Dororo is being crowdfunded for a stream release with subtitles for the very first time! This is one of the classic series produced by Mushi Production which started anime as a whole beginning with Astro Boy in 1963. Dororo was released in 1969 as the last black and white anime and the first title from the World Masterpiece Theater staple.
Here are a few reasons why you should definitely pledge (all money is sent only if the goal is reached):
One of Osamu Tezuka’s best anime.
From an all-star crew of anime makers. (Gisaburô Sugii, Yoshiyuki Tomino, Osamu Dezaki, Noboru Ishiguro, Isao Tomita, etc.)
Based on one of Tezuka’s best manga which was adapted into a cult video game and popular movie.
It’ll have a chance at a DVD release later if popular enough.
Ensuring at least a few series are successful will keep Anime Sols afloat and all the classic shows they are giving a chance to.
For fans of classic anime, this would be the oldest TV anime ever to get a subtitled release.
It’s completely stalled a bit below 80%. A final push needed!
Actually, before Hitler’s regime, the masculine color was pink and blue was the color for females. This all changed when Hitler started using colored stars to identify the people in his camps, such as yellow for the Jews. Homosexuals were forced to wear pink stars, so pink was then seen as feminine. Long story short, baby boys are wrapped in blue and baby girls are swathed in pink because of Hitler.