Funimation Announces English Dub Cast of Eden of the EastMay 15th 2010
Flower Mound, Texas – May 15, 2010 -- FUNimation® Entertainment has announced the English cast of the 11-episode original animated series “Eden of the East.”
The main cast:
Akira Takizawa - Jason Liebrecht
Saki Morimi - Leah Clark
Juiz - Stephanie Young
Kuroha Diana Shiratori - Christine Auten
Daiju Mononobe - John Gremillion
Micchon - Stephanie Sheh
Haruo Kasuga - John Burgmeier
Sis - Lydia Mackay
Kazuomi Hirasawa - J. Michael Tatum
Satoshi Osugi - Michael Sinterniklaas
Panties - Newton Pittman
The line producer and ADR director is Mike McFarland.
The series was originally written and directed by acclaimed director Kenji Kamiyama (“Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex”, “Moribito - Guardian of the Spirit”) and produced by Production I.G.
In addition, celebrated manga artist Chica Umino (Honey and Clover) was brought onto the production to create the original character design.
Also, the DVD release of the series will be using the show opening sequence, with original music, as used in Japan in addition to the international version of the show opening.
About Eden of the East
Akira Takizawa wakes up naked outside the White House with no memories. He's got a gun in one hand, a cell phone in the other, and doesn't know if he's a good guy or one of the worst. He doesn't remember the phone gives him instant access to ten billion yen and a woman who can make his most outlandish requests a reality. He doesn't recall his connection to the ongoing missile attacks terrorizing the Japanese people. Or the part he played in the sudden disappearance of 20,000 shut-ins. He doesn't even remember he's supposed to save Japan and will be murdered if he fails. Whatever it is he's tangled up in, Takizawa's definitely in deep – and that's not even scratching the surface.
FUNimation Entertainment will release the series on DVD and Blu-ray on September 28, 2010.
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