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SSSS.Dynazenon Confirmed for April 2021 Release

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SSSS.Dynazenon Confirmed for April 2021 Release

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A new SSSS.Dynazenon trailer and cast announcements have also been revealed.


Back in October, Studio Trigger released its first preview for SSSS.Dynazenon, the sequel to last year’s SSSS.Gridman. Last weekend, a new trailer was shown as part of Tokyo Comic Con featuring music from Shiro Sagisu and a confirmed April 2021 release window.

In the trailer above, various characters from the first preview are featured once again alongside newly revealed characters. This includes the full design for the titular Dynazenon, created by Tsuyoshi Nonaka. The first preview only showed Dyna Dragon, one half of the mecha combination, laying on the ground. This time, we can see Dynazenon jumping around in action. For a closer look at Dynazenon’s design, Trigger has released a new key visual (pictured above). Photos were also taken of a real-life Dynazenon suit as part of the Tokyo Comic-Con event, and the cast of SSSS.Dynazenon put on a special stage show for the convention.

Along with these reveals, new characters were announced with their actors:

Juuga voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya

Onijya voiced by Yuma Uchida

Mujina voiced by Ayaka Suwa

Sizumu voiced by Koki Uchiyama

Inamoto-san voiced by Mariya Ise

Mei voiced by Azusa Tadokoro

Awaki voiced by Jin Ogasawara

Nazumi voiced by Gakuto Kajiwara

Ranka voiced by Rio Tsuchiya

Kaneishi voiced by Hikaru Tono

They will join the rest of the cast announced with the first preview:

Gauma voiced by Daiki Hamano

Yomogi Asanaka voiced by Junya Enoki

Yume Minami voiced by Shion Wakayama

Koyomi Yamanaka voiced by Yuichiro Kaibara

Chise Asukagawa voiced by Chika Anzai

Kaiju design is being done by Shinzi Nishikawa, Yasushi Torisawa, Hiroshi Maruyama, Kiyotaka Taguchi, Hideo Okamoto, Ichiro Itano, and Masayuki Goto. Gen Asano is the mechanical sequence director. The kaiju design team, mechanical sequence director, and Dynazenon designer were all announced along with the other reveals.

While SSSS.Gridman is an animated successor to 1993’s tokusatsu show, Gridman The Hyper Agent (Denkou Chojin Gridman), SSSS.Dynazenon gets its title from two of the original Gridman’s support mecha: Dyna Dragon and God Zenon. Along with the previous announcements, a new official English website was launched for the new show where the cast, characters, staff, and trailer can all be viewed along with the new key visual. There is also a “story” section on the website, but the option is grayed out as of writing. No story details beyond what’s in each preview are available at this time.

SSSS.Dynazenon will air in April 2021.

Sources: Official SSSS.Dynazenon English Website, YouTube, Twitter (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6)


A Game Design and Production graduate of the Class of 2019, Brody is a creative who loves to draw, write, design, and dive deep into entertainment. He enjoys reverse engineering and analyzing the deeper meaning of video games, comics, movies, and of course, tokusatsu.

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