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  79. The cast is SUPER HYPED! They really got the apathetic sound down pat for Saitama and even the villains don't sound like shitty voice actors.
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  81. Vaccine Man then transforms himself into a giant monstrosity, and Saitama proceeds to kill him with a single punch, after which he screams in frustration at his own strength. As it is about to kill a young girl, Saitama arrives and saves her. It's finally coming to the West on Adult Swim's Toonami — and it's coming very soon.
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  83. One Punch Man Episode 1 - I really can't fathom how someone could prefer a dub. Dragon Ball certainly never would have become the worldwide phenomenon it did without dubs, and you can argue that anime in general would've barely made it in the world outside of Japan without it.
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  85. The viral Japanese webcomic and manga One Punch Man was finally turned into an excellent, frequently ludicrous anime by Madhouse last year, and it was a brilliant take on. It's finally coming to the West on Adult Swim's Toonami — and it's coming very soon. A surprise announcement at Anime Expo this weekend, the English dub of the show — which follows the laid-back superhero Saitama, who protects the City of Z from crazy villains and gigantic monsters with his ability to defeat any opponent in a single punch — is coming to the Toonami programming block in just a couple of weeks, debuting in the US at midnight on July 16. The English cast of the show was also revealed at Anime Expo, with Max Mittelman playing the titular one punch man, Saitama, and joined by Zach Aguilar Genos , Erik Scott Kimerer Speed O'Sound Sonic and Robbie Daymond Mumen Rider. You can hear some of them in action in the trailer above. Announced at the Toonami panel, ONE PUNCH MAN is coming to TV July 16! The cast is SUPER HYPED! Hopefully Australian distribution will soon follow. Honestly, having listened to the trailer I'm getting the feeling this will be one of those exceptions too. They really got the apathetic sound down pat for Saitama and even the villains don't sound like shitty voice actors. Well, 98% of the time, anyway. Those guys are awesome. And Johnny Yong Bosch in all his animoo. Now we can experience the joys of having all the lines butchered into a flat, monotonous tone, have slighty effeminate male characters just outright voiced as female, and enjoy the tweaks of parts that simply don't translate into english being changed in a way that completely alters, for the worse, what was meant to be conveyed. Some dubs have been alright, admittedly, but one has to ask the question - why? The only people who benefit from a dub are those who can't read above a fourth grade level. And even then, I'd still encourage them towards the sub since it will help improve reading speed and vocabulary. But it looses so much in doing so that the negatives undeniably far outweigh the sole benefit of a dub - not having to read. Imagine watching the Simpsons dubbed into french. The only possible way for a dub to exist without all the negatives would be if the translations were done by the original author, and the voice actors chosen by the original producer too. But even then, some things are simply untranslatable in a manner that doesn't change or remove an aspect of the original. I really can't fathom how someone could prefer a dub. So long as you can read fast enough to be in sync with the char talking, after a bit of focus you forget you aren't even hearing it in English. Blind people are about the only group that have a valid reason to need a dub. There are certainly some bad dubs out there anything 4Kids or Tokyopop can die in a fire , but there's also good dubs as well, just as with any other form of adapted media. Dragon Ball certainly never would have become the worldwide phenomenon it did without dubs, and you can argue that anime in general would've barely made it in the world outside of Japan without it. And while it can be frustrating to find them using female voices for effeminate male characters and vice versa, Japan isn't exactly free of this practice either. And while Goku is of course a bit childish, there's a big difference between being childish and sounding like a child. Women voicing children is actually pretty common practice for animated media, as I'm sure you're aware. With the issue of males going through puberty in their teens and having their voice change, generally it's easier to use a female voice actor for these roles so their voice won't change mid-show. And finally, if you're going to make the argument that watching anime subbed is the more 'correct' way to do it, why stop there? Shouldn't everyone who wants to watch anime do it by learning Japanese first? Surely doing that is going to give a much more pure experience than reading what people have adapted into English. While I agree that learning japanese is going to be the most correct way of viewing, it's also very time consuming and could be considered excessive just to watch a movie. Reading subs is something anyone should be able to do with little to no effort. This isn't really limited to anime - I often watch movies in French, Korean, Chinese, German, and several other languages. Learning all those languages would be close to impossible for most. Hearing any of those dubbed simply wouldn't work, and would be detrimental to the movie as a whole. If people want a dub then that's their perogative. But the negatives it introduces just seem to far outweigh the sole benefit of not having to read or be constantly staring at the tv. To give an example i hate the Japanese Goku - far too feminine, but love the English dub Goku. I also think it depends on where you were exposed to it first - again DBZ being an example, due to being exposed to the English dubs on cheez tv long before any of us watched anime makes people partial to the English version.
  86. Hopefully Australian distribution will soon follow. The English cast of the show was also revealed at Anime Expo, with Max Mittelman playing the titular one punch man, Saitama, and joined by Zach Aguilar GenosErik Scott Kimerer Speed O'Sound Sonic and Robbie Daymond Mumen Rider. They really got the apathetic sound down pat for Saitama and even the villains don't sound like shitty voice actors. Reading subs is something anyone should be able to do with little to no effort. This isn't really limited to anime - I often watch movies in Fub, Korean, Chinese, German, and several other languages. And finally, if you're going to make the argument that watching anime subbed is the more 'correct' way to do it, why stop there. Some dubs have been alright, admittedly, but one has to ask the question - why. And while Goku is of el a bit childish, there's a big difference between being childish and sounding like a child.
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