There's an anime show that suffers from scarce production. Sanpei Shirato's Sasuke. I as well as you may know it either as Sasuke, or Sasuke Il Piccolo Ninja. Or the yet more rare dub Kiko Boy Ninja. There has/or was a DVD-Box release I found on Play-Asia.
Even on CD-Japan but were either out of print, or unavailable for whatever apparent motives. On Play-Asia I did find that Columbia Pictures is the labelled manufacturer to these DVD-Box releases.
If there can be a more updated release of the classic anime show. Consisting of 29 episodes that withstand potential like Naruto, Dragonball Z, Yu-Gi-Oh!, and Pokemon for release. Either Blu-Ray or a simple DVD release with available subtitles, Italian, Japanese, and English.
As well as the two languages the original Japanese and Italian Dub that survives unbelievably throughout YouTube. Even original Japanese spoken episodes thrive throughout the Internet. English dub? No but I have only two episodes from those dubs on VHS. Why I keep them? Because that cartoon has value we shouldn't abandon. A lot of effort went into that show alone, and really speaks a unique voice that can be passed down to future generations.
We, the undersigned, call on Columbia Pictures plans for inducting a release for Sanpei Shirato's Sasuke either on Blu-Ray or DVD.
The Sanpei Shirato's Sasuke Anime released on Blu-Ray Set petition to Columbia Pictures was written by Jacob Ryan Crosby-English and is in the category Arts & Entertainment at GoPetition.