Competent release? Yes. Good, even. But time-to-market is everything, guys. If you can’t manage to release your episodes in a timely manner, I think it’s time to disband and let your staff move on to bigger and better things.
Dog Days Dog Days isn’t really all that good. I wouldn’t go so far as to call it Dog Shit like the giggling schoolboys on IRC like to call it, but it’s definitely not anime of the year. The gist is that a go-get’um boy from the real world gets transferred into a fantasy land … Read more
Like Underwater-Commie, Hayatsuki-Tsuki edited the original HorribleSubs script.
Happy note from Dark_Sage: They didn’t say “hush”! Yatta! And in fact, this review made me realize a fundamental problem with my reviews: they focus on the negative, rather than the positive.
U-C’s version improves the already excellent script that Crunchyroll had by adding karaoke and fixing lines that had errors (nearly everything I pointed out was fixed).
This took me longer than I wanted to write up. Sorry ’bout that. Before I even get to the English of this review, let me tell you this: the Crunchyroll version and Doki’s version both have their good points. The English is better in the HorribleSubs release, but the karaoke and song translations provided by … Read more
Note: Fuck, I really wanted to tear into the professional subbers here, but they actually did a really good job. I guess the millions the Rockefellers threw into Crunchyroll really paid off. No OP/ED because professionals don’t translate songs.