The surprises related to the celebrations for the 30th anniversary of Yamato Video, the anime distribution company that today announced the Italian dubbing of Cells at Work! – Work in the body.
It is the first time that the manga adaptation of Akane Shimizu is dubbed in our language, considering that in 2018 it arrived in simulcast in Italy again thanks to Yamato but in a subtitled version with the first season, while the second – always subtitled – debuted in January of this year.
The Cells at Work presentation trailer! – Work in the body
The announcement, which arrived on the various Yamato social networks, was accompanied by a presentation trailer of the anime, also revealing the first names of the voice cast that is currently formed by Emanuela Ionica as a voice of Erythrocyte AE3803, Massimo Triggiani that double U-1146 leukocyte And Federico Zanandrea that lends the voice to Pneumococcus.
Inside the human body there are said to be around 60 million cells. White blood cells, red blood cells, platelets, B and T lymphocytes, Natural Killer cells, macrophages, mast cells and many more.
All these cells work tirelessly inside our body, never stopping for a moment, ready to resist indefinitely against the invasion of external entities such as viruses and germs.
The original manga was published in Kōdansha’s Monthly Shōnen Sirius magazine from January 26, 2015 to January 26, 2021 and then subsequently released in tankōbon volumes starting in July 2015.
In Italy Cells at Work! – Work in the body is published by Star Comis starting from 21 March 2018.