Fansub Review: [Weapon+] X-Men (Episode 02)

B-Tier, Fansub Review — By on April 20, 2011 9:02 am

This post was written by Dark_Sage. He is Dark_Sage.

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Yeah, this release was pretty good.

OP’s apparently included in a different release. Too lazy to find it for you. instrumental ED.

alright -> all right

Overuse of the word “over”.

Over the last few years, more than twenty […]

This is really annoying. We usually use em dash for when characters are interrupted. This use of the em dash is… haphazard, to say the least. I can’t think of a logical reason behind when they used it. And no, they didn’t use this in place of ellipses, cuz they still use those… Hmm…

can -> could

I wanna rage at the !? but that’s a style issue, so I must refrain.

mad scientists, Todd, attacks.


Overall grade: B+

I think both they and Commie had some good releases. But if I were to make a choice based on what I’ve seen, I’d have to give the nod to Weapon+.

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Krow says:

There’s an OP done by ordered chapters, released with their episode 1.

Dark_Sage says:

Ah, really? Okay, thanks for the heads up.

Damrod says:

Isn’t the allright/all right difference something that is slowly getting accepted in british english?

Dark_Sage says:

My problem is not that it’s accepted, and I don’t believe it’s a British/American English issue. The point is that both mean the same thing, but all right is universally accepted and alright is only accepted in some place. So when you have a choice between being always right and being only sometimes right, it’s best to go with the former.

John says:

Alright may not be correct English, but it still has a different meaning than all right. “All right” would not make sense in that sentence.

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