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Anime that I've watched. I watch in sub only.

Kimi ni Todoke
Lovely Complex
Ah, My Goddess
Sora no Otoshimono
Great Teacher Onizuka (GTO)
Ai's Pure
Full Metal Panic? Fummofu
School Rumble
Yukitate!! Japan
Midori No Hibi
History's strongest disciple: Kenichi
To Love-Ru /To Love-Ru Ova/Motto to love-Ru
Trigun
Fairy Tail
Hanasaku Iroha
Usagi Drop
Seto no Hanayome
K-On
Minami Ke
Toradora
Chobits
Kaicho Maid Sama
Golden Boy
High School of the Dead
Nyan-Koi
Mirai Nikki
Bakemonogatari
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Yuyu Hakusho
Slam Dunk
Nisemonogatari
Another
Elfen Lied
Deadman Wonderland
Gintama
Darker than Black
Madoka Magica
Spirited Away
Naruto Shippuden
Steins;Gate
The World God Only Knows
Puella Magi Madoka Magica

Past time:
Watching anime > playing wow.
05/15/2012 06:19 PMPosted by Verelyse
Fate Stay/Night (or where ever the slash goes)

Fate/Stay Night or Fate/Zero?

I haven't seen Stay Night, Zero has been fantastic though. Extremely dark.


Night, I haven't seen Zero yet.
05/16/2012 10:11 PMPosted by Soeroah

Fate/Stay Night or Fate/Zero?

I haven't seen Stay Night, Zero has been fantastic though. Extremely dark.


Night, I haven't seen Zero yet.


you should, it's fantastic

everyone is a jackass except Rider


Night, I haven't seen Zero yet.


you should, it's fantastic

everyone is a jackass except Rider


Trying to decide if I want to wait for the dub or not right now. I watched Night dubbed so I dunno.
I watch in sub only.


I watch in both sub and dub.


The problem is that anime in the west is not as profitable compare in Japan. As a result, English actors who work for Anime dubbing are paid less. Real acting talents go somewhere else like television or movies.

That's why most English dub actors makes me cringed. Not all but most do. It make sense because if you're a talented actor in North America, you would not find yourself dubbing anime.

Note: It bothers me when I hear an English character in an Anime played by Japanese actor.


I watch in both sub and dub.


The problem is that anime in the west is not as profitable compare in Japan. As a result, English actors who work for Anime dubbing are paid less. Real acting talents go somewhere else like television or movies.

That's why most English dub actors makes me cringed. Not all but most do. It make sense because if you're a talented actor in North America, you would not find yourself dubbing anime.

Note: It bothers me when I hear an English character in an Anime played by Japanese actor.


There are bad and i mean real bad english voice overs for japanese anime. Case in point?......Xenogears anime cutscenes. worse voice dubbing than an old school dubbed kung fu movie from the late 70s early 80s.

I prefer my anime subbed. I do like some dubbed series but Im more drawn to the subbed ones
Death Note
Durarara!!

^ favorites

Cowboy Bebop
Blood+
Claymore
Ergo Proxy
Kuroshi-tsuji (dash because lol filter)
Higurashi
Gundam Wing
Ouran High School Host Club

^ Others liked but not limited to


I watch in both sub and dub.


The problem is that anime in the west is not as profitable compare in Japan. As a result, English actors who work for Anime dubbing are paid less. Real acting talents go somewhere else like television or movies.

That's why most English dub actors makes me cringed. Not all but most do. It make sense because if you're a talented actor in North America, you would not find yourself dubbing anime.

Note: It bothers me when I hear an English character in an Anime played by Japanese actor.

There are some good dubs out there and to be honest. There are some Japanese VAs that I really can't stand. I am pretty much throwing myself to the wolves here but I really don't like Aya Hirano (she does Haruhi, Misa from Death Note and Konata from Lucky Star). Any time she plays a main character in a anime I pretty much have to watch the dubbed version.
With that being said, I like both dubbed and subbed.
Has anyone seen Kaiji? I thought that was an awesome anime.
1. Bleach
2. Naruto Shippuden
3. FMA: Brotherhood
4. Code Geass (Both seasons)
5. Samurai 7
Darker than black
Full Metal alchemist
......
04/03/2012 09:31 PMPosted by Celyndrashad
The only thing worse is non-anime.

The only thing worse are the fans.

Cowboy Bebop
DBZ
Inuyasha
Gundam Wing
Great Teacher Onizuka
Azumanga Daioh will and will always be my favorite.
Even if I like something more, words cannot describe how much of myself I see in these characters, and how funny I find this show because of it, and how much I enjoy it on a really personal level that I think a lot of people don't get.

And of course FMA, can't forget about FMA.
1. Azumanga Daioh
2. Fullmetal Alchemist
3. Bleach
4. Azumanga Daioh again.
5. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
I'm going in the order of what I loved growing up.

1. Dragonball (Z and GT)
2. Naruto the Subbed Versions
3. Bleach
4. Full Metal Alchemist
5. Trigun
1. Fairy Tail (I love fantasy anime!)
2. Code Geass (This anime... So many different feels ;~;)
3. Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood ( I like this version slightly more than the original)
4. Death Note (Great anime, was also one of my first)
5. Trigun (Another one of my first, and Vash is awesome!)
High school of the dead
Yumekui Merry
Shakugan no Shana
Full metal panic-Fumoffu
Sekirei
Fate Stay Night
Fate/Zero
Louie the Rune Soldier
School Rumble
Air Gear
1. Beelzebub
2. Bleach
3. Naruto Shippuden (Non filler episodes)
4. Death Note
5. Fairy Tail
1. Baccano!
2. Another
3. Now and Then, Here and There (not that I'm ever going to re-watch it, so gutwrenching)
4. Steins;Gate
5. Angel Beats!

Obligatory mention of Cowboy Bebop

-598234. Claymore
1. Cowboy Bebop.
2. Serial Experiments Lain.
3. [...]

Probably some mix of Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and something else.

There were so many great series in 2012 my list is a little cloudy.

3. Now and Then, Here and There (not that I'm ever going to re-watch it, so gutwrenching)

Agreed; that show was like Ender's Game meets Lord of the Flies.

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