The bit about it being dubbed in the USA is misleading and should be deleted. So far all Viz are doing are SUBBING the Naruto Shippuden episodes and showing them on their website, there is no indication at all that they will be shown on TV any time soon or that they will be dubbed
126.96.36.199 05:43, 26 February 2009 (UTC) Well, actually there is some indication of a dub. I know for a fact that I saw a trailer on that site that was dubbed in english, but for some reason it's gone now. But mark my words... it was in english. Honestly, Viz needs to dub this, I want to hear more of Quinten Flynn as Deidara and please... get a new voice for Naruto (the old one fits, but is annoying). I've never seen anything so ridicules, Viz is so lazy and desperate to catch up with Japan that they just slap some subtitles on?
I know i saw those trailers too but then they started showing them with subs. But it looks like they will be dubbed as the game (which is coming out at the end of march) is all dubbed with english voice actors so we will see if Viz decides to use that as a launch for dubbed episodes as well
188.8.131.52 What do you mean... looks like it's dubbed? Have there been any trailers that have english languages? I've been desperatly trying to find out if it has english dialogue. I see that the writing is in english, but how do I know that the writing and text boxes are all in english but the dialogue is untranslated?
Well, as the one who typed that bit on Shippuden being dubbed in the U.S. should be taken seriously, 'cause I read it on wikipedia. What's more, it has been listed for the amercan actors, and for a supposed lie to reach a place on wikipedia, which millions of people read, edit, and manage, it would have to come from somewhere credible. It should be noted that it's been ther for a few months now, so don't be so quick to judge, and check more than one source, okay.--Kagimizu 18:57, 13 March 2009 (UTC)
I read that Naruto: Shippūden will be premiering on April 4th. Is this true!? I mentioned this on my User Talk. So who put that bit up, and where did you find that info!? I ask because I live in the U.S., and I'm really excited about it, and have a lot of questions, like what about the last filler arcs? And if it's a lie...That is cruel and unusual for every single U.S. citizen that is a fan of the Naruto anime, and is a very, very serious lie! So, be sure it's true, or that could get you blocked or something.--Kagimizu 01:41, 19 March 2009 (UTC)