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BlazBlue Anime Series First Visual, Cast, Staff Revealed


The official site for the upcoming BlazBlue anime adaptation revealed that it will be called BlazBlue Alter Memory. Additionally, the cast of the fighting game series will be reprising their roles in the anime.

The cast are as follows:
  • Tomokazu Sugita as Ragna the Bloodedge
  • Kanako Kondou as Noel Vermillion
  • Tetsuya Kakihara as Jin Kisaragi
  • Kana Ueda as Rachel Alucard
  • YĆ«ichi Nakamura as Hazama
  • Chiwa Saito as Taokaka
  • Chiaki Takahashi as Litchi Faye-Ling
  • Kenji Nomura as Iron Tager
  • Asami Imai as Tsubaki Yayoi
  • Chie Matsuura as Kokonoe
  • Tomomi Isomura as Makoto Nanaya
Supervising the project is Toshimichi Mori, and to be directed by Hideki Tachibana (Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kira) at teamKG and Hoods Entertainment with Seiji Mizushima (Fullmetal Alchemist, Mobile Suit Gundam 00). Screenplay will be handled by Deko Akao (Arakawa Under the Bridge) and Tatsuya Takahashi (The IDOLM@STER). Tomoyuki Shitaya (Bakuman.) is serving as both character designer and chief animation director.

THE STORY:
December 2199, everyone is celebrating and anticipating the New Year's Day. At the same time, word spreads that the SS-class rebel Ragna the Bloodedge, who have the highest ever bounty on his head, has appeared in the 13th Hierarchical City of Kagutsuchi. He apparently aims the destruction of the system controlling the world. To collect the bounty, a motley array of unrivaled fighters converge on Kagutsuchi!

BlazBlue Alter Memory will premiere this fall.

via Anime News Network

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11 Responses
  1. Shin Says:

    Sugita as Ragna?Hmmm...don't think that's a very good choice,Ragna is a serious character and Sugita's voice is more suited for comedy characters.The rest of the cast seems good though.


  2. Anonymous Says:

    Sugita's been voicing Ranga for a long time. Ragna is quite funny sometimes.


  3. Anonymous Says:

    erm....sugita has been the voice of ragna since the first blazblue game. obviously u haven't heard much from sugita outside of his comedy roles. this guy can pull a lot of things off and serious is one of them.


  4. Anonymous Says:

    It says "the cast of the fighting game series will be reprising their roles in the anime",Sugita has already voiced Ragna in the games.


  5. swordgai Says:

    @Shin
    You do realize Sugita was Ragna's seiyu in the original games too right? He did an awesome job in the games. I'm glad all the seiyu from the games are voicing their characters in the anime


  6. Anonymous Says:

    Guys I think Shin got it lol.


  7. Anonymous Says:

    BlazBlue KIIITAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!


  8. Shin Says:

    Yes,I do know that Sugita is the seiyuu for Ragna in the original Japanese game.But even so I still don't like his voice,have you guys ever played the English version with Patrick Seitz?It's so much better.

    Ragna is foul mouthed,rude and arrogant but Sugita's voice can't really pass that to the player.I still think Daisuke Ono would be a better Ragna than Sugita.That's just my opinion though.
    But don't get me wrong,i think Sugita is an awesome voice actor,but his voice just doesnt match with Ragna personality.


  9. Anonymous Says:

    @Shin: You're speaking a lot of bull you and your opinion will always be invalid so shut the hell up!


  10. Anonymous Says:

    @Shin: You just don't like Sugita in general don't you?! You just hate him since he has a better voice than you asswipe! That anon, who insulted you, is also correct about you since you pull shit out of your ass!


  11. Anonymous Says:

    I honestly think that Sugita's voice is better than Patrick's somehow. Ragna reminds me of Gintoki and I think it's great that they're voiced by the same person.


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