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A great comic but a very bad anime... What a pity ! Cédric, Nicolas (Cédric's best friend), Chen (Cédric's love), Nicolas d'Aulnay des Charentes du Ventou (snobbish boy, Cédric hates him) and the others aren't very convincing on TV... The dubbing is mediocre and Cédric as external narrator is a bad idea... That's a pity because "Cédric" is really a great comic with a wonderful scenario by Raoul Cauvin. But the anime can be a distraction when we don't know what to do... I love Cédric's grandfather, he's too funny ! When he burst out laughing because of Cédric's father or something else, it's hilarious !!! To sum up, "Titeuf" is a great adaptation of the comic but "Cédric" is failed...
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