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Netflix Anime 'Kengan Ashura' Announces Additional Cast Members

by tsubasalover
Oct 10, 8:19 AM | 16 Comments
The official website for Kengan Ashura anime has revealed a new key visual and announced additional cast members. The anime will be available worldwide via Netflix on 2019.

Cast
Rihito (Ichirou Nakata): Hayato Kaneko (Hatsukoi Monster)
Jun Sekibayashi: Tetsu Inada (Kobato.)
Cosmo Imai: Junya Enoki (Tsukumogami Kashimasu)
Setsuna Kiryuu: Daisuke Namikawa (Yume Oukoku to Nemureru 100-nin no Ouji-sama: Short Stories)

Pre-screening event of the anime will be held at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills on January 27, 2019. Tatsuhisa Suzuki (Ouma Tokita) and Tetsu Inada (Jun Sekibayashi) will attend the event.

Source: Moca News

16 Comments Recent Comments

Ooo. Something new!

Oct 13, 3:52 PM by Smithy299

I will watch!I like Netflix.

Oct 13, 3:33 PM by WritingPaper

Lugras said:
Hoppy said:
I'm not watching this on Netflix, Netflix will be bad for anime in the long run.


Why even voice your opinion if it's going to be this shit?


Honestly though. I'm so tired of people acting like Netflix is the absolute worst streaming service for anime, just because it isn't their entire library.

Oct 12, 1:14 PM by Umekoffee

Hoppy said:
Stripes said:
Interesting enough. Might watch.



What is Netflix doing that other streaming services aren't. At least it gives Studios a bit more reign to do certain projects and they wouldn't be all falling ass backwards trying to go for Netflix deals if other services were just all the same.


It is affecting the industry in a negative way, little by little. Currently it just slowly killing off OPs and EDs, but eventually if it actually does take over anime expect it to be Westernized to death, then you have the simulcast being in danger of dying as well, Netflix is not the future.


Implying that all op/eds are good and top of the game, and all anime ecchi/harem crap is even good for the industry tho
And I hope simulcast dies, its a fucking nightmare to watch JoJo weekly instead of binge watching it

Oct 12, 1:17 AM by ThEoNePugNA

Hoppy said:
I'm not watching this on Netflix, Netflix will be bad for anime in the long run.


Why even voice your opinion if it's going to be this shit?

Oct 11, 4:30 PM by Lugras

INTENSE BAKI VIBES
ME LIKE

Oct 11, 5:07 AM by ShadowMonkey

Oh please be good. I love the manga most dearly so I really hope they can nail the awesome art and fights.

Plus the manga might be localized & if it does I swear I will buy every volume the second they come out, even twice over if I have too.

Oct 10, 10:27 PM by Slimcoder

Whats funny is that anime where crunchyroll is on the production list ends up being the most rushed series. If you look at their credit list its full of overworked ppl. Meanwhile Netflix anime tends to have strong production because they aren't rushing the creators.

If anything Crunchyroll is ruining how anime is made and because of its popularity they fund more and more series and spreading the talent in japan thinnly.

Oct 10, 5:12 PM by moodie

Hoppy said:
It is affecting the industry in a negative way, little by little. Currently it just slowly killing off OPs and EDs, but eventually if it actually does take over anime expect it to be Westernized to death, then you have the simulcast being in danger of dying as well, Netflix is not the future.


There is no fucking way. The Japanese are still living in an era with television as a main source of entertainment, Netflix isn't killing the game in Japan.

And Westernization factor? Obviously not. There is plenty of stuff on Netflix that exists without it and creators could use being influenced by outside Eastern culture, I don't see how it determinants the work whatsoever.

Also really? Death of OP/ED is a huge concern here. Wow.

Oct 10, 4:25 PM by Stripes

Stripes said:
Interesting enough. Might watch.

Hoppy said:
I'm not watching this on Netflix, Netflix will be bad for anime in the long run.


What is Netflix doing that other streaming services aren't. At least it gives Studios a bit more reign to do certain projects and they wouldn't be all falling ass backwards trying to go for Netflix deals if other services were just all the same.


It is affecting the industry in a negative way, little by little. Currently it just slowly killing off OPs and EDs, but eventually if it actually does take over anime expect it to be Westernized to death, then you have the simulcast being in danger of dying as well, Netflix is not the future.

Oct 10, 4:00 PM by Hoppy

Interesting enough. Might watch.

Hoppy said:
I'm not watching this on Netflix, Netflix will be bad for anime in the long run.


What is Netflix doing that other streaming services aren't. At least it gives Studios a bit more reign to do certain projects and they wouldn't be all falling ass backwards trying to go for Netflix deals if other services were just all the same.

Oct 10, 3:56 PM by Stripes

Hoppy said:
I'm not watching this on Netflix, Netflix will be bad for anime in the long run.
If bad means the opposite of whatever trash we have been getting from the last 5 years then i will gladly take netflix.

Oct 10, 3:25 PM by moodie

I'm not watching this on Netflix, Netflix will be bad for anime in the long run.

Oct 10, 12:00 PM by Hoppy

This looks like Baki

I will watch it

Oct 10, 10:37 AM by thepath

Never knew about this project, will certainly watch it.

Oct 10, 9:49 AM by Punkero

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