Pretty much that is already covered on Tenchi and Ryoko's pages. Besides I wanted you to see the full details of the references behind it since I am an experienced expert with Super Sentai. Think of this as an act of goodwill. Have a nice day.
On a note of irony, the Sentai program that was airing during the original run of Magical Project S which is called Gekisou Sentai Carranger is already released here in the US officially, courtesy of Shout Factory which was the 20th series that was created.
It also turns out that only Tenchi, Ryoko, Sasami, and Mihoshi's english voice actors are returning, Washu and Ayeka will be receiving new voice actresses aside from the ones for the new characters being revealed.
anyway I am done with the updates and I would like to ask for you to post this information on the main page at least until the release date on July 10, and you can use the new link I provided today as the source since it should have all the necessary information.
Here is on I will make this right now, you can modify this later but I felt to at least list the four important voice actors that are the long-time veterans for the Tenchi english releases:
It has been confirmed that FUNimation has licensed Ai Tenchi Muyo for an English release with July 10, 2018 set as the release date for the DVD/Blu-Ray release. In addition the English cast has been confirmed, including the return of some of the voice actors from the previous English productions, Matt K. Miller, Petrea Burchard, Sherry Lynn, and Rebecca Forstadt.
this is official the size of the realms, look at the scale
I hope you want to discuss this on falsemyths.forumcommunity.net.I would be happy to correct the many errors. Really some embarrassing. This has taken away a lot of good reputation on many forums, including, the best, comicivne
I am not the one deciding almost any of the statistics in the wiki. I mostly just monitor for vandalism and clean up edit structures along with grammar errors.
We decide the statistics through an enormous amount of long discussions in the content revision forum, and whoever have sufficiently good arguments to convince the staff members get their interpretation applied.
At this point I do not care whether or not OVA 4 gets licensed or not. Also regarding Ai Tenchi Muyo I would only watch it if it shows up on Funimation's streaming service (where most of the other Tenchi properties licensed by Funimation are).
With the reputation of OVA 3 chances would be more slim. But at least I can watch the older Tenchi productions when I want (though Hulu has the rights for GXP's subtitled version) thanks to my membership on Funimation.com (which I originally joined because of One Piece going off Hulu)
I think that the problems with the follow-up series is that Kajishima was interrupted for several years back when he created OVA 1 & 2. This gave him too much time to come up with new concepts and characters, that then had to be compressed into brief animated story segments that are unfamiliar for those who have not read all of his Japanese light novels.
Also a OP manga collector myself and WSJ collector. I do help the One Piece wiki out such as with adding the Viz titles from WSJ during the Monday mornings that have them. Also in regards to this news, some of the people posting comments on ANN do agree with you.
One thing not looking pleasant is having to get a new english cast for the old characters, since many of them such as Matt K. Miller are retired from voice acting now.