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KAIJU NO. 8 Goes Global: Crunchyroll to Simulcast Live with Japan on April 13!

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In a seismic shift for anime enthusiasts worldwide, Crunchyroll is gearing up for the colossal launch of the much-anticipated “Kaiju No. 8.” Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 13th, at 7:00 am PDT, when the inaugural episode will thunder onto screens across more than 200 countries and territories simultaneously with its Japanese debut.

For those unable to catch the Kaiju-sized action live, fear not! Crunchyroll will release new episodes of “Kaiju No. 8” every Saturday at 8:30 am PDT, ensuring fans never miss a moment of the monstrous spectacle. Subscribers can set reminders by visiting the official “Kaiju No. 8” show page on Crunchyroll.

But wait, there’s more! Crunchyroll is ramping up the excitement by offering multiple language dubs, including English, Latin American Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Castilian Spanish, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Prepare for an international invasion as these dubs drop simultaneously with the Japanese broadcast, providing a truly global experience.

Behind the scenes, a talented lineup of English dub staff, including ADR director Shawn Gann, ensures an immersive viewing experience. The main English voice cast features Nazeeh Tarsha as Kafka Hibino / Kaiju No. 8, Katelyn Barr as Mina Ashiro, and Adam McArthur as Reno Ichikawa.

Adapted from Naoya Matsumoto’s original manga, “Kaiju No. 8” is brought to life by the animation prowess of Production I.G, with kaiju artwork and design supervised by Studio Khara. Directed by Shigeyuki Miya and Tomomi Kamiya, and with a screenplay by Ichiro Okouchi, the series promises to deliver jaw-dropping action and heart-pounding drama.

Japanese voice talent includes Masaya Fukunishi as Kafka Hibino / Kaiju No. 8, Asami Seto as Mina Ashiro, and Wataru Katoh as Reno Ichikawa, among others, ensuring a captivating performance for audiences across the globe.

In a nod to its international fanbase, Crunchyroll has been publishing the “Kaiju No. 8” manga in France and Germany since 2021 and 2022, respectively, where it has soared as a top seller.

Prepare for an epic clash between humanity and kaiju as “Kaiju No. 8” storms onto screens worldwide, promising to leave viewers on the edge of their seats with each adrenaline-fueled episode.

For more information, visit the official “Kaiju No. 8” website and follow the English Twitter account for the latest updates and exclusive content.


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