Jessica Calvello, Blake Shepard Star in Dog & Scissors Dub Cast
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
- Blake Shepard as Kazuhito Harumi
- Jessica Calvello as Natsuno Kirihime
- Joanne Bonasso as Suzuna
- John Gremillion as Toji
- Brittney Karbowski as Maxi Akizuki
- Monica Rial as Yayoi Honda
- Chris Hutchison as Afro Gomez
- Julia Traber as Sumitani
- John Swasey as Genji
- Luci Christian as Sarai
- Nancy Novotny as Sakura Honda
- Carli Mosier as Sachi Moribe
- Juliet Simmons as Madoka Harumi
- David Wald as Munakata
- John Swasey as Fumio Honda
- Luci Christian as Hami
- Leraldo Anzaldua as Macho
- David Wald as Daimon
- Emily Neves as Momiji Himehagi
The series will ship on Blu-ray and DVD on January 6, 2015.
Sentai Filmworks describes the story:
Harumi Kazuhito could spend days at a time with his head buried in his beloved books, and little would make him happier than perusing the pages of his favorite author. Unfortunately, when Harumi gets himself killed he inexplicably finds himself reincarnated as a dog... which might not be so bad if he could read, or his new owner didn't have the unfortunate twin predilections of playing with scissors and tormenting her new pet!
But what truly makes this strange reincarnation the worst of all possible worlds is that she's also his favorite author! The horror! Can Harumi find a way to live with this tantrum-throwing typist, or will her crazed clippings prove to be his undoing? Can he escape her constant hounding via the doggy door, or is he barking up the wrong tree? There's a rough, rough time ahead as canine compulsive readers and literary she-wolves get snippy with each other when doggies do what they gotta do!
Yukio Takahashi (episode director for B Gata H Kei - Yamada's First Time, Last Exile: Fam, The Silver Wing) made his full directing debut with the series, and Toshizo Nemoto (Tokyo Majin, Inu X Boku Secret Service) handled the series composition. Youko Satou (Pipopapo Patrol-kun) handled the character design, and Akito Matsuda (Koitabi ~True Tours Nanto) composed the music.
Crunchyroll streamed the series in several regions outside of Japan.