just died inside.. just started watching subbed anime. then my brother just came along and ruined it for me :o. tmy brather. dubbed anime fen we watching dubbed
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just died inside.

just started watching subbed anime. then my brother just came along and ruined it for me :o

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tmy brather. dubbed anime fen
we watching dubbed a: ainme, t
brather: dubbed anime is
terrible. its like, watching
a miving emmie. if l went
read an anime, i' ll
just read the
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Submitted: 09/09/2012
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User avatar #16 - Nihatclodra (09/09/2012) [+] (39 replies)
1) Japanese voices tend to sound better, and fit the characters better.
2) Many Jokes, Wordplay, Puns, and References from he original Japanese don't translate in the slightest to English. Subbed anime usually have Translator's Notes at the top to explain these, but you won't find them in Dubbed.
3) If you are trying to learn Japanese, watching in Subbed is good practice.
4) If you're like me, you will eventually get so used to the subs that you no longer see them, nor hear the Japanese. You will instead hear the Japanese Voice Actors speaking in English.
5) Watching Subbed anime will improve your speed-reading skills.
6) Dubs come out much later than the Sub, so there will be more to watch of Subbed anime, rather than dubbed.
7) Many, MANY series NEVER get dubbed. Ever.
#126 - bannanpojk (09/10/2012) [-]
I prefer subbed because the voice actors in the original are often better.
Even though I can't understand them, I can understand the emotions they are trying to convey.
#178 - grogovic (09/10/2012) [-]
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Original voice, emotions, lip synch., words that has been used in manga gets used in the anime without changing and the most important of all, you get to watch the anime SUBBED before your brother, because RAW> SUBBED> DUBBED.
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User avatar #1 - kotonohakatsura (09/09/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Kill your brother.
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User avatar #182 - badmonkey (09/10/2012) [-]
In Japan voice actors are chosen very carefully to suit each specific character, and since the animations are usually timed precisely for the Japanese line delivered, it feels so much more natural
User avatar #115 - CptSoapMacTavish (09/10/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I would enjoy dubbed anime if most of the english voice actors didn't sound like they were reciting the list of groceries they bought the other day when they're in the middle of an argument.

There are some exceptions to the rule, but the english voice actors just sound so bad at times.
User avatar #219 - infinitereaper (09/10/2012) [+] (1 reply)
The Japs have some of the best voice acting in the world
(Unless it's any other language than Japanese then it's usually goddamn awful)
A few Dubs are good enough to be watched, some even better than the original
Cowboy Bebop and Hetalia are good examples.
It's not your fault your brother reads so slow, maybe he's retarded
Besides you begin to pick up on the language after hearing and reading so much
Not much, a few words, a few phrases, you begin to notice the language structure,
like the placement of nouns given before the description or verbs for them
If you really wanted to you might even be able to learn it
Other people might call you a Weaboo but you get the last laugh when you put
bilingual on your resume and you can even watch RAWS
#200 - lordketchup (09/10/2012) [+] (3 replies)
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=GU3Gg696yrM

Yeah.. dubs are much better..
User avatar #156 - killertpu (09/10/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I hate dubbed anime I cant handle the English voicing, it drives me ******* nuts and the Japanese voices (for me anyway) seem more in-tune with their characters
#246 - jalthelas (09/10/2012) [-]
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User avatar #150 - syis (09/10/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Dubbed things just lose so much in the process.
Subtitles are for the elite.
Sorry about your dumb brother.
#133 - sjakk (09/10/2012) [+] (3 replies)
wow. dubbed anime sucks 						*******					 						****					.   
   
   
i just cant stand it. the voices in death note are freaking awesome in japanese and i just tried to watch a dubbed clip and i just combusted in thin air..only anime which i have watched dubbed is dragon ball cus gokus voice sounds pretty 						******					 in japanese but its just so over the top cheesy in english, one piece should be watched with subs no matter what
wow. dubbed anime sucks ******* **** .


i just cant stand it. the voices in death note are freaking awesome in japanese and i just tried to watch a dubbed clip and i just combusted in thin air..only anime which i have watched dubbed is dragon ball cus gokus voice sounds pretty ****** in japanese but its just so over the top cheesy in english, one piece should be watched with subs no matter what
#122 - dantemp (09/10/2012) [+] (2 replies)
no
no
no
Just no.

The only reason to not watch something with its original voice actors (stretching it to normal movies) is because you're like my 14 y. o. brother. HE CAN"T READ FAST ENOUGH.
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User avatar #193 - LaBarata (09/10/2012) [-]
Except the dubbed voice acting is so bad for the most part you'd rather gouge out your eardrums with a pointy stick.
#53 - thegringotaco (09/10/2012) [-]
the only anime that i ever liked better dubbed was full metal alchemist
#114 - Cyrogen (09/10/2012) [-]
I originally got into anime via dubs, but there were a number of things I wanted to watch that weren't dubbed at the time so I started grabbing subs.

Now it's impossible to go back to dubs, the difference for most series between the original voices and the English voices is just too great.

There's a few things that I want to watch that aren't subbed either. Last week I started listening to "learn Japanese" mp3's on my way to & from work. One day you guys may be reading my subs, so wish me luck :)
User avatar #61 - zraxx (09/10/2012) [-]
THIS is why subbed is better, because they can't capture moments like this properly

www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Bf0aYBk0OQ
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