I've been against the dub for as long as that show been on Japan's televisions' airwaves. Digimon, while popular to some people who remember fondly of the series, is deceased. Remember Bandai giving up everything to the point where it exist as one half of the Namco/Bandai Games brand? How about those toys we were supposed to get by the, when it was announced, unknown, small toy company who picked up the rights to create new action figures and figurines that we never saw in stores? How about the disappointment of 'The Boys Who Leapt Through Time' (The Time Traveling Hunters: the personal name for that portion of 'Xros Wars') with the crossover aspect advertised to get fans, and newbies, hooked to 'Digimon Xros Wars'? It was only for it to be used as the finale rather than for it to be expanded upon as the show moved away from the 'Taiki and friends battle Evil Digimon of the Day capture it' order of events?
Originally Posted by veemonjosh
There's an appreciation to people with nostalgia glasses who enjoyed the original dub along with those who found fault with each series including Frontier and Savers (never calling it 'Data Squad' ever). It's the failure of the latter series that lead to not having much hope for 'Xros Wars' from the series' title change to pointless edits to the possibility of being unable to get all of the original voice actors of the leaders of past Digimon teams (Everyone knows about Joshua Seth's retirement).
'Beyblade' was lucky to see 2011-2012 even if the dub received is not as great as the first three anime series to the toy franchise's name. Even Duel Masters trying to make a combat which also can lead to it being like 'Beyblade' or falling by the way side.
If the show returned sub only, that's fine. As for the franchise to be as big as it once was from 1999-2002 (the years after these weren't too good with 1999-2000 being the best time to get interested with the show), it's a possibility but not likely to happen.
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