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I must say... I have already watched some funimation episodes here on Portuguese TV and all that I can tell most is that, unfortunately, funimation's version is a no good for this kind of anime. Many of the voices are wrongly chosen some of them make too much noise between the words themselves. Some sound jokes are lost in the dubs. Nice try funimation but, for this anime, I prefer, among many others anime fans who tried this with subs, subs.
This is a great comedy. Good anime comedy is becoming rare so treasure every good comedy out there as much as we can! This anime picks up the idea of the super power aliens with super advanced technology and places them in a really hilarious situation where they are completely powerless and cannot take over the world. Strongly recommended for the comedy lovers.
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