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pastro243 said:
Nymeria said:

Please post viewing parties from anywhere, I was made aware of this and loved seeing the enthusiasm for the show.

This is also from ecuador, 5000 people gathered to watch it in one place 

https://trome.pe/programas-tv/dragon-ball-super-130-impresionante-ecuador-machala-video-fotos-78572?foto=1 

That's awesome, thank you for sharing.



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Hell yeah. I think literally all my friends liked DBZ growing up. I doubt any of them watch Super now, tho.



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Nowhere near the same impact it once had.



Dragon Ball Super is pretty huge in brazil, Crunchyroll (Brazilian server) crashes every time it launches a new episode.



     


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HomokHarcos said:
How easy is it to find anime in Spanish or Portuguese?

Here in Brazil pretty much every big anime gets translate at some point. There is a big history with animes and Brazil, during the 80's and 90's there was an channel called Manchete and a good chunck of it's programming were dedicated on animes and tokusatsu, so Dragon Ball, Yu Yu Hakusho, BattleShip Yamato, Ultraman, Speed Racer, Saint Seya, Sailor Moon, Jaspion were as popular (or sometimes even more popular) as some american cartoons. Animes are still huge over here.

As a matter of fact, believe it or not, there is an official big budget movie of Jaspion being produced here by Sato to be released next year.



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John2290 said:
Correction. Everyone likes Dragonball. Winky face emote.

I guess I'm not "one", then.



Hey, I really like DB Super as well. It's a pretty fun show... Episode 130 was so dang exciting xD



 

              

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Stuart23 said:
HomokHarcos said:
How easy is it to find anime in Spanish or Portuguese?

Here in Brazil pretty much every big anime gets translate at some point. There is a big history with animes and Brazil, during the 80's and 90's there was an channel called Manchete and a good chunck of it's programming were dedicated on animes and tokusatsu, so Dragon Ball, Yu Yu Hakusho, BattleShip Yamato, Ultraman, Speed Racer, Saint Seya, Sailor Moon, Jaspion were as popular (or sometimes even more popular) as some american cartoons. Animes are still huge over here.

As a matter of fact, believe it or not, there is an official big budget movie of Jaspion being produced here by Sato to be released next year.

I had no idea anime in general was that popular in Brazil. Seems like there are a lot fans and I wonder if Japan attempts to target that audience.

How popular is Woody Woodpecker (Pica pau) in Brazil? I remember when it was actually easier to find the Portuguese dubs of the cartoons than the original English language versions.



HomokHarcos said:
Stuart23 said:

Here in Brazil pretty much every big anime gets translate at some point. There is a big history with animes and Brazil, during the 80's and 90's there was an channel called Manchete and a good chunck of it's programming were dedicated on animes and tokusatsu, so Dragon Ball, Yu Yu Hakusho, BattleShip Yamato, Ultraman, Speed Racer, Saint Seya, Sailor Moon, Jaspion were as popular (or sometimes even more popular) as some american cartoons. Animes are still huge over here.

As a matter of fact, believe it or not, there is an official big budget movie of Jaspion being produced here by Sato to be released next year.

I had no idea anime in general was that popular in Brazil. Seems like there are a lot fans and I wonder if Japan attempts to target that audience.

How popular is Woody Woodpecker (Pica pau) in Brazil? I remember when it was actually easier to find the Portuguese dubs of the cartoons than the original English language versions.

Oh Woody is crazy popular. I've heard it was the first cartoon to be released here, like ever. It is that one thing you can always find playing on TV over and over. Hey, you know how there is a bunch of memes of Spongebob and every week there is a new one and people can easily remember all of the jokes and dialogues? It is pretty much the same thing but with Woody Woodpecker.



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It's a little odd, because I always considered France to be a bit anime obsessive. So I would expect to hear more about french viewing parties, but I don't hear a word about them.

Instead we hear about latin american viewing parties rather than say Spain or Portugal.