Naruto has a new voice in Spain: David Jenner heads the new dubbing of Naruto Shippuden, which Selecta will edit in autumn


Naruto has a new voice in Spain: David Jenner heads the new dubbing of Naruto Shippuden, which Selecta will edit in autumn

Selecta Visión announced last year that it had obtained the license for Naruto Shippuden, the second part of the Naruto anime that began airing in 2007, but had never officially arrived in Spain. Today, in a live broadcast, the Spanish distributor specializing in anime has finalized its plans with Naruto Shippuden.

This fall it will begin to go on sale on DVD and Blu-Ray the second complete series of world’s most popular anime, with its 21 seasons broadcast between 2007 and 2017. But it also does so with a new translation, which will feature a new dubbing. The actor chosen to play Naruto in this edition is David jenner.

As our colleague Antonio anticipated live and direct on Twitter, David Jenner is the new voice of Naruto in Spain. If his name is not familiar to you, surely you will recognize him immediately: it is the voice of Samsagaz Gamyi in The Lord of the Rings, the Winter Soldier in Marvel, TJ in La Banda del Patio or even the ghost Cásper.

In anime he has also voiced Rengoku in Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer), Touta Matsuda in Death Note and Bakugo in Boku no Hero Academia. He is the brother of Michelle Jenner and the son of Miguel Ángel Jenner, also very popular voice actors in Spain.

Jenner will replace Javier Balas, former voice actor in the Spanish version of Naruto. The original dubbing of the first 111 episodes Shippuden will be left in this new edition, as an extra.

Apparently, the producers of Naruto Shippuden were the ones who recommended to Selecta Vision the new translation of the series in this deluxe edition, which will be released this fall, although the exact date is unknown.

Stay tuned soon for our complete coverage of all the news from Selecta Visión. What do you think of the new voice of Naruto in Spain?


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