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Media Blasters Announces Full Juden-chan Anime Dub Cast

posted on 2016-06-05 03:15 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins

Media Blasters has announced its full English dub cast for the Juden Chan anime. The company had previously announced last year that Brittany Lauda would play Plug Cryostat.

The full cast is as follows:

Additional voices in the show include: Vic Mignogna, Mike Hecht, Matt Shipman, Ricco Fajardo, Jon Tanton, Greg Nugent, Leo Wiggins, Michael A. Zekas, Malika Butler, Jennifer Layla, Nicole Martino, Howard Wang, Adam Tilford, Natalie Van Sistine, Kira Buckland, David Errigo Jr., Meli Grant, and Brittany Lauda.

The staff on the show includes:

  • Lead ADR Writer: Matt Shipman
  • ADR Writer: Brittany Lauda
  • ADR Director: Brittany Lauda
  • Assistant ADR Director: Matt Shipman
  • Casting: Brittany Lauda
  • ADR Engineer: Justin Ramos
  • Executive Producer: John Sirabella
  • Associate Producer: Carl Morano

Crunchyroll revealed in August that it will add the English dub of Juden Chan to its anime streaming catalog for the U.S. and Canada. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in 2009, although it streamed a censored version of the show.

Crunchyroll describes the story:

Sadness be gone! Though depressed people are scattered across the world, there are those from a parallel world who are here to help. Known as Juden-chan, these busty ladies use their special powers to charge up the mentally dejected and earn a living in the process. While Aresta and Plug are performing their Judan-chan duties, they discover a boy named Sento. Unlike most humans, Sento can actually see them!

Media Blasters will release the series on Blu-ray Disc after Crunchyroll adds the English-dubbed version of the anime to its streaming catalog.

Media Blasters originally announced that it had licensed Juden Chan (Fight Ippatsu! Jūden-chan!!) in January 2013, and released it on a subtitled-only DVD later that year. The 2009 anime adapts the Fight Ippatsu! Jūden-chan!! science-fiction comedy manga from Bow Ditama, who previously drew the art for Bunjuro Nakayama's Mahoromatic manga and created the Kiss×sis manga.

Thanks to Peter J. LaPrade for the news tip.


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