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07:40:09 PM Sep 18th 2014
Is it worth it to make some trivia about which dub voice actors are 'union only' or not? Some like Troy Baker, Steve Blum, Crispin Freeman...
05:30:43 PM Sep 7th 2013
This just seems like Trivia to me. I like reading about influential figures in anime as much as the next guy, but I don't like having a list of names interrupt the flow of reading about in-universe Tropes. So I'm planning on moving examples of this on work's pages to the Trivia tap.

05:56:48 AM Oct 5th 2013
Dejo una dirección en donde pueden descargar música sin copyright de forma gratuita para Anime: http://www.locutortv.es/musicalibredederechos.htm
02:35:09 AM Dec 14th 2012
edited by JamesJames
I think we need to get rid of the Gratuitous Japanese on this page. Why use the word seiyuu when it just means "voice actor"? (And before you say anything, yes, that's all it really means.) It spreads the misconception that seiyuu means anime voice actor specifically. I've changed it, so that it now says the exact same thing but in English, which I don't think anyone could see any problem with. And if you have a good reason to change it back, well, This Is A Wiki.
06:21:54 AM Sep 8th 2013
Because one word is shorter than two, especially if it means the same thing. :P
05:59:43 AM Oct 5th 2013
En España se llama locutores y en esta página pueden escuchar muchos ejemplos: http://www.locutortv.es/index_voiceoversspanish.htm
06:53:31 AM Jul 16th 2011
Question! I know there are tropers here who are more or less well-versed in Latin-American dubbing and how it's often very centered in anime dubs, so would it be okay to start adding them here too? And if not, what should we do as an alternative?
10:41:19 AM Mar 30th 2012
Since the LA-VA names were deleted (rather aribtrarily, imho), I put them back but under their own section. If these people work on dubbing too and many of them actually became well known in Latin America for their anime work, then simply deleting them on no reason other than "No Latin American dubs" doesn't sound well - and this is saying it VERY politely.
10:51:20 AM Apr 20th 2011
Isn't it time for Mitsuru Adaichi to get his own Page; and if so how would I launch it?
10:56:22 AM Feb 11th 2011
I was wondering, which Japanese seiyuu did dub voices for Rick Moranis (who was in movies such as Ghostbusters, Little Shop of Horrors, and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids)?
06:57:59 AM Jul 16th 2011
I made some google fu and the only real "result" said that his Space Balls role was dubbed by the late Kei Tomiyama. No luck on others, tho.
03:10:34 PM Aug 27th 2010
What order are the directors supposed to be listed in? I just put Kazuya Tsurumaki at the end, but I'm not sure if that was the right thing to do.
05:38:37 AM Mar 25th 2010
Question: What to do with the Seiyuu and Dub Voice Actor sections?
  • Leave them on this page.
  • Remove them from this page and
    • Merge them with the Voice Actors page, or
    • Make Seiyuu a populated page instead of a redirect.

If "merge", then the long list in Voice Actors should be separated by primary language (English, French, Japanese, etc)?

If separate page, then should the Dub Voice Actor section go away?
06:25:31 AM Sep 8th 2013
That's more of a Wiki Talk question than discussion question. I'm in favour of a single page for all voice actors to begin with. If we need to split them up by country / language, that should be determined by size, and indexed on the voice actor page.
06:41:01 PM Mar 14th 2010
I'm thinking to add Tokusatsu actors amongst this, but who do you think deserves a page here? One that comes to mind for me, other than the obvious (Hiroshi Fujioka), is Hiroshi Miyauchi...
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