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opinions?

one piece, bleach, naruto,DBZ, and etc. has been already dubbed in my and many other languages.

Would liked it dubbed, in whatever dialect you are speaking?
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Yes, I'd want to. Not a lot of people know about Reborn in the U.S. so if it's dubbed it can boost the fanbase.
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^True, but the dubbed language never sounds as good as the original language...dudududud...Japanese. And, for some reason, being dubbed makes the anime seem more cartoon-ish. And anime are not cartoons. Cartoons are more like the ones with colors and no plot whatsoever.

So, I'm towards the "I-don't-like-it-being-dubbed".
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My native language... Okinawan is not too different these days, since they basically get the same TV, usually... Unless they wanted the traditional language... Which doesn't make much sense since everyone in Okinawa understands normal Japanese fine.
Posted 9/30/08 , edited 9/30/08

Ninjahare wrote:

Yes, I'd want to. Not a lot of people know about Reborn in the U.S. so if it's dubbed it can boost the fanbase.


That's actually not true, Reborn has an extremely large fanbase in the U.S. when I went to Otakon there were so many Bianchi's and Gokudera's you couldn't walk a step without stepping on someone. Though in all seriousness, there are numerous Reborn fans all over the U.S., it's a surprise to me that it hasn't been ACTUALLY licensed yet.
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i want to know what the characters would sound like but the jap. puns wouldnt really work but there arent many in KHR
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I would hate it if KHR! got dubbed by Malaysia which it probably will soon. Just look at Tsubasa.

The only bright side is all the merchandise~~~
Posted 10/1/08
Dude, by mentioning the word "Dub" you just summoned a bunch of n00bs and go around yelling "OMFG DUB SUX! I LIEK JERPANESE BUTTER BECAUSE I'M JERPANESE LOOK KAWAIINEKOBAKAYAOIKAWAIIKONNICHIWACHAN!"
=______=
Posted 10/1/08 , edited 10/1/08

BleachFreak_ wrote:

Dude, by mentioning the word "Dub" you just summoned a bunch of n00bs and go around yelling "OMFG DUB SUX! I LIEK JERPANESE BUTTER BECAUSE I'M JERPANESE LOOK KAWAIINEKOBAKAYAOIKAWAIIKONNICHIWACHAN!"
=______=


I actually lol'd in real life at that. x3 Though true, dubs do not always turn out well, with the censoring and such, it does provide children who can't actually find subs yet, or children who simply cannot read, a way to watch anime. When I was a child (this was before I learned Japanese), I used to watch dubs all the time, I didn't notice the horrible voices, because I didn't know anime came from Japan back then. In fact, even after I learned how to speak and write Japanese, I still continued to watch dubs, then I learned the joys of downloading RAWs. Afterwards I watched anime like crazy during my grade school days (my teachers didn't care, lol free time for the win. :P). Later I actually began subbing anime to show others the animes that I truly enjoyed. So dubs were what sparked my interest in anime and it made knowing Japanese such a treat (I didn't want to learn the language in the first place, my dad insisted on it, now that I think back on it, I'm glad he did). So, I think that dubs are great, though I personally don't watch them anymore, but I know kids do, I hate the stereotype that people in America don't get to enjoy anime, such as people who like Naruto. It's the same thing in Japan, you have kids running around in Naruto headbands, so the only difference is actually race. I bet most people who say dubs are horrible, began their interest in anime from a dub as a child, and they discarded them as inferior when they learned about fansubs and don't even realize the fact that they like anime BECAUSE they watched dubs (of course this may not apply to everyone). Man, now I miss Toonami again, though the past year and a half the shows were horrible, back in the day I enjoyed watching the shows it provided.
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BleachFreak_ wrote:

Dude, by mentioning the word "Dub" you just summoned a bunch of n00bs and go around yelling "OMFG DUB SUX! I LIEK JERPANESE BUTTER BECAUSE I'M JERPANESE LOOK KAWAIINEKOBAKAYAOIKAWAIIKONNICHIWACHAN!"
=______=


I actually lol'd in real life at that. x3 Though true, dubs do not always turn out well, with the censoring and such, it does provide children who can't actually find subs yet, or children who simply cannot read, a way to watch anime. When I was a child (this was before I learned Japanese), I used to watch dubs all the time, I didn't notice the horrible voices, because I didn't know anime came from Japan back then. In fact, even after I learned how to speak and write Japanese, I still continued to watch dubs, then I learned the joys of downloading RAWs. Afterwards I watched anime like crazy during my grade school days (my teachers didn't care, lol free time for the win. :P). Later I actually began subbing anime to show others the animes that I truly enjoyed. So dubs were what sparked my interest in anime and it made knowing Japanese such a treat (I didn't want to learn the language in the first place, my dad insisted on it, now that I think back on it, I'm glad he did). So, I think that dubs are great, though I personally don't watch them anymore, but I know kids do, I hate the stereotype that people in America don't get to enjoy anime, such as people who like Naruto. It's the same thing in Japan, you have kids running around in Naruto headbands, so the only difference is actually race. I bet most people who say dubs are horrible, began their interest in anime from a dub as a child, and they discarded them as inferior when they learned about fansubs and don't even realize the fact that they like anime BECAUSE they watched dubs (of course this may not apply to everyone). Man, now I miss Toonami again, though the past year and a half the shows were horrible, back in the day I enjoyed watching the shows it provided.


I agree completely. Even after discovering fansubs I still watch dubs because their awesome. (By the way the Naruto Dub is not that bad!! It's not Ameriva's fault they had to put in Believe it! Blame the Japanese for making dattebayo). This is why a U.S. Dub of Reborn would be awesome, plus it would even need to be edited...
Posted 10/2/08 , edited 10/2/08

Tsutoki wrote:


BleachFreak_ wrote:

Dude, by mentioning the word "Dub" you just summoned a bunch of n00bs and go around yelling "OMFG DUB SUX! I LIEK JERPANESE BUTTER BECAUSE I'M JERPANESE LOOK KAWAIINEKOBAKAYAOIKAWAIIKONNICHIWACHAN!"
=______=


I bet most people who say dubs are horrible, began their interest in anime from a dub as a child, and they discarded them as inferior when they learned about fansubs.


EVERYONE'S first anime was either Pokemon or Sailor Moon. In English, on cartoon network.
I actually prefer Sailor Moon in English, but I don't watch it anymore so whatever. Pokemon was gay from the start. But I still liked it.
Srsly.


Posted 10/2/08

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Tsutoki wrote:


BleachFreak_ wrote:

Dude, by mentioning the word "Dub" you just summoned a bunch of n00bs and go around yelling "OMFG DUB SUX! I LIEK JERPANESE BUTTER BECAUSE I'M JERPANESE LOOK KAWAIINEKOBAKAYAOIKAWAIIKONNICHIWACHAN!"
=______=


I bet most people who say dubs are horrible, began their interest in anime from a dub as a child, and they discarded them as inferior when they learned about fansubs.


EVERYONE'S first anime was either Pokemon or Sailor Moon. In English, on cartoon network.
I actually prefer Sailor Moon in English, but I don't watch it anymore so whatever. Pokemon was gay from the start. But I still liked it.
Srsly.




My first anime was, I think, was Gundam Wing, I seriously loved that series. Pokemon was somewhere in the top 5 though. The dub version seems so diluted now. I mean seasons 1-2 of Pokemon dubbed was actually really well done. After that they started changing what they characters were SUPPOSED to say, at least in the first two seasons they kept true to what the characters' actual dialogue was (well albeit they made it sounds nicer, taking out the cursing). If you watch the original Japanese version of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl and compare it to the dub, it'll feel like you're watching something from a different dimension. x3
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Pls. watch this.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiWlkA_Hzyg

Its about Subs and Dubs.
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Tsutoki wrote:


BleachFreak_ wrote:

Dude, by mentioning the word "Dub" you just summoned a bunch of n00bs and go around yelling "OMFG DUB SUX! I LIEK JERPANESE BUTTER BECAUSE I'M JERPANESE LOOK KAWAIINEKOBAKAYAOIKAWAIIKONNICHIWACHAN!"
=______=


I actually lol'd in real life at that. x3 Though true, dubs do not always turn out well, with the censoring and such, it does provide children who can't actually find subs yet, or children who simply cannot read, a way to watch anime. When I was a child (this was before I learned Japanese), I used to watch dubs all the time, I didn't notice the horrible voices, because I didn't know anime came from Japan back then. In fact, even after I learned how to speak and write Japanese, I still continued to watch dubs, then I learned the joys of downloading RAWs. Afterwards I watched anime like crazy during my grade school days (my teachers didn't care, lol free time for the win. :P). Later I actually began subbing anime to show others the animes that I truly enjoyed. So dubs were what sparked my interest in anime and it made knowing Japanese such a treat (I didn't want to learn the language in the first place, my dad insisted on it, now that I think back on it, I'm glad he did). So, I think that dubs are great, though I personally don't watch them anymore, but I know kids do, I hate the stereotype that people in America don't get to enjoy anime, such as people who like Naruto. It's the same thing in Japan, you have kids running around in Naruto headbands, so the only difference is actually race. I bet most people who say dubs are horrible, began their interest in anime from a dub as a child, and they discarded them as inferior when they learned about fansubs and don't even realize the fact that they like anime BECAUSE they watched dubs (of course this may not apply to everyone). Man, now I miss Toonami again, though the past year and a half the shows were horrible, back in the day I enjoyed watching the shows it provided.


hey dude the one who learned japanese ! how long did it take for u to learn japanese? im thinking about learining it but first i want to know how many years it will take . I want to make subs too lol her the fan somehow .u can see in me a true anime fan ! anime is my hobby.
Posted 10/3/08 , edited 10/3/08

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Tsutoki wrote:


BleachFreak_ wrote:

Dude, by mentioning the word "Dub" you just summoned a bunch of n00bs and go around yelling "OMFG DUB SUX! I LIEK JERPANESE BUTTER BECAUSE I'M JERPANESE LOOK KAWAIINEKOBAKAYAOIKAWAIIKONNICHIWACHAN!"
=______=


I actually lol'd in real life at that. x3 Though true, dubs do not always turn out well, with the censoring and such, it does provide children who can't actually find subs yet, or children who simply cannot read, a way to watch anime. When I was a child (this was before I learned Japanese), I used to watch dubs all the time, I didn't notice the horrible voices, because I didn't know anime came from Japan back then. In fact, even after I learned how to speak and write Japanese, I still continued to watch dubs, then I learned the joys of downloading RAWs. Afterwards I watched anime like crazy during my grade school days (my teachers didn't care, lol free time for the win. :P). Later I actually began subbing anime to show others the animes that I truly enjoyed. So dubs were what sparked my interest in anime and it made knowing Japanese such a treat (I didn't want to learn the language in the first place, my dad insisted on it, now that I think back on it, I'm glad he did). So, I think that dubs are great, though I personally don't watch them anymore, but I know kids do, I hate the stereotype that people in America don't get to enjoy anime, such as people who like Naruto. It's the same thing in Japan, you have kids running around in Naruto headbands, so the only difference is actually race. I bet most people who say dubs are horrible, began their interest in anime from a dub as a child, and they discarded them as inferior when they learned about fansubs and don't even realize the fact that they like anime BECAUSE they watched dubs (of course this may not apply to everyone). Man, now I miss Toonami again, though the past year and a half the shows were horrible, back in the day I enjoyed watching the shows it provided.


hey dude the one who learned japanese ! how long did it take for u to learn japanese? im thinking about learining it but first i want to know how many years it will take . I want to make subs too lol her the fan somehow .u can see in me a true anime fan ! anime is my hobby.


Well I started learning in second grade, it really varies from person to person. My dad works in business so I was required to lean a lot of languages if I wanted to make friends when we went on one of his business trips. I was taught by a tutor for the nine months that I was staying in Japan. Afterwards I continued to learn the language because I caught special interest in it, so during most of my grade school days I spent learning Japanese (I bought books, learning guides, etc.). In my opinion, though this is just an opinion, it's best to learn another language while you're young, for many reasons, one is that you're more impressionable while you're young. The other is that, well currenty I'm in high school, when in grade school you don't have too much to do, teachers tend to push you less, so you have more free time, I remember my classmates looking at me everyday strangely because I brought four Japanese textbooks to school and studied them. So to be more specific I spent two to three years learning romaji, kanji, and katakana/hiragana. Then in 5th grade I started getting more serious and got into learning the idioms and more advanced charaters. So all in all I think it took me five or so years to get to where I am. Well I'm subbing less and less now, since I'm going off to a university/college when I'm 16, so I'll be pretty busy, good luck in your learnings.
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