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Dubbed anime coming to Wakanim Nordic?



  • I have a preference for watching dubbed anime over subbed, and I've been consistently disappointed by other streaming services due to their lack of dubbed anime available (save for HIDIVE, and even then it's a smaller, obscure selection).

    I would like to know if any other members here agree, and if there are any plans to bring more dubbed anime to the Nordic countries.



  • Nice! Can you also tell me from where I can find more Andy Yeatman shows? I have exhausted the ones available on Netflix. I really want to watch fun series again. My vacation has started and I don’t want to get bored. My cousins are coming over and even they want to watch good shows and movies.



  • Yes mate recently i have seen a site which is providing many dubbed anime movies and tv series including cartoons too.But unfortunately i forgot the sire name but its structure looks like 123movies and similar sites.If i come across that site again i will definitely give u a link over here.



  • @majormountain a dit :
    I have a preference for watching dubbed anime over subbed, and I've been consistently disappointed by other streaming services due to their lack of dubbed anime available (save for HIDIVE, and even then it's a smaller, obscure selection).
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    > I would like to know if any other members here agree, and if there are any plans to bring more dubbed anime to the Nordic countries.



    Funimation who produces most anime dubs and currently they only operate in the UK and US, so I think you're best bet to get dubbed anime streaming is on here and Hidive. As Hidive is owned by sentai filmworks who dubs a LOT of their anime - and wakanim who are owned by aniplex who dub some of their stuff.

    If you got a Crunchyroll sub then here's a forum post that gets updated all the time with their current offerings of anime dubs. Just keep in mind that some of their dubs are limited to certain countries/areas.

    Cruncyroll dub post

    Netflix has also started to get a bunch of dubbed anime in case you're a subscriber over there.

    Buying DVD's and Blu-ray's are also always a option for you, I would say that most dubbed anime are offered over there. If you want to purchase anime DVD's and Blu-ray's then I would recommend these websites.

    Anime online
    Amazon UK

    I know Crunchyroll gets really really salty when this is brought up in conversations on their forum, so I'm not sure if Wakanim is ok with it. But if you feel like the options I provided above isn't enough, then I would recommend purchasing a reliable VPN service like Tunnelbear or privateinternetaccess that allows you to hide your location and bypass restrictions. So you could with a VPN purchase a subscription to Funimation in the US and stream all of their dubs that way. If you end up buying a Funimation subscription through a VPN, just make sure to purchase using paypal as they unlike banks tend to hide the location of their users.