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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!"
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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.







lol im 16 too and i thought u were like 26 by now...damnnn it will be more harder than i expected i also need to learn english because i moved here 3 years ago...not really learn but make it better..i guess i will have to stick by subbing anime just for spanish ppl lol or....uhm what books did u use to learn atleast how to understand the language ? it good enought if i can understand it...i dont really need to speak japanese i just want to learn how to understand it ...also waiting for sub is a pain in the as********.......

Posted 10/3/08

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Tsutoki wrote:


Ramonmedina15 wrote:


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.







lol im 16 too and i thought u were like 26 by now...damnnn it will be more harder than i expected i also need to learn english because i moved here 3 years ago...not really learn but make it better..i guess i will have to stick by subbing anime just for spanish ppl lol or....uhm what books did u use to learn atleast how to understand the language ? it good enought if i can understand it...i dont really need to speak japanese i just want to learn how to understand it ...also waiting for sub is a pain in the as********.......



Lol, actually you're older than me, I'm 15 right now. I don't really recall the name of the books since it was quite a while ago, though in fourth grade I started using Rosetta Stone and Berlitz, good programs to use for speaking.
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IF you let USA dub it please dont give it to 4 kids but cartoon network. or else it would be horrible 4 kids will kill the anime without mercy and then people are gonna think this anime is no good.
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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~~~

LOL! I agree.. Not only Tsubasa Cronicles, Card Captor Sakura as well.. When they speak in Malay shudders No wonder adults think anime is just some silly cartoon here in Malaysia.. Thanks to dubs.. But you also don't get much anime merchandise in Malaysia..

Posted 10/4/08

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IF you let USA dub it please dont give it to 4 kids but cartoon network. or else it would be horrible 4 kids will kill the anime without mercy and then people are gonna think this anime is no good.


Cartoon Network doesn't dub any anime. They merely HOST anime that has been dubbed by licensing companies, such as 4kids, funimation, etc.


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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~~~

LOL! I agree.. Not only Tsubasa Cronicles, Card Captor Sakura as well.. When they speak in Malay shudders No wonder adults think anime is just some silly cartoon here in Malaysia.. Thanks to dubs.. But you also don't get much anime merchandise in Malaysia..



I think that parents would prefer the dub anime over the original, because really, in the original Card Captors Saorin was somewhat attracted to Yukito, ANOTHER MALE, which implies homosexuality. I doubt that parents want their children watching such things. While I'm personally fine with that implication and I prefer the original, I understand where the licensers are coming from as to not want the parents of children complaining about their anime and how it's inappropriate to their kids, which could lead to lawsuits.

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Reborn246 wrote:

IF you let USA dub it please dont give it to 4 kids but cartoon network. or else it would be horrible 4 kids will kill the anime without mercy and then people are gonna think this anime is no good.


Cartoon Network doesn't dub any anime. They merely HOST anime that has been dubbed by licensing companies, such as 4kids, funimation, etc.


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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~~~

LOL! I agree.. Not only Tsubasa Cronicles, Card Captor Sakura as well.. When they speak in Malay shudders No wonder adults think anime is just some silly cartoon here in Malaysia.. Thanks to dubs.. But you also don't get much anime merchandise in Malaysia..



I think that parents would prefer the dub anime over the original, because really, in the original Card Captors Saorin was somewhat attracted to Yukito, ANOTHER MALE, which implies homosexuality. I doubt that parents want their children watching such things. While I'm personally fine with that implication and I prefer the original, I understand where the licensers are coming from as to not want the parents of children complaining about their anime and how it's inappropriate to their kids, which could lead to lawsuits.


True.. but in Malaysia TV, anything inappropriate will be cut off.. It's just that dubs here is very poorly done. If its anything like the dubs in US, its not that bad.. Even I used to watch Pokemon dubs and if I haven't watch it in Jap before I would think that English is the original language.. Well thats when I'm young though..
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@Kiminako: Well not genuine merchandise, but fake merchandise works sometimes too~~

I agree, that's why I can only talk to few people in Malaysia about anime D;
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@one99five> True true..
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Have you guys been watching on ANIMAX?
The biggest 24/7 Anime channel in the whole Asia and also including Canada?
Dubs are great on ANIMAX. XD
It's been a long time since I didn't watch on ANIMAX right now coz cables on Philippines are expensive.
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I had animax out here in the carribbean :< but then it went into some really stupid expensive for nothing cable plan, sooooo i decided not to pay for it.

Why, cause i has teh interwebz!!!, so i can just get anything i wanna see :>
Posted 10/4/08
There's animax in Canada? O_O
I should go look for that.
Then I can finally watch tv again lol
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Have you guys been watching on ANIMAX?
The biggest 24/7 Anime channel in the whole Asia and also including Canada?
Dubs are great on ANIMAX. XD
It's been a long time since I didn't watch on ANIMAX right now coz cables on Philippines are expensive.

I do have ANIMAX here but the animes are quite limited.. They repeat and repeat the same series over and over again... I dunno how many times they have repeated Gakuen Alice already But the dubs at ANIMAX are quite ok
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Takashi_Higashi wrote:

Have you guys been watching on ANIMAX?
The biggest 24/7 Anime channel in the whole Asia and also including Canada?
Dubs are great on ANIMAX. XD
It's been a long time since I didn't watch on ANIMAX right now coz cables on Philippines are expensive.

I do have ANIMAX here but the animes are quite limited.. They repeat and repeat the same series over and over again... I dunno how many times they have repeated Gakuen Alice already But the dubs at ANIMAX are quite ok


Yes,they repeat it but they're still good. XD
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No I think all dubs suck >________>;; But they let you watch in Jap in Animax. Excellent
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No I think all dubs suck >________>;; But they let you watch in Jap in Animax. Excellent

Yup.. But some nice anime don't have subs .. Pity people like me who can't understand Jap..
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