Oh I see! Im glad!
Oh I see! Im glad!
Guys! I heard there will be a new dub for One piece in brazil!
Man, I REALLY want to see a redub happen in my lifetime...
Production cost: ¥10,000,000 (per episode)
2002-08-23 (Philippines, GMA Network)
2003-04-22 (Germany, RTL II)
2005-07-08 to 2006-12-08 (Canada - YTV, Eps. 1-43)
2006-05-01 (Cartoon Network Latin America)
2006-07-17 (Mexico, Televisa Canal 5)
2008 (Middle East - Spacepower Broadcast)
2008-10-06 (Brasil, Sbt - Bom dia e Cia)
2010-12-08 (Singapore, E City)
2011-09-05 (Portugal, Panda Biggs)
2012 (Brazil - Uncut Re-Dub)
Wow, the info about the Portugese dub on the bottom of the page is oddly specific. I wouldn't call this an official source but I'm not doubting the validity of the info/
Looking up the sources, it states that Google.com and dublanet.com.br are the two sources. I'd... probably take it with a grain of salt, especially since I think the latter may be an illegal distribution site, but not sure.
There have been hints of a new dub for Brazil!
Could it be true!? Brazilian Fans, please email ANMTVLA about this!
Vagner Fagundes (old dub)
Nelson Machado (old dub)
Eduardo Lúcio (Toei Animation; Old Dub)
Hiroyuki Kinoshita (Toei Animation)
Iriya Azuma (Toei Animation)
Luíz Angelotti (Angelotti Licensing)
Production manager: Kenji Ebato
Theme Song Performance: Rodrigo Rossi (New Dub)
Cartoon Network L.A. (Brasil)
Panda Biggs (uncut version)
SBT (Brazil; Old dub)
Angelotti Licensing (New 2012 dub)
Creative Licensing (Old dub)
DPN (Old Dub)
Luminus (New Dub)
DVD Distribution: Play Arte
Production: Toei Animation(Licensed By)
http://dublanet.com.br/forum1/showth...ne-Piece/page8 Here's a site where most of that info came from, I think (I can't read Portuguese, so I was forced to use Google Translate). I haven't seen any official sources anywhere, either from that website I posted or amntv. I hope that the info is valid, but without any official sources, it's possible that it's just a rumor.
I'd like to write to amntv, but again, since I don't speak Portuguese I don't think I can be much help.
I decided to look up information on the licensing company and I found a background page in English on their site.
It seems that they are indeed a legitimate company that had also licensed Digimon, Saint Seiya, Bleach, and a bunch of other anime/properties. What's more, their site also lists One Piece as one of their properties, and they have their own page for it as well. The manga's also getting rereleased by Panini Comics after it was mysteriously dropped by Conrad in the middle of Water 7. So yeah, things are looking up for One Piece fans in Brazil.
Kinda reminds me of back years ago during the transition from 4Kids to FUNimation. 4Kids started taking "One Piece" stuff off their website, and Toei Animation created their own America website with "One Piece" included, despite confirmation that the dub was cancelled.
Question is, when is this company going to actually release "One Piece"?
Now you reminded me of that Godawful Toei Animation website.
We are still not sure if its happening...
I don't know why we weren't aware of this sooner, because it looks like the relaunch of "One Piece" in Brazil has been legit for a while now:
From what I can gather from these two articles through Google Translator (if anyone out there can or knows someone that can translate this properly please step forward), Toei Animation and Angelotti Licensing are bringing out the second season, which according to Info Animation are episodes 52 to 104. The previous channel that aired "One Piece", SBT, currently holds the rights to the first batch of episodes until next year. To make up for this, there's a special episode that summarizes the events of the first season. I couldn't find out what channel it's going to air on though.
And if you read the J-Box article, it makes sense to relaunch the anime in Brazil at the moment, as opposed to the rest of Latin America (hopefully that will change in time ). The Panini release of the manga had much higher-than-expected sales. And hopefully, once SBT's rights expire, they'll go back and redub the first season.
At this point I want to hear what fans in Brazil have to say, and if the dub will be any good.
Last edited by firecrouch; August 19th, 2012 at 01:25 PM.
But did it say if this second season dub will be uncut?
It seems most of us (as stated in the article. I don't really follow the Brazilian fanbase despite being Brazilian myself) would've liked to see the whole thing redubbed from the start instead of chapter 52 onwards, but I guess we'll have to take it. The redubbing process will happen during the second semester of this year.
No info about the channel or if they are going to use the uncut version, though.
One thing though, since the original Brazilian dub has based off of the first 52 epsiodes of the 4kids dub (which is 82 in the original epsiodes count), would that mean the new season is going start from episode 83? Or are they going to use the second half of the 4kids dub that went from drum to skypeia? This is getting kind of confusing.
Well it's possible that this dub will be brand new. Toei Animation is working with an new company rather than going back with the original one that adapted from the 4Kids dub. In the case of wanting to re-dub "One Piece", the only thing that would be stopping them is the fact that they're gonna be airing these new episodes on a new channel that can't get the rights to the first season yet.
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