Archive for the ‘ Dub News ’ Category

Odds & Ends: Bakugan in Spring 2019, Black Jack dub surfaces, FLCL Progressive on AdultSwim.com


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New Bakugan due out Spring 2019
English Black Jack dub streams on Amazon Prime
Adult Swim.com streams FLCL Progressive internationally

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Mega Man: Fully Charged gets launch details, Buddyfight Ace dub debuts

Dentsu Entertainment and DHX Media have announced that Mega Man: Fully Charged will launch in the United States next month. The series is set to begin airing on Cartoon Network starting Sunday, August 5th. Ten episodes will also be available on the Cartoon Network app and various TV providers’ VOD and on-demand streaming platforms in the US commencing Friday, August 3rd. As for us Canadians? DHX says it’ll air on Family Channel (no longer first on CHRGD?) in the fall.

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Odds & Ends: Yo-Kai Watch stays in L.A., Beyblade Burst’s third season gets dub title

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Yo-Kai Watch dub hasn’t moved to Vancouver
Beyblade Burst Turbo readies as Teletoon slips back into shortlived Evolution reruns
Buddyfight Ace dub preview

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Odds & Ends: Bakugan reboot gets first image, Yu-Gi-Oh Arc-V ends, Buddyfight Ace/Yo-Kai Watch dubs


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Bakugan reboot gets first promotional image
Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V finale on Teletoon
Beyblade Burst news blitz
Buddyfight Ace, Yo-Kai Watch dubs draw near

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Odds & Ends: ReBoot: TGC next week, Attack on Titan/Maquia in Canadian cinemas, YTV teases 30th anniversary merch store

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ReBoot: The Guardian Code premieres Monday on YTV
Attack on Titan Season 3 World Premiere Event, Mari Okada’s Maquia head to Canadian theatres
Beyblade Burst Evolution premeires return to Teletoon
YTV teases KeepItWeird.ca as 30th Anniversary looms
TOKU launches streaming service
Tobot, Vanguard dubs debut on YouTube

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Odds & Ends XL: Mega Man: Fully Charged for the fall, Mecard sued, Bushiroad dubs

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Mega Man: Full Charged launches this fall
Spin Master brings Mattel to court over Mecard
Monster Hunter film co-produced by Toronto company
Bushiroad Dub News
Quebec City-based studio takes on Neptunia
TV Update
Mind Game in Vancouver
Blog Housekeeping

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Yo-Kai Watch’s English dub production moving to Vancouver?

Late last year, news broke that Level-5 abby would be replacing the entire English cast of the Yo-Kai Watch anime series after the second season. According to Whisper voice actor Joey D’Auria, it was done as a cost-cutting measure. Johnny Yong Bosch, who played Nate, questioned the logic of trying to cut costs just as the brand was getting a McDonalds promotion. Recorded in Los Angeles, the anime’s dub was originally a non-union affair, requiring some actors to initially go under pseudonyms. Starting with the first film, the series moved to a significantly more expensive unionized SAG-AFTRA production.

Level-5 abby has yet to publicly comment on this. Fans started to get anxious, some fearing a North American dub had been scrapped altogether and an import of the Hong Kong production was imminent. When news that the third season’s French dub was based on the Japanese script instead of the English one like before, some fans feared the show had been cancelled.

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