Can you feel that rumbling? It's the sound of Attack on Titan roaring to life for a combined orchestra and voice actor panel event in Tokyo, which is taking place this November ahead of Final Season Part 3 next year. Hit the jump for all the details!
Tokyo News Tsushinsha will release "Hiro Shimono Artist BOOK" (tentative title), which summarizes various artist activities of popular anime voice actor Hiro Shimono (Zenitsu Agatsuma in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba) to date, on March 16, 2022. Hit the jump for more details including sample photos from the book.
The agency for Hiro Shimono, who is best known for voicing Zenitsu in Demon Slayer: Kimestu no Yaiba, announced today that the voice actor has been cleared by his local health center to return to work after coming down with COVID-19 a second time. More after the jump.
The agency for voice actor Hiro Shimono, I'm Enterprise revealed today that Shimono has once again tested positive for COVID-19 after contracting the disease back in July 2021. The agency noted that Shimono was already under self-quarantine after being deemed a close contact for a few days and underwent a PCR test due to this. More after the jump.
On July 2, we reported that Demon Slayer's Hiro Shimono had tested positive for COVID-19. Because of this, Shimono had to undergo treatment and isolation. However, it was announced today that Shimono has made a full recovery and is fit to return to work on July 13! More details after the jump!
The website for Hiro Shimono's agency I'm Enterprise reported on Friday that the Demon Slayer star, who also voices Connie in Attack on Titan and Dabi in My Hero Academia among other roles, had tested positive for COVID-19 and was undergoing treatment in accordance with his local health center and health authorities. More details after the jump!
On the day he live-streamed a special web program to promote his first album "WE GO!" to be released on August 19, voice actor Hiro Shimono opened his official Twitter account @shimono_kousiki. In his first post, he thanked the viewers who watched the program and asked for future support. Hit the jump for more details.