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I remember watching Ranma 1/2 when I was 12 it was funny as hell.
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In for some old-ass anime. Thanks... I used to have Ranma 1/2 on VHS back in the 1990s.
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Just an FYI, You can watch all seasons and episodes of Ranma 1/2 at VUDU if you don't mind the ads.
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No, this is not fine...

Thanks for the info!
You would really turn down $5 anime because it's dubbed? It's anime....for five bucks
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Holy shit it's ranma!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dub only killed it. But I love ranma!
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I wanted Lain but don't think I can play it on Android.
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If anyone cares: Ranma 1/2 is dub-only.

*shrug*

For $5 it's fine.
I remember Ranma having one of the better dubs at the time. And for only $5 I'm curious about how much better the HD version is compared to old VHS tapes.
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The original Kung Fu panda.
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I remember Ranma having one of the better dubs at the time. And for only $5 I'm curious about how much better the HD version is compared to old VHS tapes.
It definitely looks better than my old DVD set IMHO.

People who complain about 23 episodes of anime being dub only for $5 dont know the struggle of buying anime in the late 90s lol. I'm actually more used to this series in dub form from watching VHS cassettes in high school lol)
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Why do the sale now? I was tempted to buy all the Ranma when it was about $40, but realize my wallet was empty. I bought Ranma season 1 once I saw the price. Would iTunes put the rest of the Ranma series for $5? I ain't paying for anything over $10.
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If anyone cares: Ranma 1/2 is dub-only.

*shrug*

For $5 it's fine.
Sub > Dub lyfe
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Sub > Dub lyfe
100% agree, most of the time. Dubbed is getting better though. The actors are actually trying.

I feel like Ranma's dubbing was decent but if I had a choice of course subbed. Dubbed is nice when you can't look at the screen to read the subs the entire time.
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You would really turn down $5 anime because it's dubbed? It's anime....for five bucks
The dubs on Ranma are pretty decent, but new anime with English dubs referencing U.S. pop-culture and oddly pronouncing Japanese names is super cringe and completely pulls me out of the experience.

...back in the day I bought the Ranma dubs because the 2-episode tapes were $25 at Suncoast rather than $30 for the subtitled version. To this day I have no idea why someone thought that those prices made sense.
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The dubs on Ranma are pretty decent, but new anime with English dubs referencing U.S. pop-culture and oddly pronouncing Japanese names is super cringe and completely pulls me out of the experience.

...back in the day I bought the Ranma dubs because the 2-episode tapes were $25 at Suncoast rather than $30 for the subtitled version. To this day I have no idea why someone thought that those prices made sense.
Ouch. Yeah, anime was a niche "hobby" in large part because it was so expensive. I am still shocked that people would pay $20-40 (in 1990s $) for tapes with 2 or 3 episodes.
I'm glad things have improved, because it was OBVIOUS that anime in america was being held back due to pricing.

Now I pretty much *have to* buy any anime if it's $5 or less, almost out of pity for those who spent an arm and a leg
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Ouch. Yeah, anime was a niche "hobby" in large part because it was so expensive. I am still shocked that people would pay $20-40 (in 1990s $) for tapes with 2 or 3 episodes.
I'm glad things have improved, because it was OBVIOUS that anime in america was being held back due to pricing.

Now I pretty much *have to* buy any anime if it's $5 or less, almost out of pity for those who spent an arm and a leg
I mean... even in the early-mid 2000s a lot of anime was being released 3-episodes-per disc for $30/disc.

I bought way to many ridiculous empty box (which you would fill with 6-8 discs as they came out) and 3-4 episode "limited edition" boxsets back in those days.

Imagine spending $240 on a single 26-episode season of anime.

Darn kids with your $5 seasons of anime. Get off my lawn. lol.
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