I have to say, I’m very perplexed by what happened with Funimation and this Ishuzoku Reviewers, also known as Interspecies Reviewers anime. You had one job Funimation, and you somehow mess that up! However, that’s not the talking point I want to focus on, where I want to direct the conversation to is the discussion on whether or not Funimation is utilizing underhanded tactics to secure popular anime for its platform.
I wanted to wait a bit to make sure that the leaked audio that came out where really by the main voice actors of the Dragon Ball Dub franchise. Once it had been 95% confirmed, I then wanted to talk about it and why I found the whole thing amusing in a way.
I’ve been following the Vic Mignogna case for a good while now. Ever since Funimation dropped the guy and have actively tried to erase him from all of his works, this has sparked a massive community wide discussion. Many have chosen to believe Monica on the premise of believing the victim first before asking questions, while others have chosen to side with Vic on the premise that you’re innocent until proven guilty. How this case will end will change the way we look at accusations in the future.
Alright, I know that for the past few blogs about this anime, there’s been pun after pun about Fire. I promise, no more puns. The new Fire Force trailer gives us even more detail about the world and some of the characters abilities. Not only that but we also got a date for when the anime will premiere.
I’m pretty sure that I speak for everyone when I say that no one wants to wait for the next big Dragon Ball movie in order to see what Broly has been up to with Cheelai and Lemo, so wouldn’t it make sense to have some sort of spin off series that tells the story of what these guys have been up to while Goku and Vegeta are handling the issues with Galactic patrols?
With Netfilx’s on going quest for virtual world domination, as it expands by adding more original anime such as ‘Ultraman’, ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’ and more, one has to wonder, should Netflix be the next best place for watching anime instead of Crunchyroll? I can’t say for sure from a business standpoint, you with monopoly and all that but, at best it would serve a good competition for Crunchyroll who, in my honest opinion has been slacking quite a bit. However, as a consumer, I’d say yes and here’s why!
So what many of us have speculated has finally been confirmed. The more I look at Kawaki and what we’ve learned from him, the more the likelihood of him killing Naruto seems more plausible.
So a brand new My Hero Academia the Movie : The Two Heroes Official Trailer #2 (2018) which showed us a whole lot of new things.
So after the leaked summary for Dragon Ball Super episode 130 & episode 131 came out, some people in the community have voiced their distaste for it. So I wanted to share my thoughts on how I think Dragon Ball Super should end according to the some in the community.