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Blood Lad's 1st Dub Clip Streamed

posted on by Karen Ressler
Clip features Bryce Papenbrook as Staz

Viz Media began streaming its first English-dubbed clip of the anime Blood Lad on Friday. The clip features Staz in battle in the first episode.

The Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD combo-pack will ship on September 2 and include all 10 episodes and the OVA. The package will also include a 96-page color booklet, chipboard art box, art gallery, dub outtakes, convention chalk art video, and a clean opening and closing.

Viz Media describes the story:

Werewolves, zombies, and even the Abominable Snowman fight day and night for the title of Territory Boss. The vampire Staz, however, finds the whole thing to be a serious pain. He spends his time watching anime, playing video games, and daydreaming about going to the Human World. That all changes when he meets Fuyumi, a human girl who instantly win's Staz's heart, and who then loses her life to a man-eating plant.

Refusing to give up on the girl of his dreams, Staz travels across the Demon and Human Worlds in search of a way to bring Fuyumi back to life by any bloody means necessary.

The cast for the television anime series and original video anime include:

Bryce Papenbrook as Staz Charlie Blood
Xanthe Huynh as Fuyumi Yanagi
Kira Buckland as Hydra Bell
Cristina Vee as Mamejiro
Ben Diskin as Wolf

Johnny Yong Bosch as Braz D. Blood
Jason Baker as Yoshida the Mimic
Lucien Dodge as Akim Papradon
Patrick Seitz as Franken
Erik Scott Kimerer as Hydra Knell
Wendee Lee as Neyn
Keith Silverstein as Hydra Heads
Richard Epcar as Wolf Daddy
Ben Pronsky as Chief Goyle
Julie Ann Taylor as Officer Beros
Taylor Henry as ONIQLO Store Manger
Derek Stephen Prince as Sabao
Caitlin Chang as Mayu
Kyle Hebert as Dek

Brian Beacock as Shamkid
Matthew Mercer as Sam
Erica Mendez as Jasmine
Todd Stone as Roy

Viz Media announced its license of Blood Lad last July, when the series premiered. The distributor streamed English-subtitled episodes on its website and on Hulu.

[Via Fandom Post]

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