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What Netflix is doing to Animes

Posted by Silver ice, 07 January 2013 · 3446 views

What Netflix is doing to Animes OK I know this is meant to be a longe area and stuff but, resently I have found out that Netflix is slowly yet surely getting rid of anime!!!!!!!!!!!! They have already taken off Claymore, Trigun, and sowly D. Gray-Man! this is a warning to all those who have Netflix!




I never liked any of the anime on Netflix.

They're all horrible dubbed versions, anyway.

So good, lelelel.

I'm not 100% convinced the Netflix is doing this deliberately. They've been having problems with contracts with their suppliers and licencers in general ever since that bizzare rebranding nonsense they tried to pull awhile back. It's entirely possible that it's the licencers and whatnot pulling their support, moving to other services like Redbox, Amazon, or Hulu.

Maybe...

yes they put up dubbed anime it's sickening lol  is it that horrible to read subtitles?  ugh 

yes they put up dubbed anime it's sickening lol  is it that horrible to read subtitles?  ugh 

It could be hard for those who are dyslexic or just not good at reading quickly. But still. I dunno.

Maybe I'm not a huge fan of anime like some people, but are most English dubs as horrible as most people claim?

 

The only problem I really have with dubs is when they change things to make it more appropriate for English audiences. I just never liked that practice.

 

I watch most of my anime with dubs if available, not that I hate using subtitles or hearing other languages, but normally if I want to watch a tv show I want to focus more on the audio and visuals of the show, and since Japanese sounds like gibberish to me, it makes for not that great of an audio experience.

Also I've never found Netflix to be a reliable source of anime.

If they had an anime I was looking for they usually are missing entire parts, which can make viewing aggravating.

Maybe I'm not a huge fan of anime like some people, but are most English dubs as horrible as most people claim?

 

The only problem I really have with dubs is when they change things to make it more appropriate for English audiences. I just never liked that practice.

 

I watch most of my anime with dubs if available, not that I hate using subtitles or hearing other languages, but normally if I want to watch a tv show I want to focus more on the audio and visuals of the show, and since Japanese sounds like gibberish to me, it makes for not that great of an audio experience.

 

Thank you, just...thank you. DUBBED ANIME IS NOT CRAP. It's not like you can speak Japanese anyways, and the actors are pretty much not any better or worse that the originals. "Lucky Star", for example, has an amazing dub.

 

All the anime on Netflix seems kind of bleh anyways, for different reasons. Also, they have no good cartoons. Just crappy Disney sequels.

"Lucky Star", for example, has an amazing dub.

I had honestly dubbed Lucky Star's dub to be one of the worst dubs I've ever heard.

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