Crunchyroll kicks off the day with an official announcement of the main English dub cast for Tower of God and their upcoming Spring English Dub anime slate.
Today, Crunchyroll is announcing a full slate of English dub premieres as a part of the spring anime season including the new Crunchyroll Original series “Tower of God,” and the new spring anime series “My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!,” and “The 8th Son? Are you kidding me?”
Alongside the announcement of these series, Crunchyroll also revealed the main cast for the “Tower of God” English dub, which includes Johnny Yong Bosch, Cherami Leigh, Kira Buckland, Cristina Vee and Chris Hackney among many others.
The full lineup of dub premieres on Crunchyroll include:
“Somali and the Forest Spirit” – Following a delay due to the current situation, Crunchyroll is going to release episodes 9 through 12 on Crunchyroll on May 7.
“Science fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it” – Following a delay, Crunchyroll is going to release episodes 9 through 12 on Crunchyroll on May 8.
“Tower of God” – The hit new Crunchyroll Original series will begin airing weekly dubbed episodes starting May 13, with new episodes airing every Wednesday.
“The 8th son? Are you kidding me?” – Crunchyroll will launch the dub for this new spring anime series starting May 14, with new episodes airing every Thursday.
“My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!”– Crunchyroll will launch the dub for this new spring anime series starting May 16, with new episodes airing every Saturday.
“Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun” – Following a delay, Crunchyroll will launch episode 16 of “Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun” starting on May 16. New episodes will air weekly thereafter.
“In/Spectre” – Following a delay, Crunchyroll will air episode 8 of the Crunchyroll Original series “In/Spectre” starting on May 23. New episodes will air thereafter.
“I am incredibly proud of the Crunchyroll production team for safely delivering dubs to our community. For the series that experienced delays, we restarted production with a remote cast and crew. We produced about half of ‘Tower of God’ in studio, before shifting to a fully-remote workflow. We also recorded the entirety of the current episodes of ‘The 8th son? Are you kidding me?’ and ‘My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!’ with a remote cast,” said Joshua Lopez, Director of Production, Crunchyroll.
The full dub cast for ‘The Tower of God’ includes:
Bam – Johnny Yong Bosch (Giyu Tomioka in “Demon Slayer,” Makoto Tachibana in “Free!” Zora in “Black Clover” and Ichigo Kurosaki in “Bleach” among many others)
Rachel – Valerie Rose Lohman (Jess Blazkowicz in “Wolfenstein: Youngblood,” Edith Finch in “”What Remains of Edith Finch”)
Headon – Christopher Swindle (Jack Hanma in “Baki,” various voices in “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations,” and Arthur Rimbaud in “Bungo Stray Dogs”)
Khun Aguero Agnis – Chris Hackney (Dimitri in “Fire Emblem: Three Houses”)
Rak Wraithraiser – Matthew David Rudd (Baal in “Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-Kun” and Leaky Eye Lica in “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind”)
Yuri Jahad – Kira Buckland (Reimi Sugimoto in “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable,” and 2B in “NieR: Automata” among many others)
Evan Edroch – Kyle McCarley (Narancia Ghirga in “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Golden Wind” and 9S in “NieR: Automata”)
Anaak Jahad – Cherami Leigh (Sailor Venus in “Sailor Moon,” and Asuna Yuuki in “Sword Art Online” among many others)
Hatz – Nicolas Roye (Octane in “Apex Legends”)
Shibisu – Scott Whyte (Known for his work in various video games including “Death Stranding,” “Star Wars: The Old Republic – Onslaught” and “Transformers: War for Cybertron”
Endorsi Jahad – Jeannie Tirado (Norman in “The Promised Neverland,” and Fana from “Black Clover”)
Lero Ro – Trent Mills (LA-based comedian, actor, singer. Upright Citizen’s Brigade)
Hansung Yu – Lucien Dodge (Waver Velvet in “Fate/Zero”)
Serena – Cristina Vee (Darkness in “Konosuba,” Killua Zoldyck in “Hunter x Hunter,” Homura Akemi in “Puella Magi Madoka Magica,” and Sailor Mars in “Sailor Moon” to name a few).
Crunchyroll will be announcing the dub casts for “The 8th son? Are you kidding me?” and “My Next Life as a Villainess” across Crunchyroll News and social media this week, so fans are invited to keep an eye out for more.
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