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Dbz fandom is actually one of the least disturbing I've come across.Sure, there's a bunch of immature faggots doing pretend kamehamehas and shit, but its nowhere near as bad as stuff I've seen in MLP communities for example e.e
Sonic fandom is also a hellava lot worse than dbz.Sure there's outliers like your friend there, but all in all I don't think there's too much to complain about.
2 words.Pewdiepie community
Even when you say something good aobut him they rage lol.
Should I be ashamed that I've never watched any of his vids and I just found out about him for the first time a few months ago?
C'mon, he can't be any more insufferable than reviewtechusa or the game grumps...
How can a dub be the definitive version of a series in the first place? I don't see any as the definitive version of a series. I never even watched more than a few eps of db/dbz in english. Subbed is just so much better... (inb4 flamers)
How can a dub be the definitive version of a series in the first place?I never even watched more than a few eps of db/dbz in english. Subbed is just so much better... (inb4 flamers)
If anything the manga should be considered the "definitive" version of a series. So in yuyu hakusho and code:gayass's case, I think the japs would prolly consider the manga over a dubbed anime...
When exactly did I say the manga had voice acting? >.>
Noooo, it was about which was the "definitive" version of a series. Meaning which is most true to the source material.
I was actually a dbz hater as a kid xDMe and my dad would always make fun of it saying that half of the time all they do is stand around screaming/ sounding constipated xDDI guess its a perfect example of "don't knock it til you try it" since both me and my father started watching it from the beginning, we got really invested in it.