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  1. CatsTuxedo
    3 Days Ago
    CatsTuxedo
    And that's done too
  2. CatsTuxedo
    4 Days Ago
    CatsTuxedo
    That's because the pig wasn't on the BtVA page.
  3. CatsTuxedo
    4 Days Ago
    CatsTuxedo
    And there's that taken care of
  4. Starscreamsfan
    5 Days Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Say, mac. Did you check the Superman radio show thread on the General Discussion section???

    I hope you like the pics and info I posted in that one:

    http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/...ad.php?t=14868
  5. Troodon2
    5 Days Ago
    Troodon2
    Can I hear your input on this topic, please?

    http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/...ad.php?t=14973
  6. Domayv
    4 Weeks Ago
    Domayv
    Crunchyroll has all four seasons, and the website should be available in Canada, unless they arent available there or you are busy with other things. at least since its being released on home video, you can buy it through either Amazon Canada or Rightstuf once they get released starting next month.
  7. Domayv
    4 Weeks Ago
    Domayv
    Well, Ben can do Greg's Negi Springfield (and Samuel Vincent can also pull that off as well, just using a modified version of hid Edd voice) judging from several of his performances (such as Shoutmon).

    Putting that aside now, Sentai has licensed Hayate seasons 3-4 and will release them in April and June of this year, respectively, so I guess you can make the dream cast of the series that we were talking about sometime around this summer.
  8. Domayv
    4 Weeks Ago
    Domayv
    well, they're pretty close enough. It's not like they have to exactly sound the same.

    How about Bryce Papenbrook, Benjamin Diskin, Nicholas Roye, Greg Ayres and Matt Hill. Do those 5 sound similar to each other.
  9. Domayv
    4 Weeks Ago
    Domayv
    Well, Brad Swaile does sound similar to Todd Haberkorn, Chris Patton, and Blake Sherpard (listen to Brad's Peter from Dreamkix, Blake's Agito/Akito from Air Gear, virtually any of Todd's performances, and Chris's Fate Averruncus from Negima! and notice how similar-sounding there are).
  10. Domayv
    4 Weeks Ago
    Domayv
    I've had a similar issue in several of my earlier dream casts. Originally I though that Lydia Mackay was Dallas's answer to LA's Bridget Hoffman and Vancouver's Lalainia Lindbjerg, but then I realized that she can also pull off Wendee Lee and Venus Terzo, so I began to use her more in my LA and Vancouver dream casts of Funimation dubs (such as Black Butler and Psycho-Pass). The same can be said with Kent Williams (I always thought he was a counterpart to only Paul Dobson and Michel McConnohie but then I realized that he's also one to Richard Newman, Doug Stone and Ron Halder).

    About why Josh Keaton and Nolan North don't do anime dubs is because they're union-only VAs and anime dubs pay less compared to cartoons, plus that anime's a niche nerd interest compared to Marvel and DC Comics thanks to Americans' incredibly black-and-white view on animation due to the over-sanitation of American media (see Animation Age Ghetto, All Adult Animation is South Park. and Rated M For Money)

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    David Kaye - Megatron, Optimus Prime, Lugnut, Trieze Khushrenada, Sesshomaru
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