FROM RECENTLY DISCLOSED, KIMETSU NO YAIBA’S ANIME ALREADY HAS LATIN DUBBING ON NETFLIX. WILL YOU ARRIVE SOON TO LATIN AMERICA?
Not long ago we shared with you that the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime was released on Netflix. All thanks to the good relations of this company with Aniplex of America, which has the rights to this and other productions.
Unfortunately, it is currently only viewable from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Besides being in its original language, it is also dubbed in English. And as curious as it is, in Spanish.
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Specifically, in Latin Spanish. The news was officially confirmed via Twitter by the person in charge, Marc Winslow.
Through this social network he commented ‘CONFIRMED !!! A top project deserves a top dubbing. I look forward to my job as a director meeting all of your expectations. ‘
To the above, he added ‘I thank Universal Cinergía [Dubbing] and everyone involved for trusting me. Available at #NetflixUSA ‘.
According to reports from fans who live in the United States, or who use a VPN to access the Netflix catalog in that country, the dubbing has good quality.
Now, who lends their voices to the characters in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba? Iván Bastidas plays Tanjirou Kamado, while Annie Rojas plays her sister, Nezuko. José Luis Piedra is behind Zenitsu Agatsuma, and Uraz Huerta by Inosuke Hashibira.
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Marc Winslow is the one who lends his voice to Giyu Tomioka and Cristina Hernández is Shinobu Kochou. Actor Irwin Daayán is responsible for Kyoujurou Rengoku.
That’s just to mention a few, although it is not yet clear who voices other characters. The fact that the dubbing in Latin Spanish is now available could mean that the launch of the anime in Latin America is imminent. But it is necessary that the official announcement be given.
It would be very strange if this localization work was not available in Latin American countries. Although a problem related to rights cannot be ruled out.
The fact is that when Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is handled by Aniplex of America, it expands the possibilities of seeing it in this region through Netflix.
As happened precisely in the case of The Promised Neverland a few months ago.