Voice Acting For JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind Anime Concludes
posted on by Kim Morrissy
The main voice cast submitted comments after the recording. Some of the comments are listed below:
Kensho Ono (Giorno Giovanna): "I want to keep playing as Giorno, but even more than that I feel a strong sense of accomplishment. This truly has been a 'Golden Experience.'"
Yūichi Nakamura (Bruno Bucciarati): "Yelling out ARI ARI over and over made a strong impression on me. I had to count out exactly how many ARIs I was supposed to utter."
Junichi Suwabe (Leone Abbacchio): "Don't miss the final two episodes! I hope you rewatch Giorno's battles through legal methods as you wait for the finale to come out."
Kousuke Toriumi (Guido Mista): "It felt like we actors were like a team, having fun together every week. Also, I've always liked Italy, but now I like it even more."
Daiki Yamashita (Narancia Ghirga): "I'm really happy I was able to work on a series that continues to have such a broad appeal. It continues to be loved even by my parents' generation."
Junya Enoki (Pannacotta Fugo): "I'm so happy that the staff gave Fugo more screen-time in the anime."
Sayaka Senbongi (Trish Una): "I've loved this part ever since I first read the manga. I'm sad that it's come to an end. But the anime isn't over yet, so make sure you watch it to the end!"
Fuminori Komatsu (Jean-Pierre Polnareff): "It's been an honor to reprise my role as Polnareff. Polnareff only appears at the end, but I feel like I've been on a long journey ever since the beginning of part 3."
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind is the manga's fifth part that continues the story from the previous entries in Hirohiko Araki's JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga. The story begins when Jotaro asks Koichi to travel to Naples to investigate a person known as Haruno Shiobana, whose real name is later revealed as Giorno Giovanna. The story then follows Giorno in his goal to rise to the top of the Passione mafia group and turn it into a band of honorable thieves. The anime premiered last October.
Source: Comic Natalie