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17th Sep '17 7:07:13 PM bt8257
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15th Sep '17 2:10:41 PM Malady
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** EricStuart ''CAME OUT OF RETIREMENT'' to voice Gourry again for SlayersRevolution
** Anime dubbing in general tends to be like this. Ask any voice actor in a convention. They'll tell you that anime voice acting is the lowest paying work in the industry and is also one of the hardest (due to [[{{LoopingLines}} the processes involved]]). They suggest that while the issue of money (and lesser extent, [[UsefulNotes/UnionsInHollywood unions]]) should not be ignored, they advise aspiring new voice actors to do anime voice work ''just because you like it'', not in for the money.
*** This trope is one of the reasons why certain VA's normally based in LA (or, more rarely, NYC) are willing to work with [[Creator/{{Funimation}} FUNimation]] (which is located in Fort Worth, Texas) in the first place, being that it's a Right-To-Work State, thus cheaper prices and in general a more open environment compared to LA and NYC (One of the advantages is that you can actually call up the company doing the casting auditions and have your name put on a list. Then, on audition day you go there and take your shot in person).

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** EricStuart Creator/EricStuart ''CAME OUT OF RETIREMENT'' to voice Gourry again for SlayersRevolution
''[[LightNovel/Slayers Slayers Revolution]]''.
** Anime dubbing in general tends to be like this. Ask any voice actor in a convention. They'll tell you that anime voice acting is the lowest paying work in the industry and is also one of the hardest (due to [[{{LoopingLines}} [[LoopingLines the processes involved]]). They suggest that while the issue of money (and lesser extent, [[UsefulNotes/UnionsInHollywood unions]]) [[UsefulNotes/{{unions|InHollywood}}) should not be ignored, they advise aspiring new voice actors to do anime voice work ''just because you like it'', not in for the money.
*** This trope is one of the reasons why certain VA's normally based in LA (or, more rarely, NYC) are willing to work with [[Creator/{{Funimation}} FUNimation]] Creator/{{Funimation}} (which is located in Fort Worth, Texas) in the first place, being that it's a Right-To-Work State, thus cheaper prices and in general a more open environment compared to LA and NYC (One of the advantages is that you can actually call up the company doing the casting auditions and have your name put on a list. Then, on audition day you go there and take your shot in person).
14th Aug '17 10:05:23 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' became known ([[ArtEvolution later on, at least]]) for the high degree of realism and accuracy in its occasional depiction of dinosaurs. Bill Watterson also insisted on doing the inking himself, and many of the Sunday strips were done ''in watercolors''. Also, he stopped the comic's run once he ran out of ideas, to stop it from becoming a FranchiseZombie. And there is no official merchandising, either[[note]]As you may have reckoned, those ubiquitous "peeing Calvin" decals are in no way sanctioned by the rights holders.[[/note]]; Watterson was open to producing an animated series, but ultimately decided against it because he couldn't get used to the idea of Calvin or Hobbes having a voice.

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* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' became known ([[ArtEvolution later on, at least]]) for the high degree of realism and accuracy in its occasional depiction of dinosaurs. Bill Watterson also insisted on doing the inking himself, and many of the Sunday strips were done ''in watercolors''. Also, he stopped the comic's run once he ran out of ideas, to stop it from becoming a FranchiseZombie. And there is no official merchandising, either[[note]]As you may have reckoned, those ubiquitous "peeing Calvin" decals are in no way sanctioned by the rights holders.[[/note]]; Watterson was open to producing an animated series, series at one point, but ultimately decided against it because he couldn't get used to the idea of Calvin or Hobbes having a voice.voice, as it would inevitably fail to match the voices readers had imagined for them.
10th Aug '17 12:53:47 PM Silverblade2
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* In ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'', Clayface cites this, [[spoiler: claiming that standing in for SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker was "the role of a lifetime."]]

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* In ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'', Clayface cites this, [[spoiler: claiming that standing in for SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker was "the role of a lifetime."]]
5th Aug '17 10:29:49 PM ADrago
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* Creator/DiscotekMedia has licensed many older anime [[NoExportForYou that may have otherwise never seen the light of day.]] Among many other things, they also managed to find the TMS dub of ''Anime/MagicKnightRayearth'', which was thought to have been LostForever, and include it on the Blu-Ray release of the series.

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* Creator/DiscotekMedia has licensed many older anime [[NoExportForYou that may have otherwise never seen the light of day.]] Among many other things, they also managed to find the TMS dub of ''Anime/MagicKnightRayearth'', which was thought to have been LostForever, [[MissingEpisode lost]], and include it on the Blu-Ray release of the series.
5th Aug '17 3:51:39 PM Premonition45
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* In ''Film/{{Airheads}}'', Chazz explains to Ian that his goal in life is to make a song that people will remember. Chazz's passion for the music ends up helping Ian to remember why he fell in love with rock and roll in the first place.
-->'''Chazz:''' I'm average and screwed up enough that I might just write a song that will live forever. And then it's all going to be worth it.
5th Aug '17 1:06:53 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' became known ([[ArtEvolution later on, at least]]) for the high degree of realism and accuracy in its occasional depiction of dinosaurs. Bill Watterson also insisted on doing the inking himself, and many of the Sunday strips were done ''in watercolors''. Also, he stopped the comic's run once he ran out of ideas, to stop it from becoming a FranchiseZombie. And there is no official merchandising, either[[note]]As you may have reckoned, those ubiquitous "peeing Calvin" decals are in no way sanctioned by the rights holders.[[/note]]; Watterson was open to the idea of an animated series, but ultimately decided against it because he couldn't get used to the idea of Calvin or Hobbes having a voice.

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* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' became known ([[ArtEvolution later on, at least]]) for the high degree of realism and accuracy in its occasional depiction of dinosaurs. Bill Watterson also insisted on doing the inking himself, and many of the Sunday strips were done ''in watercolors''. Also, he stopped the comic's run once he ran out of ideas, to stop it from becoming a FranchiseZombie. And there is no official merchandising, either[[note]]As you may have reckoned, those ubiquitous "peeing Calvin" decals are in no way sanctioned by the rights holders.[[/note]]; Watterson was open to the idea of producing an animated series, but ultimately decided against it because he couldn't get used to the idea of Calvin or Hobbes having a voice.
5th Aug '17 1:05:52 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' became known ([[ArtEvolution later on, at least]]) for the high degree of realism and accuracy in its occasional depiction of dinosaurs. Bill Watterson also insisted on doing the inking himself, and many of the Sunday strips were done ''in watercolors''. Also, he stopped the comic's run once he ran out of ideas, to stop it from becoming a FranchiseZombie. And there is no official merchandising, either.

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* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' became known ([[ArtEvolution later on, at least]]) for the high degree of realism and accuracy in its occasional depiction of dinosaurs. Bill Watterson also insisted on doing the inking himself, and many of the Sunday strips were done ''in watercolors''. Also, he stopped the comic's run once he ran out of ideas, to stop it from becoming a FranchiseZombie. And there is no official merchandising, either.either[[note]]As you may have reckoned, those ubiquitous "peeing Calvin" decals are in no way sanctioned by the rights holders.[[/note]]; Watterson was open to the idea of an animated series, but ultimately decided against it because he couldn't get used to the idea of Calvin or Hobbes having a voice.
20th Jul '17 9:07:56 PM rjd1922
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In {{film}} analysis, someone who does a lot of this is called an ''auteur'', as opposed to the ''metteur en scene'', who is the journeyman director who makes someone else's movie. Within the artists' circle, this practice is called "Art for art's sake". Of course if it does actually make money, well that's just a perk.

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In {{film}} analysis, someone who does a lot of this is called an ''auteur'', ''{{auteur|license}}'', as opposed to the ''metteur en scene'', who is the journeyman director who makes someone else's movie. Within the artists' circle, this practice is called "Art for art's sake". Of course if it does actually make money, well that's just a perk.



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17th Jul '17 10:13:40 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* Creator/DiscotekMedia has licensed many older anime [[NoExportForYou that may have otherwise never seen the light of day.]] Among many other things, they also managed to find the TMS dub of ''Anime/MagicKnightRayearth'', which was thought to have been LostForever, and include it on the Blu-Ray release of the series.
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