Comment on Fansubbers: “We Support Anime” 2ch: “You Are Thieves!” by Anonymous:

In Portugal TV is free, we don’t have to pay license


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  • Fansubbers: “We Support Anime” 2ch: “You Are Thieves!”:
    $70 for a few episode in japan seems normal, but in America, tv shows cost maybe $20-$30 on DVD for 12episodes. Anime here tends to cost $20 for four episodes, and while cheaper than in Japan, it is that comparison which results inns thinking that the price is high.

  • Fansubbers: “We Support Anime” 2ch: “You Are Thieves!”:
    Some talk about bad dubs reminds me of these Digimon dubs. Finnish “talent” at it’s best. Would I pay for this? No. Would I watch this from TV? No. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYFLL2WY9O0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0arFsVFTM7k&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex4KMgrt9wY&feature=related

  • Fansubbers: “We Support Anime” 2ch: “You Are Thieves!”:
    Sure go ahead an blame the foreign human right activist for all of it while your dear politicians continue to bow to every command the activists lay while licking their shoes. The issue you guys have is that your politicians are making easy popularity points out of content bans because you 2ch people barely unite anywhere outside the internet where any data can be easily dismissed as made up. We never see you guys do actual movements to go against all this. All you do is stay behind the …

  • Fansubbers: “We Support Anime” 2ch: “You Are Thieves!”:
    I think in some cases the western companies deserve a big chunk of the blame I mean look at the Macross series, 7 and F did not come out internationally for very good reasons I must say

  • Fansubbers: “We Support Anime” 2ch: “You Are Thieves!”:
    You’re talking about the very few occasions where the local DVD’s actually come out. Take the three Eldora robot animes for an example, you gotta have some crazy amounts of love to be still waiting for that one

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