Fire Force: arrival date on Italia 2, clip in Italian and announcement of the home video from Yamato Video

Fire Force: arrival date on Italia 2, clip in Italian and announcement of the home video from Yamato Video

Fire Force

As we had already told you, Fire Force, the anime adaptation of the homonymous manga by Atsushi Okubo, the well-known author of Soul Eater, currently underway in Italy thanks to the Planet Manga publishing house (recovered the series on Amazon), will be dubbed in Italian from Yamato Animation as a gift for its 30th anniversary celebrations. The dubbed anime will be broadcast from September on Italia 2, channel 66 of digital terrestrial, uncensored and followed by the second season.

Not only. On its Facebook page, Yamato Video has also announced that Fire Force will be released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the course of 2022 and on its YouTube channel it has published the first clip of the Italian dubbing.

Fire Force: arrival date on Italia 2, clip in Italian and announcement of the home video from Yamato Video

The Italian edition of the Fire Force anime is curated by the staff of Yamato Video while the dubbing is entrusted to Patrizio Prata.

We previously told you that the main cast members were Andrea Oldani in the role of Shinra Kusakabe, Patrizio Prata voices Akitaru Obi and Diego Baldo dubbing Takehisa Hinawa. Giulia Maniglio as Iris, Elisa Giorgio as Maki Oze, Ezio Vivolo as Arthur Boyle, Giada Bonanomi as Tamaki Kotatsu and Beatrice Caggiula as Princess Hibana.

The new members who will voice the characters of Fire Force are Massimiliano Lotti in the role of Captain Leonard Burns, Alessandro Pili is Licht, Claudio Moneta is double Joker, Jacopo Calatroni is Rekka Hoshimiya, Mattia Bressan is double Karim Flam and Paolo De Santis is Huo Yan Li.

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We remind you that both seasons of Fire Force are available in Italy in free streaming on the YouTube channel of Yamato Animation, in the original language with subtitles, together with Fire Force Mini Anime.

Fire Force: the manga

Fire Force, written and illustrated by Atsushi Okubo, has been serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine since September 2015 and currently the series consists of a total of 274 chapters.

In Italy the series is also available thanks to Planet Manga in a variant cover version with metal effect!

In a world where people are transformed into fire monsters, units have been created special firefighters to deal with huge threats. The Tokyo Eighth Brigade is one of them ... and Fire Force tells its story!

Drought, heat, fire force fishing ban on Colorado River

DENVER (AP) — Colorado wildlife officials on Wednesday urged anglers to avoid fishing along a stretch of the Colorado River because low flows during a historic drought in the U.S. West, critically warm water temperatures and sediment runoff from wildfire burn scars are all starving trout of oxygen.

The move along a 120-mile (193-kilometer) stretch of the river — unusual so early in the summer — is another consequence of the record heat and drought that’s afflicted the American West. The voluntary fishing ban runs from the town of Kremmling in north-central Colorado to Rifle in the western part of the state.

“The extreme drought on the Western Slope, plus the sediment and debris in the waterway, have created a really challenging situation for fish,” said Travis Duncan, spokesman for Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

River temperatures reaching and surpassing 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 Celsius) pose a threat by depleting oxygen levels and possibly feeding algae blooms. Rainbow and brown trout in the Colorado River, which thrive in temperatures between 50 and 60 F (10 and 16 C), become lethargic and often stop feeding, Duncan said, and wildlife officials have seen evidence of the fish dying in parts of the river.

“We’re asking folks to voluntarily refrain from fishing,” he said. “If the conditions persist, we’ll need to adopt a mandatory ban.”

Colorado River flows at two U.S. Geological Survey monitoring stations are less than half of historic levels, state wildlife officials said. At an upstream site, a Geological Survey gauge has been measuring between 600 and 700 cubic feet per second, compared with a typical 1,500 to 2,000 cubic feet per second.

Flows at a downstream gauge are about 1,250 cubic feet per second, compared with an expected 3,000 to 4,000 cubic feet per second, the state agency said.

Repeated mudslides, debris runoff and sediment from burn scars left behind by destructive wildfires last year, especially in the Glenwood Canyon area, are being dumped into the river.

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“With the high sediment load, the fish can’t find clear water,” Colorado Parks and Wildlife aquatic biologist Kendall Bakich said in a statement. “They’ve got to sit through those conditions. And at nighttime, the temp isn’t coming down enough, so there’s no recovery for those fish right now. They’ve just got to hang on.”

The low flows and high temperatures are affecting catch-and-release trout fishing and fly-fishing operations like the one run by Tom Trowbridge, manager of Roaring Fork Anglers in Glenwood Springs.

In South Canyon west of Glenwood Springs, river temperatures have surpassed 70 F (21 C) for the past three days, and the coolest nighttime temperature was 65 F (19 C), Trowbridge said. Luckily, his company has other river options nearby.

“In these temperatures, it is hard to catch and release the fish and have them survive the experience,” said Trowbridge, who’s seen voluntary restrictions during daytime hours in the past. The new ban runs round the clock.

Other Colorado rivers are being affected, too.

Wildlife officials said they could adopt a mandatory fishing closure on parts of the Yampa River in northern Colorado, where temperatures surpassed 75 F (24 C) on Tuesday. Biologists also are monitoring the Fraser River and the upper Colorado River. In June, officials imposed voluntary fishing restrictions on the Dolores River in southwest Colorado for the first time.