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Do you prefer anime dubbed or subbed?
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Posted 7/25/14 , edited 7/25/14
I watch subs and dubs. Anime that never got released in western countries like Time Travel Tondekeman would leave me no choice, but to watch it subbed. Tiger & Bunny has one heck of an English dub, though. But all in all it depends on how good in quality a particular sub or dub is.
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Posted 7/25/14
I would have to say subbed. The first anime i saw was subbed, so it just feels right.
Posted 7/25/14
Subbed. I tried dubbed and it just felt weird watching it haha
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Posted 7/25/14
Sub becuz a lot of the American actors for dubbed anime suck. Lol really they suck at acting. Even tho in subbed they r speaking in Japanese I can feel the emotion and it actually sounds like they r the main character if that even makes sense lol. Also in dubbed anime they change what the actually words are. I also think that actors that are speaking Japanese makes anime anime. If ya know wt I mean. But if I can't watch the anime subbed I wouldn't mind watching the dub version.
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Posted 7/27/14

Asuna205 wrote:

Sub becuz a lot of the American actors for dubbed anime suck. Lol really they suck at acting. Even tho in subbed they r speaking in Japanese I can feel the emotion and it actually sounds like they r the main character if that even makes sense lol. Also in dubbed anime they change what the actually words are. I also think that actors that are speaking Japanese makes anime anime. If ya know wt I mean. But if I can't watch the anime subbed I wouldn't mind watching the dub version.


Your opinion would have been valid and reasonable if you could actually spell and use grammar correctly.
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Posted 7/27/14 , edited 7/27/14
Okay...It's reasonable. That of course, most anime will be subbed. But I prefer if it was dubbed because of how I can look at the video and not having to "read." I don't mind reading, It's just that when I focus some of my attention on the sub titles, I sometimes miss out on some details in the video. Having it dubbed lessens some of the workload on my brain...so to speak.

And I mean common...some American voice actors just annoy me..(I regret watching Future Diary dubbed. Sword art online Dubbed also annoys me.)
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Posted 7/27/14
only subbed
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Subbed- I just cant make it though dubbed anime, mostly because the companies who dub these things try so damn hard to make it so kid friendly it runes some of the better moments. for ex> the hero("Red") is about to face off in an epic battle with his rival ("Blue"), "Red" charges in with a "lets do this!" oook , then "Blue" jumps in with a "Yah!" It kinda loses something when both of them have the "win or lose, we can still be friends" attitude.

I do agree with Tsukiou DBZ is one of the very few anime I would rather watch dubbed (WTH Goku's voice, the director must have gotten laid for that one.)I remember the first episode I watch in subs because I couldn't find a dubbed one, I was thinking " Who's this annoying woman talking over Goku " then I realized, that woman is Goku :tears:
Posted 7/27/14
i want to hear cute japanese
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severticas wrote:

i want to hear cute japanese


Shut up, peasant.
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Posted 7/27/14
Mostly subbed, i liked Ouran High School Host Club and Vampire Knight dubbed, but thats about it.
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Nyuboom wrote:


severticas wrote:

i want to hear cute japanese


Shut up, peasant.


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Posted 7/27/14
If the option is there, I would choose dubs because reading the subtitles takes a bit out of my enjoyment of anime. Dubs back in the last decade are where they peaked, but unfortunately the budget just isn't there anymore and they have become fewer and far between these days. That said, I will watch subs if a dub isn't available or the dub is so bad that it's so irritating, but thankfully there are not many dubs in this day of age that are irritating.
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Posted 7/27/14

Bakaneer wrote:

If the option is there, I would choose dubs because reading the subtitles takes a bit out of my enjoyment of anime. Dubs back in the last decade are where they peaked, but unfortunately the budget just isn't there anymore and they have become fewer and far between these days. That said, I will watch subs if a dub isn't available or the dub is so bad that it's so irritating, but thankfully there are not many dubs in this day of age that are irritating.


I completely agree with everyone of your points!
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Posted 7/28/14
Subbed. I tried watching in dubbed but it felt weird not seeing subtitles. :9
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