Ghost in the Shell 2.0 DVD includes English Subs Japanese Ghost in the Shell 2.0 DVD, the 2008 re-release of the 1995 film, will be sold with English subs states the official listings for both the Japanese DVD and Blu-ray releases, which will be released on December 19.
Summary from Anidb:
In the year 2029, the world is made borderless by the net; augmented humans live in virtual environments, watched over by law enforcement that is able to download themselves into super-powered, crime busting mecha. The ultimate secret agent of the future is not human, has no physical body and can freely travel the information highways of the world, hacking and manipulating whatever and whenever required.
This may mean that you could just import the DVD instead of waiting for them to release a subtitled version for North America.
ADV Translates and Distributes Princess Resurrection ADV will translate and distribute the 26-episode anime Princess Resurrection (Kaibutsu Oujo) anime series, which includes 2 side stories where one which was only available on the Japanese DVD, for licensor Sentai Filmworks and will release the first of six DVD volumes starting on March 17, 2009. Episodes will also be available on its cable video-on-demand service as well as streaming for a few English-subtitled episodes prior to sale.
Princess Resurrection, based off of Yasunori Mitsunaga's manga, is about a boy named Hiro who goes to meet his sister at an old mansion and ends up getting killed and resurrected by the owner of said mansion who is also the princess of all monsters. The manga is currently ongoing at seven volumes and being distributed by Del Rey with four volumes currently out.
Three Jump Animes Streamed Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine has announced that three anime specials being shown at the Jump Super Anime Tour, Dragon Ball, Tegami Bachi, and One Piece: Romance Dawn will be streamed for free on the Jumpland website beginning November 24. It is unknown whether or not non-Japanese IP addresses will be blocked. However, you need to "Download the Jumpland Original Browser" in order to view the anime specials.
Downloading a browser is a small price to pay to watch the anime specials, even if you don't understand it at all. Let's just hope they don't block us non-Japanese residents.
"Sgt. Frog Needs You! We are beginning work on Sgt. Frog, and we need your input. Watch the test episode and add your comments. Let us know what you think!"
However, I wonder if they really do care about your comment/opinion since I put my opinion on the episode, but later on I was reading the comments and I found out that my comment was removed/hidden. I have never seen an episode of Keroro before so I wasn't influenced by seeing the fan subbed version and I've never read the manga and I thought I gave an objective opinion/critique. Why are some comments hidden? Check out the youtube page and you'll notice that it jumps from comments 2 hours ago to 10 hours ago (as of 8:00pm PST/GMT - 8).
Street Fighter IV Anime Shipped with Game Capcom announced at the Capcom Dai-Kakuto-Sai ~Ore Yori Tsuyoi Yatsu ni Ai ni Iku 2008~ publicity event in Tokyo that the Studio 4°C produced Street Fighter ~Aratanaru Kizuna~ (Street Fighter: Renewed Bonds) anime will be included with first edition copies of the Street Fighter IV game for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in February. The anime will be 50-60 minutes long and images that were shown at the event can be found here.
Kagami wins Saimoe 2008 Tournament After running for 5 months with the Saimoe Finals pitting the Hiiragi sisters against each other, Kagami emerges victorious against her sister, with the results as follows:
* 1 1037 Kagami Hiiragi - Lucky☆Star
* 2 976 Tsukasa Hiiragi - Lucky☆Star
Kagami is the winner of the Saimoe 2008. Guess we can't live without cute tsunderes.