Prepare your anus boys, best news of the day
Because Cross Ange's badness made it entertaining, and a low-quality, half-assed texas dub can only make it worse, which consequently has the potential to make it even more entertaining.
It has to be at least half as bad as Bible Black's. Not gonna bother otherwise.
>Slated to air a Psycho Pass wannabe nobody is going to remember at most a couple months after it ends
>not Psycho Pass itself
I seriously hope that irrelevant garbage block gets shitcanned again.
Oh god I can only imagine
>Tusk voiced by a woman
>Hilda by a sassy black girl
>all of the insert songs are dubbed over by drunken karaoke of the dub voices singing in broken japanese.
>Sentai Filmworks is dubbing it
Which reminds me, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki kun is getting a dub by the same company too.
It'd be pretty amazing if everyone had southern accents
>visiting friend who's in the town after some time
>he's watching naruto fandub from this website he does
>sasuke is pronounced as "saucy-kay" or "sauce-kay"
>sakura is pronounced as "zzza-gura"
>naruto is pronounced as "naduto"
Dubs never again
>Sentai Filmworks will also release subtitle-only Blu-ray and DVDs for Wake Up, Girls! and Love Stage!!, as well as a Blu-ray edition of And Yet the Town Moves in June.
Subs only. Best news ever.
I personally didn't think it was boring, so much as a show that can't be marathoned. Took me about a month to finish the 20 odd episodes but I enjoyed almost all of it. If all else fails just watching the compilations is pretty great and more or less gives you the same experience.
What did it TRIGGER YOU
DOES ALL THIS TRGGER YOU TOO
9/11 WAS AN INSIDE JOB
MODERN FEMINISM WAS A MISTAKE
BLACK PEOPLE COMMIT MORE CRIMES THAN WHITE PEOPLE
GLASSLIP WAS A GOOD SHOW
"Offensively". Kiss an ass.
The difference is that Sentai's in Houston while Funimation's in flower Mound. Funimation is just a test to see how much worth their "actors" have.
If they've got a flicker of potential in them, they move to California to work with Aniplex, Square Enix, and American cartoons (Vic McEggnog, Troy Baker, Todd Haberkorn)
If they're shit as a good portion of their roster is, they stick with Funimation and, even worse, do some voice work for Sentai.
Hori's gonna sound so fucking retarded.
Everyone's going to sound so fucking retarded.
Why do I want to do this shit anyway? I'm just gonna sound fucking retarded.
>Light of the beginning~, kirari kirari~
>Light of the ennnnd, lulalalila~
>only show I've heard it's picking up lately is Dimension W
Not even sure how that is a Psycho Pass wannabe. Only thing that has made me think of it so far was something resembling one of its QUALITY scenes.
the reaction to the first episode is going to be fucking amazing
Next stop: Episode 20.
>We will never watch normas arriving to the destroyed human world and saving their lives.
Why that relic of the early 90's still exists?
I'm not going to deny that those blocks were a godsend 15-20 years ago, when they were the only way to watch anime, but we're in the age of internet. Now you can watch anything you want when you want, and I'm not just talking about anime.
genuinely enjoy watching /co/ react to anime
>Red Data Girl
for what reason?
I honestly didn't find it that bad. It's almost like they did a good job writing the text and acting. The voices are okay for some characters too. It's just weird because it's in English.
Because there's a demand for it.
Older fans want some way to watch anime on their tv instead of searching around the internet for torrents or paying an extra subscription for an anime-only streaming service. It's just a way of integrating one kind of show that they like into their general tv watching experience. You might as well ask why tv still exists in the age of internet.
Plus, a block of entry-level dubbed anime on western television is how new people get introduced to the medium. People don't go out of their way to search for things like this when they're unfamiliar with it, and when they do they usually stumble on the alienating things that chase entry-level interests away before they find something that they'd like. TV is easy and convenient spoonfeeding of something bland and palatable to the masses, who can then 'get into it' in whatever way they choose and at whatever pace they choose. Most of /a/ probably had their interest in anime inspired by some dub they watched on public tv when they were a kid.