So in this episode they go into a cave, and can read some sort of energy field, as well as Troi having a sense that there are lifeforms present. Geordie explains that the people must be displaced in time, but only by a few milliseconds. If that’s true, how is there not overlap? Say the people are a few milliseconds ahead of...
Hey, @crunchyroll, if you remove humanity from language, I quit you. And I hope everyone who likes/favs/retweets/reposts/retoots this does too. https://www.cbr.com/crunchyroll-ai-anime-subtitles-investment/ Put out a press release stating you will never use AI for #translations, or face waves of revenue loss. #anime
I'm suddenly nostalgic for old anime cats. I recall watching the original Beyblade anime and siding with Kai because the poor loner boi expresses his cute side by interacting with cats.
How horrible that in the Ending Theme in G-Revolution he's seen feeding a dog. Blasphemy.
Purely AI subs are really not good. I know because I have toyed around with the software personally. While it may have applications, it's going to result in BAD subtitles.
Crunchyroll just wants to try and cut costs and overwork people who already are horrendously underpaid. Which will result in EVEN WORSE subs.
WcDonald's Chicken Nuggets and WcDonald's Sauce.
Let me tell you...it's okay.
The nuggets are normal McDonald's McNuggets, so nothing new. The sauce is like what would happen if McDonald's Sweet Chili Sauce had a baby with their Barbeque Sauce while pulling away all of the sweetness making it just savory with a hint of spice.
Not my thing, but I can see why other's would like it.
Have you tried it out yet? Or watched the new anime short / read the promotional manga?
Let me know in the comments!
This episode is called "Marrowsmith"
I really didn't think I could see The Boy and the Heron in theaters due to being covid conscious, but our tiny local theater is showing it right now as a limited run at odd hours... It severely reduces the chance of it being packed, especially for what is truthfully a more niche film...
Could even go tonight and get a huge discount on Tickets, just $10 for my partner and I. I assume prices are also so low because not many folks go Tuesdays and they wanna get people in. So tempting! Is it really worth it to see on the big screen, or is it okay to wait for a home release?
Oh yeah, some people were saying that they missed old school animated karaoke in anime Fansubs. There IS actually a sub for a currently airing show that's still airing that does do that.
It's just that... it's a trash isekai anime 'Isekai Onsen Paradise' (Meitou "Isekai no Yu" Kaitakuki: Around 40 Onsen Mania no Tensei Saki wa, Nonbiri Onsen Tengoku deshita).
ICYMI: The release of five manhole cover art designs around the Azabu-juban neighborhood makes sense, as the area forms the backdrop of the series. It also re-raises an old question: just how well-off was protagonist Tsukino Usagi’s family?
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba -To the Hashira Training- Earns US$11.5 Million and Opens at #2 in the U.S. on Its Opening Weekend
The Box Office Mojo website estimates that the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba -To the Hashira Training- has earned US$11,575,000 in its opening weekend in the U.S.
Crunchyroll president Rahul Purini on how anime took over the world