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Kazumi ist auf dem Weg zu einem Vorstellungsgespräch, als ihm ein Dieb sein Portemonnaie aus der Hand reißt. Entsetzt verfolgt er den Räuber, bis er schließlich auf einem belebten Platz stehenbleibt und in die Menge brüllt: "Hey, Du mit der orangenen Kopfbedeckung, bleib stehen!!". Verwundert drehen sich alle nach der beeindruckenden Stimme um, und auch der orange behütete Dieb gibt kleinlaut seine Beute zurück! Kazumi ist nämlich Synchronsprecher, ein "Seiyuu", und unterwegs zu einem Casting für die beliebte Serie "BLADE"! Allerdings hat er nicht mit der rauen Ellbogengesellschaft unter den Top-Sprechern gerechnet …

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