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08:23:02 PM Mar 18th 2014
Stuff from the initial description that didn't sound overly gushy or apocalyptic that was kept in the case that something might be able to be taken from them.

Love It or Hate It, most of the anime dubs have varying quality ranging from So Bad, It's Good (particularly Heat Guy J) to Superlative Dubbing (Samurai Champloo, Haruhi Suzumiya, Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, and Lucky Star are probably the best to date). But for the most part, the dubs to lean towards the Superlative Dubbing category since most of the dubs have one of the best quality dubs in the anime market in North America (besides the Disney dubs of Hayao Miyazaki's films).

They made a documentary called Adventures in Voice Acting where they interview many anime voice acting regulars like Steve Blum, Johnny Yong Bosch, and Wendee Lee who give advice to newbies to the voice acting industry. They hold a series of voice acting courses under the same name, taught primarily by Tony Oliver, who also has a hand in directing many of their dubs. The documentary was supposed to be a continuing series on DVD with the later volumes focusing on different areas of the field, but the second DVD was never made.

Perhaps their Crowning Moment of Funny and Awesome was when they brought in Conan O'Brien from The Tonight Show to do some Gag Dubs.
08:52:18 PM Mar 18th 2014
... what? Heat Guy J had a great dub.
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