Hey @Vuxovich, Here is what the Five Anime Distributors would be for the Big 5 Media Conglomerates
Sentai Filmworks would be owned by Disney
NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan would still be owned by Comcast
Funimation would still be owned by Sony
CBSParamount Entertainment Japan would be owned by ViacomCBS
Viz Media would be owned by WarnerMedia
Hey Vuxovich, could you imagine if One Piece was dubbed by FUNimation Entertainment from the beginning. Could you also imagine if ViacomCBS competed with Funimation, Sentai Filmworks, Viz Media and Geneon Entertainment.
Warner Bros. did to the Xiaolin Dragons Kickstarter project what Sega did to "Sonic Universe #50". WB killed the Xiaolin Dragons Kickstarter project, either for some reason or "Xiaolin Chronicles" was "a DIC-level licensed adaptation" that deviated heavily from "Xiaolin Showdown". What do you think, guys?!
While visiting TV Tropes, I had to convince people that one of Xiaolin Showdown/Chronicles' creative forces and some of international voice actors have/had passed away since the conclusion of ''Chronicles''. I wonder. What is the future for the Xiaolin franchise?
Hey Vuxovich Are you ok if James Arnold Taylor (Known for voicing Johnny Test from the show of the same name and Ratchet from the Ratchet & Clank franchise) voiced Tails in your Dream cast for if Sonic X was dub by The Ocean Group
At this moment, I don't really know who really bought the Powerpuff Girls Z license (I swear it wasn't Cartoon Network) and I don't really know what motivated the distributor to hire the Ocean Group for the dub instead of the original 1998 show's cast.
Barbie: Princess Adventure has a fun casting decision. Barbie's lookalike Princess Amelia is voiced by Erica Lindbeck when speaking and Jordyn Kane when singing. Both had been in other Barbie projects, with Erica being Barbie before America Young took over, and Jordyn doing her singing in various movies before Elli Moore took over.
So, a new VeggieTales podcast has started this week, and let me tell you, it's not that good. For one thing, the voice actors are all different. Seriously. Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki did not deserve to be let go.