Loveless: Vocal Collection
DVD | Box Set
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Loveless Vocal Collection contains episodes 1-12, both dubbed and subbed in English on 3 DVDs! Ritsuka's innocent childhood days comes to a bloody end when he loses the one person who understood him, his brother Seimei. Without him Ritsuka is left only with his insane mother. The enigmatic Soubi appears to change all that. Soubi was once partners with Seimei, a sacrifice who gave his energy so Soubi could fight. Now Soubi has come to Ritsuka looking for a new partner. Will Ritsuka find happiness chained to Soubi? Special Features: SD Theatre, Textless Opening. Audio: English dub, Japanese language with English subtitles.
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I think those that reviewed about the voices didn't really understand that Soubi is meant to sound a bit robotic. He has one purpose in life, and that is to fight for his sacrifice. He has had a hard life of training to make him understand that's his only purpose. And he's acting on Semei's orders, so, yes, his voice is meant to be a bit monotone, and I loved it in this! Also Ritsuka is a deeply depressed boy, and the voice actor for him captures that perfectly, only adding emotional depth when he's upset or being passionate about something. I was pleased to find that Yuiko's voice was very close the Japanese version. Probably the only voice I wasn't really happy with was Hitomi's, but it eventually grew on me.
I also don't understand the rants by people saying that the names are mispronounced. They aren't. If you look at their spelling, it may seem like they are, since if I say "Seimei" I would assume it's pronounced "Seh-meh" but anyone who actually listens to how it's pronounced by the Japanese voice actors, rather than imposing their own assumptions on it, will see that it is indeed pronounced "Say-may" There was only one name that was really mispronounced, and it wasn't a character name, it was a city name.
If you're a fan of the series, make your own judgement call on this, don't just assume it's another poorly done dubbing based on reviews here.
Moral of the story:
GO BUY LOVELESS THE COMPLETE COLLECTION. Don't waste your time or money on the English track, you'll only end up with tears of frustration and regret.