Who could have been the best successor to Kikuchi?

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Re: Who could have been the best successor to Kikuchi?

Post by majinwarman » Wed Jan 30, 2019 11:30 pm

I think this movie has shown that Sumitomo is the man of the future. He is not leaving the Dragon Ball anytime soon and enjoys his work. This soundtrack that came out last month was amazing and shows his growth into the role. I think that Dragon Ball music is in good hands and people should back off on Sumitomo.
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Re: Who could have been the best successor to Kikuchi?

Post by JohnnyCashKami » Thu Jan 31, 2019 8:04 am

majinwarman wrote:I think this movie has shown that Sumitomo is the man of the future. He is not leaving the Dragon Ball anytime soon and enjoys his work. This soundtrack that came out last month was amazing and shows his growth into the role. I think that Dragon Ball music is in good hands
It took several tries for Sumitomo to finally get good at composing Dragon Ball music but at long last, he's doing a good job, thank god. Shunsuke Kikuchi, Akihito Tokunaga and Kenji Yamamoto all knew how the vibe of Dragon Ball music was and never had any problems identifying DB tunes.

Sumitomo was like FUNimation, they [FUNi] made crappy dubs endless times but once Kai arrived, they finally got their act together.
majinwarman wrote:people should back off on Sumitomo.
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Re: Who could have been the best successor to Kikuchi?

Post by majinwarman » Fri Feb 01, 2019 11:39 am

JohnnyCashKami wrote:
majinwarman wrote:I think this movie has shown that Sumitomo is the man of the future. He is not leaving the Dragon Ball anytime soon and enjoys his work. This soundtrack that came out last month was amazing and shows his growth into the role. I think that Dragon Ball music is in good hands
It took several tries for Sumitomo to finally get good at composing Dragon Ball music but at long last, he's doing a good job, thank god. Shunsuke Kikuchi, Akihito Tokunaga and Kenji Yamamoto all knew how the vibe of Dragon Ball music was and never had any problems identifying DB tunes.

Sumitomo was like FUNimation, they [FUNi] made crappy dubs endless times but once Kai arrived, they finally got their act together.
majinwarman wrote:people should back off on Sumitomo.
I have enjoyed Sumitomo’s work before Super and I just enjoy seeing him growing into the role and Toei gave him the time to do it. Fans can quick to judge and not understanding the hard transition he had. I’m glad that fans are not in charge of Dragon Ball.
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