‘Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic’ TV anime series’ AnimeJapan 2016 special stage report♪

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'Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic' releases newest PV and cast members share a closer look into the series

ⒸShinobu Otaka Yoshifumi Otera / Shogakukan · AOS PROJECT

     If you missed out on this year’s AnimeJapan 2016, then don’t worry because we’ve got you covered.
We have the most recent news update from the official stage portions of Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic here just for you. Just keep on reading.

     On March 27th, 2016 at this year’s AnimeJapan 2016 Green stage, there was a special talk session event for the new anime series Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic. Starting on April 15th, 2016, this new anime series is scheduled to be broadcast on MBS, TBS, CBC, BS-TBS ‘Animeism’ network channels.

     The cast members and director came as special guests and gave the audience an exclusive 
look into the world of Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic. Some of the voice actors that came up on stage included: Daisuke Ono (voice of Sinbad), Tomokazu Sugita (voice of Drakon), Takahiro Sakurai (voice of Ja’far), Keiji Fujiwara (voice of Hinahoho) and director Miyao Yoshikazu. There was even a special surprise guest that joined the group on stage and it was Wataru Hatano who voices the newest character Mystras.

     Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic is a story that takes place 15 years before Magi, the hit anime series that was popular in 2012. Daisuke Ono, along with the rest of the cast shared their excitement for being able to come back to reprise the various characters. They also shared their thoughts on what it’s like to reprise a character they played, but now set at a younger age.

     The biggest excitement of the event was when they showed the PV of the new anime, and when the actors performed a combination of an impromptu one-act play and a dialogue recitation. According to the director’s talk, the anime series has a total of 13 episodes. In episode 2episode 6, new illustrations and a recompilation based on the OAD (original animation disc), which came along with the previous original limited edition comic, have been added and the music for the drama has been replaced, giving the anime series a fresh new look. This event created so much hype and anticipation among the fans. The countdown has officially excitedly begun for the broadcast of Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.


     Details :

     ■ Special AnimeJapan stage performance of the TV anime ‘Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic’

     Date :  March 27th, 2016 12:20pm 1pm
     Venue :   AnimeJapan 2016 Green stage
     Special guests :  Daisuke Ono (voice of Sinbad), Tomokazu Sugita (voice of Drakon), TakahiroSakurai (voice of Ja’far), Keiji Fujiwara (voice of Hinahoho), Wataru Hatano (voice of Mystras),
     and the director Miyao Yoshikazu.
     MCKenta SuzukiMBS

     ■ Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic – TV anime series

     On Air MBSEvery Friday past midnight (2:40am) 
                      TBSEvery Friday past midnight (2:25am) 
                      CBCEvery Friday past midnight (3:19am〜)
                      BS-TBSEvery Saturday past midnight (00:30am〜)

     ※Please be aware the days and times of broadcast are subject to change…

     Original work: Shinobu OtakaYoshifumi Otera (Shogakukan “Manga One” series)
     Director: Yoshikazu Miayo (BARNSTORM DESIGN LABO 
     Series organizerScreenplay: Taku Kishimoto 
     Character design:Chief animation director: Sako Soichiro
     Concept design: BARNSTORM DESIGN LABO Toshinari TanakaSei Edamatsu Hiroyuki Oyama 
     Jin creature design : Takashi Tomioka
     Color design: Reiko Iwasawa 
     Art director: Takashi Aoi 
     Cinematographer: Kenta Sou 
     Editor: Gou Sadamatsu 
     Music director: Satoki Iida 
     Music: Tomohiro Okubo 
     Animation: Lay-duce

     Sinbad: Daisuke Ono 
     Drakon: Tomokazu Sugita 
     Ja’far: Takahiro Sakurai 
     Hinahoho: Keiji Fujiwara 
     Yunan: Akira Ishida 
     Badr: Katsuyuki Konishi
     Esra : Yoko Hikasa 
     Serendine: Ai Kayano 
     Marmarossa: Takehito Koyasu 
     Baal: Hiroki Tochi
     and more


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