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Funimation Reveals Shakugan no Shana English Dub Cast

posted on 2012-08-17 17:45 EDT
Shakugan no Shana Second to be released on DVD/BD in December

FUNimation Entertainment announced the English dub cast for its upcoming release of the Shakugan no Shana Second television anime series, the Shakugan no Shana S original video anime project, and the film on Friday.

The main dub cast is as follows:

Shana - Cherami Leigh
Yuju - Josh Grelle
Kazumi - Brina Palencia
Margery - Colleen Clinkenbeard
Konoe - Lindsay Seidel
Alastor - Kent Williams
Marcosias - Justin Cook
Wilhelmina - Carli Mosier

The additional dub cast is as follows:

Annaberg - Patrick Seitz
Bel-Peol - Caitlin Glass
Bifrons - Cole Brown
Chigusa - Lydia Mackay
Dantalion - Barry Yandell
Domino - Barry Yandell
Fecor - Cris George
Friagne - J. Michael Tatum
Fujita - Alexis Tipton
Hamaguchi - Blake Shepherd
Heads Rinne - Linda Leonard
Hecate - Lindsay Seidel
Hhirai - Alison Viktorin
Ike - Joel McDonald
Johann - John Burgmeier
Junko - Hilary Couch
Kantaro - Chuck Huber
Kasha - Christopher Bevins
Khamsin - Todd Haberkorn
Lamies - Jerry Russell
Mare - Jamie Marchi
Marianne - Tia Ballard
Nakamura - Tia Ballard
Ogata - Brittney Karbowski
Pheles - Monica Rial
Quetzalcoatl - Charlie Campbell
Rinne - Tia Ballard
Sabrac - Brad Jackson
Sato - Greg Ayres
Sorath - Micah Solusod
Sugano - Madeleine Broseh
|Sydonay - Jason Douglas
Tanaka - Ian Sinclair
Tiamat - Aleisha Force
Tiriel - Apphia Yu
Ukobach - Greg Ayres
Valac - Anastasia Munoz
Yuri - Sean Michael Teague
Zarovee - R Bruce Elliott

Additionally, Ian Sinclair is acting as ADR Director for the film and Christopher Bevins is acting as ADR Director for the second season and OVA project.

Funimation is also streaming an English-dubbed clip from the second season.



Funimation will release the first season of Shakugan no Shana with the original Geneon English dub cast next week on Blu-ray and DVD. The company will then release the second season on December 11. The release of the second season was delayed from September 25 so that Funimation could add more extras to the discs.

Funimation will premiere the Shakugan no Shana film at Anime Revolution in Vancouver this weekend.

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