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Which Seiyuu would you like to meet?
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Posted 3/17/09

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Lol,

Can i call all these people who know seiyuu's from a anime chara, a otaku ?? o.O


Seiyuu are what makes anime fun to watch compared to Manga

Knowing some seiyuu is not a bad thing


Hmm, you're right about that, but I don't even know/remember one seiyuu from the anime I've watched.
Does it matter that you remember or know a few seiyuu's???

For me is a anime simply an extension from the manga. May the voice from the seiyuu's suck or ish good, I don't care.
So long the art is fine/unique , I watch it.



You remember the seiyuu because sometimes, she is also the singer. No one actually remembers every seiyuu of every anime, at least part of what I know
Posted 3/17/09

holy_may wrote:


Baka-Master wrote:


holy_may wrote:


Baka-Master wrote:

Lol,

Can i call all these people who know seiyuu's from a anime chara, a otaku ?? o.O


Seiyuu are what makes anime fun to watch compared to Manga

Knowing some seiyuu is not a bad thing


Hmm, you're right about that, but I don't even know/remember one seiyuu from the anime I've watched.
Does it matter that you remember or know a few seiyuu's???

For me is a anime simply an extension from the manga. May the voice from the seiyuu's suck or ish good, I don't care.
So long the art is fine/unique , I watch it.



I personally don't read manga

So extension for you but not for me =P


I personally try to remember a few ones and see how versatile they can be. Versatility is one of my main interest.


Lol,

Then I should recommend you to not read manga's from the anime you've watched, because it's really disappointing to see what they've done to the anime.

But may I ask why you don't read manga though?
I thought everyone who watch anime would read manga
Posted 3/17/09


Let me rephrase myself, Can I call everyone who would remember every seiyuu from an anime an Otaku
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Posted 3/17/09

Baka-Master wrote:


holy_may wrote:


Baka-Master wrote:


holy_may wrote:


Baka-Master wrote:

Lol,

Can i call all these people who know seiyuu's from a anime chara, a otaku ?? o.O


Seiyuu are what makes anime fun to watch compared to Manga

Knowing some seiyuu is not a bad thing


Hmm, you're right about that, but I don't even know/remember one seiyuu from the anime I've watched.
Does it matter that you remember or know a few seiyuu's???

For me is a anime simply an extension from the manga. May the voice from the seiyuu's suck or ish good, I don't care.
So long the art is fine/unique , I watch it.



I personally don't read manga

So extension for you but not for me =P


I personally try to remember a few ones and see how versatile they can be. Versatility is one of my main interest.


Lol,

Then I should recommend you to not read manga's from the anime you've watched, because it's really disappointing to see what they've done to the anime.

But may I ask why you don't read manga though?
I thought everyone who watch anime would read manga


I already know that most manga are better than anime.

Reasons why I am into anime are first, the sound(whatever opening/ending, background music, seiyuu)
Secondly, I already got more than 3500Gb of anime in my hard drive... I still haven't watched half of it -_-
Third, the only manga that I read weekly is One Piece because I got tired of waiting over the anime lol

But overall, I just don't like reading manga
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Posted 3/17/09

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Let me rephrase myself, Can I call everyone who would remember every seiyuu from an anime an Otaku

that depends, Otaku in its bad definition or general definition?
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Let me rephrase myself, Can I call everyone who would remember every seiyuu from an anime an Otaku

that depends, Otaku in its bad definition or general definition?

Ofcourse the general, (never knew that there was an ''bad'' definition of ''otaku'')
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Posted 3/17/09

Baka-Master wrote:


holy_may wrote:


Baka-Master wrote:



Let me rephrase myself, Can I call everyone who would remember every seiyuu from an anime an Otaku

that depends, Otaku in its bad definition or general definition?

Ofcourse the general, (never knew that there was an ''bad'' definition of ''otaku'')

I personally don't like that term if it was pointing on me. I am quite sure you watched Gintama, otaku in Japan is usually a bad meaning...
Posted 3/17/09


Let me rephrase myself, Can I call everyone who would remember every seiyuu from an anime an Otaku

that depends, Otaku in its bad definition or general definition?

Ofcourse the general, (never knew that there was an ''bad'' definition of ''otaku'')

I personally don't like that term if it was pointing on me. I am quite sure you watched Gintama, otaku in Japan is usually a bad meaning...


I personally like it though, it gives an vibe from that you love anime/manga. xD

But you're right about ''otaku in Japan is usually a bad meaning''

anyway we're totally off topic now XD
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I personally like it though, it gives an vibe from that you love anime/manga. xD

But you're right about ''otaku in Japan is usually a bad meaning''

anyway we're totally off topic now XD


Not at all, the question is yet unanswered.

Knowing all the seiyuu is merely impossible. I personally know a good amount of it but again, I only concentrate on those that I love such as Kitamura Eri, Kappei Yamaguchi, Tomatsu Haruka, etc...

Then again, you get to know them through the number of anime that you watched. I definitely have seen a nice amount of anime but I still can't recall 1/10 of them unless I made a list of it.


As for your question, Considering someone an otaku for knowing some seiyuu seems be appropriate if I judge it through Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu
Posted 3/17/09

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Baka-Master wrote:


I personally like it though, it gives an vibe from that you love anime/manga. xD

But you're right about ''otaku in Japan is usually a bad meaning''

anyway we're totally off topic now XD


Not at all, the question is yet unanswered.

Knowing all the seiyuu is merely impossible. I personally know a good amount of it but again, I only concentrate on those that I love such as Kitamura Eri, Kappei Yamaguchi, Tomatsu Haruka, etc...

Then again, you get to know them through the number of anime that you watched. I definitely have seen a nice amount of anime but I still can't recall 1/10 of them unless I made a list of it.


As for your question, Considering someone an otaku for knowing some seiyuu seems be appropriate if I judge it through Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu


Damn I'm already amazed by that you remember those names o.O

I dare to so that I've watched a lot of anime aswell, (but dropped many from disappointment ) but even if I'm making a list I wouldn't remember one name.

Hmm since you don't like that ''term'' I won't say you're an otaku =P
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Posted 3/17/09

Baka-Master wrote:


holy_may wrote:


Baka-Master wrote:


I personally like it though, it gives an vibe from that you love anime/manga. xD

But you're right about ''otaku in Japan is usually a bad meaning''

anyway we're totally off topic now XD


Not at all, the question is yet unanswered.

Knowing all the seiyuu is merely impossible. I personally know a good amount of it but again, I only concentrate on those that I love such as Kitamura Eri, Kappei Yamaguchi, Tomatsu Haruka, etc...

Then again, you get to know them through the number of anime that you watched. I definitely have seen a nice amount of anime but I still can't recall 1/10 of them unless I made a list of it.


As for your question, Considering someone an otaku for knowing some seiyuu seems be appropriate if I judge it through Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu


Damn I'm already amazed by that you remember those names o.O

I dare to so that I've watched a lot of anime aswell, (but dropped many from disappointment ) but even if I'm making a list I wouldn't remember one name.

Hmm since you don't like that ''term'' I won't say you're an otaku =P


I personally am not that amazed... I am watching without dropping them even if I want to... So far none dropped but many on-hold -_-
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Posted 3/17/09

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I think personally seeing a seiyuu is impossible . But I would love to see Aya Hirano, Kitamura Eri and Rei Kugimiya


I have a cousin who has! He lives in Shanghai China! LOL!
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I've only seen Peter Griffins voice actor but i guess he doesn't count as a seiyuu haha
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Vic Mignogna ..Tehee!!..and the voice actor for louise from zero no tsukaima
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