Fansubbing Standards

Lately certain individuals have insinuated our editing was not up to par.

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173 Responses to “Fansubbing Standards”

  1. Fag It says:

    People stop complaining before Commie makes the next release look like an e. e. cummings poem.

  2. God says:


    >Implying /v/ kids understand basic English

  3. MizuhoChan says:

    As far as I’m concerned, commie are brilliant. I always get commie releases whenever possible.

    I also compared ZnT, Horrible, Hadena and Commie. Because ZnT is my favourite anime/novel ever. Commie was definitely the best. Though I think Brimir was subbed as something else.

    Episode 4 where ;_;. Hadena has 5 out now.

  4. Max_O says:

    Commie has come a long way from the old web rip days. Now I wait for Commie releases, they are definitely among those setting the bar.
    Most of the people criticizing subs couldn’t sub a milk carton if their lives depended on it.

    “Every ass wants to stand with the kings horses, which explains the existence of critics” – I don’t know who said this, but it’s more than true.

  5. molitar says:

    Thank you Commie. I go for your releases first always. Horriblesubs follows a close second but I really hate that they are too lazy to sub openings and ending so have no clue what the song is about. Keep up the great work!

  6. Just a dude says:

    They just mad, Commie. Your subs are the best ones, even if you take some time to release, at least it’s worth it.

  7. The Moondoggie says:

    “People stop complaining before Commie makes the next release look like an e. e. cummings poem.”

    I want to see that. They should do the next Another with YeOldeEnglish… If they can…

  8. >2012>commie says:

    >book looks like its never been opened

  9. Rembard says:

    >Garner’s Modern American Usage


    Explains a lot.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Can we could back out?