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Funimation Announces 009 Re:Cyborg English Dub Cast

posted on by Karen Ressler
Jason Griffith, Erin Fitzgerald more star in 2012 film

North American anime distributor Funimation Entertainment announced the English dub cast for the anime film 009 Re:Cyborg anime film on Thursday.

N.Y.A.V. Post is handling production of the dub. The cast, under voice directors Michael Sinterniklaas and Anthony Tortorici, is:

  • Jason Griffith as 009: Joe Shimamura
  • Marc Diraison as 002: Jet Link
  • Erin Fitzgerald as 003: Françoise Arnoul
  • Dave B. Mitchell as 004: Albert Heinrich
  • John White as 007: Great Britain
  • Marcus Griffin as 008: Pyunma
  • Michael Sorich as 006: Chang Changku
  • Patrick Seitz as 005: Geronimo Jr.
  • Stephanie Sheh as 001: Ivan Whisky
  • George C. Cole as Dr. Isaac Gilmore
  • Kevin T. Collins as Samuel Klein
  • Greg Abbey as Void
  • Sean Schemmel as Navy Man

David Raymer is handling mixing.

Funimation will release the series in a limited edition Blu-ray combo pack with a 44-page interview and information booklet on July 28.

Kamiyama wrote and directed the action science-fiction film 009 Re:Cyborg inspired by Shotaro Ishinomori's original manga. Kenji Kawai handled the music for the film, which opened in Japan in October 2012.

The story begins in 2013 when skyscrapers in London, Moscow, Berlin, and New York are destroyed by simultaneous bombings. The indiscriminate terrorism by an unknown group with unknown motives sets off widespread panic throughout the world.

There was once a group of nine cyborg fighters who rescued humanity from threats, but they had disbanded to their home countries. Now the man who created them, Dr. Gilmore, has summoned and assembled them back together again. However, the 00 Number Cyborgs' former leader, a Japanese man named Joe Shimamura, is now living alone in Tokyo's Roppongi with his past memories erased.

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