- Many people are now excited to watch the Philippine adaptation of “Voltes V: Legacy”
- They became more excited when the Kapuso network released the show’s second trailer
- The video already has more than 600 thousand views on YouTube as of the time of writing
- A lot of social media users aired their honest comments after watching the said trailer
The Kapuso network has finally released to the public the second trailer of the much-awaited Philippine adaptation of Voltes V.
KAMI learned that the said network uploaded the 1-minute trailer on its official YouTube channel on January 14.
It showed some of the most known elements in the classic anime, such as the Boazanian space ship and the Camp Big Falcon.
The vehicles and crew of Voltes V were also briefly featured in the much-talked-about video.
As of this writing, the trailer already has more than 650 thousand views on YouTube. It also elicited various reactions from netizens.
Here are some of the comments online:
“Fingers crossed that GMA will pull this off successfully. Pandemic be damned.”
“Philippines and Japan: Let's volt in!”
“The quality is surprisingly better than I expected. I hope they will do it for video streaming services that support it in Japan.”
“90's kid here. Can't wait to watch the start of this series. Gattai sequence pa lang maporma na (especially on HD). Congratulations in advance GMA7 and Toei.”
“GOOSEBUMPS! Ang epic nito!”
“It’s about time to see this kind of animation made only in the Philippines. Kudos to all the staff and director! Cheers!”
Watch the video below:
Voltes V is one of the most watched anime series in Japan and other parts of the world. Many people are already excited to watch the Philippine adaptation of the said show. It will be shown soon on GMA-7 network.
Meanwhile, several news about the said network has surfaced on social media. One of them is the transfer of Richard Yap, also known as “Sir Chief.”
Janine Gutierrez also recently signed a contract with ABS-CBN after 8 years of stay in the Kapuso network. She signed a contract with ABS-CBN and Dreamscape on January 15.
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