2020 is the year of biblical-levels of disaster. From fire, to COVID-19, and now my home state is looking at flooding for most of April. Since the news has taken over television, and you've probably binged most of the content available on Netflix, you may be wondering 'what's left for me to consume?'. One word: ANIME.
Almost as if it's sole purpose is to promote the anime upon which it's based, Bleach succeeds where it's anime-live action adaptation brother Fullmetal Alchemist failed, and provides a good time even for those who aren't fans of the anime.
When poor dialogue mixing, poor voice direction, and poor script adaptation comes together to make an abysmal dub.
These are the comments and observations that didn't make it into my review, either because they weren't appropriate for the 'professional tone' I was going for, or because there was no category to really put them. In the beginning, audiences will be yelling "where is Al!?!" right when Al actually shows up to assist against … Continue reading Unnecessary observations about Netflix’s FMA