History Narm / Anime

20th May '18 12:33:04 PM nombretomado
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*** Strangely, dub fans often cite ''this exact line'' as an example of how [[SuperlativeDubbing awesome]] the actor is!

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*** Strangely, dub fans often cite ''this exact line'' as an example of how [[SuperlativeDubbing [[SugarWiki/SuperlativeDubbing awesome]] the actor is!
9th Apr '18 6:47:14 PM Malady
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* ''VisualNovel/{{Ookamikakushi}}'': [[SpiderMan Spider-Issei]], in episode 5.

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Ookamikakushi}}'': [[SpiderMan [[Franchise/SpiderMan Spider-Issei]], in episode 5.
13th Mar '18 2:58:12 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** Maybe if this was ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' it would have been fine, but Gon's [[spoiler: transformed state is just silly.]]

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** Maybe if this was ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' it would have been fine, but Gon's [[spoiler: transformed state is just silly.]]
11th Mar '18 3:10:15 PM Midna
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** The somewhat unusual locale for anime, Paris, is also a source of Narm. In one episode, Noir is being chased by armed suits through the bamboo forests of northern France... wait a minute, [[CriticalResearchFailure there are no bamboo forests in Europe!]]
*** Wait, wasn't that a {{flashback}} to when Kirika was still in Japan?
*** Yep, it was a flashback; but by the time that scene aired, the series was going out of its way to avoid showing or mentioning any travel between France and Japan. That [[RuleOfPerception led to disorientation]] here.

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** The somewhat unusual locale for anime, Paris, is also a source of Narm. In one episode, Noir is being chased by armed suits through the bamboo forests of northern France... wait a minute, [[CriticalResearchFailure there are no bamboo forests in Europe!]]
*** Wait, wasn't that a {{flashback}} to when Kirika was still in Japan?
*** Yep, it
Europe!]] (It was a flashback; but by the time that scene aired, the series was going out of its way to avoid showing or mentioning any travel between France and Japan. That [[RuleOfPerception led to disorientation]] here.)
6th Mar '18 1:11:51 PM CJCroen1393
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** The English dub has...''a lot'' of this. For instance, the LullDestruction that's introduced in the ending to the Devil's Trill arc--Hijiri (one of two Woobies of the Week), is about to be crushed by a falling pillar. In the Japanese version, he stares up at said pillar in silent shock. In the English version, he ''screams'' for a fairly long time and with an expression that absolutely does not make him look like he's screaming. Then, when his [[MoeCouplet pet loli]] Kazusa comes in to [[spoiler:pull a HeroicSacrifice for him]], he calls out her name. In the Japanese version, he simply calls out "Kazusa!". In the English version, he ''wails'' "KAZUUUSAAAAAAAAA-" and ''keeps doing so'' even when he's supposed to be losing consciousness!

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** The English dub has...''a lot'' of this. For instance, the LullDestruction that's introduced in the ending to the Devil's Trill arc--Hijiri (one of two [[WoobieOfTheWeek Woobies of the Week), Week]]), is about to be crushed by a falling pillar. In the Japanese version, he stares up at said pillar in silent shock. In the English version, he ''screams'' for a fairly long time and with an expression that absolutely does not make him look like he's screaming. Then, when his [[MoeCouplet pet loli]] Kazusa (the ''other'' Woobie of the Week) comes in to [[spoiler:pull a HeroicSacrifice for him]], he calls out her name. In the Japanese version, he simply calls out "Kazusa!". In the English version, he ''wails'' "KAZUUUSAAAAAAAAA-" and ''keeps doing so'' even when he's supposed to be losing consciousness!
6th Mar '18 1:10:43 PM CJCroen1393
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** The English dub has...''a lot'' of this. For instance, the LullDestruction that's introduced in the ending to the Devil's Trill arc--Hijiri (one of two Woobies of the Week), is about to be crushed by a falling pillar. In the Japanese version, he stares up at said pillar in silent shock. In the English version, he ''screams'' for a fairly long time and with an expression that absolutely does not make him look like he's screaming. Then, when his [[MoeCouplet pet loli]] Kazusa comes in to [[spoiler:pull a HeroicSacrifice for him]], he calls out her name. In the Japanese version, he simply calls out "Kazusa!". In the English version, he ''wails'' "KAZUUUSAAAAAAAAA-" and ''keeps doing so'' even when he's supposed to be losing consciousness!
19th Feb '18 11:57:12 AM Asue
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** Made worse by that se aparently lived in USA for a while and is somewhat proud of her English. It might be a TakeThat to Americans with bad English, but still...

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** Made worse by that se aparently she apparently lived in the USA for a while and is somewhat proud of her English. It might be a TakeThat to Americans with bad English, but still...



** In the anime the drama of Minene getting a [[EyeScream dart to the eye]] is ruined by her scream and the sight of her boobs bouncing.

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** In the anime anime, the drama of Minene getting a [[EyeScream dart to the eye]] is ruined by her scream and the sight of her boobs bouncing.
19th Feb '18 11:34:35 AM Asue
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* The ending of the ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' episode "Pierrot le Fou". [[spoiler:Let's just say the sight of a grown man squirming on the ground crying out for his mommy just before being stepped on by a big goofy dog thing doesn't exactly help his previously established image as a stone-cold assassin who is ImmuneToBullets and kills for the love of killing]].

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* The ending of the ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' episode "Pierrot le Fou". [[spoiler:Let's just say that the sight of a grown man squirming on the ground crying out for his mommy just before being stepped on by a big goofy dog thing doesn't exactly help his previously established image as a stone-cold assassin who is ImmuneToBullets and kills for the love of killing]].



* The balloon monster from Manga/CorpsePrincess. Sure, its bizarre marker-drawn face and creepy voice does slightly help it. What doesn't is its theme. Then again, having a head made of a collection of balloons tends to have that effect. It makes it feel more like a goofy PowerRangers [[MonsterOfTheWeek monster]] instead of something you'd see in a horror anime.

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* The balloon monster from Manga/CorpsePrincess. Sure, its bizarre marker-drawn face and creepy voice does slightly help it. What doesn't help is its theme. Then again, having a head made of a collection of balloons tends to have that effect. It makes it feel more like a goofy PowerRangers [[MonsterOfTheWeek monster]] instead of something you'd see in a horror anime.
6th Dec '17 9:27:54 PM animenutcase
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** In the same vein as "People die if they are killed", "Just because you're correct doesn't mean you're right", taken from ''Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks''. In context, this appears in a WorldOfCardboardSpeech by Shirou and quickly deflates the drama. What he's actually saying is that although Archer has all the facts correct, Shirou doesn't ''care'' about his argument and will beat him regardless.

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** In the same vein as "People die if they are killed", "Just because you're correct doesn't mean you're right", taken from ''Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks''.''Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks'' (pictured above). In context, this appears in a WorldOfCardboardSpeech by Shirou and quickly deflates the drama. What he's actually saying is that although Archer has all the facts correct, Shirou doesn't ''care'' about his argument and will beat him regardless.
30th Nov '17 1:43:01 PM PDL
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* ''Anime/PokemonIChooseYou'':
** [[spoiler:Pikachu talking to Ash during the climax]] is clearly supposed to be a heartfelt and serious moment, but it comes so completely out of left field that it can be incredibly difficult to take the scene as it's presented.
** Ash's Dream [[spoiler: where he's in a world where Pokémon don't exist. After waking up from it, he tells his friends about his dream, which they exclaim that it sounds like a pretty terrible one.]]
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