07 May 2010

Seiyuu Comparisons - Spring 2010 (#5)

by 04:18
My current expression as I realize how much I have to go before I finish P3 FES.
And that doesn't include the 121hours already spent on P4
But who cares, as I ready myself to further shorten my lifespan again, with P5 is in the works xD
So it's May, and we're almost reaching the half-way mark of Spring 2010 season. So far, the most promising shows are Arakawa, Tatami Galaxy, Giant Killing and K-ON!!

What? K-ON!! ain't a good enuf? It's just another series part of the moe-blob that's running around?
Well, fark you very much, and GTFO that way ---->

I'm part of the "Y" generation, and yes, I love music, as much as to sticking my earphones in my ears 24/7.
Despite how skeptical and critical of the blob, I'm making this show an exception =)
With the slice-of-sch-life scene, music and moe here and there, I'm a victim of my own words.
Mio is another reason for watching too, unlike some people who defected over to the Azunyan faction, which I'm part of as well xD

Anyways, here's #5 of May as I pluck a few more faces and plaster them onto this post. Quite tempted to put more comparisons, but then I'd run out of stuff to post of the coming 2 month. But I might as well add a couple more from Winter 2010 next time, so I'll leave that aside for now. Enjoy. 


Seiyuu Comparisons - Spring 2010 
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[Fujiwara Keiji]
Kappa                                                                  Ali Al Saachez

Still playing that "bad-ass-I-dont-give-a-damn" character. Quite recognizable fortunately. But Kappa is really funny at times, unlike Saachez.

[Sugita Tomokazu]
Hoshi                                                                           Kyon

Oh Kyon, you're dream has come true; to be a star. Literally
Hoshi is really fun to watch with so many expressions, especially that confession box scene ^^

[Koyasu Takehito]
Sister/Brother                                                                Mu La Flaga

This veteran is still active, fortunately. His voice is very familiar to those who have watched the older animes, as he pops up in quite a lot of shows as sub-characters. Like "Kururu" in "Keroro Gunso" for example =D

[Sawashiro Miyuki]
Maria                                                                                Celty

If you think her voice sounds like another character, that would be kanbaru from Bakemono.
Poison tongue indeed.


[Saito Chiwa]
Stella                                                         Senjougahara Hitagi

She got me on this one. Couldn't tell it was her at all. 
But a loli is fine too...

[Kimura Ryohei]
Hinata                                                            Takizawa Akira

Stripper-extraordinaire becomes a member of the SSS. How did this casting happen, I have no idea.
Never got around to watch Higurashi no Eden but its good enough to get a movie sequel

[Hanazawa Kana]
Tachibana Kanade                                                         Sengoku Nadeko

A busy woman, and one of the top seiyuus with the most casting in anime shows this season.

Hanazono Sakura                                                               Kobato

Kobato's voice is clearly reflected in this character. The lively, bouncy, and bubbly Hanazawa voice suits her perfectly ^^

[Toyasaki Aki]
Hyoudou Satsuki                                                              Hirasawa Yui

Another busy bee this season, with the return of Yui too!!!

Soga Kena                                                            Hirasawa Yui

Do you see any differences? I don't...

[Kondo Takashi]
Sai Akuto                                                                   Sugisaki Ken

He wanted a harem
He had a harem
He's still in a harem, only this time, with magic.

[Hikasa Yoko]
Hattori Junko                                                                    Akiyama Mio

Aww... Mio-licious has been opting for bare-skin characters these days, like Katsuragi Hana in Seikon no Qwaser. Not that I'm against it, but I would like more modest shows for Hikasa-san.


[Satou Satomi]
Tsuzuki Otome                                                               Tainaka Ritsu

Had a temporary "WTH" face on when I realized it was her. How is this possible, that I did not recognize her voice??? 
So cunning, this woman.

[Satou Rina & Arai Satomi]
Suzuki & Satou                                                 Kuroko & Mikoto

Did a double take when I found out they're together again.
Honestly, I'm against the Mayoi Neko having different directors for each episode. The pace is so uneven and I'm having trouble watching it, as I'm pulled from one style of directing to another. Episode 4 was the limit and total failure. 

The only saving grace was these two maids at the end, with their witty comments I like.

[Watanabe Kumiko]
Shirafuji Kyoko                                                        Keroro Gunso

If there's one thing in common, it's their management skill, which sucks. 
Can't even manage a restaurant, can't even take over the world.

[Fujita Saki]
Inami Mahiru                                                               Nanami Ao

Personally, I hate Mahiru's character. It feels like a 1-2 jab to my ego and manhood.
What's so bad about men? 
Sure, we're sticky, and smelly, and rude...and...er..eh?

[Kitamura Eri]
Todoroki Yachiyo                                                                   Saya

No difference, no difference.
Just some lunatic-wielding-katana girl, again.   

2 comments:

BlackSun88 said...

i know many of them ^^

The Extroverted Otaku said...

Yup, alot of famous seiyuus casting this season ^^
Hope we see more of them for coming seasons xD

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