Dragon Ball Piccolo VA Toshio Furukawa Joins the Cast of DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai

Crunchyroll is currently simulcasting the fantasy series

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As the iconic voice behind Dragon Ball's Piccolo, One Piece's Ace and Fist of the North Star's Shin, Toshio Furukawa goes back a long way with Toei Animation's work — now, it's just been revealed that he's joined the studio's current production of DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai as Myst-Vearn, debuting in Episode 91 earlier today.

 

 

An updated "True Vearn" anime visual was also released after the broadcast.

 

 

 

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Based on the 1989 manga series by Riku Sanjo and Koji Inada, DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai is helmed by Kazuya Karasawa at studio Toei Animation, with series composition by Katsuhiko Chiba, character designs by Emiko Miyamoto and music by Yuki Hayashi (Haikyu!!, My Hero Academia).

 

If you're a fan of fantasy adventure anime, don't miss the epic story so far or new episodes of DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai, right here on Crunchyroll!

 

The world that was once afflicted by Hadlar, the Dark Lord, has regained peace in the hands of a swordsman called the "hero" and his companions. Delmurin Island became a place where monsters released from the Dark Lord lived.

 

Dai, who is the only human on the island and longs to be a hero, lives in peace with the monsters. However, that life completely changes with the resurrection of the Dark Lord Hadlar. With promises from teachers, encounters with friends, and a destiny that cannot be escaped... In order to save the world, the adventure of Dai and his quest to be a hero begins!

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

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