By Kiyoshi Yamada, Shizuya Nagasaki, and Kazunori Ohara The voice actors behind the voice of Shrek and the voice actors of Azula are back in full force for the third and final season of the Japanese animation series Silent Voice.
In this episode of the anime’s new anime, the voice actresses for the characters from the Disney animated films Shrek the Third, The Lion King, and Sleeping Beauty, Azula, and Princess Jasmine, as well as a new character named Natsumi, return to discuss their characters and the events that took place during the second half of the series.
For the first time ever, Azul is voiced by a Japanese actress and has been voiced by her own sister, Nagasaki.
This was also the first anime series to feature voice actors from a variety of countries, and the first of its kind in the world to feature Azula and Shrek as main characters.
Natsuma’s voice was first voiced by Japanese actress Yutaka Yamaoka in the Japanese anime series Princess Tutu, and her voice was featured in the English dub of the original Japanese version of the film, but was removed in the final theatrical release of the dub.
Shrek’s voice is voiced in by a male Japanese actor, Masami Suga.
Azula’s voice, by contrast, was voiced by Miyuki Sano, the character designer who designed the characters.
Azul’s voice came from the voice actor who voiced her sister, Suzumiya Natsumae, in the first film, The Dreaming, and in the second film, Cinderella, and she also received the voice actress role in the original series.
She also received a second Japanese voice actress voice actress voicing her sister in Cinderella.
“I have always wanted to do voice acting for Shrek,” Nagasaki says.
“But I was really surprised by the fact that my sister, Suga, came up with this voice.
I wanted to see if I could do this voice in my own voice, and I had never done voice acting before.
I was a little surprised.”
Azula was created in 1986 and has since become one of the most recognizable characters in Disney animation.
The series aired for four seasons from 1984 to 1991.
It spawned the Disney Princesses series and later inspired several films.
“Shrek and Azul have always been such a huge part of the Disney animation universe, and it was a great honor to be able to bring these two characters to life,” Yamada says.
For Azula fans, the series’ final episode, titled “The Secret of Shiki,” aired on October 20, 2019.
For fans of the animated film The Lion Princess, the finale was released in 2018.
“This is the third time that I’ve done a series finale with Azul,” Suga says.
The second series finale, “The Golden Age,” aired in July 2019, and Azule has also appeared in films such as Shrek: Book of Secrets and Frozen.
Azule’s character design is inspired by Shrek, and Natsumo’s character was inspired by her sister.
Nagasaki’s character designs are inspired by Princess Jasmin, and Suga’s character is inspired, in part, by Princess Minnie.
“Azula was inspired to be a princess,” Sugo says.
She is a princess because she is a fairy.
“Her sister, Natsume, was inspired because she was a princess.
Azuri was inspired in part because she’s a princess.”
Natsuminas design was inspired from Azula.
“We wanted to make a girl with the personality of a princess that was like Azula,” Sugoi says.
Suga notes that it was hard to come up with a design that fit the spirit of the characters’ personalities.
“It was difficult for us to think of a design for Azul, who was more like a human, to match Azula.”
Azul and Azu have had their own personalities in the past, and as characters, Azu and Azui have a different personality.
Nagayasu’s personality is influenced by Natsu, who is a dragon.
“Natsumi is influenced in part by Natsu, a dragon,” Sugawa says.
Azu’s personality has been influenced by Princess Natsu in the previous films, and Miyuki Shinkai’s character, who plays Azula in the series, was influenced by Azul.
“The fact that Azula is a witch is also influenced by the witches that came before us, and those witches are not only powerful but also intelligent and powerful,” Sugayasu says.
Nagaya, who also voiced Natsumena, says that she was initially nervous to voice Azula because she has been a witch for most of her life.
“When I first saw Azula [in the film] Sleeping Beauty in the