Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken

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  • Title: DRAGON QUEST Dai's Great Adventure
    Japanese: ドラゴンクエスト ダイの大冒険
    Airing dates: 3/10/2020 (TV series) and 17/10/1991 (unfinished season 46 episodes)
    Release dates: 20/7/1991 (OVA), 7/3/1992 (Tachiagare! Aban no Shito) and 11/7/1992 (Buchiya Gare!! Shinsei 6 Daishougun)
    Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Shounen
    Studio: Toei Animation
    Official website:
    TV Teaser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrwbuwhIwbA
    TV Preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FX7p7CKhI3o

    Synopsis: A long time ago, there was a valiant swordsman who came to be known simply as "the hero." There was a demon who has caused people suffering. The hero and his companions arrived to challenge the demon to a battle and by combining their powers, the battle was brought swift conclusion. With no one around to cause trouble, the island became a quiet place where everyone could live together in peace. Several years later, the demon is revived. Our present-day protagonist, Dai, lives on a remote island in the southern seas and dreams of becoming a great hero. When he hears about the demon's revival, Dai and his friends take it upon themselves to stop him and the evil force that revived him. Along the way, Dai discovers the identity of "the hero," the truth behind the evil force who revived the demon, and Dai's own hidden powers that surface in times of peril.

    Dragon Quest: the Adventure of Dai final series (2021-22), 18 manga volumes left

    Title: DRAGON QUEST Dai's Great Adventure
    Japanese: ドラゴンクエスト ダイの大冒険
    Airing dates: 3/10/2020 (TV series) and 17/10/1991 (unfinished season, 46 episodes)
    Release dates: 20/7/1991 (film), 7/3/1992 (Tachiagare! Avan no Shito) and 11/7/1992 (Buchiya Gare!! Shinsei 6 Daishōgun)
    Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Shounen
    Original creators: Riku Sanjō (90’s) and Yoshikazu Amami (Cross Blade)
    Original character designers: Kōji Inada (90’s) and Yūsaku Shibata (Yūsha Avan to Gokuen no Maō)
    Directors: Kazuya Karasawa (TV), Hiroki Shibata (2nd film), Nobutaka Nishizawa (90’s, 1st and 3rd film)
    Written by: Katsuhiko Chiba (TV), Junki Takegami (90’s and films)
    Music by: Yuki Hayashi (TV), Koichi Sugiyama (90’s and films)
    Character designer: Emiko Miyamoto (TV) and Yasuchika Nagaoka (90’s)
    Art director: Ayaka Fujii (TV / Studio Pablo) and Nobuto Sakamoto (90’s)
    Sound effects by: Yōko Sakurai (TV) and Yasuyuki Konno (90’s)
    Color design by: Aya Mori (TV)
    Monster design by: Shuntarō Mura (TV)
    Prop design by: Hidemitsu Masui (TV)
    Editing by: Masaaki Hanai (90’s)
    Producers: Hiroyuki Sakurada, Ryūtarō Ichimura (TV), Hiroshi Inoue, Yoshio Takami (90’s), Rikizō Kayano and Tomonori Imada (films)
    Studio: Toei Animation
    Network: TV Tokyo, TVO, TVA, TSC, TVh, TVQ (TV) and TBS (90’s)
    Opening theme: "Ikiru o Suru" by Macaroni Enpitsu
    2nd ED theme: "Bravest" by Taichi Mukai
    90’s OP theme: "Hurry, Heroes!! (勇者よ急げ!! / Yūsha yo Isoge!!)" by Jirō Dan
    Ending theme: "mother" by Macaroni Empitsu
    2nd ED theme: "Akashi" by XIIX
    3rd ED theme: "Namae" by Humbreaders
    90’s ED theme: "This Road is My Journey (この道わが旅 / Kono Michi Waga Tabi)" by Jirō Dan

    Main cast: Dai (ダイ) voiced by Atsumi Tanezaki (TV) and Toshiko Fujita (90’s)

    Popp (ポップ) voiced by Toshiyuki Toyonaga (TV) and Keiichi Nanba (90’s)

    Maam (マァム) voiced by Mikako Komatsu (TV) and Miina Tominaga (90’s)

    Hyunckel (ヒュンケル) voiced by Yūki Kaji (TV) and Hideyuki Hori (90’s)

    Leona (レオナ) voiced by Saori Hayami (TV) and Aya Hisakawa (90’s)

    Crocodine (クロコダイン) voiced by Tomoaki Maeno (TV) and Banjō Ginga (90’s)

    Avan De Zinuar III (アバン=デ=ジニュアール3世) voiced by Takahiro Sakurai (TV) and Hideyuki Tanaka (90’s)
    Chiu (チウ) voiced by Shun Horie
    Demon King’s army: Hadlar (ハドラー) voiced by Tomokazu Seki (TV) and Takeshi Aono (90’s)
    Vearn (大魔王バーン) voiced by Takaya Hashi (TV) and Kenji Utsumi (90’s)
    Flazzard (フレイザード) voiced by Tōru Nara (TV) and Ken Yamaguchi (90’s)
    Zaboera (ザボエラ) voiced by Mitsuo Iwata (TV) and Naoki Tatsuta (90’s)
    Zamza (ザムザ) voiced by Akio Suyama
    Baran (バラン) voiced by Shō Hayami (TV) and Unshō Ishizuka (90’s)
    Larhalt (ラーハルト) voiced by Akira Ishida
    Galdandy (ガルダンディー) voiced by Subaru Kimura
    Borahorn (ボラホーン) voiced by Kenji Sugimura
    Myst-Vearn (ミストバーン) voiced by Takehito Koyasu (TV) and Keiichi Nanba (90’s)
    Kill-Vearn (キルバーン) voiced by Hiroyuki Yoshino (TV) and Hideyuki Tanaka (90’s)
    Piroro (ピロロ) voiced by Hiroyuki Yoshino (TV) and Hiroko Emori (90’s)
    Hadlar's Royal Guard: Hym (ヒム) voiced by Shin-ichiro Miki
    Sigma (シグマ) voiced by Chikahiro Kobayashi
    Fenbren (フェンブレン) voiced by Kōji Yusa
    Block (ブロック) voiced by Tokuyoshi Kawashima
    Albinass (アルビナス) voiced by Yukari Tamura
    Supporting cast: Brass (ブラス) voiced by Kenichi Ogata (TV), Isamu Tanonaka (90’s) and Junpei Takiguchi (1st film)
    Gome (ゴメ) voiced by Ai Furihata (TV) and Yumi Tōma (90’s)
    Matoriv (マトリフ) voiced by Kazuhiro Yamaji (TV) and Shin Aomori (90’s)
    Amy (エイミ) voiced by Yui Ishikawa (TV) and Yumi Tōma (90’s)
    Badak (バダック) voiced by Yōhei Tadano (TV) and Aruno Tahara (90’s)
    Merle (メルル) voiced by Konomi Kohara (TV) and Chieko Nanba (90’s)
    Nabara (ナバラ) voiced by Tōma Shiota (TV) and Hiroko Emori (90’s)
    Soala (ソアラ) voiced by Ai Kayano (TV) and Wakana Yamazaki (90’s)
    Lon Berk (ロンベルク) voiced by Hiroki Tōchi
    Nova (ノヴァ) voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto
    Brokeena (ブロキーナ) voiced by Yū Mizushima
    Flora (フローラ)