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DAN DA DAN Anime Gets Global Premiere Event Across 50 Countries




The highly anticipated DAN DA DAN anime is getting a global premiere event ahead of its TV broadcast starting on Aug 31, 2024. The event will span over 50 countries and regions across Asia, North America, Europe, and Africa.

The global premiere will begin with Asia on Aug 31, and continue in Europe on Sep 7, followed by North America on Sep 13, and in Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, and Africa in mid-September.

In Asia, the event will be organised by anime distributer Muse Communications.

Screenings are scheduled to take place in major cities such as Taipei, Taichung, and Kaohsiung, along with other key locations including Hong Kong, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The premiere will feature the first three episodes of DAN DA DAN anime. Attendees will also be treated to exclusive interviews with the series’ producers and voice actors.

Muse Communication has announced that detailed dates and ticket information for the premiere events in each city will be available soon.

A new trailer and key visual were also revealed alongside the announcement.

Dandadan anime is set to release in October 2024. The anime will also be streamed on Netflix and Crunchyroll.

Cast includes:

  • Shion Wakayama as Momo Ayase
  • Natsuki Hanae as Okarun
  • Mayumi Tanaka as Turbo-Granny
  • Kazuya Nakai as Alien Serpo
  • Nana Mizuki as Seiko
  • Ayane Sakura as Aira Shiratori
  • Kaito Ishikawa as Jiji (Jin Enjоoji)

Fuga Yamashiro will serve as the director of the anime adaptation, with Hiroshi Seko in charge of scripts. Kensuke Ushio will compose the music, and Naoyuki Onda will handle character designs, with Yoshimichi Kameda designing aliens and supernatural entities.

Dandadan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yukinobu Tatsu. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ service since April 2021, with its chapters collected into 11 tankobon volumes as of August 2023.

Source: Press Release

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