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16th Mar '17 12:34:14 AM Cindy67917
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* Due to Creator/BobPapenbrook's [[AuthorExistenceFailure death from chronic lung complications]], his role as Ken-Goh in ''Anime/EurekaSeven'' was replaced by Creator/KyleHebert for the rest of the series.
11th Mar '17 12:02:21 PM PhantomDusclops92
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** The Italian dub of ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' keeps the original voices for Yugi, Joey and Kaiba while replacing everyone else. Veronica Puccio replaces Debora Magnaghi as Tea, Emanuele Ruzza replaces Gabriele Calindri as Tristan, Andrea Di Maggio replaces Irene Scalzo as Mokuba, Davide Albano replaces Felice Invernici as Bakura, Silvio Anselmo replaces Enrico Bertorelli as Yugi's grandpa, Alberto Bognanni replaces Maurizio Trombini as Roland and Mauro Gravina replaces Diego Sabre as Shadi.
11th Mar '17 9:09:58 AM rjd1922
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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}}''.

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* In the ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'' games and anime, Nobuyo Ooyama Oyama played the role of the BigBad Monobear. Monokuma. However, Mrs. Oyama had to retire from voice acting due to suffering dementia, so her fellow VA Tarako Isoyama (better known just as TARAKO) Creator/{{Tarako}}) will take her place in ''Anime/{{Dangan Ronpa 3}}''.3}}''.
** In Creator/FUNimation's dub of the anime adaptation of the first game, they replaced all the voice actors except for Creator/BrycePapenbrook (who has worked with Funimation before on ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' one year earlier) as Makoto. These actors are kept in their dub of ''Dangan Ronpa 3''.
4th Mar '17 3:51:55 PM Scsigs
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*** Again in the English dub of ''[[Anime/DragonBallSuper Super]]'', Kid Trunks' voice was recasted to Creator/AlexisTipton, as his usual actress, Creator/LauraBailey, didn't want to but strain on her voice due to all of the other shows she's a part of as a voice actress. Though they retain Bailey's recordings from ''Kai: The Final Chapters'' for flashbacks to the Buu saga rather than have Tipton rerecord them.

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*** Again in the English dub of ''[[Anime/DragonBallSuper Super]]'', Kid Trunks' voice was recasted to Creator/AlexisTipton, as his usual actress, Creator/LauraBailey, didn't want to but put strain on her voice due to all of the other shows she's a part of as a voice actress. Though they retain Bailey's recordings from ''Kai: The Final Chapters'' for flashbacks to the Buu saga rather than have Tipton rerecord them.
4th Mar '17 3:47:16 PM Scsigs
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*** Again in the English dub of ''[[Anime/DragonBallSuper Super]]'', Kid Trunks' voice was recasted to Creator/AlexisTipton, as his usual actress, Creator/LauraBailey, didn't want to but strain on her voice due to all of the other shows she's a part of as a voice actress. Though they retain Bailey's recordings from ''Kai: The Final Chapters'' for flashbacks to the Buu saga rather than have Tipton rerecord them.



*** Again in the English dub of ''[[Anime/DragonBallSuper Super]]'', Kid Trunks' voice was recasted to Creator/AlexisTipton, as his usual actress, Creator/LauraBailey, didn't want to but strain on her voice due to all of the other shows she's a part of as a voice actress.
4th Mar '17 3:43:55 PM Scsigs
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*** Again in the English dub of ''[[Anime/DragonBallSuper Super]]'', Kid Trunks' voice was recasted to Creator/AlexisTipton, as his usual actress, Creator/LauraBailey, didn't want to but strain on her voice due to all of the other shows she's a part of as a voice actress.
10th Feb '17 4:35:43 PM Pichu-kun
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* In the ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' English dub, Shino was voiced by Creator/SamRiegel in his first appearance, but was replaced by Creator/DerekStephenPrince later on. Itachi received this treatment as well, going from Creator/SkipStellrecht to Creator/CrispinFreeman.

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
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In the ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' English dub, Shino was voiced by Creator/SamRiegel in his first appearance, but was replaced by Creator/DerekStephenPrince later on. on.
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Itachi received this treatment as well, going from Creator/SkipStellrecht to Creator/CrispinFreeman.


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** Boruto originally had the same English voice as his father. For ''Road To Ninja'' he was given a new voice actress, which makes him sound more individual.
10th Feb '17 10:45:16 AM Frem3
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*** Sesshomaru: DavidKaye --> Michael Daingerfield

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*** Sesshomaru: DavidKaye Creator/DavidKaye --> Michael DaingerfieldCreator/MichaelDaingerfield



* The ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' movie was dubbed by SentaiFilmworks in 2011 with a Houston-based cast starring Creator/ChrisPatton as Gintoki. Six years later, Creator/{{Crunchyroll}} and TheOceanGroup began dubbing the TV series with episode 266 and a Vancouver-based cast starring Michael Daingerfield as Gintoki.

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* The ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' movie was dubbed by SentaiFilmworks in 2011 with a Houston-based cast starring Creator/ChrisPatton as Gintoki. Six years later, Creator/{{Crunchyroll}} and TheOceanGroup began dubbing the TV series with episode 266 and a Vancouver-based cast starring Michael Daingerfield Creator/MichaelDaingerfield as Gintoki.
7th Feb '17 4:03:58 PM Frem3
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* The ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' movie was dubbed by SentaiFilmworks in 2011 with a Houston-based cast starring Creator/ChrisPatton as Gintoki. Six years later, Creator/{{Crunchyroll}} and TheOceanGroup began dubbing the TV series with episode 266 and a Vancouver-based cast starring Actor/MichaelDaingerfield as Gintoki.

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* The ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' movie was dubbed by SentaiFilmworks in 2011 with a Houston-based cast starring Creator/ChrisPatton as Gintoki. Six years later, Creator/{{Crunchyroll}} and TheOceanGroup began dubbing the TV series with episode 266 and a Vancouver-based cast starring Actor/MichaelDaingerfield Michael Daingerfield as Gintoki.
5th Feb '17 7:29:44 AM Morgenthaler
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** In both English and Japanese, the entire voice cast was replaced for ''Ghost in the Shell: Arise'', the official explanation being that the characters are younger. Creator/AtsukoTanaka was replaced with Creator/MaayaSakamoto as the Major in Japanese (Sakamoto had previously voiced her in a child's body in the original film). In English, [=FUNimation=] got ''Arise'' and cast Elizabeth Maxwell as the Major, while [=McGlynn=] returned to voice Kurutsu instead. Creator/ChristopherSabat took over RichardEpcar's role as Batou while Alex Organ was now Togusa.

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** In both English and Japanese, the entire voice cast was replaced for ''Ghost in the Shell: Arise'', the official explanation being that the characters are younger. Creator/AtsukoTanaka was replaced with Creator/MaayaSakamoto as the Major in Japanese (Sakamoto had previously voiced her in a child's body in the original film). In English, [=FUNimation=] got ''Arise'' and cast Elizabeth Maxwell as the Major, while [=McGlynn=] returned to voice Kurutsu instead. Creator/ChristopherSabat took over RichardEpcar's Creator/RichardEpcar's role as Batou while Alex Organ was now Togusa.
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