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Dragons of Wonderhatch announced cast and new character art

Recently, Dragons of Wonderhatch has announced their cast and new character art as it will be available exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar.

A hybrid story set in both the “real world” we live in and an anime land called Upananta where dragons and humans coexist, Dragons of Wonderhatch will tell the story of Nagi, a high school student who lives in the real world but who feels out of place among her classmates; Thaim, a dragon rider who communicates with dragons in Upananta, and Aktha, a dragon rider hero.

The characters of Thaim and Acta will be voiced by Daiken Okudaira (Mother, Insomniacs After School) and Mackenyu (One Piece, Knights of the Zodiac) respectively, while Nagi will be performed by Sena Nakajima, and Thaim’s dragon sidekick, Guphin, will be voiced by Shunsuke Takeuchi, who is most well-known for providing the Japanese voice of Olaf in Frozen. 

Jairo, a newly announced character, and the most fearsome dragon rider in the anime world, will be voiced by Kenjiro Tsuda (Jujutsu Kaisen, Golden Kamuy). “Jairo is a villain who makes people tremble with fear, but on the other hand, he also has a big secret that he cannot tell anyone,” said the show’s director Kentaro Hagiwara. “Mr. Tsuda is an extraordinary voice actor who accurately expresses not only Jairo’s conflicts, but also the sadness that lies ahead.”

Speaking as part of the exciting announcement, Kenjiro Tsuda, the voice of Jairo said: “While there have been works that combine anime and live action in the past, as soon as I heard about this project I was excited to be able to participate in a way that will push the boundaries of this medium.” Shunsuke Takeuchi, the voice of Guphin, agreed, stating: “I’m really looking forward to seeing the unique world building that will occur throughout this series, and I’m really putting my all into this project to ensure that Guphin resonates with audiences as the loveable, relatable character he is.”

The announcement also pulled back the curtain on several pieces of exciting character artwork, giving audiences their first look at the animated characters Thaim, Aktha, Jairo and the adorable Guphin. 

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