As Robert McChesney, a media critic, and author of Rich Media Poor DemocracyUniversity of Illinois Press, describes, these are the first tier companies and following them are around 50 or so second tier companies doing media-related business at either national or regional level.
Took them long enough, but it's done. Development Hell is what some works go through if there's too much Executive Meddlinglawsuits, and so on.
The fanbase is waiting more and more impatiently, but nothing gets done.
Sometimes, however, divine intervention or something similar happens. After many years, or even decadesof promises, the work is finally released. Of course, the finished product is almost always significantly - or even completely - different from what the creator originally had in mind, if for no other reason than the conditions imposed by the passage of time.
See also The Shelf of Movie Languishmentwhere it gets done but not released. May involve What Could Have Been if the project saw changes after being dusted off.
Please only list examples here which have actually left development hell. Also, note that just because a title was saved from development hell doesn't necessarily mean that it's good. There are far too many examples of "saved" titles that were so bad or underwhelming that people would have preferred it stayed in development hell.
Unfortunately, Tokyopop stopped publishing — but did not go bankrupt — inright before the third and final volume was to be released. Since Tokyopop wasn't publishing, they didn't release the volume, but since the company still existed, the authors couldn't get the rights back to have it published somewhere else.
Comixology finally picked it up in May and is now selling all three volumes. Though this is a dub rather than a series, Sgt. ADV Films announced their license of the series in earlythen went completely silent about it for two years and never released so much as a cast list, let alone a DVD or anything close all we got were trailers for the show appearing on some of ADV's releases fromand some of the actors mentioning it in commentaries and convention appearances.
Funimation picked up the distribution rights and released a "test episode" on their YouTube channel seeking feedback in late The first batch of episodes was eventually released on DVD in Septemberand some of the episodes of the final version are up on their video portal. Six months later all of Season 1 split into two "seasons" due to its length had been released.
The series then went through this again. FUNimation had originally announced the acquisition of the first episodes, but stopped halfway through, bringing back unpleasant memories of an earlier series of theirs.
It took another year for Funimation to announce 26 more episodes, which were released in quick succession in July and August Slayers missed out on a direct fourth season in due to production issues and Megumi Hayashibara having schedule conflicts, and while there were more OVAs, a movie Slayers Premium and other media, it took eleven years for a fourth season to finally appear.
A fifth then occurred the following year. It took nine years for Keiko Takemiya to get her manga series Kaze to Ki no Uta published, due to the plot focusing on a homosexual relationship and Takemiya's refusal to release the series with any censoring. There are seven episodes. It has had a crazy situation with this in America, especially if you're talking uncut episodes.
Then inthey lost the license altogether. Then FUNimation picked up the show and started putting their version on Toonami They started releasing DVD uncut from the first episode, but certain actors told fans at cons that it was FUNimation's worst-performing series studio reps denied itleaving doubt as to whether they would even bother releasing the season they aired on Toonami, to say nothing of any episodes after.
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