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New Mecha in Godzilla Anime Concept Art, Voice Cast Announced

New Mecha in Godzilla Anime Concept Art, Voice Cast Announced

All has been silent on Polygon's animated Godzilla film, but it seems all of that is about to change. Recently some new tidbits have surfaced. Godzilla-Anime.com released new concept art featuring a futuristic, armor-clad scout troop with large mecha traveling alongside them. The art is titled "Old Tanzawa - Forest B". So far we have no context for these 'bots or the scout team, so it's unclear what all of these variables mean.

Meanwhile, the official Godzilla Anime Twitter, announced popular voice talents attached to the project: Yuki Kaji (Eren Yeager from Attack on Titan), Takahiro Sakurai (McGillis Fareed from Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans), Tomokazu Sugita (Marlo from Attack on Titan), Junichi Suwabe (Dandy from Space Dandy), Kana Hanazawa (Sakuya from .hack//Quantum) and Mamoru Miyano (Setsuna F. Seiei from Mobile Suit Gundam 00). So far there are no details on the characters these actors will play.

On March 26th, the voice actors will be present at Anime Japan 2017 with a special presentation for the upcoming film. We should know more about the film by then at the latest.

What do you think about the new concept art? Are you pleased with the case so far? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below!

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Sources:
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Astounding Beyond Belief
Godzilla Anime Twitter

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3 Fan responses to New Mecha in Godzilla Anime Concept Art, Voice Cast Announced

The King of the Monsters

Jan-19-2017 1:22 PM

I'm very intrigued by the film's seemingly futuristic and more fantastical setting. I'm also impressed by the voice acting talent that has been attracted so far.

Dragon King Ultrazero80

Jan-19-2017 1:39 PM

Looking at this makes me wonder if I wasn't too far off with my prediction of this movie's plot.

KingKaijuGojira

Jan-19-2017 3:54 PM

Eren Yagear in a Godzilla movie? Hell yes!

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