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20th Aug '17 2:15:23 PM nanakiro
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* According to Mitsuru Sugaya, the titular character of ''Game Center Arashi'' had designs more in line with other heroes in ''Monthly [=CoroCoro=] Comic''. He had one he really liked, but drew four others to fill in space. Then he doodled a small headshot of a cartoony-looking boy with a goofy oversized overbite. His editor liked the doodle so much he went with that, and thus Arashi was born.
11th Jul '17 12:05:15 AM Scsigs
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** Konaka also states that Creator/KiyoyukiYanada (Guardromon) frequently adlibbed lines during recording, for which he made requests to be kept in the final version.

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** Konaka also states that Creator/KiyoyukiYanada (Guardromon) frequently adlibbed ad-libbed lines during recording, for which he made requests to be kept in the final version.



* In one episode of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku is forced to completely sell a punch by Mr. Satan to get away from Chi-Chi, who caught him training instead of working. In the English Dub, as Goku goes flying and he grabs his tractor, Goku goes "Aaaaah, I forgot my tractor, ahhhh". Accoording to Chris Sabat, it was actually an outtake that people thought made the scene funnier.

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* In one episode of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku is forced to completely sell a punch by Mr. Satan to get away from Chi-Chi, who caught him training instead of working. In the English Dub, as Goku goes flying and he grabs his tractor, Goku goes "Aaaaah, I forgot my tractor, ahhhh". Accoording According to Chris Sabat, it was actually an outtake that people thought made the scene funnier.
26th May '17 4:45:14 AM Cavery210
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* In one episode of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku is forced to completely sell a punch by Hercule to get away from Chi-Chi, who caught him training instead of working. In the English Dub, as Goku goes flying and he grabs his tractor, Goku goes "Aaaaah, I forgot my tractor, ahhhh". Accoording to Chris Sabat, it was actually an outtake that people thought made the scene funnier.

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* In one episode of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku is forced to completely sell a punch by Hercule Mr. Satan to get away from Chi-Chi, who caught him training instead of working. In the English Dub, as Goku goes flying and he grabs his tractor, Goku goes "Aaaaah, I forgot my tractor, ahhhh". Accoording to Chris Sabat, it was actually an outtake that people thought made the scene funnier.
30th Apr '17 8:44:03 PM Blazer
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* In one episode of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Goku is forced to completely sell a punch by Hercule to get away from Chi-Chi, who caught him training instead of working. In the English Dub, as Goku goes flying and he grabs his tractor, Goku goes "Aaaaah, I forgot my tractor, ahhhh". Accoording to Chris Sabat, it was actually an outtake that people thought made the scene funnier.
26th Oct '16 11:16:00 AM PF
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* As Ryuko is [[spoiler:falling back to Earth]] in the final episode of ''Anime/KillLaKill'', Satsuki runs towards her. There was originally no dialogue, but Satsuki's voice actor felt this was out of place, so she screamed "[[SayMyName RYUKO!]]" as Satsuki ran. The directors felt it added something to the scene, and left it in.

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* As Ryuko is [[spoiler:falling back to Earth]] in the final episode of ''Anime/KillLaKill'', Satsuki runs towards her. There was originally no dialogue, but Satsuki's Japanese voice actor actress, Creator/RyokaYuzuki, felt this was out of place, so she screamed "[[SayMyName RYUKO!]]" as Satsuki ran. The directors felt it added something to the scene, and left it in.
16th Sep '16 5:52:29 PM Monolaf317
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* ''Anime/OsomatsuSan'':
** Ichimatsu's aroused moan at the end of "It's a Birthday Party, Dajo" was improvised by Creator/JunFukuyama, who did it since Ichimatsu's profile stated he was a masochist. The rest of the brothers (save Jyushimatsu) also had improvised screams.
** The decision to make "Totty" Todomatsu's nickname was spur of the moment. It was supposed to be one-off, but the cast liked it so much that it was made an official element of the character.
30th Aug '16 5:55:35 AM KingLyger
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* When Jan Valentine in the ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' OVA storms into the Council of Twelve's meeting room and faces a dozen weapons pointed in his direction, the original voice actor doesn't say anything before being shot. The English dub VA however ad-libbed "Oh, fuck me!" before the bullets started flying.

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* When Jan Valentine in the ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' OVA storms into the Council of Twelve's meeting room and faces a dozen weapons pointed in his direction, the original voice actor doesn't say anything before being shot. The English dub VA however ad-libbed "Oh, fuck me!" before the bullets started flying. Given how foul-mouthed the character had already been shown to be, it fits.



--> '''Eggman:''' "Of course! [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption The good guy never gets killed in an anime and the bad guy like myself never wins. In other words, not matter how hard we try, the show makers will always make us lose!"]]

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--> '''Eggman:''' "Of course! [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption The good guy never gets killed in an anime and the bad guy like myself never wins. ]] [[TheGoodGuysAlwaysWin In other words, not matter how hard we try, the show makers will always make us lose!"]]
28th Jul '16 8:49:25 AM Willbyr
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* The Japanese version of ''SonicX'' used this a few times. There is a scene in "Super Sonic Appears" where it looks like Sonic is going to get killed. His robot servants ask him if Sonic will survive to which Eggman was meant to have stayed silent (in thought of whether he could actually kill Sonic or not) however the voice actor jokingly said (in Japanese of course): "Of course! No one ever dies in animes!" The other voice actors decided to just go along with the joke causing the scene below to accidentally get created; the show's makers found the scene so humorous that they ended up keeping it in.

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* The Japanese version of ''SonicX'' ''Anime/SonicX'' used this a few times. There is a scene in "Super Sonic Appears" where it looks like Sonic is going to get killed. His robot servants ask him if Sonic will survive to which Eggman was meant to have stayed silent (in thought of whether he could actually kill Sonic or not) however the voice actor jokingly said (in Japanese of course): "Of course! No one ever dies in animes!" The other voice actors decided to just go along with the joke causing the scene below to accidentally get created; the show's makers found the scene so humorous that they ended up keeping it in.
16th Jul '16 9:08:15 AM chickenpie999
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** There are animation errors in episode 32 of the anime where a VF-1A Valkyrie has its head misdrawn, when the episode was adapted into episode 32 of [[Robotech]], the incorrectly drawn VF-1A became a variant exclusive to Robotech called the VF-1R.
** Not even animation error, the numbering on the decks of the ARMD-class space carrier consistently have the top of the digits facing the direction fighters are supposed to take off. The ARMD-01 Space Carrier became two different ships in Robotech: The Macross Saga (Armor-01 and Armor-10) due the staff reading the numbering upside down.

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** There are animation errors in episode 32 of the anime where a VF-1A Valkyrie has its head misdrawn, when the episode was adapted into episode 32 of [[Robotech]], {{Robotech}}, the incorrectly drawn VF-1A became a variant exclusive to Robotech called the VF-1R.
** Not even animation error, error; the numbering on the decks of the ARMD-class space carrier consistently have the top of the digits facing the direction fighters are supposed to take off. The ARMD-01 Space Carrier became two different ships in Robotech: The Macross Saga (Armor-01 and Armor-10) due Saga, logically, Armor-1 (ignoring the staff leading zero) but through reading the numbering upside down.down it also became Armor-10. However, ARMD-02 only became Armor-2 and not Armor-20. It should also be noted that the numbering is also on the port side of these ships, with the top of the digits facing the deck.
16th Jul '16 9:01:34 AM chickenpie999
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* ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross''
**There are animation errors in episode 32 of the anime where a VF-1A Valkyrie has its head misdrawn, when the episode was adapted into episode 32 of [[Robotech]], the incorrectly drawn VF-1A became a variant exclusive to Robotech called the VF-1R.
**Not even animation error, the numbering on the decks of the ARMD-class space carrier consistently have the top of the digits facing the direction fighters are supposed to take off. The ARMD-01 Space Carrier became two different ships in Robotech: The Macross Saga (Armor-01 and Armor-10) due the staff reading the numbering upside down.
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