Here is one thing I don't quite get...http://www.amazon.com/Samurai-Pizza-Com ... pizza+cats
I am more intrigued by the capacity and format, than the series itself.
Is it really possible to get 52 episodes (running @ 22 minuets each) on a single BD, even if quality is only Standard DVD? - I mean I've seen some really cheap overseas dual layer DVD's that can fit up to 20 episodes on a single DVD, but you can tell the quality is pretty bad. Additionally they usually only have the series opening before the 1st episode, and ending after the last episode.
If this is true, and the quality is on par with Good DVD's (I mean no artifacting, pixilation, slow downs etc... etc..) Then I guess that is pretty cool. Though it would suck if this disc got scratched
. Saving space is awesome, but I guess there is something to be said about not having all your episodes on one disc.
Looks like I answered my own question. I knew the standard, single layer DVD was 4.7G. But I had no idea a Blu Ray was 25G! --I Guess why more companies have not taken advantage of this is:
1.Money -Sell more discs with less content, make more $$
2. Quality -while it is nice to have so much content on one disc, more people buy Blu-Ray for HD quality, not to have more SD quality on less physical media.
Looking at all the anime series I have with an average of 5 episodes on 1 DVD, imagine the space I could save. But then I don't really have the money to invest in all those upgrades
There are no more good TV Shows, only ones that haven't disappointed me yet.