HiDive Streams The English Dub Version Of The 2019 Dark Fantasy Anime ‘Dororo’

The 2019 remake of the dark fantasy ‘Dororo’ was developed by the Japanese animation studios MAPPA and Tezuka Productions. It aired for a single season of twenty-four episodes with Sentai Filmworks acquiring the license for a North American release. HiDive has announced that they will air the English dub version on their streaming service.

“We’re going to start 2023 with a bang. The Winter 2023 season just started, yes, but we’re going to make your January even better by giving you ALL 24 episodes of Dororo,” HiDive said in a statement. “And you’re not just getting the subbed anime; you’re getting the English dub too!”

The English cast includes:

  • Adam Gibbs as Hyakkimaru
  • Chaney Moore as Dororo
  • Andrew Love as Hyogo
  • Blake Jackson as Tahomaru
  • David Wald as Daigo Kagemitsu
  • Elissa Cuellar as Mutsu
  • James Belcher as Biwamaru
  • Patricia Duran as Nuinokata
  • Ty Mahany as Jukai

Kyle Colby Jones worked on the project as the ADR Director and also wrote the scripts with Marta Bechtol.

You can watch this dub clip below:

Anime Planet described the synopsis as follows,

“In Japan’s Warring States period, Lord Daigo Kagemitsu makes a pact with 12 demons, exchanging his unborn son for the prosperity of his lands. The child is born malformed and is set adrift in a river, while Kagemitsu’s lands thrive as promised. Years later, young thief Dororo encounters the mysterious “Hyakkimaru”, a boy whose arms are blades and whose visionless eyes seem able to see monsters.”

‘Dororo’ is based on a manga series created by Osamu Tezuka and was serialized by Weekly Shōnen Sunday and Bōken Ō from 1967 to 1969. It was published in North America by the Kodansha USA imprint Vertical.

The first anime based on ‘Dororo’ aired in 1969 and was produced by Mushi Production. The animation was done in black and white, running for a single season of twenty-six episodes.

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