>"fluent in English"
>speaks horrible engrish
The problem is, the right way to do it would be to cast a russian girl who speaks Japanese and English fluently. Good luck finding one
I never understood why Japan doesn't just use foreign voice actors who speak Japanese for foreign characters. The English/whatever would be good, and the Japanese would sound realistically foreign instead of being flawless as it always ends up being.
>But when they try to make Japanese actors pretend they have a foreign accent when speaking Japanese, we get Kate. You wouldn't want to get rid of SHOU NAN DESS KAR, right?
Bitch Sensei a shit.
Where's my Ika Musume-Tier English teacher?
They don't have assassination classrooms. They have assassination planets.
Probably pretty well versus most ground units. Most of the exaggeration in 40K comes from the sheer strength and survivability of many units, so korosensei would have no issue taking down a space marine or ork boy.
like >>121016782 says, the difficulty comes from the magical and psychological parts. I have no idea what a psyker could do to him, but I wouldn't bet he would turn out fine. Seeing as he has a weakness for women, at least to a degree, a slaneeshi demon could certainly get close enough to take him down.
>foreign voice actors who speak Japanese
Japanese cartoons are made by Japanese, for Japanese. It's more strange that Hollywood usually has everyone speak English
or not since the burgers wouldn't be able to watch it, if they had to read.
Plenty of Japanese VA's are actually fluent in English or some other language. They're supposedly asked to purposefully worsen their pronunciation because most Japanese can only comprehend that kind of shit-tier English.
Black arts does seem to affect him.
Still not as bad as making an actual American who is a Japanese citizen (I believe) speak broken english despite the fact he speaks it perfectly.
So far the only show that did the "foreigner who can speak English properly" is Cindy from Ikamusume.
>total male: 458
>total female: 878
I just noticed that it's not just Karma. Two-thirds of the voters for the whole poll were female. Is this just the poll, or are Japanese guys not interested in AssClass?
It mostly seems to be girls who interested in AssClass in the west, too.
Seriously, every female anime fan that I've ever known reads it, while only a few guys do.
It's probably Koro. Girls tend to like those kinds of designs, while guys tend to take it as a sign that the work is geared towards girls.
1: They are rare
2: It's expensive
3: Fuck foreigners*
*Anime and Manga isn't typically made for them, and the audience it is made for is more ignorant than not of none-Japanese material, so getting foreign things right basically just becomes a matter of showing off the length of one's dick.
That's fairly common. Another problem with hiring people who speak Japanese and English very well is that the people whjo write the lines don't really understand other languages, and voice actors have little say in the content of their lines.
In short, you can speak perfect English, but if the person who wrote your lines wrote shit English, you are stuck with speaking shit English.
Well that's quite bullshit.
Why not just do it like KnB?
When they spoke english, they just put japanese subs.
Doesn't seem unusual in other countries either when someone speaks a foreign language.
>people thinking that only autists would question this
>people thinking that this is dependent on believing that they're the target audience
If Japanese watched an American work with horrible Japanese, their message boards would be flooded with "ow, my ears", "terrible Japanese", "is this supposed to be fluent", and "how hard is it to learn basic Japanese grammar and pronunciation before utilizing Japanese", too.
It's a natural reaction to incomprehensible shit being portrayed as anything but incomprehensible shit.
It's also undeniably pretty lazy and/or unintellectual on the parts of the staff. Doing it wrong deliberately is what you call "treating the audience like morons".
Thats just imitated from the manga. A copy-paste, no effort there.
Getting a VA who speaks perfect english would take time, money and limit their VA choices. We could be complaining about a perfect pronunciation and a shit voice instead. Simply nor worth it for them.
Dat feel when the best french in anime is chaika saying mwee because it sound like "oui".
>everyone says gran kūtrier
They could pull any white person off the street in Japan and it would be better.
Even if they don't speak english.
And since she's not even english, it'd been fine or as expected of a woman that knows many languages.
The japanese tongue is not trained well enough to speak like a white person.
Either know how to speak a bit of english, or don't do it. One week of some jap bitch cramming the sentence "You were incredible in bed" doesn't cut it.
Some of the worst engrish I've heard in a while.
If you rolled over and the bitch said "Yuu wah enkredahbeh en beh" You'd think, good lord I just had sex with a retarded woman.
Since you obviously don't know the context, I'll assume that shonen manga and their adaptations aren't your cup of tea, because Assassination Classroom is pretty decent.
But yeah, that life was appalling. I laughed because of the absurdity of the lesson, the actual Engrish was disgusting.
>The japanese tongue is not trained well enough to speak like a white person.
There's no such thing as language blood. And white people speak all kinds of incompatible languages. In short this line makes no fucking sense.
>flying voice actors in
>needing to be physically present in order to do voice acting
I mean sure, it would be a bit hard logistics wise in order to record, and find talent, but come on.
Nah, its training from a young age NOT to be able to say certain sounds correctly. If you never use a TH sound (For example, its not used in Korean I believe) when you were a kid, the tongue is unable to properly form the motions. Its extremely difficult to teach an adult to use a sound they've never used before. Possible, but it takes a LOT of practice on their part. Tutoring dozens of different japanese/korean people trying to learn english has taught me not to try to correct pronunciation as much as grammar