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Old 12-12-2014   #3
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Default Re: Are Vancouver dubs going to go extinct?

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Originally Posted by Pokejedservo View Post
But to be fair Vancouver still at least has the likes of Inuyasha Final Act and Black Lagoon Roberta's Blood Trail.
Sadly, though, the most recent "Entirely New" (i.e. an entirely new series and not one continuing from a pre-existing series) dub from Vancouver is Nana, which was from 2009. On the bright side, though, the USD/CAD ratio is slowly but surely starting to recover to pre-recession levels (so far, 1 USD=1.158 CAD), so there may be a silver lining in this situation. Maybe we could see something like the next King of Fighters game and Persona 5 dubbed there (it would provide a breath of fresh air for the latter from the usual LA-based PCB Productions fare, especially considering that Atlus is now backed by Sega and thus they should have a sufficient enough budget to outsource to Canada, given the sizable-enough fanbase of the Persona series).

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