On a very special interview episode, we are joined by some of the biggest anime voice actors ever. With Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero releasing today in the United States in theatres, we are releasing our round table interview with the cast of the film. I cannot believe I am about to write all the names I am going to write but here we go… our Anime August interview…
In the first roundtable, we are chatting with Zeno Robinson (Hawks in My Hero Academia and Cyborg in Young Justice) who is playing Gamma 2 in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, Jason Marnocha (Megatron in Transformers: Combiner Wars and Keicho Nijimura in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure) who plays Carmine, & Zach Aguilar (Tanjiro Kamado in Demon Slayer and Byleth in Fire Emblem) who plays Dr. Hedo. We chat about what makes a good hero voice and what legacy means to Dr. Hedo.
In the second roundtable, we chat with Christopher Sabat (Piccolo/Vegeta) , Kyle Hebert (Gohan) & Sean Schemmel (Goku). The energy of these three is as big as the room itself. It’s clear how long they’ve worked with one another by how they go off tangent with stories about one another. We do get to ask our patented sandwich question that Sean gives a VERY specific answer that lights up Dan’s life.
Getting to chat with so many big name anime voice actors is a gem in our Anime August for Dan who was only recently converted into an anime fan as of last year. Check out our first three episodes of the month below!
Chainsaw Man: Dan, Amanda, Amir, and Jake dig into the hottest new horror manga out there before the Anime premieres in October. Hope you’re ready for some VRRM VRRM.
Digimon: Jake and Jon digivolve into digital champions to save the digital world.
Your Name: Ashley, Scarlett, Jake, and Gunner talk about the hit film and Jake talks about a bunch of off topic stuff.
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