Captain Tsubasa Junior Youth Arc Anime’s English Dub Premieres On Crunchyroll

There was a new episode of Captain Tsubasa: Junior Youth Arc on Crunchyroll on Sunday. It is the first episode of the second season of the 2018–2019 Captain Tsubasa anime. The dub is being made by Bang Zoom! Studios. This is who is in the English dub cast:

  • Erica Mendez as Tsubasa Ozora
  • Alan Lee as Hikaru Matsuyama
  • Alejandro Saab as Kojiro Hyuga
  • Andrew Russell as Ken Wakashimazu
  • Daman Mills as Jun Misugi
  • Edward Mendoza as Teppei Kisugi
  • Henry Mason as Mamorou Izawa
  • Kristen McGuire as Sanae Nakazawa
  • Luis Bermudez as Makoto Soda, Carlos Santana, Tsuyoshi Oda
  • Darrel Delfin
  • John Henry Kurtz
  • Seth Fuentes

The first episode aired on October 1. You can watch the show on both Crunchyroll and Pluto TV.

Captain Tsubasa Junior Youth

Crunchyroll tells us about the story:

In order to get ready for the International Junior Youth Tournament, Japan picks Tsubasa, Taro, Genzo, Kojiro, and Ken from the middle school teams at Nankatsu and TOHO. They go to Paris with some of Japan’s best players. To win, they’ll have to beat the best teams from all over the world. There is a lot of competition. The tournament should start now!

Katsumi Ono, who directed Senki Zesshō Symphogear GX and Girly Air Force, is in charge of the new season instead of Toshiyuki Kato. Studio KAI will be animating the new season instead of David Production. The show’s writing will be overseen by Atsuhiro Tomioka again.

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The new anime based on Yōichi Takahashi’s manga series Captain Tsubasa, which ran from 1981 to 1988, aired in April 2018 on TV Tokyo and other networks. The anime starts at the beginning of Takahashi’s original novel and tells the story from there. In October 2022, episode 29 of the anime started the “Middle School” story arc. In April 2019, the anime’s 52nd episode was the last one.

Viz Media has the rights to show the cartoon. The license gives North America and Latin America the right to digital streaming, electronic sell-through (EST), home video, and products. English-dubbed versions of the anime started showing on Primo TV in the US in August 2018.

The original soccer manga is about Tsubasa Ōzora, an 11-year-old boy who loves soccer and is noticed by his teacher Roberto for how good he is at it. For World Cup training, Tsubasa goes to Brazil with his teacher.

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