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R080T
21 Aug, 2012 1:04 pm

Sub.Although a few I've liked have good dubs.

Predelnik
21 Aug, 2012 7:10 am

Definetly sub and english one, though it's not my native language smile

moogleymog
20 Aug, 2012 10:34 pm

I prefer sub as the dubs are usually pretty bad.

angelerin5
20 Aug, 2012 8:24 pm

preferbly sub because i can say the voices in my head its fun big_smile and when watching older rated anime people don't comment on the noise and stuff 0.0

rain162
19 Aug, 2012 5:24 am

Both... It depends on whether I like the voice actors or not.

CreamyLamb
19 Aug, 2012 3:10 am

wow, a lot of my forums don't get good outcomes. This is amazing for me. thanks guys C:

Simmeh
19 Aug, 2012 2:23 am

Artist-KGH wrote:

I like both. It depends on the acting, and the sound of their voice.

I prefer English dubbed when they get good actors like Hayao Miyazaki films do. Totoro and Ponyo have brilliant English dubs.

I agree. I love Hayao Miyazaki films~!

I never saw Totoro, but I've seen Ponyo and Howl's Moving Castle and I absolutely loved them!

I really must see more of his work. smile

Simmeh
19 Aug, 2012 2:18 am

I go back and forth between the two.

So I choose both.

I like some of the voices in Dub, but I honestly prefer Monster in Sub. However, that may be because I watched it in Sub first.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=41Z9zjPDcBA

I like Fullmetal Alchemist best in Dub, though.

thechilione
19 Aug, 2012 1:33 am

the only dub i've watched was pokemon

Memories
18 Aug, 2012 10:51 pm

Sub, Ive seen many animes dubbed, but they really sound ....boring to me..even if the original japanese versions were entertaining..

red*rogue
18 Aug, 2012 9:11 pm

Depends.

I once watched Gantz dubbed. Up until episode 15 or so.
Then I watched it subbed and "mista" Kato and Kurono just sounded the same to me : <

I played Persona 3 dubbed and then I got an undubbed version aaaand I missed the English voice acting. Because that was really good!

And sometimes I'm drawing and watching something and I don't have the time to read the subtitles, so dub comes in handy.

So uhm owo
both

Sarru
18 Aug, 2012 9:05 pm

Artist-KGH wrote:

I like both. It depends on the acting, and the sound of their voice.

I prefer English dubbed when they get good actors like Hayao Miyazaki films do. Totoro and Ponyo have brilliant English dubs.

Gotta agree with this.

Though I think most of the time sub is the way to go, but that's just because they get higher quality voice actors/actresses because of the..."prestige" I guess that goes along with being one.
Voice actors/actresses in Japan pretty much have the same status as Hollywood actors/actresses in the US.

While in most places voice actors/actresses are sorta second fiddle when compared to those types.

Artist-KGH
18 Aug, 2012 8:02 pm

I like both. It depends on the acting, and the sound of their voice.

I prefer English dubbed when they get good actors like Hayao Miyazaki films do. Totoro and Ponyo have brilliant English dubs.

Kimsaysrainbow
18 Aug, 2012 7:44 pm

90% sub.
10% dub.

Old anime's have great dubs, like Fruits basket and Kodomo no omocha (same voice-overs xD)
But Japan is  just.. they put more emotions in their acting. ♥

sumnima255
18 Aug, 2012 7:34 pm

Sub, le duh.

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