A new Digimon Adventure awaits
Join us as we look at the third instalment of the Digimon Adventure Tri. movies and we also bring exciting news for the D.Gray-man Hallow fanatiks that prefer to watch anime with English dub instead of in Japanese with English subtitles.
Digimon Adventure Tri. Kokuhaku
Prepare yourself as the third Digimon Adventure Tri. movie (Digimon Adventure Tri. Kokuhaku) will open in theatres on September 24 in Japan. A new commercial for the movie started airing last week during the episodes for the anime series Orange and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable. Izzy, Meiko, Patamon, Tentomon and Meikūmon features in the commercial.
It is hinted that Takeru, Patamon, Koushiro and Tentomon will be the main focus of this movie and after the shocking events of Digimon Adventure Tri. Ketsui is must be an epic follow up to the second movie. The adventure is going to evolve again! Ketsui opened in Japan on March 11 and the first adventure movie, Digimon Adventure tri. Sakai opened in November last year. It is highly likely that it Kokuhaku will be streamed on the Internet in four episodes like the previous two movies. The Digimon Adventure Tri. movie series celebrated the 15th anniversary of the original Digimon Adventure series and will be six movies at the end of the project.
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Last Friday Funimation has announced the broadcast dub cast of the D.Gray-man Hallow anime. The dub will launch on August 3rd. The exciting news is that Funimation is bringing back the entire original dub cast they used in D-Gray-man. The cast list includes Todd Haberkorn as Allen Walker, Luci Christian as Lenalee Lee, Christopher R. Sabat as Cross Marian, Jason Liebrecht as Lavi and The Millennium Earl, Eric Vale as Arystar Krory, Colleen Clinkenbeard as Miranda Lotto, R Bruce Elliott as Bookman, Michael Tatum as Komui Lee, Chuck Huber as Reever Wenhamm, Christopher Bevins as Johnny Gill, Sean Hennigan as Malcom C. Lveille, Aaron Roberts as Howard Link, Micah Solusod as Kie and Mark Stoddard as Mana Walker.
D. Gray-man is based on Katsura Hoshino’s manga and revolves around Allen Walker, an exorcist who had been fighting against Akuma and Millennium Earl. The anime also includes other exorcists and their struggle to keep mankind safe from evil. The Japanese dub version started airing on July 4 in Japan. The original 103-episode D.Gray-man anime series aired in 2006-2008.
Here is the D.Gray-man Hallow Japanese Trailer. Please follow our link: http://bit.ly/D-Gray-man-Hallow-Trailer
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