The time for journey is about to start when the brand new Dragon Quest: The Journey of Dai TV anime adaptation begins broadcasting in October 2020. To get followers excited for the upcoming collection, primarily based on the manga by Riku Sanjo and Koji Inada, Toei Animation shared the primary key visible for the collection, alongside the announcement of who will probably be voicing Brass and Gome-chan.
⚔️NEW VISUAL⚔️ Dragon Quest: The Journey of Dai.
The brand new collection premieres this October in Japan. #DragonQuest #Dai #DQ #Anime pic.twitter.com/i7KjYKImSZ
— Toei Animation (@ToeiAnimation) August 5, 2020
Becoming a member of the remainder of the forged will probably be Kenichi Ogata (Gran Torino in My Hero Academia) voicing Brass, and Ai Furihata (Ruby Kurosawa in Love Stay! Sunshine!!) voicing the winged creature Gome-chan. Furihata commented on the casting saying "Pii! (Let's do our greatest!)"
Dragon Quest: The Journey of Dai is scheduled to start broadcasting on TV Tokyo and affiliated channels in Japan from October 2020, with animation produced at Toei Animation.
Sources: Toei Animation on Twitter, Comedian Natalie
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