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News Saint Seiya Omega TV Anime Sequel's Ad Aired
posted on 2012-03-15 19:15 EDT
A 19-second commercial began airing on TV Asahi for Saint Seiya Omega, the first Saint Seiya television anime series in 23 years. Hikaru Midorikawa stars as Kōga, the new Bronze Saint of the Pegasus constellation, in this mythological fantasy, but Seiya (Tohru Furuya) from the first Saint Seiya television series will appear as a Gold Saint.
The anime will premiere on April 1 at 6:30 a.m. after a March 31 premiere event that will be simulcast in both Japan as well as in Taiwan, Brazil, and France.
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