News Correspondent (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 06/02/13 | Reply
Yes, Greg Ayres (Ganta's VA) does have that certain shameful curse to him. However, his better roles include Koyuki in BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad, Kaoru in Ouran High School Host Club, and his cameo as Felix in Case Closed. If you just so happen to be a bit of a masochist, I recommend his chalkboard-scraping interpretation of a ten year-old teacher magician in Negima!.
Otaku Eternal | Posted 05/31/13 | Reply
WTH, CODE GEASS- MY HEART-
Anyway, awesome. I'm going to have to check out Future Diary's English cast! I wish they were redoing the cast from Deadman Wonderland. Honestly, Ganta's VA...their voice...killed...something inside me.
Now if only someone were to pick up ALL of TP's dropped manga...I could go back to reading Deadman Wonderland, Kuruizaki no Hana, finally get a copy of Baku...ah, I digress.
13th Angel (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 05/30/13 | Reply
I cringed at Shu's voice for Guilty Crown. >:
BUT I CAN'T WAIT FOR CODE GEASS. NOW I DON'T HAVE TO GO HUNT IT DOWN ON EBAY.
The Coldest Warmth (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 05/29/13 | Reply
THEY ALL SOUND SO EPICCCCC D=
Otakuite++ | Posted 05/29/13 | Reply
Thank you for the news!
State Alchemist (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 05/28/13 | Reply
My friend will be so excited for Future Diary!
Senior Otaku | Posted 05/27/13 | Reply
Don't know how good Buddha is going to be, but I wager it's worth a shot. Had they partnered with Studio Ghibli (would have been extremely costly, though), this would truly be the ruler of anime-just for the animation. Not sure I'll LOVE it, but I'll still give it a shot ^^
News Correspondent (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 05/27/13 | Reply
Small correction in the FUNimation/Sentai Filmworks story.
Instead of reading Code Geass: Ghost in the Shell, it should read Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion and Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex.
LDS Fangirl! (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 05/27/13 | Reply
When I see the title 'Silver Spoon', somehow all I can picture is the old sitcom with Ricky Schroeder as the precocious child.