ShadowFalls wrote:Shouldn't be offended so easily. Sometimes they feel the need to censor or edits things that wasn't needed to be done. The attempt to make things more kiddy for a younger audience. If you bought the DVDs, there wouldn't be a reason to complain.
Please explain to me why they would change the color of a character for ANY reason? If you are not a person of color, don't tell me what I shouldn't be offended by.
Okay, this is getting ridiculous. I had to log in just to put your stupidity in check. I'm a person of color (black) so i CAN criticize you. First things first, i never, Ever, EVER, though of Mr Popo as being black. I've been watching DBZ since i was a kid and the "Oh snap, why is he so black?" though never even DREAMED of crossing my mind. He was a character in a anime, that's all i needed to know and that's all i thought. In fact, i never payed his color attention untill they burned him blue.
Now, with that aside, let me say that WHO CARES THAT HE'S BLUE. You're making a big deal out of nothing, if you knew he wasn't supposed to be blue that implies that you have seen the original DBZ before and know his true color, if that's why are you offended? Don't blame the company, blame America, there to scared that someone who gets as easily offended as you will attack them with lawsuits because of Mr Popos color. If you don't like the edits, DON'T WATCH IT. Simple as that, instead of complaining like a low self esteem idiot how bought you buy the DVDs. That way, not only don't you have anything to complain about but you are SUPPORTING THE SERIES and industry like you should. About the whole "i care what the masses see" if a person doesn't know Popos true color how can it bother them and how can they think its racist? and if they do know his true color then blame ignorant arrogant people for suing shows like this just because of the color of someones skin.
Sorry if i came off as harsh but when you come in here pointing figures like this without having NO IDEA how the industry works and doing no research what so ever you brought it upon yourself, especially when you shrug off everyone who tries to explain it to you.