5 Anime Which Have Better Dubbed Versions Than Original Japanese Sub

While watching with subtitles is often considered better, these are 5 anime whose dubbed versions are greater than original.

5 Anime Which Have Better Dubbed Versions Than Original Japanese Sub

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  • Dubbed versions of anime are what allowed the industry to reach many corners of the globe and flourish.
  • These are 5 anime whose dubbed versions are better or as great as their original counterparts with Japanese dialogues.
  • Dubbing allows people who hail out of Japan to easily understand and watch anime, making them a fan.
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While the anime industry initially flourished in the country of Japan, it did not take much time for it to become a global sensation. There were a lot of series that were watched by millions of children around the globe, and it was made possible by dubbing the original audio of whatever was screening at the time.

For those who might not know, dubbing is the process of hiring voice actors to recreate dialogues from Japanese to another language, such as English, so it can reach a larger audience. This allowed people to enjoy watching many different series even if they did not know Japanese.

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One Piece Anime
One Piece Anime

It also remains a debate whether anime is better being watched with original audio along with subtitles, or is it better watching the dubbed version. The former option is what the majority of the watchers believe to be a superior choice, but the following is a list of series whose dubbed versions are far greater than the original.

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5. Dragon Ball Super Anime

Dragon Ball Super is one of the latest canon installments in the franchise, which ended back in 2018. While fans usually prefer watching other series of the Dragon Ball franchise created by Akira Toriyama with the original Japanese dialogues, the dubbing by Bang Zoom Entertainment of Dragon Ball Super made it just as fun as its original counterpart, making it one of the fan favorites.

The production of Dragon Ball seems to be far from over, as the manga series is still running and movies and other spin-offs are released regularly. It was also revealed that TOEI studio is planning to finally start Dragon Ball Daima in 2024.

Goku in Ultra Instinct form
Dragon Ball Super

4. Bleach

Bleach is considered to be one of the big 3 shōnen style anime, and was watched by many people around the globe while they were still young. It started airing back in 2004 and went on for a few years before ending in 2012. Since it was able to capture a large part of the American audience, Studiopolis was assigned the task of dubbing the production, and they managed to nail it, making it one of the greatest series ever.

Ichigo from Bleach
Bleach

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3. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Fullmetal Alchemist is a series that is considered to be one of the best anime to be ever produced, and that is justified by its rating on various platforms. With such a legacy, there was no doubt that it would need one of the greatest dubbing performances ever, which was delivered by none other than Funimation back in 2010.

Fullmetal Alchemist
Fullmetal Alchemist

2. Death Note

Death Note is a widely recognized anime and was the first choice of many watchers who hailed out of Japan. The series came out back in 2006, and its dub was appreciated by many fans, which was done by none other than Ocean Productions based in Canada.

Ryuk and Light in Death Note

1. Cowboy Bebop

Cowboy Bebop, one of the most influential 90s anime that came out over two decades ago in 1998 followed by its dub version in 2021 is called to be one of the most legendary anime series to be ever made. It was a major commercial success, and it was dubbed by the famous Animaze Studios.

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Cowboy Bebop
Cowboy Bebop

It is without a question thanks to the dubbed version of anime that allowed the industry to flourish and reach many corners of the world. Likewise, it remains a fundamental part of any production today, with nearly every studio ensuring that every series gets a dubbed version to reach a larger audience.

Aaditya Chugh

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Aaditya Chugh is a Gaming Content Writer at FandomWire. With a passion for everything gaming, he's the one you turn to for the latest insights and reviews straight from the industry. Whether he's diving into timeless classics like the first ever Doom or staying up-to-date with the newest releases like Helldivers 2 and Stellar Blade, he provides whatever you might need to stay in the loop.