Legend of Zelda Anime Being Made
A web series is currently being created based off of the "A Link to the Past" manga and video game. It is being created by Zelda Motion and will have famous voice actors! Want to learn more? Hit the jump for more details!
A few years back, a small fan company known as Zelda Motion created a small teaser clip to bring Akira Himekawa’s manga adaptation of A Link to the Past to life (known in Japan as Triforce of the Gods). And now they are ready to bring a full web series dedicated to this game and manga using famous voice actors such as Vic Mignogna (Dragonball Z, Fullmetal Alchemist dubs) and will feature a full blown musical score and animation. Here a quote from Zelda Motion:
“Officially, Zeldamotion is a project run by Aeipathy Industries. Mike Patch (Mechawatts) has started this on his own and will finish it on his own. The incredible voice acting cast featuring Todd Haberkorn (Allen Walker, from D- Grayman) , Vic Mignogna (Edward Elric, from Full Metal Alchemist), Kent Williams (Father, from Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood) and Kira Buckland (Princess and Medusa, from Castle Crashers), has already recorded their roles and is being synced up to the animations.
The new trailer will be available within the next couple of weeks, to go along with the Kickstarter to help funding this and future episodes. I will finish the project with or without the Kickstarter or other funding. Kickstarter or other funding will just make it happen sooner, and enable future episodes to be done in a fraction of the time.”
The trailer for this project will be revealed early next month and if you are curious about the teaser they released a few years ago, here it is below. But note that the final product won't be like this as it will be in full animation and have voice actors.
Check the source link for some other material regarding this project.
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