One Piece's English Dub Has Found Its Yamato


During this year's Anime Expo, Crunchyroll made an exciting announcement, revealing that they will be adding the English Dub of One Piece to their streaming service. This addition will cover a substantial portion of the anime adaptation, including both the Wano Arc and the intense war unfolding within the secluded nation. Notably, the English Dub will introduce the voice actor for Yamato, Kaido's offspring, who plays a pivotal role in the Wano Arc.

Yamato quickly became one of the most beloved characters introduced in the Wano Arc of One Piece. Despite their relation to the notorious Kaido, this resident of Wano has adopted the name Kozuki Oden and is committed to opening Wano Country's borders to the outside world. Many fans speculated that Yamato would join the Straw Hat Pirates, given their dedication to upholding Oden's legacy. However, it appears that Yamato will forge a different path while staying true to Oden's ideals. Meanwhile, in the anime series, the War for Wano rages on, building anticipation for the arrival of Monkey D. Luffy's Gear Fifth.

One Piece: Yamato's New Voice

The role of Yamato in One Piece's English Dub will be portrayed by voice actor Michelle Rojas. Rojas is no stranger to the world of anime, having showcased her talent in various notable series. Her impressive resume includes significant contributions to renowned franchises such as Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation, Attack on Titan, Overlord, Goblin Slayer, and Dragon Ball, solidifying her presence in the anime industry. With her extensive experience and range as a voice actor, Rojas is sure to bring Yamato's character to life in the English Dub of One Piece.

While One Piece's anime is currently immersed in the intense War for Wano, the manga has set the Straw Hat Pirates on their ultimate voyage. Touted as the final saga, this latest storyline not only unveils captivating details about the vast Grand Line and Devil Fruit, but it also lays the foundation for a villain who may well be hailed as the overarching "big bad" of the entire series. Although it may take some time before the television adaptation delves into the final arc, there are significant moments that await depiction in the epic clash against the formidable Beast Pirates.

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