Takahiro Fujiwara Joins My Hero Academia Anime's Cast as Kurogiri
posted on 2016-05-22 06:30 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The official website for the My Hero Academia television anime series revealed on Sunday that Takahiro Fujiwara will play Kurogiri in the series. The website also revealed character designs for both Kurogiri and Nomu (Nomu's character doesn't speak), both of whom are members of the League of Villains.
Additionally, TOHO began streaming a sixth promotional video for the anime on Sunday, which introduces the League of Villains at the end of the video.
All Might: Let me tell you the truth... My Quirk was handed down to me like a sacred torch.
Text: The great power of a hero...
All Might: And it's your turn to receive it next.
Text: Falls into the hands of a single boy
Izuku: One... For... All...
Izuku: I'm going to take the first step to becoming the very hero I admired.
Text: And so, fate begins to move rapidly forward.
Ochaco: Deku, you kind of give off this vibe of always doing your best. I kind of like that.
Text: In the fight to become a hero...
Katsuki: He's just a pebble on the side of the road...
Text: Determination and will will collide
Izuku: He told me...! He told me that I could become a hero! That's why I'm going to go!
Tenya: So this is the strongest candidate...
Aizawa: You can't become a hero with that level of power.
All Might: Because I felt possibilities in both you and that other kid.
Katsuki: You damn nerd!!
Izuku: Don't you want to win because you're such an amazing person!?
Chiyo: Is the "Symbol of Peace" really all that important?
All Might: If it disappears, the society of superhumans will be tainted by evil.
Izuku: Unfortunately, that's exactly what appeared before us. It was an extremely high level of evil.
Shiragaki: Kill the Symbol of Peace...
The anime premiered on the MBS /TBS channel network's "Nichigo" timeslot on April 3, and airs every Sunday at 5:00 p.m. Funimation is streaming the series in Japanese with English subtitles in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland as it airs in Japan. The company is also streaming a Broadcast Dub.
Source: Comic Natalie
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