seiyuu most likely to enjoy a good spanking is...???
You all failed her
You just needed to tell her everything was going to be daijobu.
but nothing was going to be daijoubu. the second she fully committed to a career of vapid idol bullshit and catering to virgin sperglord otaku, her personal future was doomed.
Loving you Imai!
>No more Sumpie tweets.
Why do things always gotta end like this?
you know what, you're right. higurashi was the first show that made me actually notice the effort of the voice actors behind the show. yukarin's next episode previews were godly. i should have hopped over two continents to tell her in person that she and nakahara were the GOATs in that show.
Why is it that I still couldn't get enough of her even if the stuff she releases is only slightly repetitive? I liked Bye Bye Blue and "YES" more than Candy Color Pop, though.
that's probably a pretty good call
I can't differentiate any of the female JP seiyuus, they all sound the same to me. Or rather, the same for the archetype that they're voicing. All Tsundere characters always sound the same, all shy/timid girls sound the same, etc.
The only recognizable Japanese voices to me are all male.
Kazuki Yao, Kazuya Nakai, Mamoru Miyano. Those are the kinda voices I'd recognize anywhere.
I feel the same with a lot of it. Is it voice direction or the actor's forcing themselves to sound the same?
Most ara ara's sounds like Belldandy to me.
Sagely old dudes sound similar.
Tall thin weasely archetypes.
What are some JAV actresses that look like popular seiyuu?
She announced on the Sphere Fes event today she's going to release a "Best of" two-part album aptly named "Sunshine" and "Starlight" and fans get to vote which songs go in. Dunno the URL but it's not like I'm big enough of a Haru-chan fan to buy a "Best of" album.
i disagree but i can see where you're coming from. i'd attribute that to bad writing rather than seiyuu being inept. i'm sure kurosawa tomoyo can do a bunch of archetypes competently enough, but it takes a role like oumae kumiko to bring out her real qualities.
>i'd attribute that to bad writing rather than seiyuu being inept.
I daresay there are quite some seiyuu that are really talented in their line of work but the roles and/or scripts they're given just don't let them shine like they're supposed to, especially if the source material and/or director is shit. Well, that's voice acting for you.