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k3nsh1n4life
Jun 20, 12 at 6:23pm

I don't think avatar is a dub though. Its an English anime. If anything, the dub would be Japanese xP

littlemiss
Jul 02, 12 at 3:19pm

English subs for anything. Bar the first time I watched childhood series like Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura. I tend to learn towards the dub in that respect but I do enjoy both. :) Although I did watch Yu Yu Hakusho in dub initially also.

yukixl
Alpaca Chaser Yuki commented on English Sub versus English Dub
Alpaca Chaser Yuki
Jul 02, 12 at 4:35pm

Eng subs for almost every anime except dbz err... inuyasha cause idk just more used toinuyasha w.o usopp VA and err first season pokemon

littlemiss
Jul 02, 12 at 4:36pm

Ahh Pokemon! ..Ive never watched raw Pokemon.. O.o

yukixl
Alpaca Chaser Yuki commented on English Sub versus English Dub
Alpaca Chaser Yuki
Jul 02, 12 at 4:55pm

Hmmmm raw pokemon always wondered where they get their food and how do they know what a bird PR dpg os when. They dont have them o.o..

threewolves
Jul 03, 12 at 2:58pm

Right now, I like Dub more, once I learn japanese better, I will like Sub more. I prefer looking at whats going on, then reading text at the bottom of a screen.

ping_timeout
Jul 03, 12 at 3:05pm

Dubs usually have extremely sloppy voice actors they basically pick up off the street, so I focus on subs to avoid that torture.

fujinkeima
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fujinkeima
Jul 04, 12 at 2:07pm

Unlike a good chunk of otakus out there,I'm quite fine with both.
I'm more used to japanese dubs,but I'm also fairly familiar with English voice actors.
Sometimes,I'll enjoy the english dub,sometimes the japanese one.

littlemiss
Jul 04, 12 at 2:12pm

I think my favourite English (Okay.. American..) voice actor is Crispin Freeman. :3

gentlemanrdp
Jul 04, 12 at 2:42pm

I'm fine with both, but it depends on my mood. I have a lot of respect for the VA's and the Seiyuu who work on our beloved shows. I'll watch the subs when I have the time to read the screen (Granted, there are some anime that I don't even need to read the subs because I've memorized everything) and I'll watch the dubs when I'm multitasking or when I want background noise so I don't need to be paying much attention.

Favorite voice actors, probably either Greg Ayres or ... *Shame* Vic ...

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