I'm not cracking open the subbed or dubbed debate once again - let viewers watch what they will. However, there are 3 good reasons why all anime fans should be happy about the amount of dubbed anime available.
For hard-core anime fans this one is almost a no-brainer. We've seen hundreds of characters get summoned to, killed and reborn in, or just transported to fantasy worlds. We'd know right away if it had happened to us - wouldn't we?
Regardless of the anime you've seen, there's always something you've missed that someone else feels is pivotal to being an anime fan - of they just really want to share the love. Irina and I discuss the anime people have recommended and how those recommendations have gone.
Now I don't pretend to an expert on Russian law nor does a Russian court banning a few anime mean other countries will naturally follow along, however in a world where cancel culture continues to gain momentum, anime fans genuinely need to take an interest in anime censorship.
On January 15 Crunchyroll unveiled the most popular anime on their service from around the world in 2020. While it was interesting looking at the colour coded maps, I started wondering what this information meant about the current generation of anime fan.