Just thought I'd share this infomration with the rest of you. While I've been collecting anime ever since the the summer of 1986, the industry here in the United States has always released anime to home video whether it be on VHS or DVD. During my tenure of collecting anime DVD's and so forth I've never seen an anime DVD get canceled before the entire show was released. When an anime show is licensed for release, the anime distributor (Geneon, AnimEigo, Viz, ADV Films, Manga) commits itself to releasing the entire show since they've paid for the license. It's good news that shows such as Naruto, Pokemon, Voltron will continue to be hot sellers and reinforce these companies and their policy and it convinces them to bring over even other more popular anime shows that many fans have been waiting for. Robotech has spawned at least three different DVD releases, giving fans to keep buying the new versions and I suspect that with the popularity of Voltron and the strong initial sales of the first release we can continue to see stronger sales of future shows and future sets.