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New show is coming up next week. It is going to be an Anime Crunch :)
i was kind of sad about he code Geass opening themes to i just got into the theme and then they changed it right away. but i liked both soul eater openings and i liked the second one better.
with the illegal downloading. i am mixed on it. i really think that people should go out and buy the animes they want to watch. This supports the anime industry and the artists that work on anime. but i also think that anime DVDs are way to expensive and that is what causes people to search out illegal downloads. there are companies that are embracing online watching. Funamation has a lot of their animes online which stops people from downloading them illegally. You-tube has allowed other companies to post there animes online also. i think when a company embraces the Internet community then they will see more profit not less. if you watch a whole anime online by Funamation they are able to sell DVDs with stuff that you won't see online which in turn will make people want to got out and buy that DVD. in one of my earlier podcasts i think 3 or 2 i attacked dark horse for not allowing any of there stuff online and praised Funamation for embracing the online community. if watching a anime online and it is never taken down i feel that who ever owns the rights to that anime doesn't mind it being up. i watched all of Eureka seven and soul eater online but i loved them so much i went out and bought the DVDs of them. :) it is hard to find common ground on this topic do you yell at the people watching the anime illegally online or do you go after the people putting it there. when in turn if the people have the means to watch what they want online there is no real harm and those that uploading the animes online bought the animes to begin with. Do they have th right to do what that want with they copies of the animes if they don't make any profit from it? What is your take on this subject?
You don't have to answer the question again if you don't want to. Or if you want you could just comment back with the your Opinion on RAW footage but you don't have to if you don't want to. Thanks for listening to the podcast and i am glad you enjoy it.
I watched the Dub version of Code Geass. it is done really well and i had no problem with any of the voice actors. I have never heard it Subbed so i really can't say weather it is good or not. The best way i decide is if i watch something subbed i should have time to read the subbed text on the screen. If the anime doesn't give me time to read it then i have to watch it dubbed. Bleach annoyed the hell out of me because i they would have the text on the screen of 1 sec and then i never got to the last word in the sentences LOL.
Anyways, Dubbed isn't bad on Code Geass at all.