We’re excited to announce that we have acquired the home video rights to the hit mystery show, Gosick–AND Part 1 is already available for pre-order, releasing on May 30th, 2017! And if you’re looking for clues as to whether this release will have an English dub, we can confirm that it will indeed! We’ve got a look at packaging, synopsis, and our wonderful English cast, below…
Prepare yourself for an adventure of epic proportions. With warriors so skilled at battling questionable slimes and taming tumescent tentacles, there’s no need for all that bulky armor.
That’s right. We’re talkin’ about Bikini Warriors. It’s now available for pre-order, which means we’re also sharing the English voice cast behind these warrior beauties!
Brought to you by some of the masters of the female form, Bikini Warriors features character designs by Rei Hiroe (Black Lagoon), Tony Taka, Odanon (Queen’s Blade), and Hisasi. All your favorite RPG classes–beginning with the athletic Fighter, elegant Paladin, and enchanting Mage–are busting the min/max barriers for maximum blood loss! Are you equipped? Unsheathe your sword and prepare for battle!
MAGE – Sarah Wiedenheft
NARRATOR – Christopher R. Sabat
The Broadcast Dub for Three Leaves, Three Colors is officially here, and so is the English voice cast announcement! Stream the new episode and find out who voices this zany bunch of characters, below!
Futaba Odagiri is the energetic transfer student who befriends Teru Hayama, the class president who is meaner than she looks, and Youko Nishikawa, a former rich girl who still acts like a princess. Three very different girls who only share one thing: the kanji for leaf in their names. Balancing school and life is hard enough, but what about dealing with clashing personalities on top of it all?
Cast & Crew
Yoko Nishikawa – Alexis Tipton
Futaba Odagiri – Jeannie Tirado
Hayama – Tabitha Ray
Mitsugu Yamaji – Kyle Phillips
ADR Director – Tyler Walker
Beneath the earth’s surface lies the unknown world, Endra. After touching a mysterious crystal, Shun Asanaga finds himself in this new land and his only way home lies with helping the vengeful Prince Emilio. Recently imprisoned, Emilio vows to take back his rightful throne from King Delzaine. Check out the latest adventure from the creator of Rurouni Kenshin and the studio behind Durarara!!
Shun Asanaga – Aaron Dismuke
Emilio Langheim – Ian Sinclair
Alicia – Sarah Wiedenheft
Falarion – Felecia Angelle
King Delzaine – Phil Parsons
Pascal – Mark Stoddard
ADR Director – Kyle Phillips
ADR Engineer – Jeremy Woods
If you missed the announcement on Dubbletalk this week, fear not! We’ve got the English voice cast and crew for ‘And you thought there is never a girl online?‘ here for you!
After Hideki Nishimura confesses to a girl online, he is shocked when she turns out to be a boy. Traumatized, he swears to never trust any “girl” players. That is, until one confesses to him! Ako Tamaki is a beautiful loner who has trouble differentiating between what’s reality and the online world she spends so much of her time in. Can Hideki and his guild friends help fix socially inept Ako?
HIDEKI/RUSIAN – Dallas Reid
AKO – Trina Nishimura
AKANE – Jad Saxton
KYOH – Mallorie Rodak
SCHWEIN – Josh Grelle
APRICOT – J. Michael Tatum
ADR Director: Cris George
ADR Engineer: Jose Sandoval
Catch the first dubbed episode, streaming now!
The broadcast dub for Shonen Maid begins tonight which means we’ve got an English voice cast announcement for you! The dub episodes for this cute slice-of-life will be launching alongside the new simulcast episodes, Fridays at 8:30p Eastern!
After the loss of his mother, Chihiro is left alone. With no known family left, he has to find a way to
move on. Things aren’t looking good until a chance encounter with the young and handsome
Madoka—who turns out to be his wealthy uncle! Madoka offers him his home and all Chihiro has to do is clean up after the messy, irresponsible man. The problem? This job requires a uniform—a maid outfit!
Meet the wonderful cast and crew behind the show!
Chihiro – Apphia Yu
Madoka – Seth Magill
Keiichiro – Todd Haberkorn
Chiyo – Michelle Rojas
Miyako – Leah Clark
Hino – Morgan Berry
Amahara – Kristen McGuire
Takei – Kate Oxley
ADR Director – Caitlin Glass
ADR Engineer – Domonique French
Don’t forget to catch the very first dub episode, launching tonight at 8:30p ET!
meching macking making its way to home video on December 15th, and we’re revealing the English voice cast and crew! Plus, if you missed the dub premiere at Anime Weekend Atlanta, we’ve got a sneak peek of the dub in the raunchy trailer below!
|MATAYOSHI||J. Michael Tatum|
|PENGUIN EMPEROR…||Patrick Seitz|
|ADR DIRECTOR||Clifford Chapin|
|HEAD WRITER||John Burgmeier|
Official Series Synopsis –
The creators of High School DxD bring you a ridiculously raunchy romp through a world filled with mechs powered by perversion! The earth is under attack by the alien Penguin Empire and only heroes able to produce Hi-Ero particles need apply. Piloting the Daimidaler mechs are master pervert Kouichi with his take-no-prisoners libido and Kiriko, a girl who can level cities just by thinking of her boyfriend. It’s up to them to dodge the massive front tails of the filthy penguin commandos and go toe to toe with rival mechs powered by a girl who loves penguins a little too much. Experience an overflow of Hi-Ero power with brave Daimidaler!
Pre-0rder your Blu-ray & DVD combo now!
The English dub for The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan premieres tomorrow and after wild speculation, Craigslist ads, and role-stealing sharks, we’re finally announcing the cast! Our friends at Okratron 5000 are handling the English dub, which features the following:
|ADR Director||…..Christopher R. Sabat|
|Lead Writer||…..Bonny Clinkenbeard||…..
Catch the FIRST English Broadcast Dub episode of The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan, Friday 29th @ 1:10pm CT on funimation.com/spring!
UPDATE: Note from Justin Cook —
Hello Everyone in Anime Land!
I just wanted to swoop in and say that I’m super excited about all the talk and buzz going on about the broadcast dub for theDisappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan. I can say that we’re very excited as well. When the word began to spread about the possibility of being able to dub this wonderful spin-off of the series, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, I knew that above all else we’d want to retain the original voice cast, as well as anyone else of the original production team that we could recruit. The trouble was I needed someone to help run the project, and I thought to myself “self, who is someone who can get things done? Who is someone that is just as obsessed with trying to ‘build the better dub’ we are here at FUNimation?” The answer came to me almost immediately… Christopher R. Sabat can help, Christopher R. Sabat can always help. And help he did. Not only did he manage to secure the entire (so far) original cast, but he also reached out to the talented Alex Von David. At the end of the day, we weren’t able to work out a schedule that worked for securing him for voice directing the entire series, but he’s agreed to help out as his schedule allows. So, now our man on the ground in LA is Todd Haberkorn, which we’re also very excited about! Anyway, I’m telling you all of this because usually when we make our cast announcements we attach a voice director, and since at the time of the cast announcement we were a little unsure about who was going to be the full time voice director, we went with Chris’ name as we knew he would be attached all the way to the 16th episode. To make this a very high maintenance announcement, the truth is that Todd Haberkorn is currently voice directing the series with Christopher R. Sabat producing, but to be fair, Todd may not be able to maintain the schedule and may have to duck out to let Alex or one of the other talented voice directors that Sabat has available to him. But what I can guarantee is that Chris, and the fine folks here at FUNimation, will be helping to keep things consistent and ensure that the dub sounds like one cohesive project, so that if Todd must jump out for a little bit, you, the fans, won’t know the difference. At least that’s our goal!
For the love of Anime and all her fans,
Break out the pool cues and the darts, it’s time for the English cast announcement for Death Parade!
DECIM – Alex Organ
WOMAN – Jamie Marchi
NONA – Jad Saxton
QUIN – Anastasia Munoz
CLAVIS – Z. Charles Bolton
TAKASHI – Eric Vale
MACHIKO – Trina Nishimura
ADR Director – Zach Bolton
Assistant ADR Director: Cris George
ADR Engineer – Cris George
Translator: Steve Simmons
Script Writer: Bonny Clinkenbeard
There is a place after death that’s neither heaven nor hell. A bar that serves you one chance to win. You cannot leave until the game is over, and when it is, your life may be too. From Studio Madhouse (Death Note, Black Lagoon) comes a thrilling new series where the stakes are high and the rules are simple: your life is on the line.
Now, check out a sneak peek of the dub!