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Jul 2, 2008 4:12 PM
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHRRRRRGGGGHHHH!!!!!!

yes! it's in upper case

I just want to shout out loud virtually in this wide web that I'm going to be crazy xD

Why you ask?

There are so many interesting upcoming anime titles and there is still a lot of manga I want to read and I can't wait till they are subbed, scanlated, released (DVD) or published.

Even some of the manga titles I want to read are not being scanlated or they are licensed and hard to get(not being listed on popular mangareader)

I wish I can understand japanese natively. ;_;
Then I can buy it overseas.

Being a german speaker and living in the german speaking area, I barely get my hands on them sooner as I wish.

I do read scanlated mangas online but mangas should be really on paper, especially the -bons(bunkoban, wideban, aizoban), and not on the monitor.

By the way, german dubs are the worst what it can be done to animes, anime loses their original flair and feelings if they are german dubbed.
But I think dubs generally other than japanese are the worst!

Now I have the answer to one of my questions which I had my entire life.
Question: What would you like to be if you were reborn?
I would like to be born in Japan in my afterlife xD

Japanese should consider themselves lucky in matter of entertainment. xD

Do you feel the same?
Posted by mflatischler | Jul 2, 2008 4:12 PM | 2 comments
ZingFreelancer | Sep 29, 2008 8:56 AM
Its a real pain to be honest, I do wonder if the Japanese people consider their culture and stuff like anime, manga and their light novels spacial. Or even as addictive as we European people do.

For my part, thing don't makes any sense that this things should be common even in our countries, since there is money to be made there.
 
Kouma_Kun | Jul 11, 2008 6:11 PM
I have to agree with you, dubbed versions are the worst...
I watched Slayers in both original and English(US) version, and Lina's horrible accent killed my image of her...
Anyways, I wish I could go back in time so I can pick up Jap as an elective class =.= It's too late now I can't change subjects!
Now about the availability, some popular series in Japan aren't considered to be mainstream or whatever in other countries so they don't translate etc. This annoys me >< And living in Australia all I get is stuff like Naruto, One Piece and Bleach that EVERYONE has seen, if not that than it's some old animes that seem extremely weird on channels that no one watches...