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Posted 6/4/10
Frankly, you could have knocked me over with a feather when this was announced. I really thought I would never see any new anime on Adult Swim again unless there was a major management change.
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Posted 6/4/10

TheAncientOne wrote:

Frankly, you could have knocked me over with a feather when this was announced. I really thought I would never see any new anime on Adult Swim again unless there was a major management change.


I two was amazed.. flashing through the channels and happen to see it. I do not watch Adult swim do to their lame selection. But Now they have this on it I am going to have to spend at-least half an hour one day a week watching it.
Posted 6/4/10
their love team suck
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its bleach and inuyasha combined all the screaming is lame im trying to convert friends to anime and all that needless yelling really kills it.the ghost dogs look like soul collectors with an attitude.
subbed dubbed i dont care as long as there is good storyline,bloodshed,action and adult themes im pretty much sold. going off the above list these are some i have enjoyed Inuyasha is what got me hooked to anime then came bleach after that i was never the same im addicted to anime .
Elfen Lied
Evangelion
Witchblade
Cowboy Bebop
Samurai Champloo
Full Metal Alchemist ,Brotherhood
Stand Alone Complex


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Dragon Ball

Code Geass
Death Note
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Posted 6/19/10
i thought the dub was really bad, when they were talking is sounded very generic javascript:void(0).... beck was a pretty good dub
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Posted 6/20/10
It's playing on Adult Swim right now as I type. Sounds bad.
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Posted 6/20/10
'the next episode is a good one.. '
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Posted 6/20/10
Adult swim loves setting anime up to fail. 1 in the morning on a saturday is a s*** time slot.
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Posted 6/27/10

sandmonkey1 wrote:

Adult swim loves setting anime up to fail. 1 in the morning on a saturday is a s*** time slot.



Well this anime can not fail, its a fun anime to watch.
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Posted 6/27/10

Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


sandmonkey1 wrote:

Adult swim loves setting anime up to fail. 1 in the morning on a saturday is a s*** time slot.



Well this anime can not fail, its a fun anime to watch.

Not to mention that compared to the time slots for some anime in Japan, that is getting off easy (i.e., 1:58am-2:28am for Angel Beats!, 2:28am-2:58am for K-ON!!, etc).

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Posted 6/30/10
Okay I watched it..........such a common theme (magical ninjas who have to do something or defeat something or protect something), and it was kinda dull, and right when it was about to get interesting it ended...the animation wasn't anything new and the characters wheren't that interesting.so no this isn't really my kind of anime.

it's still better then any ninja animes i've seen
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sandmonkey1 wrote:

Adult swim loves setting anime up to fail. 1 in the morning on a saturday is a s*** time slot.


*ahem*DVR*ahem*

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Here's my two cents worth on this anime. I've seen the first episode both in English and Japanese. And it seems somewhat interesting.

As for whether the sub is better or the dub is better. I would say that it all comes down to personal preference. If you don't like reading subtitles then watch the dub. Yes, some things get lost in translation. But I will leave that up to you.

If you prefer to see the show as it was originally written then watch the subs. You will still lose a few things as this is still translated to English that you read. The only way to truly see the show in it's original context is to learn Japanese. And watch the raws.

I'm not saying that any of you are wrong or right. Just that there are a lot of ways to look at this.

Please try to look at this from the other persons point of view. Some people find in hard to read subtitles and follow the show. Others simply prefer to hear the original emotions portrayed by the original actors.

Well, that's all I wanted to say. Please be kind
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Posted 7/1/10

yugioh12 wrote:

Here's my two cents worth on this anime. I've seen the first episode both in English and Japanese. And it seems somewhat interesting.

As for whether the sub is better or the dub is better. I would say that it all comes down to personal preference. If you don't like reading subtitles then watch the dub. Yes, some things get lost in translation. But I will leave that up to you.

If you prefer to see the show as it was originally written then watch the subs. You will still lose a few things as this is still translated to English that you read. The only way to truly see the show in it's original context is to learn Japanese. And watch the raws.

I'm not saying that any of you are wrong or right. Just that there are a lot of ways to look at this.

Please try to look at this from the other persons point of view. Some people find in hard to read subtitles and follow the show. Others simply prefer to hear the original emotions portrayed by the original actors.

Well, that's all I wanted to say. Please be kind


'Well wile it is personal preference I can not fully agree with you on the sub, one most subs do not fallow what is really being said. SO people like me who understand Japanese have a hard time reading one thing, and hearing something else entirely. (this is the case for most if not all subs)

That is why my preference is the watch the anime without subs in its raw form, or the German and English Dubs.

Subs do nothing or very little to fallow the story of the show.
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Posted 7/1/10

Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


yugioh12 wrote:

Here's my two cents worth on this anime. I've seen the first episode both in English and Japanese. And it seems somewhat interesting.

As for whether the sub is better or the dub is better. I would say that it all comes down to personal preference. If you don't like reading subtitles then watch the dub. Yes, some things get lost in translation. But I will leave that up to you.

If you prefer to see the show as it was originally written then watch the subs. You will still lose a few things as this is still translated to English that you read. The only way to truly see the show in it's original context is to learn Japanese. And watch the raws.

I'm not saying that any of you are wrong or right. Just that there are a lot of ways to look at this.

Please try to look at this from the other persons point of view. Some people find in hard to read subtitles and follow the show. Others simply prefer to hear the original emotions portrayed by the original actors.

Well, that's all I wanted to say. Please be kind


'Well wile it is personal preference I can not fully agree with you on the sub, one most subs do not fallow what is really being said. SO people like me who understand Japanese have a hard time reading one thing, and hearing something else entirely. (this is the case for most if not all subs)

That is why my preference is the watch the anime without subs in its raw form, or the German and English Dubs.

Subs do nothing or very little to fallow the story of the show.



You seem to have misunderstood me. What I am saying and what you are saying are the same thing. I also understand at least some Japanese and often find it funny when the character says one thing and the sub says another. If you understand Japanese well enough go ahead and watch the raws. What I said was just my opinion. I was not askig anyone to agree or disagree with me.

Also you seem to have meant to use the word "follow", not "fallow". To fallow means to make land for agricultural use. To follow means to go along with.
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