My Hero Academia’s Bakugo VA Returns in New Vermeil in Gold Visual

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Vermeil in Gold Visual Iolite Alto Goldfilled

As the anime continues airing, Vermeil in Gold released a new visual which features a new character voiced by My Hero Academia’s Bakugo's voice actor.

The new visual was revealed on the official Vermeil in Gold website. There, additional info on the new characters and cast members was released.

The new key visual features the main character Alto Goldfilled face-to-face with the new character, Iolite. In the background is Vermeil who is bound in chains.

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The new character Iolite is voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto, the voice actor of Katsuki Bakugo in My Hero Academia.

Okamoto is popular not just for voicing Bakugo, but also for other notable roles, including Takumi Usui in Kaichou wa Maid-Sama! and Rin Okumura in Ao no Exorcist.

Though it’s fair to say that, right now, Bakugo is his most popular character. After all, the events of the latest manga chapter were shocking, to say the least.

Joining Okamoto in the series’ cast is Miyuri Shimabukuro as Kohakumiya, Ikumi Hayama as Heliodor, and Aya Endo as Fatema.

Vermeil in Gold is an anime series by Staple Entertainment that’s based on the manga of the same name that’s written by Kota Amana and illustrated by Yoko Umezu. The manga is serialized in Square Enix’s Monthly Shonen Gangan and is available in English through Manga-Up.

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Its story follows Alto Goldfilled, a student at the Ortigia Academy of Magic. Alto aspires to be a powerful sorcerer, but despite his excellent grades, he fails his summoning class.

In desperation, Alto follows an old grimoire to finally achieve a successful summon. While he succeeds, it turns out that he has summoned a powerful demon named Vermeil. To thank him, Vermeil becomes his familiar.

Vermeil in Gold is currently airing in Japan on AT-X, Tokyo MX, BS11, and SUN. The series premiered on July 5, 2022.

Related: Where to Watch Vermeil in Gold: Crunchyroll, Netflix, HIDIVE in Sub and Dub