The release date of RWBY: Ice Queendom Episode 1 is final and fans should tighten their seat belts. Some character names are also revealed. We have Professor Ozpin, Peter Port, Sun Wukong, Roman Torchwick, Glynda Goodwitch, Penny Polendina and Taiyang Xiao Long. The designs created for these characters can be compared to their original 3D models, which were designed. The original series had Japanese voice actors. They are summoned again to perform their respective roles from the original series. At the moment, no decision has been made about the English voice actors.
Kumiko Suekane is going to work on this project. Although, she will be working on the manga adaptation this time. The show’s trailer gives us a powerful insight into what to expect from RWBY: Ice Queendom. The animation quality is top notch and we also see that Weiss Schnee has a lot of presence around the show. This means that Weiss will have many tasks in this adaptation of the series. Now we will discuss the first episode of the series and when it will be released.
RWBY: Ice Queendom Episode 1 Release Date
RWBY: Ice Queendom Episode 1 release date has been set for July 3, 2022. This news was announced via the official Twitter account of the anime series. The official website also lists the release date for the show. The broadcast will take place throughout Japan.
Where can you watch RWBY: Ice Queendom Episode 1?
The show will air its first episode on July 3, 2022. Tokyo MX will air it in Japan at 10:30 PM JST on the same day. Then we have other channels, such as BS11, which airs the episode at 11:30 PM JST. MBS will also broadcast the episode, but on a different date and time. It will air on the channel on July 6, 2022 at 3:00 AM in Japan.
Crunchyroll also offers access to the latest episodes of the show if fans missed the official air date or time. Both subtitled and dubbed versions will be available on the site. The original voice actors will also return to play their roles which we’ll discuss below.
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RWBY: Ice Queendom – Potential Storyline
Almost nothing has been revealed about the plot by the production team so far. Though some hints are clear through their Twitter account and YouTube trailer. First of all, as we discussed, Weiss will definitely get a bigger role than before. We didn’t see her much in the previous original version of the show. The first two episodes of RWBY: Ice Queendom will cover the content worthy of the first and second volumes of the manga.
When these two episodes are over, the episodes will take a much more original turn. This means we get the main story. Another crucial piece of information fans should know is that the timeline of this new series is set after the second part of Beavon Arc. The production crew has not disclosed the number of episodes in this episode.
Ruby Rose – Lindsay Jones will do an English version, while Saori Hayami will do a Japanese one. Next up is Weiss Schnee – An English version of this character will be done by Kara Eberle. The Japanese version is done by Uoko Hikasa. Blake Belladonna – Arryn Zech will do the English version for this character. Yu Shimamura will do the Japanese version. Finally, Yang Xiao Long: Barbara Dunkelman will make an English version, while Ami Koshimizu will make a Japanese version.
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