Sentai Filmworks Reveals the ‘Chaika the Coffin Princess’ English Dub Cast

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Sentai Filmworks has revealed the official English dub cast for Chaika the Coffin Princess. The cast list is as follows (character/actor):

  • Chaika Trabant – Kira Vincent Davis
  • Toru Acura – Leraldo Anzaldua
  • Akari Acura – Joanne Bonasso
  • Frederica – Krystal LaPorte
  • Alberic Gillet – Blake Shepard
  • Nikolai Avtotor – Andrew Love
  • Vivi Holopainen – Luci Christian
  • Zita Brusasco – Caitlynn French
  • Mateus Callaway – Mike Yager
  • Leonardo Stola – Shannon Emmerick
  • Konrad Bombardier – Molly Searcy
  • Chaika Bohdan – Brittany Karbowski
  • David – Scott Gibbs
  • Selma Kenworth – Allison Sumrall
  • Cat – Krystal LaPorte
  • Guy – Kalin Coates
  • Ricardo Gavarni – Greg Ayres
  • Grato Lancia – David Wald
  • Layla – Katelyn Barr
  • Simon Scania – Luis Galindo
  • Roberto Abarth – Scotty Fults
  • Dominca Skoda – Krystal LaPorte
  • Yulia Margaret McDonald
  • Marat – Kurt Bauer
  • Lavr – Stephen E. Mollering
  • Frol – Kyle Colby Jones
  • Shin Acura – Adam Gibbs
  • Jasmine – Amanda L. Baird
  • Young Toru – Cayla Coats
  • Cizeta – John Swasey
  • Foden – Tommy Baird
  • Theobald Setra – Rob Mungle

Chris Ayres is directing the English dub. Sentai Filmworks provided a synopsis of the series:

The end of the war with the Gaz Empire only meant unemployment for former Saboteur Toru Acura. So when he collides with fate in the form of a young girl carrying a coffin through a forest, it doesn’t take much convincing for Toru and his similarly inclined step-sister Akari to join young wizard Chaika on her bizarre quest: to collect the scattered body parts of the former Emperor.

Unfortunately, the severed pieces were carried off by the Heroes who killed him, and some think that reassembling them could restart the war! On top of that, Chaika may not be who she claims to be, as there are others conducting similar missions all across the kingdoms. Is Chaika a dead man’s daughter, picking up the pieces for burial, or is there something far more sinister in the works? The winds of war are stirring and there are dragons waiting in the darkness ahead for Chaika The Coffin Princess!

The series will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 15, 2015. The DVD edition has a suggested retail price of $59.98 USD while the Blu-ray edition has a suggested retail price of $69.98 USD. The release will feature episodes 1-12 with Japanese audio, English audio and English subtitles. On-disc extras will include the Japanese promotional videos and the textless opening and ending animation.

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