- Actor Allusion: Goei likes to proclaim herself to be 17 years old... exactly the habit of her voice actress Kikuko Inoue.
- Banned in New Zealand: Dragon Destiny volume 1 is banned on the grounds of possible child pornography. Madman Entertainment chose not to release the remaining volumes due to reaction from the New Zealand film authorities.
- Cowboy BeBop at His Computer: When several articles announced the new cast members for Western Wolves, most of them stated that Ayaka Ohashi will be taking Yui Horie's place as Sonken Chuubou. Unfortunately, this turned out to be very misleading, since Sonken "Shoukyou" Chuubou never actually appears in Western Wolves, and the character who Ohashi actually voices is a completely different character who also happens to be called Sonken Chuubou. And of course, these articles failed to specify that.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: Media Blasters lost the rights to Dragon Destiny at some point and it is not currently licensed in North America.
- No Export for You: The series won't be released in New Zealand due to its sexual content involving young girls.
- Old Shame:
- Veronica Taylor has gone on record to say that the series belittles women and says she doesn't stand by it. She also chose to be credited under another name for the show for this very reason. Nonetheless, she says she was happy to book more work, and she put no less effort into her characters.
- Ditto for Rachel Robinson, who walked out in the middle of one of the commentaries to think of any positive things to say about the series.
- Downplayed with Carrie Savage. At first, she was worried that working on the series would set a bad example of herself as a Christian, but after a while, she was able to come around and see virtuous aspects to her character.
- The Other Darrin:
- In season 2 onwards, some of the Japanese cast have new voices.
- For Dragon Destiny, Media Blasters opted to use Irvington, New York-based Headline Studios to record the dub with local voice actors.
- Zig-Zagged in the Funimation cast, where it was outsourced to New Generation Pictures in Beverly Hills and DuArt Film and Video in New York City, and consists of a combination of California note , New York note , and Dallas-based note voice actors.
- What Could Have Been: Eric Klein of New Generation Pictures lobbied hard to get the studio back for the Dragon Destiny dub with the original cast, and was even in contact with Kadokawa Pictures themselves, along with reaching out to Bandai, Funimation, and ADV Films, who was the front-runner to license the season. Just after ADV agreed to dub the season at New Generation, Media Blasters acquired the rights to the series and dubbed it at Headline Studios, replacing the entire cast as a result.
- The Wiki Rule: The IkkiTousen Wiki.
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