Why is 4Kids bad?

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    Libbie McCartney
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    Why is 4Kids bad?

    It is well known that the 4Kids dub of One Piece was terrible and that it messed up the original source material to the point where it was unrecognizable. They made so many changes to the program that they were occasionally had to patch together two separate episodes. In the 4Kids dub, Laboon was reimagined as an iceberg, which the main characters did their best to avoid.

    Why were 4Kids dubs so bad?

    Because they were required to, 4kids restricted the anime that they dubbed. The reason 4kids changed some aspects of their dubbed anime was so that it could be broadcast on television, mostly during the Saturday morning time slot. When they purchased the rights to dub an anime and air it on a network television station, they were required to adhere to the guidelines established by the network.

    Is 4Kids still dubbing one piece?

    As a result, there was a decrease in the amount of new anime that was dubbed, and on December 6, 2006, 4Kids announced that they had ceased production of their One Piece dub and had surrendered the license.

    Why did 4Kids pick up one piece?

    After doing some study on the show, 4kids discovered that it was not at all appropriate for their platform, despite the fact that they accepted it before even understanding what One Piece was. However, as they were bound by a contract and were about to dub a censored version of One Piece, they were forced to change the majority of the show’s content in order to be able to broadcast it alongside their other kid-friendly series.

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    Why is one piece dub so far behind?

    The fact that Funimation wasn’t able to obtain the rights to One Piece until many years after the show’s initial broadcast is the primary driver of this result. Therefore, not only was it necessary for Funimation to dub all of the episodes that the 4Kids version did not dub, but it was also necessary for Funimation to re-dub all of the episodes that 4Kids dubbed.

    Do Luffy and Nami end up together?

    At this point, it might be argued that Luffy and Nami have been through more together, and it’s possible that Nami trusts Luffy more than Sanji. The rubber-boy did rescue her life from Arlong, and he also finally broke down the boundaries that had been preventing her from bonding with anyone else. Nevertheless, to the audience, it has always appeared as though these two are nothing more than close buddies.

    Why did they stop dubbing Boruto?

    Due to the fact that Boruto episodes are no longer being aired on Toonami and that Viz has ceased production on the series, there are no longer weekly dubs of the series’ episodes. My guess is that Viz will instead opt to distribute the series on DVD, much like they did with the first series. According to the information that I have, the dubbed version of Episode 5366 will be made available on April 21st, 2020.

    Are they still dubbing Boruto?

    We have no plans to stop using the Boruto dub for our home video releases!

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    Is shikamaru smarter than his dad?

    In the canon, Shikamaru is the more intelligent of the two. When it comes to textbook intelligence and school-type knowledge, Kakashi has Shikamaru beat hands down.

    What’s Shikamaru’s dads IQ?

    When it came to shgi, he routinely bested his son Shikamaru, who is a genius in his own right with an IQ of over 200, without the latter ever having the slightest idea that he had been vanquished. His many years of knowledge and vast array of skills were put to good use during the Fourth Shinobi World War.

    Who’s the smartest Naruto character?

    Shikamaru Nara

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