SpongeBob SquarePants, the Nickelodeon cartoon series so famous in Italy, has recently become popular a real anime Complete with opening, ending, Japanese synchronization and a completely revised animation style. The first episode introduces "The Bubble Bass Narrative Arc" and is available for free on YouTube.

But why was a SpongeBob anime made? Let's try to sort it out. The American animator on August 23, 2017 NarmakHe is best known for his funny parody videos and has posted on his YouTube channel a Japanese-style SpongeBob openingby borrowing the song Colors of the heart UVERworld (already opening of the third season of Blood +) and inserting many quotes in the original cartoon, but these are re-examined in a slightly darker tone.

Of course the idea was to laugh, but the opening immediately went viral and got Millions of viewsThis prompted Narmak to consider real anime adaptation. After feeling the ground through the publication of other acronyms and some OSTs and receiving millions of clicks all the time, he decided to fund the work, hire professional speakers, and start working on the customization.

The voice actor is John Wang, CEO and founder of Voicedubz Studios with more than ten years of experience. The SpongeBob anime premiere was seen by around two million users in the first 24 hours.

The episode in question seen in the article above shows the showdown between the protagonists and the villain Bubble bassIn the Narmak version, the antagonist Squidward fights and defeats himself before turning SpongeBob head to head.

And what do you think about it? Let us know with a comment! If you're looking for something official instead, we remind you that the last souls of the summer season will make their debut next week.

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