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Postby klinky » Thu Aug 01, 2002 8:25 pm

Mroni wrote:Crispin freeman is a bigtime otaku he was into anime and got into voice acting that way. Some american voice actors love their work.



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Postby BaHaRa » Thu Aug 01, 2002 9:23 pm

Crispin freeman is a bigtime otaku he was into anime and got into voice acting that way. Some american voice actors love their work.



true...Crispin has always been the only person in the dubbing industry that i know a bit about and still like. although i havent heard his dub voice much cuz i dont watch dubs
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Postby Schu no ko » Fri Aug 02, 2002 12:37 am

He's Alucard ^_^ I glomped him in his Alucard costume at AX and he signed my Rabid Fangirl shirt I was getting people to sign ^_^ Very nice guy (and a good hugger to boot). And he does the little Alucard laugh perfectly.
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Postby treehugnhippy » Sat Aug 03, 2002 11:26 am

Back to the original topic (sorta), I really liked Akira when I first saw it. It was one of my first real anime titles. Many years later I can still enjoy it on DVD while I find that most people bash it. Why is that? Do those who dislike Akira have a problem with the animation, or the story, or the characters or.... or what?

The storyline of Akira was really quite good for the time constraints of a movie and not a series. And I liked the animation.
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Postby Hitori » Sat Aug 03, 2002 12:23 pm

The Real Bout High School dubs are pretty good. But, original japanese with subtitles will always be better in most any anime you watch!! :lol:

Akira is really good!! I have one of the DVD metal collector's cases. Jin-Roh is pretty good as well. Man, I could go on and on about which anime I like to watch. That's not the issue... is it? :?
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Postby Declan_Vee » Sat Aug 03, 2002 1:05 pm

Ummm, What's Toonami?... I'm being serious if I don't sound it.
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Postby BaHaRa » Sat Aug 03, 2002 1:18 pm

Back to the original topic (sorta), I really liked Akira when I first saw it. It was one of my first real anime titles. Many years later I can still enjoy it on DVD while I find that most people bash it. Why is that? Do those who dislike Akira have a problem with the animation, or the story, or the characters or.... or what?


its far from what the manga was


Ummm, What's Toonami?... I'm being serious if I don't sound it.


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Postby akatoro » Mon Aug 05, 2002 1:36 pm

About Evangelion and Akira.

Akira was one of the first animes I ever saw, and I can't say that I liked it very much due to the scenes of violence that, what I thought, had no part in the movie just being random acts of sickness. Well that was in that time when I couldn't grasp what's 'inbetween' the talk. Later on movies like Ninja Scroll, Ninja Resurrection and other bloody animes have made me blunt to violence I suppose. But still when I watch Akira, I come back to those old feelings which hinders me from seeing what Akira really wants to tell people.

Anyways..
I just saw Neon genesis Evangelion, finished it all yesterday as a matter of fact, and to my surprise there wasn't any random acts of blood, sinew, brainsplatts, breasts, rapes, roadkills etc scenes. I actually appreciated this much more, and I got to understand the movie better then I know I had otherwise. You -do- have to watch the whole series and the movie 'The End of Evangelion' to understand it to it's fullest extent.. More money for the makers, but I guess any series would be alltogether worthless if the conclusion of the movies came in the middle and lame silence came afterwards.

Anywho, if anyone of you bothered reading through all of this, I just want to say that Subtitles are always better then Dubbs.
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