Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

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Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

Postby Cure Dragon 255 » Wed May 21, 2014 10:10 pm

I know the fact that it was going to be dubbed was a no brainer, but I'll put this here for the curious! " ;)

http://www.anmtvla.com/2014/05/dragon-b ... -saga.html


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Re: Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

Postby TheBlackPaladin » Wed May 21, 2014 11:02 pm

Cure Dragon 255 wrote:I know the fact that it was going to be dubbed was a no brainer, but I'll put this here for the curious! " ;)

http://www.anmtvla.com/2014/05/dragon-b ... -saga.html


Cool! And interesting that it has been officially announced before the English dub. I wonder if this means that the Latino Spanish dub of the Buu saga of Kai will be using the original Japanese version as its main reference (rather than the earlier sagas, which were for all intents and purposes a Spanish dub of the English dub; scripts, Nicktoons-edited footage and all).

Any word on whether or not the original Latino Spanish DBZ cast will be back, since they came back for the Latino Spanish dub of BoG?
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Postby TheRed259 » Fri May 23, 2014 4:14 pm

Awesome news! Can't wait to see Andrés Gutiérrez Coto as Vegeta once again!

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Postby dbboxkaifan » Fri May 23, 2014 5:23 pm

At least this time there's no NickToons version to screw it up like it happened before with it.

It'd be awesome Mario Castañeda would voice Goku this time around but it might not happen, although fans would want him too.
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Re: Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

Postby TheBlackPaladin » Fri May 23, 2014 8:54 pm

dbboxkaifan wrote:At least this time there's no NickToons version to screw it up like it happened before with it.


So wait, do we know for a fact that it won't be based on the NickToons version? I don't speak Spanish well enough to determine that from the article. Unless the article says otherwise, I was going to assume that it will still be based on the NickToons version.
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Postby UltimateHammerBro » Sat May 24, 2014 5:36 am

I've read the article and it doesn't say anything about which version it'll be dubbed from.

Does anyone have the source of Toei confirming that Lat.Am. will receive it? I've found very few sites talking about it (namely two in Spanish and one in English apart from this topic). What's more, in the only English site I found, it says this:
Toei Animation has confirmed that the new episodes of Dragon Ball Kai will be making their way to Latin America and it will be using the same dub cast used in the latest Dragon Ball Z movie, Battle of Gods.

But that piece of information is missing from the Spanish-language news. Does Toei ever get into saying who's going to dub a series in another country/region, when sometimes it takes months to know after the license is announced?

So yeah, until I read the Toei source (doesn't matter if it's in Japanese), I'm going to find it EXTREMELY HARD to believe it. How many times have Latin American media said that there would be a new DBZ series specifically for the Latin American market, that there would be a new movie sequel to "Battle of Gods" because Toei had taken into account the great success in Mexico, that Toei would supposedly be confirming the Mexican cast even before the Japanese cast...? Come on.
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Postby garnetjester » Mon Jun 16, 2014 5:44 am

lol that is so ridiculous, I can't even. I imagine it will keep the same actors from the previous Kai seasons, because IIRC the original ones were too expensive to hire now.
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Postby kei17 » Mon Jun 16, 2014 6:42 am

No offense, but I make a point of not believing any news about Dragon Ball from Latin America until I see it actually coming out.
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Postby Valerius Dover » Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:04 am

Wait, so the Latin American dub was edited only? Or do they also have uncut DVDs?
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Re: Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

Postby TheBlackPaladin » Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:12 pm

Valerius Dover wrote:Wait, so the Latin American dub was edited only? Or do they also have uncut DVDs?


The Kai Latin American dub was edited only, yes. They got the Nicktoons footage and even based their dub's script on the script of the Nicktoons-edited English dub...heck, they even kept the English Nicktoons episode title cards. Dub director Irwin Daayan tried to soften the blow wherever possible by replacing words and pronunciations unique to the English dub with the words and pronunciations of the original Latin American dub of DBZ (for example, changing all instances of "Spirit Bomb" back to "Genki Dama," "Say-in" to "Saiyajin," etc.), but that only did so much to calm angry audiences down.

They do have a DVD release as I understand it, but it's identical to what aired on Latin American TV.
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Re: Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

Postby Valerius Dover » Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:15 pm

Wow, that really sucks. A lot of fans really don't realize how good we have it. Well, for this series. I weep for every video game adaptation anime. :(

I asked a similar question before, but I wonder which versions in the rest of the world are uncut and which ones are edited.
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Re: Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

Postby TheBlackPaladin » Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:31 pm

Valerius Dover wrote:Wow, that really sucks. A lot of fans really don't realize how good we have it. Well, for this series. I weep for every video game adaptation anime. :(

I asked a similar question before, but I wonder which versions in the rest of the world are uncut and which ones are edited.


Well, for that we may need to define "edited." Because in some cases, like Portugal, they didn't get a dub of Kai, they just televised the original Japanese version with Portuguese subtitles. It was visually uncut, but for the first half of the show,* the Portuguese subtitles were--oddly enough--translating the uncut English dub's script, rather than the original Japanese script. So, technically, that may count as an edited airing, depending how you look at it.

*They later got a new translator who accurately translated the original Japanese dialogue.

So with that in mind, I know the Latino Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese dubs are edited and received the Nicktoons version for dubbing purposes. Portugal, as I mentioned, was kind of edited.

When it comes to uncut airings, France had an edited TV dub and an uncut home video release dub, as well as a televised airing of the original Japanese version with French subtitles...in all of these cases, France's version didn't appear to be based on the Nicktoons-edited English dub or the uncut English dub.
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Re: Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

Postby Valerius Dover » Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:35 pm

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Valerius Dover wrote:Wow, that really sucks. A lot of fans really don't realize how good we have it. Well, for this series. I weep for every video game adaptation anime. :(

I asked a similar question before, but I wonder which versions in the rest of the world are uncut and which ones are edited.


Well, for that we may need to define "edited." Because in some cases, like Portugal, they didn't get a dub of Kai, they just televised the original Japanese version with Portuguese subtitles. It was visually uncut, but for the first half of the show,* the Portuguese subtitles were--oddly enough--translating the uncut English dub's script, rather than the original Japanese script. So, technically, that may count as an edited airing, depending how you look at it.

*They later got a new translator who accurately translated the original Japanese dialogue.

So with that in mind, I know the Latino Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese dubs are edited and received the Nicktoons version for dubbing purposes. Portugal, as I mentioned, was kind of edited.

When it comes to uncut airings, France had an edited TV dub and an uncut home video release dub, as well as a televised airing of the original Japanese version with French subtitles...in all of these cases, France's version didn't appear to be based on the Nicktoons-edited English dub or the uncut English dub.


Ok, so we're not the only ones. :D
So, does anyone know when this is happening? We've gotten a few answers from the recent Korean airing, but hopefully the more widespread Latin one should give us more insight on this International Version.
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Postby mcdonough88 » Wed Jun 18, 2014 1:18 pm

I wonder if they'll use the awful 'Z Kai' dub or the original voices...

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Postby Puto » Wed Jun 18, 2014 2:35 pm

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Valerius Dover wrote:Wow, that really sucks. A lot of fans really don't realize how good we have it. Well, for this series. I weep for every video game adaptation anime. :(

I asked a similar question before, but I wonder which versions in the rest of the world are uncut and which ones are edited.


Well, for that we may need to define "edited." Because in some cases, like Portugal, they didn't get a dub of Kai, they just televised the original Japanese version with Portuguese subtitles. It was visually uncut, but for the first half of the show,* the Portuguese subtitles were--oddly enough--translating the uncut English dub's script, rather than the original Japanese script. So, technically, that may count as an edited airing, depending how you look at it.

We also didn't get the EDs, except in the very last episode, and the part of the episode previews with newly drawn animation of Goku panning towards the temple at the start was removed.
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Postby sangofe » Sat Jun 21, 2014 1:02 pm

TheBlackPaladin wrote:
Valerius Dover wrote:Wow, that really sucks. A lot of fans really don't realize how good we have it. Well, for this series. I weep for every video game adaptation anime. :(

I asked a similar question before, but I wonder which versions in the rest of the world are uncut and which ones are edited.


Well, for that we may need to define "edited." Because in some cases, like Portugal, they didn't get a dub of Kai, they just televised the original Japanese version with Portuguese subtitles. It was visually uncut, but for the first half of the show,* the Portuguese subtitles were--oddly enough--translating the uncut English dub's script, rather than the original Japanese script. So, technically, that may count as an edited airing, depending how you look at it.

*They later got a new translator who accurately translated the original Japanese dialogue.

So with that in mind, I know the Latino Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese dubs are edited and received the Nicktoons version for dubbing purposes. Portugal, as I mentioned, was kind of edited.

When it comes to uncut airings, France had an edited TV dub and an uncut home video release dub, as well as a televised airing of the original Japanese version with French subtitles...in all of these cases, France's version didn't appear to be based on the Nicktoons-edited English dub or the uncut English dub.


Actually, France broadcasted both versions of the dubs, and the sub.

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Postby TheRed259 » Sun Sep 13, 2015 8:01 am

Mario Castañeda is going to play Goku in the Buu arc of Kai? :o
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Postby Cure Dragon 255 » Sun Sep 13, 2015 4:53 pm

He explicitly said "No, unless they redub the first half of Kai" which is simply not going to happen.


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Postby danielsan_190196 » Sun Sep 13, 2015 6:39 pm

Cure Dragon 255 wrote:He explicitly said "No, unless they redub the first half of Kai" which is simply not going to happen.


But if they're preparing a redub for a digital release (maybe Netflix)?

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Re: Buu Saga is coming to Latin America

Postby danielsan_190196 » Tue Feb 09, 2016 1:32 pm

Mario Castañeda will return as Goku! :clap: :clap:

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