I do not know the amount of profit that TPCi and FUNimation make from their dubs, but it seems that if a small company like FUNimation can afford to keep all the Japanese music in their dubs, then TPCi (the owner of one of the most successful franchises in history) should be able to do the same. If this is a case in which the dubbers think that children will not like the Japanese music since it isn't playing to match the movements of every step a character makes all over the place like their own music, then I don't see how they came to that conclusion. I mean, not all children in America are ADHD viewers who will refuse to watch any show that does not have tunes that resemble an episode of Tom and Jerry or the original Mickey Mouse cartoon from the early 90's.
Last edited by Gipauchii; 28th January 2014 at 8:36 PM.
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