Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS (TV)

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Alternative title:
遊☆戯☆王VRAINS (Japanese)
Plot Summary: The city where network systems are developed: Den City. The giant company SOL Technology Co. is based there, and it uses advanced technology that it created to construct "LINK VRAINS," a virtual-reality space. In LINK VRAINS, a mysterious hacking group that hacks through duels called "The Hanoi Knights" appears. Their goal is to bring about the destruction of the "World of AI: Cyverse" that exists somewhere in the network. However, there is one duelist in LINK VRAINS willing to stand up to this threat. His name is Playmaker. Playmaker defeats The Hanoi Knights in a fierce duel, and then leaves without saying a word. Playmaker's real identity is the high school student Yūsaku Fujiki. For Yūsaku, he spends so much time in LINK VRAINS because he is searching for the truth to an incident that happened in his past.
Running time: half hour
Episode titles: We have 19
Vintage:
2017-05-10
2018-09-01 (Canada - Teletoon English)
Opening Theme:
#1: "With The Wind" by Hiroaki "TOMMY" Tominaga
#2: "go forward" by KIMERU
Ending Theme:
#1: "Believe In Magic" by Ryoga (龍雅-Ryoga-) (eps 1-24)
#2: "Writing Life" by Goodbye holiday (eps 25-)
#3: "BOY" by uchuu,
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Masahiro Hosoda
Series Composition: Shin Yoshida
Original creator: Kazuki Takahashi
Character Design: Ken'ichi Hara
Sound Director: Hiroki Matsuoka

Duel Layout: Masahiro Hikokubo
Key Animation: Qiao Huang (ep 2)
Theme Song Performance:
Goodbye Holiday (ED2)
Hiroaki "Tommy" Tominaga (OP#1)
Kimeru (OP2)
Ryoga (ED1)
Issei Maeda as
??? (eps 50, 57-58)
Light Ignis (ep 68)
Shōya Ishige as Yūsaku Fujiki/Playmaker
Yuki Nakashima as Aoi Zaizen/Blue Angel

Daiki Hamano as Gō Onizuka/Go Onizuka
Daiki Kajimoto as Spectre
Kenji Matsuda as Bowman
Ryoko Shiraishi as Haru
Ryouta Suzuki as Jin Kusanagi
Shunsuke Takeuchi as Revolver
Subaru Kimura as Shōichi Kusanagi
Takahiro Sakurai as Ignis
Takanori Okuda as Kengo Donjun/Blood Shepherd
Taku Yashiro as Flame
Yuuki Kaji as Takeru Homura/Soulburner

Aki Kanada as Linkuriboh
Akihisa Wakayama as Suzuki
Ami Koshimizu as Kyoko Taki/Baira
Aoi Inase as Takeru Homura (young)
Aruno Tahara as Takeru's grandfather
Ayako Kawasumi as Aqua
Chiharu Sawashiro as Naoki Shima
Chihiro Ikki as Hayami
Chihiro Suzuki as Windy
Eizou Tsuda as Onizuka's manager
IKKAN as
Bishop
MC
Ikumi Hasegawa as Hana
Kana Oomura as Yūsaku Fujiki (young)
Konomi Tsuboi as Kengo's mother
Mako Mutō as Shōichi Kusanagi (young)
Manabu Sakamaki as
Prototype Ai-A
Prototype Ai-B
Masaaki Ihara as Isomaki
Masaaki Yano as
Boot
Knight
Kotaro Mizunuma
Sato
Masayuki Katou as Kitamura
Megumi Koyama as Queen
Minami Takahashi as
Roboppy
Ryoken Kogami (young)
Miyuri Shimabukuro as Kiku Kamishirakawa
Ryouta Suzuki as
Makoto Kimishima
Yoroizaka
Satoshi Mikami as Asō/Faust
Sho Nogami as Ryujiro Mizunuma
Shouma Yamamoto as Aki Zaizen
Takayuki Sugo as Kiyoshi Kogami
Takuya Kirimoto as Dr. Genome
Tomokazu Seki as
Eagle
Saito/Pigeon
Yamamoto/Frog
Yorie Terauchi as Takeru's grandmother
Yuna Kamakura as Ema Bessho
Yuusuke Tonozaki as Kenmochi
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
Emily Kramer as Skye Zaizen / Blue Angel
Jake Paque as Yusaku Fujiki

Billy Bob Thompson as Specter
Daniel J. Edwards as
Gore
Varus
Sam Black as Koulter

Barrett Leddy as Akira Zaizen
Billy Bob Thompson as Pigeon
Marc Thompson as Frog
Megan MacPhee as Emma / Ghost Gal
Mike Pollock as Gore's manager
Sam Black as
Knight
Roboppi

English companies
Broadcaster: Teletoon (Canada)
Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll (simulcast)
Licensed by: 4K Media Inc.
Production: 4K Media Inc.
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
(none)
Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll
Spanish cast
(none)
Italian cast
Italian staff
Dubbing Director: Graziano Galoforo
Matteo De Mojana as Yusaku Fujiki

Graziano Galoforo as I.A. (Ignis)
Lorenzo Scattorin as Varis (Revolver)

Ruggero Andreozzi as Akira Zaizen
Italian companies
Broadcaster: K2 (from 18 June 2018)
Dubbing: Merak Film

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