According to what was released in the last few hours by TeleNauta it seems that the networks Mediasetprecisely Italy 2 (channel 66 of digital terrestrial), could bring the anime series of Fire Force completely dubbed in Italian.
The indiscretion would suggest that the anime will be part of the schedule of the transmissions of 2021/2022, but it is still unclear whether the dubbing will be entrusted from scratch to Mediaset or will stay at Yamato Video, the licensee company that took care of the subtitles in Italian and released all episodes who through the official channel YouTube dedicated.
The anime series of Fire Force, adaptation of the manga of the same name written and illustrated by Atsushi Okubo (Soul Eater), consists of two seasons from 48 episodes total. The anime produced by Studio David Production aired between 2019 and the 2020.
At the moment, we remind you, there are no official press releases from Mediaset, but, as soon as we have news, we will inform you promptly.
Fire Force – the manga
Atsushi Okubo is publishing it shonen through the pages of Weekly Shonen Magazine (Kodansha) since September 2015 and currently the series consists of a total of 274 chapters. Kodansha published 29 tankobon. In Italy the series is available thanks to Planet Manga with the first 24 numbers (you can try the manga by purchasing a this link its Amazon the 1st number).
The author stated that it last year that the series is nearing its conclusion, but currently no further details are known regarding the timing. Details in our previous article.
If you weren’t aware of the series, here’s one for you synopsis:
“Tokyo is on fire, and citizens throughout the city are victims of spontaneous combustion. The Fire Force, the special brigade responsible for quenching the flames, has a new recruit in its ranks, the young Shinra. Within the 8th Brigade, the boy will make good use of his special powers to prevent the city from being reduced to ashes. But a burning secret and a burning past could set the powders on fire!“
Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.
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