News Shouta Aoi Performs New Opening Theme For Future Card Buddyfight Triple D Anime
posted on 2016-08-15 01:15 EDT
Voice actor and singer Shouta Aoi announced on his blog on Sunday that he will perform the new opening theme song "DDD" for the Future Card Buddyfight Triple D anime. The new theme song will premiere in the show in October. The song's single, which is Aoi's seventh single, will ship on October 19. Aoi voices Gaito Kurouzu in the series.
Aoi performed theme songs for First Love Monster, Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation, and This Boy is a Professional Wizard.
Future Card Buddyfight Triple D is the third season of the anime franchise. The show premiered on April 2.
Crunchyroll describes the series:
Gao Mikado, a 6th year student of the Aibo Academy Elementary Division, is partnered with Dragon of the Sun, Bal Dragon, a monster born from a mysterious egg. To earn the coveted title as the strongest fighter in the world, Gao and Bal team up to challenge other fighters in the "World Buddy Cup". The two will have to battle others in a card game called Buddyfight, which allows monsters to fight alongside humans as buddies. Their rivals include ex-Buddy Police Tasuku Ryuenji, and the self-proclaimed strongest combination, Gaito Kurouzu and his buddy monster Black Death Dragon, Abygale.
Meanwhile, evil-doers are aiming to acquire Bal's special abilities. Kyoya Gaen, and his buddy monster Demonic Demise Dragon, Azi Dahaka are up to no good. Kyoya is already one of Japan's richest icons and is also rumored to be one of the strongest Buddyfighters in the world. What could they possibly be aiming for? And why are they seeking this "Ultimate Dragon Power”?
With the passionate shout of an impact call, let the power of the impact monsters be known! Now let's raise the flag!
Crunchyroll is streaming the series worldwide outside of Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore.
Update: Gaito Kurouzu's character name spelling corrected. Thanks, Яeverse.
Source: MoCa News
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