Sentai Filmworks Reveals the ‘Re: Hamatora the Animation’ English Dub Cast

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Sentai Filmworks has just revealed the English dub cast list for Re: Hamatora the Animation. This season, which is the second season of the series, is due to be released in North America on DVD and Blu-ray on January 26, 2016. The cover art for the DVD release is featured below. In addition to all twelve episodes of the first season, both editions will feature the Japanese promo, the Japanese disclaimer and the textless opening and ending animation as on-disc extras. The English dub cast is as follows (character/actor):

  • Nice – Adam Gibbs
  • Murasaki – David Wald
  • Art – Leraldo Anzaldua
  • Hajime – Christina Kelly
  • Birthday – Blake Shepard
  • Ratio – Andrew Love
  • Honey – Margaret McDonald
  • Three – George Manley
  • Koneko – Nancy Novotny
  • Master – Carl Masterson
  • Gasuke – Luis Galindo
  • Mao – Mike Yager
  • Theo – Greg Ayres
  • Rei – Juliet Simmons
  • Moral – Chris Patton
  • Chiyuu – Kasi Hollowell
  • Momoka – Carli Mosier
  • Ishigami – John Gremillion
  • Mamiya – Bryan Kaplun
  • Gouda / Mio – Kira Vincent Davis
  • Suzuki / Ogii – Mark X Laskowski
  • Masumoto – Josh Morrison
  • Suruga – Scott Gibbs
  • Sakuraba / Wind – Jovan Jackson
  • Doktor – Rutherford Cravens
  • Hikaru – Bryson Baugus
  • Paper – Stephen E. Moellering
  • Sakurai – Gareth West
  • Samura / Onoo – John Swasey
  • Natsukawa – Tommy Baird
  • Kid Nice / Ichiko – Tiffany Grant
  • Kid Art / Nurse- Katelyn Barr
  • Skill – Kalin Coates
  • Youko – Amanda L. Baird
  • Mina – Joanne Bonasso
  • Kotone – Tiffany Terrell
  • Beckiena – Allison Sumrall
  • Hagii / Dr. Watanabe – Houston Hayes

Sentai Filmworks announced their acquisition of this season towards the end of last September. Seiji Kishi returned as the director for this season. Jun Kumagi provided the series composition. Sound direction was provided by Satoki Iida. It was animated by Lerche.

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