Do you like your anime Dubbed or Subbed?

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Pretty self explanatory. I personally like my anime subbed, because the japanese voices sound more natural. Plus it's nice to pick up a bit of Japanese along the way. I've recently seen a dubbed version of Naruto, and it was horrendous..

  • Dec 03, 2005
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Subbed of course

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Lacuslover81

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I depends with me but I don't preferr one of over the I like both dubs and subs.

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Subbed...it preserves the authenicity of anime. That is, if the subs are decent and doesn't mix up characters and is translated properly.

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subbed, it's always fun listening to the real voices ^^.

  • Dec 03, 2005
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depends of the quality of the dub, really... I think that you amy miss a lot by taking time reading the subs so if the dub is decent, dub.If not, a well subbed version is alos good.

  • Dec 03, 2005
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I, personally, am a really fast reader. (I also love reading) It doesn't bother me in the least to read the subs.
I despise dubs with a passion. The voices are 99.9 percent of the time HORRIBLE (ie. Naruto -pats Naruto symthatheticly-) and on the stupid 4kids stuff on TV the take out all the funny stuff.

  • Dec 03, 2005

unicorn2006

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This is a versus thread with little potential for discussion because it's a preference issue. Here are two threads with more interesting topics related to subbing/dubbing:

The truth about dubs.
Loosely Translated...Very Loosely
Maybe even this one: Which is the best way to watch the animes?

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