The Last Summoner Japanese Dubbed Version Reveals More Cast

Animated adaptation based on Chinese web comic currently streams on Crunchyroll

Hana poses dramatically with her familiar - a small creature that looks like a fanged flower - in a scene from the upcoming Japanese dubbed version of The Last Summoner TV animation.

 

A new preview video and three new cast members have been revealed for the upcoming Japanese dubbed version of The Last Summoner (known in Japan as Saigyo no Shoukanshi), a Chinese animated adaptation based on the web comic Zui Hou De Zhao Huan Shi about an ordinary young man who gets roped into a fantastical clash when he accidentally summons a goddess by mistake.

 

The new cast members include:

 

Miaowu voiced by Karin Isobe:

 

A character setting of Miaowu, a cat-girl Summoner from The Last Summoner TV animation. Miaowu has blonde hair and blue eyes as well as tan cat ears projecting from her head and a tan cat tail poking out of her shorts. She wears a green jacke, jean shorts, and sneakers and she stands with a haughty expression on her face and her left hand on her hip.

 

Hana voiced by Aina Aiba:

 

 

A character setting of Hana from The Last Summoner TV animation. Hana has hip length black hair and green eyes. She wears a blue blazer with a white dress shirt underneath capped with a light blue bow as well as a dark blue pleated skirt, thigh high black stockings, and black dress shoes. She sports a determined expression on her face, and her right arm is thrust outward in a broad, sweeping gesture.

 

Stan voiced by Hiyori Kono:

 

A character setting of Stan from The Last Summoner TV animation. Stan is an androgynous person with shoulder length blonde hair in a page boy cut and thick, Coke bottle eyeglasses. They wear a frilly, black and white Gothic Lolita maid outfit complete with a white headpiec, white fingerless gloves, and black boots.

 

 

 

RELATED: Japanese Dubbed Version of The Last Summoner Hits FOD in January

 

The Japanese dubbed version of The Last Summoner will stream on Fuji on Demand beginning on January 3, 2023, with additional streams to follow in Japan via d Anime Store, Bandai Channel, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and more. Crunchyroll currently streams the Chinese language version of The Last Summoner and describes the story of the series as follows:

 

Centuries ago, beings walked the planet that could summon souls. When young Ah Jie accidentally attracts the goddess Dora, he’s thrust into the supernatural world of these magical Summoners. Called to join forces with the Guardians, he must confront their greatest enemy—the Destroyers. All he wants is to conjure the best ramen recipe, but he’ll learn you can’t fight destiny!

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

Copyright notice: © ASK x bilibili

 

 

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Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

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