Since I came out with a favorite anime of 2017 last Saturday you already know that I had to come out with a least favorite list as well. Once again this is just my opinion and it’s completely okay if you don’t agree with me. Also feel free to comment down below what you think of my list, if you have any anime that you would like me to watch, or if you have any topics you would like me to discuss.
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Yup thats right I’m wondering if a live action anime can be done well. Honestly I think it can but it will take a lot of work. I also discuss the possible reasons why a live action anime hasn’t been done well in the past and also why I can see it happening if studios take the correct steps.
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As you can see from the title I finally have out my review on the Netflix live action adaptation of the popular anime series Death Note. So check out my review and be sure to subscribe if you haven’t already. I post new videos every Monday, Wednesday, & Saturday. So be sure to check out those videos as well.
As many of you know I have subscriptions to several different streaming sites where there is anime and I want to discuss the pros and cons for all of them.
Pros: Even if you don’t have a subscription you can still watch shows on here but you just have to wait a week after the original air date to watch. I definitely used to use this when I didn’t have the money to have a subscription.
Cons: As someone who is a fan of dubs I just wish they had more anime that was dubbed. They have a few anime’s dubbed on there but definitely not enough.
Pros: Once again even if you don’t have a subscription you can still watch some shows. If you do have a subscription then you have access to every show that Funimation has on the site as well as extras. These extras could be panels at conventions to cast commentary on shows. Plus you also have access to the dubs if it is available.
Cons: I’ve noticed while using the streaming service that there are times where it will just stop working. Maybe this just happens to me but it can suck when your in the middle of watching a show and the services says streaming not available.
So I’m going to put Hulu and Netflix together since they are both very similar with their streaming services.
Hulu & Netflix:
Pros: Both services have more than just anime so you and everyone in your family or friends can enjoy a variety of shows.
Cons: Sometimes the shows don’t have the entire seasons of a show so if you want to watch the 2nd season you have to go hunting for it somewhere else.
Alright now for me my favorite ones to go to are generally Hulu and Funimation. This is because I notice that a lot of the shows I tend to watch Funimation has but also Hulu because of Funimation decides to stop working Hulu usually has the show I’m looking for.
But out of the ones I’ve mentioned which one(s) would you be willing to try or already use. Comment down below with what you think!
I know this topic may seem pretty random but I just felt like it was something I wanted to discuss especially since I can’t remember the last time I bought an actual anime.
Now what I mean by bought doesn’t mean a subscription. What I mean by bought is going to a store or online and purchasing a physical copy of a show.
For me the last physical copy of a show that I purchased was Sailor Moon R the new dub that was done by Viz.
I honestly don’t buy anime as much as I used to and I think it’s because a lot things are now digitally available.
But what anime was that last one that you physically bought? Also do you still try and purchase a physical copy of an anime or do you now use subscription services like Netflix to watch anime?
I’m very interested in knowing those answers to please comment down below. I can’t wait to read them.