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Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! TV Anime Summons New Cast, Theme Song Artists

Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! anime header


With 46 episodes and counting since its premiere last April, the Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! anime revealed its next move today with the announcement of two new cast members, as well as new theme song artists that will be summoned to the field on April 2.


Reck band BRADIO, best known for their Death Parade OP “FLYERS”, will perform “Soul Galaxy” for the new opening theme, joined by Run with the Winds Taichi Mukai with “Cosmos” for the ending theme. The new cast members are as follows, voicing characters that were shown off at Jump Festa 2023 last December:


Kohsuke Tanabe (Homura in Fairy Ranmaru) as

Phaser Ryugu

Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! Phaser Ryugu character design


Yu Hayashi (Manjiro in Tokyo Revengers) as

Tremolo Ryugu

Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! Tremolo Ryugu character design


RELATED: Natsuki Hanae, Fairouz Ai Join the Duelers of the Upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! TV Anime


Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! takes place in Rokuyo-cho, the birthplace of the Rush Duel. One day, Yuhi Oudou and Yuamu Oudou, two elementary school siblings who run a UTS (Uchuzin Trouble Soudansho / Alien Trouble Consultation Office) to get rid of annoying aliens, discover a spaceship, and when they step into it, they find an alien named Yudias Belgyar (This spelling may not be correct), who comes from the faraway Belgyar Cluster. He has come to Earth in search of the Rush Duel, which is said to lead his friends to a new future after they were forced to leave their home planet, but he has no idea what the Rush Duel is. Yuhi decides to give him a hand and challenges Yudias to a duel. 


Nobuhiro Kondo returns from Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS to direct Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! at anime studio Bridge, with Naoto Hashimoto as the assistant director and Toshimitsu Takeuchi writing the series composition. The new series begins on TV Tokyo on April 3 at 7:30 AM.


Source: Comic Natalie



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