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English Sub versus English Dub

Jun 30, 18 at 12:29pm

I prefer sub because you're watching the anime was it was originally intended, and although yes you have to divert some of your attention to reading the words across the screen, the emotion and deliverance of the original dialogue is preserved.

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Jun 30, 18 at 12:43pm
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Jul 01, 18 at 10:16am

You know you've been watching anime too much when you don't know Japanese but you can still point out when the subtitle it's wrong...

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Jul 10, 18 at 5:56pm

I honestly prefer subbed because dubbed just sounds weird to me. Though sometimes I find a diamond in the rough :D

Jul 10, 18 at 6:31pm

Each thing with the original audio is better. I never liked dubbed english movies either.
They have the intended voice selection and direction, wich is in most cases better to me.

Aug 16, 18 at 10:31pm

Although MaiOtaku and this thread mostly aim at animes and other otaku content, this video shows Latin American Simpsons an example why some media being distributed from original country to localized country with certain things replaced to fit the country distributed outside of original country:

Aug 17, 18 at 10:50am

To me Sub and dub don't matter as what matters is the original manga.

Aug 17, 18 at 10:22pm

Black Lagoon Dub > Sub


@Daiji Von Satsujin

Same with many films that started as books like these:


Here's in comparison with Yu-Gi-Oh characters Kaiba and Yugi in original Japanese and 4Kids English:

Heh, I still prefer how beautiful 日本語 sounds. ^_^

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