This guys gonna be at our library soon and I wondered if any anime lovers would be interested.
That's a lousy way to advertise him, if you ask me. I'd much rather market Eric Stuart as the guy who does the voice of Gourry from Slayers.
But yeah, Eric Stuart's a cool guy. But why couldn't they air Slayers instead of Yu-Gi-Oh?
I don't know. I know next to nothing about anime, except that Ive watched Avatar The Last Airbender series. I suppose his agent told them to promote him that way.
Avatar: The Last Airbender actually is not anime; the art style is very reminiscent of late 90s anime, to be sure, but it was conceived and produced by an American animation company, thus it is not technically anime. Anime is a term reserved for animation from Japan, China, and Korea, although only Japanese works enjoy international popularity.
That said, A:TLA is a fantastic show. The voice acting is a bit hokey at times, but the story is timeless and the action is engaging.
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