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Posted 12/21/14

hotpinkdragon wrote:

So I don't know if it's been mentioned, but it is sort of misleading to say RWBY is English dubbed.

RWBY was made by rooster teeth, and was always in english, and I don't think a Japanese version exisits. (unless fan done, in that case eww.)

The rest of these show were in native Japanese, and have been Re-Dubbed into english.

So yes RWBY is dubbed in english, but is not Re-Dubbed into english.

{End Rant}


Ah! I was going to say what you just said. Looks like you beat me to it.
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Posted 12/23/14 , edited 12/23/14

HaruyamaYuuki wrote:



In some cases shows have cut soundtracks and replaced audio.
You get to whole meaning, tone, and mood, and even complete Audio with Japanese audio.
I do not watch English dub... just too different, it is okay if you want to relax and watch the show.
But for example, Seymour from FFX voice was a total different character. The anime Initial D and Kyatto Ninden Teyandee, was not the same show without the Japanese audio. But New Anime (most) keeps the originally soundtrack at least.
But still some jokes and the feeling is lost in English dub




You mean in the very rare cases in shows like Pokemon and Yugioh and...Pokemon and Yugioh?

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Posted 12/23/14
Man this sucks i thought it had the option os subbed and dubbed. not what i expected for a paid subcribtion. good thing am on a trail basis.
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Posted 12/24/14
I think it depends on the cast. For instance, Attack on Titan was much better in the original subbed version because what makes a re-dub successful IMO is having the right voice actor for the part. Bryce Papenbrook is a great voice actor, but did a much better role in SAO and Blue Exorcist. I don't think he follows Erin's character so well in AOT. Fairy Tail is my favorite dub with all the VAs matching the characters just as well as the subbed version. It's easier to watch something dubbed when you want to just listen and enjoy the design of the characters and environments rather than reading the whole time, but some dubs are just done so horribly you can't help but watch the original.
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Posted 12/26/14
Awesome that someone took the time to make this list. I seriously think it wouldn't hurt for Crunchyroll to add more English dubs.
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Posted 12/28/14
I really prefer the dubbed versions. Allow you to get Into the work a bit more.. Specially with action stories.
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Posted 12/28/14
I would have cared about two years ago, for Dubbed anime. however I've watched that many animes Subbed it just what I am used too. everyone I know usually starts off Dubbed then can not wait to just ends to watching them in Subbed. well that what me and my friends have done .
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Posted 12/29/14 , edited 12/29/14
Here is my 2 cents on dubbed vs. subbed. I read through a lot of this thread and no one really hit on these points.

While I personally prefer subbed, due to the original voice acting in most cases being better, and there's always an element of loss or lack of emotional impact with lines that are lost in translation when dubbed.

The issues with subbed however is this -

One: If you haven't watched subbed for a long time or ever, there is an adjustment period where you are consciously aware you are reading vs. watching, it isn't natural feeling initially, and you feel odd, because you are reading the subs and not watching the show.

The adjustment period isn't long, two or three twenty min. episodes under your belt and you usually adjust to the point to where you are reading subs and no longer even notice.

Two: Reading speed - if you do not read fast enough you find yourself missing lines and or caught having to pause or rewind. Although subs are a great way to learn and improve those reading speeds, the more you watch subs the faster you will be able to read them.

Three: You cannot multi task, or at least I cannot. I am the type of person that likes to watch a show on one monitor or device, while doing something on the other. I rarely focus wholly on just watching a show. Subbed makes this difficult to do as you often cannot focus on reading the subs, watching the show, and whatever other task you are doing.

Personally for me it is reason number three that I even care for dubbed shows, and would like to see more dubbed shows. I actually don't watch as much anime, manga, etc.. as I would like to because I like subbed shows better, and don't have the ability to focus on subbed to view them, so I often go long periods where I won't watch any shows. Plus I feel more accomplished when I watch a show while doing some other productive activity and don't just sit on the couch the whole time.

Anyways those are my thoughts. In the end subbed is my preferred, but, dubbed would enable me to view anime more often and more regularly, while testing out more variety of shows based on the nature of how I watch content in general.

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Posted 12/31/14
I want dubbed anime, CR seems to be lacking in that department so will have to go elsewhere.
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Posted 12/31/14
Dubbed shows are very important for people with reduced vision. My roommate has 10-20% vision, so, he can't read, but with a big tv, still gets enough detail to watch tv. I prefer subbed, but, I want to be able to watch anime with my roommate, he needs to be exposed to some good stuff. Thanks for making this list, but I'm rather disappointed that there isn't more...
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Posted 1/3/15 , edited 1/3/15
This is awesome, I didn't know these were dubs. I do hope in the future we see a larger selection of dubs here on CR.
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Posted 1/3/15
I love Subbed Anime! When I am able to devote my full attention to it there is nothing better in my opinion. That being said I also have times where I want to watch but have to split my attention so watching subs are out. With such a small selection I don't even bother logging into CR. I know they still get my monthly payment either way. On a good week I can log over 60 hours on CR. When I have a lot to do or am playing my games a lot it drops to 6 or 7 hours. If CR had more Dubbed Anime there would be no drop at all. On those weeks I wonder if it is even worth it to pay a subscription. Just pay once a year catch up on all the series I have in my queue and then cancel. I won't do that tho for 2 reasons 1. I want to support legal sites and 2. I really don't miss the subscription fee each month so it's not like I am doing it to save money or something like that. Just my petty 2 cents.
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Posted 1/5/15
I love Dubbed its easier to quote them lol. And some of my fave animes are dubbed version. Sure dubs are often censoring but given the fact my latest dub is a kid's anime I can't see it being censored very hard. I don't mind watching Sub either I certainly love a few sub animes on here but sometimes I'm happy to watch dub just so I don't have to read subtitles lol.
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Posted 1/11/15
Need to add:

/drrr Season 1
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Posted 1/12/15

asharka wrote:

Need to add:

/drrr Season 1
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Why thank you ^,^! Will do. I'm excited for the new ones
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