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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by Cetra » Mon Sep 04, 2017 12:18 pm

I just wrote two messages to Pascal Breuer. Maybe Germany is lucky enough to get the ultimate potential for German Zamasu. I so much hope so. I would even accept a wrong "Zamasoo".
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by Gafonso6 » Mon Sep 04, 2017 12:20 pm

Did you guys get a dubbed opening?
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by emperior » Mon Sep 04, 2017 1:38 pm

Gafonso6 wrote:Did you guys get a dubbed opening?
I will be very surprised if they did. As far as I know no dub has gotten a dubbed opening, so I think that was Toei's decision to have Chozetsu Dynamic (and later it will be Limit x Break) as the only opening everywhere in the world.
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by Cetra » Mon Sep 04, 2017 1:54 pm

emperior wrote:
Gafonso6 wrote:Did you guys get a dubbed opening?
I will be very surprised if they did. As far as I know no dub has gotten a dubbed opening, so I think that was Toei's decision to have Chozetsu Dynamic (and later it will be Limit x Break) as the only opening everywhere in the world.
All Dragon Ball Openings were dubbed before in German.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6S1Yupk77pA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulLm6JCVXuQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ6O4yvgQ3U

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiEY0i1bAK4
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by Gafonso6 » Mon Sep 04, 2017 2:40 pm

emperior wrote:
Gafonso6 wrote:Did you guys get a dubbed opening?
I will be very surprised if they did. As far as I know no dub has gotten a dubbed opening, so I think that was Toei's decision to have Chozetsu Dynamic (and later it will be Limit x Break) as the only opening everywhere in the world.
There have been at least 4 countries with dubbed openings, Latin America (I know it's not a country but it's easier this way), Brazil, Portugal and Israel. LatAm, Israel and Brazil even got the endings dubbed.
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by SaintEvolution » Mon Sep 04, 2017 3:27 pm

Gafonso6 wrote:
emperior wrote:
Gafonso6 wrote:Did you guys get a dubbed opening?
I will be very surprised if they did. As far as I know no dub has gotten a dubbed opening, so I think that was Toei's decision to have Chozetsu Dynamic (and later it will be Limit x Break) as the only opening everywhere in the world.
There have been at least 4 countries with dubbed openings, Latin America (I know it's not a country but it's easier this way), Brazil, Portugal and Israel. LatAm, Israel and Brazil even got the endings dubbed.
And also US and South Korea. US had an "engrish" version for the opening and the endings are being dubbed in english too. South Korea had the opening dubbed, but I don't have informations about the endings.

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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by emperior » Mon Sep 04, 2017 3:29 pm

Gafonso6 wrote:
emperior wrote:
Gafonso6 wrote:Did you guys get a dubbed opening?
I will be very surprised if they did. As far as I know no dub has gotten a dubbed opening, so I think that was Toei's decision to have Chozetsu Dynamic (and later it will be Limit x Break) as the only opening everywhere in the world.
There have been at least 4 countries with dubbed openings, Latin America (I know it's not a country but it's easier this way), Brazil, Portugal and Israel. LatAm, Israel and Brazil even got the endings dubbed.
Oh, I didn't know! My bad, I didn't know and I didn't research on the web before posting.
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by wjbraden » Mon Sep 04, 2017 3:37 pm

SaintEvolution wrote:
Gafonso6 wrote:
emperior wrote: I will be very surprised if they did. As far as I know no dub has gotten a dubbed opening, so I think that was Toei's decision to have Chozetsu Dynamic (and later it will be Limit x Break) as the only opening everywhere in the world.
There have been at least 4 countries with dubbed openings, Latin America (I know it's not a country but it's easier this way), Brazil, Portugal and Israel. LatAm, Israel and Brazil even got the endings dubbed.
And also US and South Korea. US had an "engrish" version for the opening and the endings are being dubbed in english too. South Korea had the opening dubbed, but I don't have informations about the endings.
In South Korea, the ending songs are replaced with the dubbed version of Chozetsu Dynamic.

Anyways, I'm thinking Germany didn't end up dubbing the OP and ED because, for some reason, Toei Europe isn't allowing them to do so (Italy and France, for example). If some can confirm this though, it would be appreciated.
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by emperior » Mon Sep 04, 2017 3:46 pm

wjbraden wrote:
SaintEvolution wrote:
Gafonso6 wrote:
There have been at least 4 countries with dubbed openings, Latin America (I know it's not a country but it's easier this way), Brazil, Portugal and Israel. LatAm, Israel and Brazil even got the endings dubbed.
And also US and South Korea. US had an "engrish" version for the opening and the endings are being dubbed in english too. South Korea had the opening dubbed, but I don't have informations about the endings.
In South Korea, the ending songs are replaced with the dubbed version of Chozetsu Dynamic.

Anyways, I'm thinking Germany didn't end up dubbing the OP and ED because, for some reason, Toei Europe isn't allowing them to do so (Italy and France, for example). If some can confirm this though, it would be appreciated.
It might be Toei Europe's decision, it was sure strange we didn't get a dubbed opening in Italy considering we always got one, and old Italian Dragon Ball dub openings are extremely popular here, so much that a famous DJ remixed GT opening and the singer, Giorgio Vanni, sings DB songs among other anime songs in his concerts. He also created his version of DB Super opening and uploaded it on YouTube as soon as Super began airing in Italy, so there must have been something going on behind the scenes.
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by Gafonso6 » Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:43 pm

emperior wrote:
wjbraden wrote:
SaintEvolution wrote:
And also US and South Korea. US had an "engrish" version for the opening and the endings are being dubbed in english too. South Korea had the opening dubbed, but I don't have informations about the endings.
In South Korea, the ending songs are replaced with the dubbed version of Chozetsu Dynamic.

Anyways, I'm thinking Germany didn't end up dubbing the OP and ED because, for some reason, Toei Europe isn't allowing them to do so (Italy and France, for example). If some can confirm this though, it would be appreciated.
It might be Toei Europe's decision, it was sure strange we didn't get a dubbed opening in Italy considering we always got one, and old Italian Dragon Ball dub openings are extremely popular here, so much that a famous DJ remixed GT opening and the singer, Giorgio Vanni, sings DB songs among other anime songs in his concerts. He also created his version of DB Super opening and uploaded it on YouTube as soon as Super began airing in Italy, so there must have been something going on behind the scenes.
If it was Toei Europe's decision then why did they let Portugal have a dubbed opening? The burocracy around these kind of stuff is really confusing.
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by wjbraden » Mon Sep 04, 2017 5:37 pm

Gafonso6 wrote:
If it was Toei Europe's decision then why did they let Portugal have a dubbed opening? The burocracy around these kind of stuff is really confusing.
Indeed it is, maybe it's because Portugal received it before the others did? I really can't explain any of if. Toei has been really wired regarding which songs can and can't be dubbed cir their properties in the past few years.
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by wjbraden » Tue Sep 05, 2017 12:46 am

Sorry to double post, but the OP and ED were left in Japanese. Oh well.
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by Damian0358 » Wed Sep 06, 2017 12:59 pm

wjbraden wrote:Sorry to double post, but the OP and ED were left in Japanese. Oh well.
Considering that Dragon Ball Z Kai's OPs and EDs were left in Japanese too, it makes sense that Super's would be too.

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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by Saiyanrule » Wed Sep 06, 2017 4:06 pm

Cetra wrote:Good lord, I want Tommy Morgenstern back. And Kaiou for some reason got the voice actor of the Elder Kaioushin.

I hope they choose Pascal Breuer for Zamasu. He voiced Sesshomaru and Neflite in Germany so he can voice elegant and cool villains.
Dragon ball is recording in Berlin, Breuer live in Munich. I love his voice to, especially as Ace in One Piece and Sesshomaru in Inuyasha, but it´s impossible that he voiced zamasu in db super.

To the german dub, ChiChi, Goten and Trunks are terrible for me, especially Goten but the rest is good.

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Post by sangofe » Thu Sep 07, 2017 1:51 pm

Saiyanrule wrote:
Cetra wrote:Good lord, I want Tommy Morgenstern back. And Kaiou for some reason got the voice actor of the Elder Kaioushin.

I hope they choose Pascal Breuer for Zamasu. He voiced Sesshomaru and Neflite in Germany so he can voice elegant and cool villains.
Dragon ball is recording in Berlin, Breuer live in Munich. I love his voice to, especially as Ace in One Piece and Sesshomaru in Inuyasha, but it´s impossible that he voiced zamasu in db super.

To the german dub, ChiChi, Goten and Trunks are terrible for me, especially Goten but the rest is good.
Only good voice in this dub so far is Bulma. I've only seen episode 1. Goku 's voice is terrible. Way too dark and badly acted or very forced when pitching up. Worst DB super voice for Goku yet.

And don't mention Gohan. The hell was that voice? Videl, Mutenroshi, Bulma and chichi were acceptable. The narrator I didn't like but I understand why they went with a voice without emotions...

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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by SaintEvolution » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:17 pm

sangofe wrote:
Saiyanrule wrote:
Cetra wrote:Good lord, I want Tommy Morgenstern back. And Kaiou for some reason got the voice actor of the Elder Kaioushin.

I hope they choose Pascal Breuer for Zamasu. He voiced Sesshomaru and Neflite in Germany so he can voice elegant and cool villains.
Dragon ball is recording in Berlin, Breuer live in Munich. I love his voice to, especially as Ace in One Piece and Sesshomaru in Inuyasha, but it´s impossible that he voiced zamasu in db super.

To the german dub, ChiChi, Goten and Trunks are terrible for me, especially Goten but the rest is good.
Only good voice in this dub so far is Bulma. I've only seen episode 1. Goku 's voice is terrible. Way too dark and badly acted or very forced when pitching up. Worst DB super voice for Goku yet.

And don't mention Gohan. The hell was that voice? Videl, Mutenroshi, Bulma and chichi were acceptable. The narrator I didn't like but I understand why they went with a voice without emotions...
Do you guys have any link for the german dub?

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Post by Gafonso6 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:28 pm

SaintEvolution wrote:
sangofe wrote:
Saiyanrule wrote: Dragon ball is recording in Berlin, Breuer live in Munich. I love his voice to, especially as Ace in One Piece and Sesshomaru in Inuyasha, but it´s impossible that he voiced zamasu in db super.

To the german dub, ChiChi, Goten and Trunks are terrible for me, especially Goten but the rest is good.
Only good voice in this dub so far is Bulma. I've only seen episode 1. Goku 's voice is terrible. Way too dark and badly acted or very forced when pitching up. Worst DB super voice for Goku yet.

And don't mention Gohan. The hell was that voice? Videl, Mutenroshi, Bulma and chichi were acceptable. The narrator I didn't like but I understand why they went with a voice without emotions...
Do you guys have any link for the german dub?
I sent you a link by a PM.
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Saiyanrule wrote: Dragon ball is recording in Berlin, Breuer live in Munich. I love his voice to, especially as Ace in One Piece and Sesshomaru in Inuyasha, but it´s impossible that he voiced zamasu in db super.

To the german dub, ChiChi, Goten and Trunks are terrible for me, especially Goten but the rest is good.
Still, it's possible. I've seen German dubs where they use actors from everywhere (Berlin, Hamburg, Münich and Cologne). Examples I can mention are : Fresh Prince of Bel Air (had Jan Odle, who is a Münich VA) and Digimon (had Daniela Reidies, who is a Hamburg VA).
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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by Saiyanrule » Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:12 pm

sangofe wrote:
Saiyanrule wrote:
Cetra wrote:Good lord, I want Tommy Morgenstern back. And Kaiou for some reason got the voice actor of the Elder Kaioushin.

I hope they choose Pascal Breuer for Zamasu. He voiced Sesshomaru and Neflite in Germany so he can voice elegant and cool villains.
Dragon ball is recording in Berlin, Breuer live in Munich. I love his voice to, especially as Ace in One Piece and Sesshomaru in Inuyasha, but it´s impossible that he voiced zamasu in db super.

To the german dub, ChiChi, Goten and Trunks are terrible for me, especially Goten but the rest is good.
Only good voice in this dub so far is Bulma. I've only seen episode 1. Goku 's voice is terrible. Way too dark and badly acted or very forced when pitching up. Worst DB super voice for Goku yet.

And don't mention Gohan. The hell was that voice? Videl, Mutenroshi, Bulma and chichi were acceptable. The narrator I didn't like but I understand why they went with a voice without emotions...
You must have seen more than one episode, the dub is not the best in the world but acceptable.
The original german dbz dub was also very weird , good acting but the voices where all unfitting, and the first 40/50 episodes of the dub where really bad.

Here is an another clip from Goku and Vegeta:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Se5NVfgu9hI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL0niUfW5Zo

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Re: Dragonball Super starts in Germany

Post by sangofe » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:05 pm

Saiyanrule wrote:
sangofe wrote:
Saiyanrule wrote: Dragon ball is recording in Berlin, Breuer live in Munich. I love his voice to, especially as Ace in One Piece and Sesshomaru in Inuyasha, but it´s impossible that he voiced zamasu in db super.

To the german dub, ChiChi, Goten and Trunks are terrible for me, especially Goten but the rest is good.
Only good voice in this dub so far is Bulma. I've only seen episode 1. Goku 's voice is terrible. Way too dark and badly acted or very forced when pitching up. Worst DB super voice for Goku yet.

And don't mention Gohan. The hell was that voice? Videl, Mutenroshi, Bulma and chichi were acceptable. The narrator I didn't like but I understand why they went with a voice without emotions...
You must have seen more than one episode, the dub is not the best in the world but acceptable.
The original german dbz dub was also very weird , good acting but the voices where all unfitting, and the first 40/50 episodes of the dub where really bad.

Here is an another clip from Goku and Vegeta:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Se5NVfgu9hI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL0niUfW5Zo
No, I've not seen more than one episode.

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