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21st Jul '16 11:26:30 AM PurpleWarrior13
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*** Kari Kamiya: Creator/LaraJillMiller --> Creator/TaraJayne

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*** Kari Kamiya: Creator/LaraJillMiller --> Creator/TaraJayneCreator/TaraSands
21st Jul '16 11:24:59 AM PurpleWarrior13
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* ''Manga/DGrayMan'' had this happen.The original series ran from 2006 -2008, before being cancelled at 103 episodes. However, a continuation started up this year, 8 years after the previous series ended. All of the voice cast has changed, to the disappointment of Western fandom.

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* ''Manga/DGrayMan'' had this happen.The original series ran from 2006 -2008, before being cancelled at 103 episodes. However, a continuation started up this year, 8 years after the previous series ended. All of the Japanese voice cast has changed, to the disappointment of Western fandom.


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** In the English dub of ''Tri'', which reunites the original characters, the following recasts happen:
*** Matt Ishida: Michael Reisz --> Creator/VicMignogna
*** Kari Kamiya: Creator/LaraJillMiller --> Creator/TaraJayne
*** Joe Kido: Creator/MichaelLindsay --> Creator/RobbieDaymond
*** TK Takeshi: Creator/DougErholtz --> Creator/JohnnyYongBosch
*** Greymon: Michael Lindsay --> Creator/KyleHebert
*** Gatomon: Edie Mirman --> Creator/KateHiggins
*** In addition, Tom Fahn, Anna Garduno, Robert Martin Klein, Dave Mallow, and Laura Summer return to voice Agumon, Palmon, Gomamon, Angemon, and Patamon respectively after being replaced for ''Frontier'' and/or ''Fusion''.
11th Jul '16 11:48:19 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* In the ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'' games and anime, Nobuyo Ooyama played the role of the BigBad Monobear. However, Mrs. Oyama had to retire from voice acting due to suffering dementia, so her fellow VA Tarako Isoyama (better known just as TARAKO) will take her place in ''Anime/{{Dangan Ronpa 3}}''.
8th Jul '16 10:09:02 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ''Anime/AvengersConfidentialBlackWidowAndPunisher'' is a sequel to ''Anime/IronManRiseOfTechnovore'' with many of the voice actors of the returning characters coming back. However, the English dub of the ''Avengers Confidential'' saw the titular duo's voice actors replaced with Clare Grant being replaced as Black Widow by Creator/JenniferCarpenter and Creator/NormanReedus as the Punisher by Creator/BrainBloom (The Japanese dub kept Creator/MiyukiSawashiro and Creator/TesshoGenda in the respective roles). Creator/MatthewMercer also replaced Creator/TroyBaker as Hawkeye, though that probably has something to do with the character only getting one line, and Mercer already being around to reprise his ''Tecnhovore'' role as Iron Man and it just being easier and cheaper to get him to just voice the one line.
26th Jun '16 11:47:05 AM PhantomDusclops92
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*** The characters from ''02'' appeared first in TheMovie, and when ''02'' was dubbed the voices for the new characters were all different from the movie ones, except Hawkmon. Tentomon's voice actor was also replaced.

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*** The characters from ''02'' appeared first in TheMovie, and when ''02'' was dubbed the voices for the new characters were all different from the movie ones, except Hawkmon.Halsemon. Tentomon's voice actor was also replaced.


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** In the Italian dub, Emanuela Damasio replaced Alessia Amendola as Homura.
25th Jun '16 12:31:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the first English adaptation of ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'' known as ''Anime/BattleOfThePlanets'', fans generally associate the voice actors Ronnie Schell and Alan Dinehart with their respective characters of Jason and Tiny. But in the first episode dubbed by Sandy Frank, Jason had a much different and lower voice provided by an unspecified actor while Tiny was voiced by Schell and had a gruffer, raspier voice than the slow "big guy" one that Dinehart would make him famous for. To this day, it remains unknown who was the original Jason, though it is suggested that it was likely David Jolliffe (who was credited for the episode, and the Jason voice sounding identical to his "Larry" voice from ''ClueClub'').

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* In the first English adaptation of ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'' known as ''Anime/BattleOfThePlanets'', fans generally associate the voice actors Ronnie Schell and Alan Dinehart with their respective characters of Jason and Tiny. But in the first episode dubbed by Sandy Frank, Jason had a much different and lower voice provided by an unspecified actor while Tiny was voiced by Schell and had a gruffer, raspier voice than the slow "big guy" one that Dinehart would make him famous for. To this day, it remains unknown who was the original Jason, though it is suggested that it was likely David Jolliffe (who was credited for the episode, and the Jason voice sounding identical to his "Larry" voice from ''ClueClub'').''WesternAnimation/ClueClub'').
18th Jun '16 11:33:11 AM bowserbros
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** In a rather unique case for the series, Master Roshi's Japanese voice had to be recast after his original seiyuu, Kōhei Miyauchi, passed away part-way through ''Dragon Ball Z''[='s=] run.[[note]]His final acting performance was in episode 260, but because the series was produced out-of-order, his final performance to be aired was episode 287.[[/note]] Since episode 288 of ''Z'', Roshi hats been consistently voiced by Hiroshi Masuoka.
18th Jun '16 6:55:20 AM RayneCyro
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** On her original appearance, Anko was voiced by Julianne Buescher, then by Creator/LauraBailey in her appearances in some {{filler}} episodes and some games, and then Creator/KariWahlgren in some other games. In fact, this generally happens ''a lot'' with secondary characters in the video games. One particularly bizarre example is Creator/JamiesonPrice playing the First Hokage in the series, but not in the video game -- where he plays the ''Second'' Hokage.

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** On her original appearance, Anko was voiced by Julianne Buescher, then by Creator/LauraBailey in her appearances in some {{filler}} episodes and some games, and then Creator/KariWahlgren in some other games. In fact, this generally happens ''a lot'' with secondary characters in the video games. One particularly bizarre example is Creator/JamiesonPrice playing the First Hokage in the series, but not in the video game games -- where for whatever reason, he and Peter Lurie (who plays the ''Second'' Hokage.Hokage in the series) swap roles.
8th Jun '16 11:56:23 AM Willbyr
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* ''DGrayMan'' had this happen.The original series ran from 2006 -2008, before being cancelled at 103 episodes. However, a continuation started up this year, 8 years after the previous series ended. All of the voice cast has changed, to the disappointment of Western fandom.

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* ''DGrayMan'' ''Manga/DGrayMan'' had this happen.The original series ran from 2006 -2008, before being cancelled at 103 episodes. However, a continuation started up this year, 8 years after the previous series ended. All of the voice cast has changed, to the disappointment of Western fandom.



* ''IkkiTousen'' has had an inconsistent English cast. The first season was dubbed by Geneon and Los Angeles-based New Generation Pictures. The second season was licensed by MediaBlasters who opted to use a different studio (New York-based Headline Studios) with an entirely different cast. Seasons 3 and 4 were later licensed by Creator/{{FUNimation}}, who got New Generation Pictures back to handle the dubbing, which mostly brought back the Season 1 cast, however recording was also done in New York to reunite the Season 2 voice actors for most characters that debuted in that season (such as Chou'un). A few characters also got entirely new voice actors (notably Kanu) where NEITHER of their original voice actors could return.

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* ''IkkiTousen'' ''Manga/IkkiTousen'' has had an inconsistent English cast. The first season was dubbed by Geneon and Los Angeles-based New Generation Pictures. The second season was licensed by MediaBlasters who opted to use a different studio (New York-based Headline Studios) with an entirely different cast. Seasons 3 and 4 were later licensed by Creator/{{FUNimation}}, who got New Generation Pictures back to handle the dubbing, which mostly brought back the Season 1 cast, however recording was also done in New York to reunite the Season 2 voice actors for most characters that debuted in that season (such as Chou'un). A few characters also got entirely new voice actors (notably Kanu) where NEITHER of their original voice actors could return.
8th Jun '16 11:33:02 AM SilverFang
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* ''DGrayMan'' had this happen.The original series ran from 2006 -2008, before being cancelled at 103 episodes. However, a continuation started up this year, 8 years after the previous series ended. All of the voice cast has changed, to the disappointment of Western fandom.
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