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Latin American Super Dub Thread

Post by Cure Dragon 255 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:00 pm

YES! YES! YES! YES!

I cant wait for the dub!

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Post by Grimlock » Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:29 pm

I think that leaves Brazil as the only country that isn't confirmed to get Dragon Ball Super yet right? Don't remember if Argentina already has it.

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Post by Cure Dragon 255 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:33 pm

"Facepalm". You DO know Argentina is in Latin America do you?
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Post by Alee9977 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:34 pm

I updated my post and didn't see this one lol
Grimlock wrote:I think that leaves Brazil as the only country that isn't confirmed to get Dragon Ball Super yet right? Don't remember if Argentina already has it.
Argentina is part of Latin America, we all have the same dub.
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Post by Avok » Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:28 pm

They've been teasing it for more than a year now, I think. :? At this point I don't even care until they announce the air date.

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Post by Grimlock » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:17 pm

Alee9977 wrote:Argentina is part of Latin America, we all have the same dub.
I see. It's missing just Brazil then.

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Post by SaintEvolution » Tue Feb 14, 2017 4:31 pm

Grimlock wrote:I think that leaves Brazil as the only country that isn't confirmed to get Dragon Ball Super yet right? Don't remember if Argentina already has it.
Well, counting all the big western anime markets, Brazil and Germany are the only two countries that doesn't have a dub for Dragon Ball Super in process yet.

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Post by YonedgeHP » Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:33 pm

I only hope that Lalo Garza won't be the director of the dub, he's too much lousy with his idioms and the same mediocre translations/scripts. No offense.
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Post by Tian » Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:13 pm

YonedgeHP wrote:I only hope that Lalo Garza won't be the director of the dub, he's too much lousy with his idioms and the same mediocre translations/scripts. No offense.
It's too late, he'll be the voice director :(
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Post by perucho1990 » Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:43 pm

YonedgeHP wrote:I only hope that Lalo Garza won't be the director of the dub, he's too much lousy with his idioms and the same mediocre translations/scripts. No offense.
Z spanish dub while considered a great dub, it had couple of screwups during some scenes.

For example, when Tao Pai Pai sees Goku again, he says I'm..confused, instead of saying Damn it, because the original script Tao says shimata (oh shit), which kinda ruins the joke.

As long as its better than the original Saint Seiya Dub and doesnt have stuff like Junini and overcomplicated dialogue, then it should be fine.
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Post by Cure Dragon 255 » Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:44 pm

Shimata is not shit.
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Post by YonedgeHP » Tue Feb 14, 2017 8:53 pm

Cure Dragon 255 wrote:Shimata is not shit.
Right, "Kuso" and other synonyms yes.
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Post by Tian » Tue Feb 14, 2017 9:06 pm

Grimlock wrote: I see. It's missing just Brazil then.
I just hope Wendel Bezerra (Goku's VA) convince the guys from Toei to dub Super in his own studio, Unidub (the same studio where BoG and RoF were dubbed).
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Post by Gafonso6 » Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:38 am

Tian wrote:
Grimlock wrote: I see. It's missing just Brazil then.
I just hope Wendel Bezerra (Goku's VA) convince the guys from Toei to dub Super in his own studio, Unidub (the same studio where BoG and RoF were dubbed).
Form what I've seen a lot of brazilian fans are scaed that won't happen because all of the most recent anime dubs have been going to Rio de Janeiro, while Wendel Bezerra's studio is in São Paulo if I'm not mistaken.
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Post by SaintEvolution » Wed Feb 15, 2017 2:24 pm

Gafonso6 wrote:
Tian wrote:
Grimlock wrote: I see. It's missing just Brazil then.
I just hope Wendel Bezerra (Goku's VA) convince the guys from Toei to dub Super in his own studio, Unidub (the same studio where BoG and RoF were dubbed).
Form what I've seen a lot of brazilian fans are scaed that won't happen because all of the most recent anime dubs have been going to Rio de Janeiro, while Wendel Bezerra's studio is in São Paulo if I'm not mistaken.
Actually that happened only with Pokemon and not with all recent brazilian anime dubs. Pokemon had 18 seasons dubbed in São Paulo since 1999 with almost the same cast for the main characters, but in XY&Z they moved the dub from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro with an entire different cast.
Actually, the first 3 Pokemon movies were dubbed in Rio de Janeiro in 2000-2002, but the original cast from São Paulo travelled to Rio and did their roles there, but since XY&Z was dubbed in a different studio in recently, they replaced everyone from the original cast.
That happened because Fábio Lucindo(Brazilian Ash, and also Brazilian Krillin too) moved to Portugal to study on Coimbra college. He was recording Ash's lines in the recent seasons in a SDI Media branch in Lisboa; but that seemed to be an expensive thing to Pokemon Company, so they wanted initially to change only him, but all the rest of cast and many fans around Brazil protested about this, including an online petition with 1 million of signatures was directioned for Pokemon Company to not replace Lucindo on Ash's role.
So, instead of only replace Fábio Lucindo, they decided to replace... everybody. And they did it.

However, that will not happen with Dragon Ball Super. What happened with Pokemon was a stupid and greedy decision from Pokemon Company and SDI Media; Toei Animation had made stupid decisions for Latin American and Brazilian markets in the past(One Piece, Dragon Ball Kai), but they will not do something so dumb and stupid with DBS as what happened with Pokemon in Brazil.

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Post by Gafonso6 » Wed Feb 15, 2017 2:31 pm

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Gafonso6 wrote:
Tian wrote:
I just hope Wendel Bezerra (Goku's VA) convince the guys from Toei to dub Super in his own studio, Unidub (the same studio where BoG and RoF were dubbed).
Form what I've seen a lot of brazilian fans are scaed that won't happen because all of the most recent anime dubs have been going to Rio de Janeiro, while Wendel Bezerra's studio is in São Paulo if I'm not mistaken.
Actually that happened only with Pokemon and not with all recent brazilian anime dubs. Pokemon had 18 seasons dubbed in São Paulo since 1999 with almost the same cast for the main characters, but in XY&Z they moved the dub from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro with an entire different cast.
Actually, the first 3 Pokemon movies were dubbed in Rio de Janeiro in 2000-2002, but the original cast from São Paulo travelled to Rio and did their roles there, but since XY&Z was dubbed in a different studio in recently, they replaced everyone from the original cast.
That happened because Fábio Lucindo(Brazilian Ash, and also Brazilian Krillin too) moved to Portugal to study on Coimbra college. He was recording Ash's lines in the recent seasons in a SDI Media branch in Lisboa; but that seemed to be an expensive thing to Pokemon Company, so they wanted initially to change only him, but all the rest of cast and many fans around Brazil protested about this, including an online petition with 1 million of signatures was directioned for Pokemon Company to not replace Lucindo on Ash's role.
So, instead of only replace Fábio Lucindo, they decided to replace... everybody. And they did it.

However, that will not happen with Dragon Ball Super. What happened with Pokemon was a stupid and greedy decision from Pokemon Company and SDI Media; Toei Animation had made stupid decisions for Latin American and Brazilian markets in the past(One Piece, Dragon Ball Kai), but they will not do something so dumb and stupid with DBS as what happened with Pokemon in Brazil.
Let's hope that doesn't happen to you guys. I'm enjoying my Portuguese DBS dub so I hope you guys can enjoy yours when you eventually get it.
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Post by Tian » Wed Feb 15, 2017 10:41 pm

I'm a bit worried about who Lalo Garza will cast as Zamasu because the guy is known for his nepotism and black list of VAs :thumbdown: (the actor who don't get along well with him). I hope he casts either Manuel Campuzano, Rolando de la Fuente or José Antonio Macías because they are great choices for Zamasu. :)
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Post by Cure Dragon 255 » Wed Feb 15, 2017 10:55 pm

I doubt Lalo Garza will cast himself as Zamasu, because he is Krillin already and hate him or not he knows that wouldnt be kosher. He could cast one of his friends and that worries me.

Also. where has it been confirmed that Lalo Garza will direct? He hasnt said anything on his twitter, and ANMTVLA hasnt said anything either.
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Post by Tian » Wed Feb 15, 2017 10:59 pm

Cure Dragon 255 wrote:I doubt Lalo Garza will cast himself as Zamasu, because he is Krillin already and hate him or not he knows that wouldnt be kosher. He could cast one of his friends and that worries me.

Also. where has it been confirmed that Lalo Garza will direct? He hasnt said anything on his twitter, and ANMTVLA hasnt said anything either.
Some guys at ANMTVLA commented he was chosen as the director but I just checked Doblaje Wikia (where I'm user) and it seems it was rumour, I feel stupid for believing that. :oops: that means we still have hope to get Luis Alfonso Mendoza as the director.
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