Wulin Warriors: Legend of the Seven Stars (2006– )

TV Series   |  Fantasy

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Lone Sword, Scar and Phoenix were selected as children to train with the Sensei Oracle in his mountaintop academy, and ever since have devoted their lives the way of the sword. But as ... See full summary »


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31 January 2020 | jeremycrimsonfox
| Disrespecting A Classic Taiwanese Puppet Show
Wulin Warriors is a dub of Pili, a puppet show from Taiwan that aired as far back as 1985. Basically, it was aired on Toonami, despite protests from the block's co-creator Jason DeMarco, but was cancelled after two of the fourteen episodes were aired due to bad ratings and complaints (then again, it was a puppet show airing on a network that was supposed to air cartoons 24/7).

But the main problem is that this dub is so horrible, it is disrespect to the original show. The theme song is a stupid hip hop song that basically makes most 4Kids theme sound like masterpieces, and characters are ruined. Mainly the character of Scar, whose Pili counterpart, Ye Hsiao-Chai, was a mute, but here, he is voiced by Sean Schemmel (famous for being the English voice actor of Goku), and he spews some awful one-liners (like the infamous one in the first episode where he asks Lone Sword, the main protagonist, pizza-related stuff, including consulting to what he calls a "pizza oracle"). Also, some of the names are horrible (one character, a female mercenary, is called Rainbow, while another is called Crybaby). This is a horrible dub, and Cartoon Network should have taken Jason's warning seriously and rejected it.

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6 February 2006



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