:
*Each episode includes the opening and ending themes, the Who's That Pokemon segment, the various "We'll be back" commercial bumpers, and the weekly PokéRap segment...
Hey, I'm just listing the facts here. It's certainly not my opinion that these will beat that ep 1 remaster, but based on this trailer and the previous one for the digital release, it really does look better than the DVDs and it's the best quality we've currently got access to.
Of course, when...
In the UK, Manga Entertainment will release the first 52 episodes on both a DVD and a Blu-Ray set on Oct. 30.
In the US, VIZ will release a similar Blu-Ray set on Nov. 14.
Both releases are presumably using the remastered episodes that are currently available on digital platforms.