‘Chaos Dragon’ Anime Adds Marina Inoue And Miyuki Sawashiro To Japanese Voice Cast


'Chaos Dragon' Anime Adds Marina Inoue And Miyuki Sawashiro To Japanese Voice Cast
'Chaos Dragon' Anime Adds Marina Inoue And Miyuki Sawashiro To Japanese Voice Cast

  Sometimes collaboration can result in major fallout on a project.

Sometimes when creative minds do not see eye to eye, one person is forced to back out as a result of their lost vision.

Luckily in the case of the “Chaos Dragon” anime series, collaboration worked all the way into a release.

As the July release date for “Chaos Dragon” approaches, more Japanese cast members continue to be confirmed for the series.

The latest people added to the cast include Marina Inoue and Miyuki Sawashiro.

Some fans are responding to the addition of Inoue and Sawashiro as further reason to watch the series.

“Marina and Miyuki? You just keep finding ways to get me to watch this.

You’re not failing,” commented KH91 in an ANN forum .

Other previously announced Japanese voice cast members include Maaya Uchida, Soma Saito, and Unshou Ishizuka.

The series will be directed by Masato Matsune with series composition by Shou Aikawa and Ukyo Kodachi.

Hitoshi Sakimoto will handle the music.

For those who are not familiar with the series, My Anime List describes “Chaos Dragon” as follows: “The story takes place in Huanli (the Year of Dazzling) 3015.

Donatia and Kouran, two countries fighting for supremacy, are causing the world to be torn apart due to the constant war.

Amidst the strife is the island country Nil Kamui, which has lost its independence.

Red Dragon, the guardian god of Nil Kamui, goes out of control.

Will the island country be able to regain its independence?” My Anime List further explains how the concept for “Chaos Dragon” was devised: “‘Chaos Dragon’ is based on the role-playing fiction project Red Dragon, a story which was created by five notable character designers: Gen Urobochi (Fate/Zero), Kinoko Nasu (Kara no Kyoukai), Iduki Kougyoku (Mimizuku to Yoru no Ou), Ryohgo Narita (Durarara!!), and Simadoriru (member of the Stripe Pattern doujin circle).

The results of their tabletop role-playing game sessions over six days created material for a seven-volume light novel series.”    

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