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The problem isn't the voice actors, it's your perception of the emotions being conveyed in the manga. Written works are open to interpretation based on how the reader sees things. The anime, however, conveys exactly what the writers (well, writers or whoever) want in the exact way they want to convey it. The character of Hashirama is meant to be contrary to popular belief in every way except for his wisdom and power. As I was writing this I reviewed both the manga and anime, and I find that Hashirama's voice actor is lackluster overall, in a really big way. This is going off of the english translation of both anime and manga, but bold text usually means that the person is talking much louder than they normally do, usually yelling. The translations of the manga on mangapanda and the anime on narutoget might also be to blame, they are very different in the more subtle meanings and stuff, but at least it isn't a dub. A little off topic now, huh?
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The problem isn't the voice actors, it's your perception of the emotions being conveyed in the manga. Written works are open to interpretation based on how the reader sees things. The anime, however, conveys exactly what the writers (well, writers or whoever) want in the exact way they want to convey it. The character of Hashirama is meant to be contrary to popular belief in every way except for his wisdom and power. As I was writing this I reviewed both the manga and anime, and I find that Hashirama's voice actor is lackluster overall, in a really big way. This is going off of the english translation of both anime and manga, but bold text usually means that the person is talking much louder than they normally do, usually yelling. The translations of the manga on mangapanda and the anime on narutoget might also be to blame, they are very different in the more subtle meanings and stuff, but at least it isn't a dub. A little off topic now, huh? Ok, maybe the problem is the voice actors.

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The problem isn't the voice actors, it's your perception of the emotions being conveyed in the manga. Written works are open to interpretation based on how the reader sees things. The anime, however, conveys exactly what the writers (well, writers or whoever) want in the exact way they want to convey it. The character of Hashirama is meant to be contrary to popular belief in every way except for his wisdom and power. As I was writing this I reviewed both the manga and anime, and I find that Hashirama's voice actor is lackluster overall, in a really big way. This is going off of the english translation of both anime and manga, but bold text usually means that the person is talking much louder than they normally do, usually yelling. The translations of the manga on mangapanda and the anime on narutoget might also be to blame, they are very different in the more subtle meanings and stuff, but at least it isn't a dub. A little off topic now, huh? Ok, maybe the problem is the voice actors.

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