Creators of ‘Gabriel and the Guardians‘ Discuss Anime Inspired by Hebrew Scriptures coming to Angel Studios.
Founders Jason Moody and David Cunningham, along with President Albert Moore discuss what was the catalyst for creating, ‘Gabriel and the Guardians’, an anime series inspired by Hebrew Scriptures as they partner with Angel Studios.
During our interview, Moody explains how he was listening to, “The Bible Project,” and realized there was something lacking for the late teens market. Surprisingly, the voice of Jesus in Aramaic for, “The Bible Project” me, which was an unknown tie-in for both of us.
‘Gabriel and the Guardians’ at some point may also include references to the deuterocanonical texts, something long removed from the Protestant Bibles.
A fascinating story that that is being supported through Angel Studios with an incredible cast featuring Johnny Yong Bosch, Cristina Vee, James Arnold Taylor and Matt Lanter, the project is nearly completing its goal from crowd funding.
If you are interested in funding ‘Gabriel and the Guardians’ visit https://invest.angel.com/guardians.
Official Press Release:
Angel Studios and Qayinara Animation have joined forces to bring the highly-anticipated anime-inspired series Gabriel and the Guardians to life.
Inspired by Hebrew scriptures, Gabriel and the Guardians is an epic fantasy series that tells the journey of Gabriel, a Celestial being from an unseen realm. With unyielding optimism, Gabriel never backs down and inspires his friends through enchanting adventures of truth and self-discovery.
This project promises to be a unique addition to the anime landscape, catering to the desire for family-friendly, wholesome content. The project has attracted some of the biggest names in anime voice talent including:
Johnny Yong Bosch (Trigun, Bleach, Persona 4, Power Rangers) as Gabriel, a Celestial Guardian tasked with protecting the Tree Eternal.
Christina Vee (Ladybug in Miraculous) as Namay’ah, a cunning and resourceful alchemist and princess.
James Arnold Taylor as Malachros, the main antagonist of Season One. We don’t want to give away too much right now but here’s a secret hint… Chaos Giants.
Matt Lanter (Ratchet & Clank, Final Fantasy X, Star Wars:The Clone Wars) as Nok, a brash and braggadocious Cleric turned Giant Slayer.
The studios recently launched a crowdfunding campaign as a means of inviting fans, communities, and supporters to become investors. By directly involving the fans and supporters, Gabriel and the Guardians can be produced independently, maintaining creative freedom and ensuring the show remains loyal to its conservative values.
The series focuses on themes of heroism, honor, and the importance of family, making it a perfect addition to any family’s viewing experience.
Key Details of the Crowdfunding Campaign:
Campaign Website: https://invest.angel.com/
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