Yu Yu Hakusho To Return With 2 OVA’s Along With Original English Voice Cast

The official Twitter account for the anime Yu Yu Hakusho released a special logo on June 4, 2022 as a part of the series’ 30th Anniversary project.

Yu Yu Hakusho OVA Announced and Original English voice cast to return

Yu Yu Hakusho anime is returning with 2 OVA’s named “Two Shots” and “All Or Nothing”. Also, the English dub of the anime is returning with the original voice cast as confirmed by Botan’s VA Cynthia Cranz via her tweet.

While responding to this news, another Yu Yu Hakusho VA, Chuck Huber who played Hiei in the original English dub anime, also confirmed his return.

In 2019, Justin Cook, voice of Yusuke Urameshi and Christopher Sabat, voice of Kazuma Kuwabara expressed their eagerness to return.

Cook said, “Anytime we can return to the skins of these characters, That’s awesome.

Back in 2019 at New York Comic Con, Funimation had announced these OVA subbed and dubbed. However, no release date was announced.

The official Twitter account for the anime Yu Yu Hakusho released a special logo on June 4, 2022, as a part of the series’ 30th Anniversary project, featuring the protagonist Yusuke Urameshi.

Yu Yu Hakusho is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi. Togashi began creating the manga around November 1990, basing the series on his interests in the occult and horror films and an influence of Buddhist mythology.

The manga was originally serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 1990 to July 1994. The series consists of 175 chapters collected in 19 tankōbon volumes. In North America, the manga ran completely in Viz’s Shonen Jump from January 2003 to January 2010.

An anime adaptation consisting of 112 television episodes was directed by Noriyuki Abe and co-produced by Fuji Television, Yomiko Advertising, and Studio Pierrot. The television series originally aired on Japan’s Fuji TV network from October 1992 to December 1994. It was later licensed in North America by Funimation in 2001, where it aired on popular Cartoon Network blocks including Adult Swim and later Toonami. The television series has also been broadcast in various other countries around the world.

The YuYu Hakusho franchise has spawned two animated films, a series of original video animations (OVAs) as a part of its 25th Anniversary, audio albums, video games, and other merchandise.

Source: YuYuHakusho.Net

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