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QUOTE(Kirara @ Jan 23 2005, 02:39 PM)
Al is voiced by Aaron Dismuke, he is a 12-yr old kid and also did the voice of young Akito in Fruits Basket. I don't think there are any plans to replace him. Personally I think he is doing a good job.
I'm not much of a fan of Aaran Dismuke - his voice is alright for Al but I think he could do a better job in the timing and such. =/
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His timing leaves a bit to be desired, especially since he doesn't even have to match the movement of his characters lips . His lines could use a bit of work as well methinks.
Does anyone else shiver every time he says "Brother" instead of "Ed" or "nii-san"?
Yeah I think "Sit......... Don't look down on me!" is a bit more hilarious than "On your knees!". I didn't really like this episode subbed either... it seems... blah.. and slow... maybe it's just cuz things haven't quite picked up yet in the series tho.
Side Note: I miss the original 1st season opening song
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1) I think that Arron Dismuke is doing a great job as the voice of Al, but I dont really like how he calls Ed brother almost every time he is addressing him. I dont think or want him to be replaced as the voice of Al. Hopefully FUNI has already completed the dubbing for all of the episodes.
2) I am starting to get annoyed about how the same background music is used for all the episodes. I am talking about the music played during the episodes to get emotions from the viewers like when Shou Tucker had transmuted Alexander and Nina. That same music was used in episode 11 when Al and Fletcher were talking and in at least one other episode before that. It is great music, it just starts to lose its effect when it is used repeatedly. Does anyone know if it is like that in the Japanese version or is this an American mistake.
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Yes. It was Justin Cook who voiced Russell Tringham.
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