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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Bulvox » Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:17 am UTC

I'm currently watching Last Exile. After I finish this I plan on running through the original Tenchi Muyo! OVAs.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Xeio » Thu Oct 29, 2009 5:34 pm UTC

I've started watching Shippuden and One Piece (both dubbed, the obviously superior Funimation dub for the latter). :mrgreen:

Haven't watched enough anime lately though, too busy with other things I guess.

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Thenzon » Fri Oct 30, 2009 1:20 am UTC

Xeio wrote:I've started watching Shippuden and One Piece (both dubbed, the obviously superior Funimation dub for the latter).


Funi dub is good, Original Japanese is vastly superiour. And not just because they're more than 200 episodes ahead.

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Gelsamel » Tue Nov 03, 2009 2:47 am UTC

Man this is -so freaking weird-.

I mean it was weird when watching Maria+Holic and hearing Kaere talking...

But now I'm playing Atelier Annie and I'm listening to Kafuka Fuura as the main character (Annie) and Marisa Kirisame from Touhou Musou Kakyou (I love Marisa's voice here btw) is voicing Pepe (Annie's trainer in Atelier Annie).

THEN I look up Marisa/Pepe's seiyuu and it turns out that her seiyuu is Maria/God from SZS/Maria+Holic (she uses one voice for Marisa/Pepe and Maria is pretty similar to God but I would've never picked that Maria/God = Marisa/Pepe).
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby mystic_aura » Wed Nov 04, 2009 7:00 pm UTC

I'm catching up on Naruto Shippudden! Even though I know most of the spoilers from the manga [thanks to a friend >_<] - I'm very much enjoying Naruto's long, dramatic monologues about 'bonds' and 'friendship'. Tee hee.

Also, how different is the Code Geass manga from the anime? [I've watched the anime and I love it!]

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I can't believe the voice actor for Byakuya [Bleach] is the same as that of Shigure [Fruits Basket]! O.O
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Nov 04, 2009 7:26 pm UTC

Is the Naruto manga worth reading?
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby mystic_aura » Wed Nov 04, 2009 7:33 pm UTC

SlyReaper wrote:Is the Naruto manga worth reading?


I guess it depends on you.. Which mangas/animes have you read/watched/preferred? =)
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby modularblues » Mon Nov 09, 2009 8:18 pm UTC

mystic_aura wrote:
SlyReaper wrote:Is the Naruto manga worth reading?

I guess it depends on you.. Which mangas/animes have you read/watched/preferred? =)

It's mostly shounen action. I enjoyed it until a turning point in the plot, and the series failed to engage me afterward.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Thenzon » Wed Nov 11, 2009 7:13 am UTC

SlyReaper wrote:Is the Naruto manga worth reading?


Very much so. At least until Shippuden, when its name changes from "Naruto" to "Sasuke".

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Brother Maynard » Thu Nov 12, 2009 12:37 am UTC

Are any of the Fullmetal Alchemist OVAs worth watching other than Conqueror of Shamballa?

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Thenzon » Fri Nov 13, 2009 5:22 am UTC

Brother Maynard wrote:Are any of the Fullmetal Alchemist OVAs worth watching other than Conqueror of Shamballa?


Ah, ew, Shamballa, ow. Hurt my eyes watching that.

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Xeio » Fri Nov 13, 2009 7:05 am UTC

Thenzon wrote:
Brother Maynard wrote:Are any of the Fullmetal Alchemist OVAs worth watching other than Conqueror of Shamballa?
Ah, ew, Shamballa, ow. Hurt my eyes watching that.
Why?

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Thenzon » Fri Nov 13, 2009 8:26 am UTC

Xeio wrote:
Thenzon wrote:
Brother Maynard wrote:Are any of the Fullmetal Alchemist OVAs worth watching other than Conqueror of Shamballa?
Ah, ew, Shamballa, ow. Hurt my eyes watching that.
Why?


Because its story was just... so... BAD. And the ending! "Hurr durr I have to stay on the other side of the door for some bullshit reason leaving WINRY alone and sad for the REST OF HER LIFE."

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Grop » Sun Nov 15, 2009 8:02 pm UTC

Hello, like I said before I generally watch French subs, but sometimes I don't find everything I want, and then I seek for English subs.

Is there some good portal that references who is subbing every possible anime?

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Avelion » Mon Nov 16, 2009 4:49 am UTC

I use Baka-updates to find English subs. Never seen French on there though.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Bulvox » Mon Nov 16, 2009 10:37 am UTC

It looks like [url]MyAnimeList.net[/url] lists them all. It's located near the bottom of each entry, right after the forum discussion, but before related clubs.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Grop » Mon Nov 16, 2009 4:50 pm UTC

Thank you, I will try these.

(Actually, I already know where to seek information about French subs ;)).

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby mystic_aura » Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:54 pm UTC

Thenzon wrote:
SlyReaper wrote:Is the Naruto manga worth reading?


Very much so. At least until Shippuden, when its name changes from "Naruto" to "Sasuke".

Lol.
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In all fairness, we see more of the 'Sasuke' through Naruto's uber-dramatic monologues ^_^ It's still entertaining, though! With all that is unveiled around err.. certain characters >_>
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Thenzon » Wed Nov 18, 2009 11:38 am UTC

mystic_aura wrote:
Thenzon wrote:
SlyReaper wrote:Is the Naruto manga worth reading?


Very much so. At least until Shippuden, when its name changes from "Naruto" to "Sasuke".

Lol.
Spoiler:
In all fairness, we see more of the 'Sasuke' through Naruto's uber-dramatic monologues ^_^ It's still entertaining, though! With all that is unveiled around err.. certain characters >_>


It's only 'entertaining' atm because of 2 things:

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"Cut the Bullshit, Sakura-chan" and Killer Bee coming back into it.

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:31 pm UTC

I picked up the DVD for Afro Samurai yesterday. Watched the first episode so far and it seems pretty good. It's voiced by Samuel L. Motherf***ing Jackson (not someone I'd normally associate with anime), and there's this whole revenge theme running throughout it with plenty of bloody fight scenes.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Brother Maynard » Thu Nov 19, 2009 4:04 am UTC

Thenzon wrote:
Xeio wrote:
Thenzon wrote:
Brother Maynard wrote:Are any of the Fullmetal Alchemist OVAs worth watching other than Conqueror of Shamballa?
Ah, ew, Shamballa, ow. Hurt my eyes watching that.
Why?


Because its story was just... so... BAD. And the ending! "Hurr durr I have to stay on the other side of the door for some bullshit reason leaving WINRY alone and sad for the REST OF HER LIFE."


The ending was actually legitimate. Why would you leave a door to another world that has already tried to conquer you open? Winry would already be sad anyway, given the anime ending.


Now my main post:

I just finished Neon Genesis Evangelion and End of Evangelion today.

Is it bad that my mind could make more sense of Evangelion before watching the End?

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Avelion » Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:46 am UTC

Watch the Rebuild of Evangelion 1.0. It makes much more sense, at least until the last five minutes or so. On the topic of the FMA movie they really only had to close the gate on their side since the only people capable of transmutation are dead or in Amestris.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Brother Maynard » Fri Nov 20, 2009 4:27 am UTC

Avelion wrote:Watch the Rebuild of Evangelion 1.0. It makes much more sense, at least until the last five minutes or so.


Right now, I'd rather wait until the 3rd and 4th Rebuild installments are released.

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby charliepanayi » Fri Nov 20, 2009 9:11 am UTC

Brother Maynard wrote:
Avelion wrote:Watch the Rebuild of Evangelion 1.0. It makes much more sense, at least until the last five minutes or so.


Right now, I'd rather wait until the 3rd and 4th Rebuild installments are released.


So around 2015 then?
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Chavroux » Fri Nov 20, 2009 9:58 am UTC

I watch anime occasionally. (More like, I watch nothing but anime for a couple of months and then I doesn't touch any anime for the rest of the year (and at the moment I'm in one of my anime-watching periods).)

I don't really watch a particular style, just whatever I feel like watching (and I can find). Lately it's a lot Slice-of-life / sailoruniform themed stuff.

Just some quick lists to give you an idea:

Anime I've watched last two months:
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* Lucky Star: One of the best anime I've seen in long time, though the Lucky Channel segments where rather weak (and downright unwatchable in the OVA).
* The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (2009 version): I quite enjoyed this series. I was surprised by the "Endless Eight" story arc; it was daring and unconventional concept, but hard to watch.
* To Heart: Why do I watch those things ??? Too dull, lame stories, no conflict whatsoever, but I finished the series anyway.
* Battle Programmer Shirase: A bit childish, but fun fun fun...
* Densha Otoko: Not really anime, but it's Japanese :-D. Happy fun feelgood series (and one of the main reasons I went back to a forum-life).
* Sailor Uniform and Machine Gun: Not anime either, but I mention it anyway. Damn tearjerker. A bit over the top but nicely done. (And if a girl would ever come to visit, I have something else than giant robots and fanservice to watch... :mrgreen: )

Anime that I'm currently watching:
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* Seitokai No Ichizon: Stupid fanservice FTW :P
* Mobile Suit Gundam 00 : It's got space elevators! And Mechas!! And SPACE ELEVATORS!!!

All time favorites:
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* Neon Genesis Evangelion: I watch this serie at least once a year. (I'm one of those people that buys every Rei Ayanami merchandize I can get my hands on.)
* Love Hina: Don't know why, but I like the turtles and Kaolla...

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Thenzon » Fri Nov 20, 2009 10:48 am UTC

Am I the only one here who is loving Kimi Ni Todoke more than I ever thought possible given that it's a Shoujo?

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby SlyReaper » Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:00 am UTC

Never heard of it. Might look into it if I run out of stuff to watch.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby charliepanayi » Fri Nov 20, 2009 2:05 pm UTC

I read the Kimi ni Todoke manga, I'm really enjoying it. But then I have a rather pathetic weakness for shoujo.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Brother Maynard » Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:24 am UTC

Confession time: I watch dubs if they're in the small class of dubs generally regarded to be good (like Miyazaki movies, which have the class and budget for an a-list cast), but this is usually in case of the show not being set supremely in Japanese culture.

Two questions on specific dubs:

1. Cowboy Bebop: I've heard it's one of the better dubs out there, and if I'm watching an anime that shines such a spotlight on American music, wouldn't an English dub be a good idea? (But I have no intention of seeing the live-action adaptation of it with Keanu Reeves. That just sounds horrible)

2. Monster is being dubbed currently, and I'm looking to restart that show. Given that it's set in Germany, it would bother me to hear estimably German people speaking in Japanese, even if the main character is Japanese. Is it a cardinal sin to this thread to go watch that?

Also: I'm looking for something with a lot of dark humor. SZS seems like it would be right up my alley, judging by thread backlog. Anything else?

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Gelsamel » Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:13 am UTC

Here is a terrible review of SZS... but an excellent follow up post (the comment directly after the review) that explains what to expect and what not to expect from it.

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/review_comme ... 58#listtop

This part is particularly important:
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Each of the girls is not so much a character as she is a caricature of persistent social tropes in modern Japanese society. It is difficult to reason how or why a caricature should develop at all, and indeed, it is not their purpose to change or evolve, but rather to serve as interacting elements in deconstructing the absurdities of society. If the girls were to develop, it would weaken the foundation of the series.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Xeio » Sat Nov 21, 2009 9:41 am UTC

Brother Maynard wrote:Two questions on specific dubs:

1. Cowboy Bebop: I've heard it's one of the better dubs out there, and if I'm watching an anime that shines such a spotlight on American music, wouldn't an English dub be a good idea? (But I have no intention of seeing the live-action adaptation of it with Keanu Reeves. That just sounds horrible)

2. Monster is being dubbed currently, and I'm looking to restart that show. Given that it's set in Germany, it would bother me to hear estimably German people speaking in Japanese, even if the main character is Japanese. Is it a cardinal sin to this thread to go watch that?
Dub > Sub. Miyazaki himself said so! :mrgreen:

Cowboy Bebop dub, definitely. Haven't seen Monster though (since I couldn't find a dub last time I looked), so, I can't say if it's good or bad, but it looks like it's being done by Funimation and they do really good dubs. :mrgreen:

Incidentally, damnit, Ani-Monday hadn't had anything good on recently so I didn't even think to check...

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby charliepanayi » Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:04 am UTC

Brother Maynard - Cowboy Bebop has a fantastic dub. And it needs to be seen anyway, whether you see it in English, Japanese, Esperanto or any other language.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby bigglesworth » Sat Nov 21, 2009 2:06 pm UTC

Yeah, Ed's voice is less insanity-inducing in the dub.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Brother Maynard » Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:23 am UTC

Sorry if it's supposed to be obvious, but is Ed a boy or a girl?

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Jorpho » Mon Nov 23, 2009 5:39 am UTC

Brother Maynard wrote:Sorry if it's supposed to be obvious, but is Ed a boy or a girl?
The more important question: is Ed supposed to have a nose?

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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Gelsamel » Mon Nov 23, 2009 5:58 am UTC

Ed is female, afaik.
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Postby ameretrifle » Mon Nov 23, 2009 6:01 am UTC

And your confusion is entirely understandable. But yeah, pretty sure she's a girl. Also, let me add my late agreement as to the high quality of the Cowboy Bebop dub. I don't usually like dubs, but this is definitely an exception.

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Postby Gelsamel » Mon Nov 23, 2009 6:05 am UTC

The exceptions I have are GITS:SAC, Samurai X: Trust/Betrayal and maybe another I can't remember.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Avelion » Mon Nov 23, 2009 7:12 am UTC

I'd say FLCL and FMA should be included in the good dubs list. I almost want them to dub SZS because it would just be hilarious for entirely different reasons.
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Re: Go Away Dub Watchers: The Proper Anime Thread

Postby Gelsamel » Mon Nov 23, 2009 7:15 am UTC

Avelion wrote:I almost want them to dub SZS because it would just be hilarious for entirely different reasons.


Euuugh, I'm not sure if it'll be hilarious or they'll just count down the 3 seasons+OVA to 1 because of all the skits they'd have to cut out because they don't translate very well.
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