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Overlord III Gets a New Subtitled Trailer


Soon, this lich shall reclaim his throne.

Earlier today, the official Overlord anime website updated with a new trailer for the show’s upcoming third season. The promo includes English subtitles, and features Gazef Stronoff rushing into battle.

Overlord III will hit Japanese TV on July 10. Crunchyroll and Funimation will both stream the series as part of their Summer 2018 lineups.

Overlord III Key VisualMadhouse will produce the new run, reprising their duties from the first two seasons. The new season will see OxT returning to provide opening theme song VORACITY, while MYTH&ROID will return to provide the show’s closing theme song.

New cast members include:

  • Fulder: Takaya Hashi
  • Gilkunif: Takahiro Sakurai

Source: Otakomu

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