Funimation Announces Cast of Casshern Sins and Corpse Princess
FUNimation® Entertainment today announced the cast and crew for the post-apocalyptic sci-fi anime series "Casshern Sins".
Braiking Boss - Paul Slavens
Casshern - Eric Vale
Luna - Trina Nishimura
Lyuze - Brina Palencia
Leda - Shelly Calene-Black
Ohji - Jerry Russell
Ringo - Monica Rial
Dio - Jerry Jewell
Dune - Jason Douglas
ADR Director: Jason Grundy
ABOUT CASSHERN SINS
Casshern – a cybernetic assassin with no memory of his past – awakens in a corrosive wasteland where nothing survives for long. A plague known as the Ruin sweeps across this once-vibrant world, reducing everything in its path to rubble and scattering any chance for salvation. Robots and humans alike – or what little remains of them – seek vengeance against Casshern for the life he took and the role he played in their Ruin. A machine built to kill, Casshern murdered the last hope for this world, but now, lost in a future he does not recognize, he will fight to save the dying.
FUNimation Entertainment will release the first season of the series in two 12 episode sets in August 2010.
FUNimation® Entertainment today announced the English dub cast for the 13-episode supernatural anime series “Shikabane Hime” (Corpse Princess).
The main cast:
Keisei Tagami - J. Michael Tatum
Makina Hoshimura - Luci Christian
Ouri Kagami - Aaron Dismuke
Rika Aragami - Cynthia Cranz
Saki Amase - Monica Rial
Takamasa Sōgi - Joel McDonald
Itsuki Yamagami - Cherami Leigh
The line producer is Christopher Bevins and the series is directed by R. Bruce Elliot, Terri Doty and J. Michael Tatum.
Shikabane Hime (Corpse Princess) is a horror-action anime which tells the tale of a girl named Makina Hoshimura who is one of the living dead. If the girl is to ever find peace, she must hunt down and destroy her own kind. Aided by a secret society of monks, Makina's quest to rid the world of the undead begins.
FUNimation Entertainment will release Corpse Princess Part One: AKA and Corpse Princess Part Two: KURO on DVD September 14, 2010.
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