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** Creator/AndrewRannells is now a successful Broadway musical star, so he apparently feels this way about the "Pokemon Live!" stage show, if not the cartoon itself. Unsurprisingly, Creator/StephenColbert [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOZjTWh4vTQ was more than happy to remind him he worked on it.]]
3rd Sep '16 8:16:54 PM Soufriere
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* The original ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' manga, based on the light novels and written before the highly successful anime, was disowned by its publisher. Most records of its existence were erased. They didn't even try to capitalize on the series' newfound immense popularity from 2006 on by bringing it back; instead, another manga by another author was commissioned in order to capitalize on the phenomenon. One possible reason for this is that the first author did some {{Hentai}} {{Doujinshi}} about the very same series he was drawing, and firing him and disowning his work was the only way the publishers got to manage the affair. Another likely reason is that the artwork for the first manga was ''terrible''. [[http://www.haruhisuzumiya.net/manga/haruhi-suzumiya-manga-by-mizuno-makoto/ You can see here for yourself.]] [[FetishRetardant Mikuru's boobs don't even look like boobs.]]

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* The original ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' manga, based on the light novels and written before the highly successful anime, was disowned by its publisher. Most records of its existence were erased. They didn't even try to capitalize on the series' newfound immense popularity from 2006 on by bringing it back; instead, another manga by another author was commissioned in order to capitalize on the phenomenon. One possible reason for this is that the first author did some {{Hentai}} {{Doujinshi}} about the very same series he was drawing, and firing him and disowning his work was the only way the publishers got to manage the affair. Another likely reason is that the artwork for the first manga was ''terrible''. [[http://www.haruhisuzumiya.net/manga/haruhi-suzumiya-manga-by-mizuno-makoto/ You can see here for yourself.]] [[FetishRetardant Mikuru's boobs don't even look like boobs.]]]]
* One of the most famous examples is Creator/OsamuTezuka destroying the master for Episode 34 of ''Manga/AstroBoy'' immediately after it aired because he was so disgusted by its shoddy quality. Unfortunately for him, a copy of the episode had already been sent to America for dubbing.



** Episode 67, the BeachEpisode of ''R'', appeared to have been disowned for quite a while, not appearing even in ADV's otherwise uncut boxset. Their explanation was that their sets used Creator/{{DiC}}'s old masters, from which the episode was absent, the reason for that being that Creator/NaokoTakeuchi hadn't liked it anyway… then again, who did? ''Plesiosaurs'', people. However, Japanese releases of the period included it. Creator/{{Viz|Media}}'s later uncut release of the first half of ''R'' (eps.47-68) restored the episode, giving it both its first stateside release and its first English dub.
** [[invoked]] The original Canadian dub from the 90's is this to pretty much everyone except a few of the voice actors. For [=DiC=], the dub's poor reception stings; to Western fans of the original Japanese, the {{dub name change}}s were a thorn in their side for years (even though many of the name changes actually made sense… and [[DoubleStandard no one complained about European dubs changing the characters' names]]); to the Japanese – especially Takeuchi – its biggest sin was the fact that it was severely {{Bowdlerize}}d and edited. That last reason is why it will never see the light of day again. Fortunately, Viz was given the go-ahead to redub the entire thing from scratch.

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** Episode 67, the BeachEpisode of ''R'', appeared to have been disowned for quite a while, not appearing even in ADV's otherwise uncut boxset. Their explanation was that their sets used Creator/{{DiC}}'s old masters, from which the episode was absent, the reason for that being that Creator/NaokoTakeuchi hadn't liked it anyway… then anyway. Then again, who did? ''Plesiosaurs'', people. However, Japanese releases of the period included it. Creator/{{Viz|Media}}'s later uncut release of the first half of ''R'' (eps.47-68) restored the episode, giving it both its first stateside release and its first English dub.
** [[invoked]] The original Canadian dub from the 90's is this to pretty much everyone except a few of the voice actors. For [=DiC=], the dub's poor reception stings; to Western fans of the original Japanese, the {{dub name change}}s were a thorn in their side stoked ire for years (even though many of the name changes actually made sense… and sense… and [[DoubleStandard no one complained about European dubs changing the characters' names]]); to the Japanese – especially Takeuchi – its biggest sin was the fact that it was severely {{Bowdlerize}}d and edited. That last reason is why it will never see the light of day again. Fortunately, Viz was given the go-ahead to redub the entire thing from scratch.



** While Creator/RachaelLillis claims she did enjoy voicing her characters on ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', she admits that she wishes the fans would remember some of her other work as well, since that's all the fans want to talk to her about.
** Creator/VeronicaTaylor – who let the record show was extremely upset when she lost her roles on the show – has admitted that she prefers not to do Ash's voice at conventions owing to the large number of requests she gets for it.

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** While Creator/RachaelLillis claims she did enjoy voicing her characters on ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', she admits that she wishes the fans would remember some of her other work as well, since that's all the fans they want to talk to her about.
** Creator/VeronicaTaylor – who let the record show was extremely upset when she lost her roles on the show – has admitted that she prefers not to do Ash's voice at conventions owing due to the large number of requests she gets for it.it. On the other hand, she was ''very'' upset when she lost her role on the show following Nintendo's yanking the rights from 4Kids.



** Another set of strips titled "Italy Scribbles" were purged from the site in 2008 for containing sexual content involving France, Spain, and the child version of Italy. Though France and Spain back down before they cross the MoralEventHorizon, their overall behavior in the comic shocked some fans when these strips were also recovered and scanlated.

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** Another set of strips titled "Italy Scribbles" were purged from the site in 2008 for containing sexual content involving France, Spain, and the child version of Italy. Though France and Spain back down before they cross the MoralEventHorizon, their overall behavior in the comic shocked some fans when these strips were also recovered and scanlated.scanslated.



* ''Anime/StrikeWitches'', despite its current successful anime, light novels, and manga series, had a very rocky start that's been quietly ignored by the writers. For the first manga, "Maidens of the Blue Sky," the artist was originally told to make it a bit {{ecchi}}. It was then canceled because it was ''too'' ecchi and focused too much on {{fanservice}} at the expense of everything else (which, believe it or not, is still true, even compared to the current anime). The second manga, "Maidens in the Sky," wasn't much better. The problem this time was just that it wasn't very good, and contradicted the anime in quite a few ways. Although the actual events in these manga have since been ignored, the characters in them have actually reappeared in newer material.

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* ''Anime/StrikeWitches'', despite its current successful anime, light novels, and manga series, had a very rocky start that's been quietly ignored by the writers. For the first manga, "Maidens of the Blue Sky," the artist was originally told to make it a bit {{ecchi}}. It was then canceled cancelled because it was ''too'' ecchi and focused too much on {{fanservice}} at the expense of everything else (which, believe it or not, is still true, even compared to the current anime). The second manga, "Maidens in the Sky," wasn't much better. The problem this time was just that it wasn't very good, and contradicted the anime in quite a few ways. Although the actual events in these manga have since been ignored, the characters in them have actually reappeared in newer material.



** Transformers Wiki itself treats ''Transformers Energon'' like this. They haze the original ''Superlink'' for dropping interesting character arcs (Demolishor is conflicted about being a Decepticon -> turned into a gibbering idiot, Starscream is revived after spending his past appearances questioning who he was and actually defecting from the Decepticons -> memory is wiped and he becomes a bland, one-dimensional character all the way to the end of the series, etc.) and the weak usage of CGI versus the original cel-shaded ''Anime/TransformersArmada'', due to extreme amounts of DullSurprise. But the brunt of the complaints on the Wiki are directed at the English dub, AKA ''Energon''. They see it like bad comedy for shredding the original Japanese dialogue into incomprehensible mistranslations, excessive LullDestruction, getting character names swapped, airing episodes so early they contained incomplete footage from overseas, and worst of all, the unexplained omission of ''an entire episode critical to the plot''.

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** Transformers Wiki itself treats ''Transformers Energon'' like this. They haze the original ''Superlink'' for dropping interesting character arcs (Demolishor is conflicted about being a Decepticon -> turned into a gibbering idiot, Starscream is revived after spending his past appearances questioning who he was and actually defecting from the Decepticons -> memory is wiped and he becomes a bland, one-dimensional character all the way to the end of the series, etc.) and the weak usage of CGI versus the original cel-shaded ''Anime/TransformersArmada'', due to extreme amounts of DullSurprise. But the brunt of the complaints on the Wiki are directed at the English dub, AKA a.k.a ''Energon''. They see it like bad comedy for shredding the original Japanese dialogue into incomprehensible mistranslations, excessive LullDestruction, getting character names swapped, airing episodes so early they contained incomplete footage from overseas, and worst of all, the unexplained omission of ''an entire episode critical to the plot''.



** Although he enjoyed working on the show Creator/CamClarke was embarrassed playing Lancer, a cross dressing character who posed as a female singer.

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** Although he enjoyed working on the show show, Creator/CamClarke was embarrassed playing Lancer, a cross dressing character who posed as a female singer.singer.
** The original ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' was almost this for Mari Iijima. She was just a teenager when she played Minmay, and the popularity of the show and the character caused her to be {{pigeonholed|VoiceActor}} and soon leave acting entirely to concentrate on her music career. It took her twenty years to make her peace with the series and the character… just in time for ADV, in a bit of StuntCasting, to ask her to play Minmay ''again'' (only this time in English).



** Also probably best not to mention their brief flirtation with licensing (and then dropping) ''Kodomo no Jikan'', tentatively retitled "Nymphet". [[note]] They picked up the rights having only read the first volume, which is fairly tame. Cue backlash from MoralGuardians. Originally, they stood by their decision to release the title, even as major bookstore chains refused to stock it. ''Then'' the later chapters came in and Seven Seas realized what they had gotten themselves into. They dropped the series like a sack of hot potatoes.[[/note]]

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** Also probably best not to mention their brief flirtation with licensing (and then dropping) ''Kodomo no Jikan'', tentatively retitled "Nymphet". [[note]] They picked up the rights having only read the first volume, which is fairly tame. Cue backlash from MoralGuardians. Originally, they Seven Seas initially stood by their decision to release the title, even as major bookstore chains refused to stock it. ''Then'' the later chapters came in and Seven Seas they realized what they had gotten themselves into. They Within a week they dropped the series like a sack of hot potatoes.[[/note]]



* ''Anime/KidouShinsengumiMoeyoKen'', a.k.a. :the series that goes on sale for $5 every year at Right Stuf's holiday sale". Right Stuf still has a high stock of singles of the series released almost a decade ago. Funimation lowered the MSRP on the box set by $10 and still no one bit. They gave up and took down their website for it yet kept up their Youtube uploads of the first two episodes.
* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]] he no longer can do any of these titles anyway since most hentai titles are often non-union[[/note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).

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* ''Anime/KidouShinsengumiMoeyoKen'', a.k.a. :the "the series that goes on sale for $5 every year at Right Stuf's holiday sale". Right Stuf still has a high stock of singles of the series released almost a decade ago. Funimation lowered the MSRP on the box set by $10 and still no one bit. They gave up and took down their website for it yet kept up their Youtube uploads of the first two episodes.
* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]] he no longer can do any of these titles anyway since most hentai titles are often non-union[[/note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).
3rd Sep '16 7:41:11 PM Soufriere
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** Ditto for Creator/RachelRobinson, who walked out in the middle of one of the commentaries to think of any positive things to say about the series.
** Slightly averted with Creator/CarrieSavage. At first, she was worried that working on the series would set a bad example of herself as a Christian, but after a while, she was able to come around and see virtuous aspects to her character.
* Referenced in ''Anime/ExcelSaga'': In the opening to one episode, the production staff of the show confront Rikdo Koshi (the writer of the original manga) and toss down several doujinshi in front of him, causing him significant embarrassment. Those doujinshi are actual ones Koshi wrote before he did ''Excel Saga''. Guess what the plot of that episode is based on?
* Originally, Episode 67, the BeachEpisode of ''Manga/SailorMoon R'' appeared to have been disowned, not even appearing on the "uncut" ADV sub-only boxset. ADV's excuse was that Creator/NaokoTakeuchi hadn't liked the episode anyway. Then again, who did? ''Plesiosaurs'', people... Its ''second'' explanation was that it had used Creator/DiC's masters, from which 67 was absent. Region 2 DVD releases of the period included it, and the Creator/VizMedia-backed re-release of the first half of ''R'' (which consisted of episodes 48-68) in the US finally saw its release stateside, and with an English dub for the first time, no less.
* The original ''Manga/SailorMoon'' dub was this for DiC, presumably due to the bad acting and altering of the characters' original Japanese names (Though most of that stuff was done by *ahem* another company). Apparantly, even the show's original creators didn't like the dub either, which is apparently one reason why Creator/VizMedia was required to re-dub the entire series (including the first 2 seasons, in which the uncut versions were previously released sub-only) from scratch.
* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' has "[[MissingEpisode Episode 15:]] Kukurus Doan's Island", which wasn't featured on the US broadcast or DVD boxset at the request of Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, who felt it wasn't up to the standard of the rest of the series thanks to horrendously OffModel moments. There's also the reasoning that he and the director for the episode butted heads, with Tomino stating "He knows what he did", when asked what happened. Ironically, some fans would have preferred that they kept "Doan" and instead removed the previous episode "Time, Be Still", which covers the same concept but not as well and also has tortuously slow pacing. The episode is also still present on the Japanese set, released much later.

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** Ditto for Creator/RachelRobinson, Rachel Robinson, who walked out in the middle of one of the commentaries to think of any positive things to say about the series.
** Slightly averted with Creator/CarrieSavage. At first, She is a strict Christian, so she was worried concerned at first that working on the series would set a bad example of herself as a Christian, but after a while, reflect badly on herself. After awhile, she was able to come around and see virtuous aspects to her character.
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* Creator/ColleenClinkenbeard voiced a role in ''Manga/StrikeWitches'', but you wouldn't know it from the credits because she was so ashamed of the show that she insisted on using an alias. Apparently she wasn't the only one.
* Referenced in ''Anime/ExcelSaga'': In the opening to one episode, the production staff of the show confront Koshi Rikdo Koshi (the writer of the original manga) and toss down several doujinshi in front of him, causing him significant embarrassment. Those doujinshi are actual ones Koshi Rikdo wrote before he did ''Excel Saga''. Guess what the plot of that episode is based on?
* Originally, ''Manga/SailorMoon'' examples:
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Episode 67, the BeachEpisode of ''Manga/SailorMoon R'' ''R'', appeared to have been disowned, disowned for quite a while, not even appearing on the "uncut" ADV sub-only boxset. even in ADV's excuse otherwise uncut boxset. Their explanation was that their sets used Creator/{{DiC}}'s old masters, from which the episode was absent, the reason for that being that Creator/NaokoTakeuchi hadn't liked the episode anyway. Then it anyway… then again, who did? ''Plesiosaurs'', people... Its ''second'' explanation was that it had used Creator/DiC's masters, from which 67 was absent. Region 2 DVD people. However, Japanese releases of the period included it, and the Creator/VizMedia-backed re-release it. Creator/{{Viz|Media}}'s later uncut release of the first half of ''R'' (which consisted of episodes 48-68) in (eps.47-68) restored the US finally saw episode, giving it both its first stateside release stateside, and with an its first English dub for the first time, no less.
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The original ''Manga/SailorMoon'' Canadian dub was from the 90's is this to pretty much everyone except a few of the voice actors. For [=DiC=], the dub's poor reception stings; to Western fans of the original Japanese, the {{dub name change}}s were a thorn in their side for DiC, presumably due to years (even though many of the bad acting and altering of name changes actually made sense… and [[DoubleStandard no one complained about European dubs changing the characters' original names]]); to the Japanese names (Though most of – especially Takeuchi – its biggest sin was the fact that stuff it was done by *ahem* another company). Apparantly, even the show's original creators didn't like the dub either, which is apparently one severely {{Bowdlerize}}d and edited. That last reason is why Creator/VizMedia it will never see the light of day again. Fortunately, Viz was required given the go-ahead to re-dub redub the entire series (including the first 2 seasons, in which the uncut versions were previously released sub-only) thing from scratch.
* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' has "[[MissingEpisode Episode 15:]] Kukurus Doan's Island", which wasn't featured on the US broadcast or DVD boxset at the request of Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, who felt it wasn't up to the standard of the rest of the series thanks to horrendously OffModel moments. There's also the reasoning that he and the director for the episode butted heads, with Tomino stating stating, "He knows what he did", did," when asked what happened. Ironically, some fans would have preferred that they kept "Doan" and instead removed the previous episode "Time, Be Still", which covers the same concept but not as well and also has tortuously slow pacing. The episode is also still present on the Japanese set, released much later.



** Creator/VeronicaTaylor has admitted that she prefers not to do Ash's voice at conventions owing to the large number of requests she gets for it.

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** Creator/VeronicaTaylor – who let the record show was extremely upset when she lost her roles on the show – has admitted that she prefers not to do Ash's voice at conventions owing to the large number of requests she gets for it. it.



* The title of the third chapter of ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'' (entitled ''G-R Nonaggression Pact?'') might seem strange, as Russia barely shows up (except to break England's cursed chair) and there is no pact depicted. It turns out that the original opening to the webcomic ''did'' depict it, and the pages were removed by Hidekaz Himaruya, having not done the research on Germany and Russia's pre-WWII relationship and the conditions of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. Needless to say, he rectified part of the problem in a later chapter and finally depicted the pact, but once American fandom found the original deleted strips and scanlated them, they would come back to haunt him.

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* The title of the third chapter of ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'' (entitled ''G-R Nonaggression Pact?'') might seem strange, as Russia barely shows up (except to break England's cursed chair) and there is no pact depicted. It turns out that the original opening to the webcomic ''did'' depict it, and the pages were removed by Hidekaz Himaruya, having not done the research on Germany and Russia's pre-WWII relationship and the conditions of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. Needless to say, he rectified part of the problem in a later chapter and finally depicted the pact, but once American fandom found the original deleted strips and scanlated scanslated them, they would come back to haunt him.



* Creator/MonicaRial isn't apparently too fond of her earlier anime performances. She says she'd redo them all.

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* Creator/MonicaRial apparently isn't apparently too fond of her earlier anime performances. She says she'd redo them all.



** Creator/ScottMcNeil has expressed this sentiment about the Unicron Trilogy period, saying at a con that "the voice director didn't give a rat's ass about the quality" and that he told said director "you know kids watch this, right?". He's also said that if he knew Snarl was going to in Cybertron as long as he was, he wouldn't have just given him a "Dinobot variation"

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** Creator/ScottMcNeil has expressed this sentiment about the Unicron Trilogy period, saying at a con that "the voice director didn't give a rat's ass about the quality" and that he told said director "you know kids watch this, right?". He's also said that if he knew Snarl was going to be in Cybertron as long as he was, he wouldn't have just given him a "Dinobot variation" variation".



* There are several anime series Creator/{{FUNimation}} licensed over the years they are not proud of. ''Manga/MamotteLollipop'' is one of them. Anime fans who've seen it tend to agree with them.
* Nobody at {{Creator/Nelvana}} or Creator/ShoutFactory seems interested in releasing Seasons 2 and 3 of ''VideoGame/{{Medabots}}'' to DVD. The latter season was panned by critics and fans alike for it's apparent removal of most of the show's characters.

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* There are several anime series Creator/{{FUNimation}} Creator/{{Funimation}} licensed over the years they are not proud of. ''Manga/MamotteLollipop'' is one of them. Anime fans who've seen it tend to agree with them.
* Nobody at {{Creator/Nelvana}} Creator/{{Nelvana}} or Creator/ShoutFactory seems interested in releasing Seasons 2 and 3 of ''VideoGame/{{Medabots}}'' to DVD. The latter season was panned by critics and fans alike for it's its apparent removal of most of the show's characters.



** Also probably best not to mention their brief flirtation with licensing (and then dropping) ''Kodomo no Jikan'', tentatively retitled "Nymphet". [[note]] They picked up the rights having only read the first volume, which is fairly tame. Cue backlash from MoralGuardians. Originally, they stood by their decision to release the title, even as major bookstore chains refused to stock it. ''Then'' the later chapters came in and Seven Seas realized what they had gotten themselves into. They dropped the series like a sack of hot potatoes.[[/note]]



* ''Anime/KidouShinsengumiMoeyoKen'', AKA 'the series that goes on sale for $5 every year at Right Stuf's holiday sale'. Right Stuf still has a high stock of singles of the series released almost a decade ago. FUNimation lowered the MSRP on the box set by $10 and still no one bit. They gave up and took down their website for it yet kept up their YouTube uploads of the first two episodes.
* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He no longer can do any of these titles anyway since most hentai titles are often non-union[[/note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).

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* ''Anime/KidouShinsengumiMoeyoKen'', AKA 'the a.k.a. :the series that goes on sale for $5 every year at Right Stuf's holiday sale'.sale". Right Stuf still has a high stock of singles of the series released almost a decade ago. FUNimation Funimation lowered the MSRP on the box set by $10 and still no one bit. They gave up and took down their website for it yet kept up their YouTube Youtube uploads of the first two episodes.
* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He [[note]] he no longer can do any of these titles anyway since most hentai titles are often non-union[[/note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).
21st Jul '16 3:10:46 PM Fangusu
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* Creator/GreyDeLisle didn't care much for the experience she had working on ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'', despite it being her first voice acting role, as she felt the original dub had a little too much vulgar humor and that the recording sessions were too long.
** Creator/KathSoucie didn't like it either, feeling the characters were too unlikable. She only completed the dub under contract obligations. Had it run longer than the 50 episodes finished, she would have quit.

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* Creator/GreyDeLisle didn't care much for the experience she had did not like working on the Vitello-dubbed episodes of ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'', despite it them being amongst her first voice acting role, as she felt roles, due to the original dub had a little too much vulgar humor and that length of the recording sessions were too long.
as well as the vulgar humor.
** Creator/KathSoucie didn't like it either, feeling disliked this anime as well, as she felt that the characters were too unlikable. She only completed the dub under contract obligations. Had it run longer than the 50 episodes finished, she obligations only, and would have quit.quit if it went on for too long.
22nd Jun '16 2:19:42 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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** Creator/VeronicaTaylor has admitted that she prefers not to do Ash's voice at conventions owing to the large number of requests she gets for it.
17th May '16 10:27:00 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He no longer can do any of these titles since most hentai titles are often non-union[[/note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).

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* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He no longer can do any of these titles anyway since most hentai titles are often non-union[[/note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).
15th Apr '16 8:36:49 PM MayumiTsuji
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* ''Anime/KidouShinsengumiMoeyoKen'', AKA 'the series that goes on sale for $5 every year at Right Stuf's holiday sale'. Right Stuf still has a high stock of singles of the series released almost a decade ago. FUNimation lowered the MSRP on the box set by $10 and still no one bit. They gave up and took down their website for it yet kept up their YouTube uploads of the first two episodes. (It's entirely possible FUNimation lost the rights and is keeping the show up illegally - it's also possible they haven't even noticed due to how little fanfare the series receives.)

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* ''Anime/KidouShinsengumiMoeyoKen'', AKA 'the series that goes on sale for $5 every year at Right Stuf's holiday sale'. Right Stuf still has a high stock of singles of the series released almost a decade ago. FUNimation lowered the MSRP on the box set by $10 and still no one bit. They gave up and took down their website for it yet kept up their YouTube uploads of the first two episodes. (It's entirely possible FUNimation lost the rights and is keeping the show up illegally - it's also possible they haven't even noticed due to how little fanfare the series receives.)
12th Apr '16 6:51:32 PM DarkPaladinX
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* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He no longer can do any of these titles since most hentai titles are often non-union[[//note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).

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* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He no longer can do any of these titles since most hentai titles are often non-union[[//note]], non-union[[/note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).
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* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He no longer can do any of these titles since most hentai titles are often non-union[[note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).

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* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He no longer can do any of these titles since most hentai titles are often non-union[[note]], non-union[[//note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).
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* Creator/SteveBlum absolutely refuses to work on anything hentai [[note]]He no longer can do any of these titles since most hentai titles are often non-union[[note]], as he came across a scene that was so offensive that he left the studio immediately (link to the video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j73B-iDaNog&t=0m37s here]]).
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