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Today, Crunchyroll has announced that three actors from the Japanese cast of The Rising of the Shield Hero have joined the guestlist for this year’s Virtual Crunchyroll Expo!
Asami Seto, the voice of Raphtalia (she also voices Chihaya Ayase in Chihayafuru, and Mai Sakurajima in Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai), Kaito Ishikawa, who is the voice of Naofumi Iwatani (he also provides is the voice of Sakuta Azusagawa in Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, and Ledo in Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet) and Rina Hidaka the voice of Filo (who voices Ririchiyo Shirakiin in Inu X Boku Secret Service, and Nagisa Akatsuki in Strike the Blood) will be making special appearances at the convention, sure to delight anime fans!
Alongside the great guests, the Crunchyroll Industry panel is set to make a return, featuring sneak peeks, special surprises, and more. Fans can look forward to details regarding the Crunchyroll Original series High Guardian Spice.
Running from August 5-7, V-CRX 2021 will take fans back to New Crunchy City, Crunchyroll’s digital hub for the global anime community. See exclusive global premieres, check out industry and fan panels, and scope out interesting merch, New Crunchy City knows how to make anime fans feel welcome! You can register for Virtual Crunchyroll Expo for free.
A fabulous lineup of guests that continues to grow. V-CRX 2021 is the event anime fans won’t want to miss! Submissions are open for fan panels until June 11th.
Virtual Crunchyroll Expo will stream August 5-7 only at expo.crunchyroll.com. You can register now. Fan panel submissions close on Friday, June 11th, Stay tuned for more announcements and news about this exciting event!
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