Funimation Announces The Rolling Girls Anime Dub Cast
posted on by Karen Ressler
North American anime distributor Funimation Entertainment announced the cast for its English Broadcast Dub of The Rolling Girls on Friday. The first episode will premiere for subscribers on Funimation's website on Saturday at 12:58pm EST.
The cast, under ADR director Colleen Clinkenbeard, Assistant ADR Director Clifford Chapin, ADR Engineer Stephen Hoff, and Assistant ADR Engineer Matt Grounds includes:
- Felecia Angelle as Nozomi
- Monica Rial as Yukina
- Jad Saxton as Ai
- Leah Clark as Chiaya
- Colleen Clinkenbeard as Masami
- Jamie Marchi as Shigyo
- Rachel Robinson as Haruka
- Tyson Rinehart as Momiyama
Nita Lieu is translating the series and Bonny Clinkenbeard is writing the script.
Funimation describes the story:
Gun your engines and get ready for the full-throttle adventure ofThe Rolling Girls, the first original anime from the studio that brought you Attack on Titan! In the wake of the Great Tokyo War, Japan, as the world once knew it, no longer exists. What remains is a fragmented network of independent nations ruled by heroes known as Bests. Each Best commands an army made of the Rest as they seek to conquer anyone in their path. Enter Nozomi, Yukina, Ai, and Chiaya. These four intrepid and adorable girls are ordered by their Best to travel across the country by motorcycle, keeping a watchful eye on the field of battle wherever they encounter violence between warring nations!
Funimation is currently streaming the series with English subtitles as it airs in Japan.
The company is launching Broadcast Dubs for Death Parade, Tokyo Ghoul √A, The Rolling Girls, World Break: Aria of Curse for a Holy Swordsman, Kamisama Kiss 2, Absolute Duo, Yuri Kuma Arashi, Yona of the Dawn, and Maria the Virgin Witch.
Funimation launched its first two Broadcast Dubs, Psycho-Pass 2 and Laughing Under the Clouds, in November after premiering both shows with subtitles in October. The company plans to produce a final English dub after the Broadcast Dub and before the home video release of each show.