Funimation Streams KanColle English Dub Trailer

posted on by Karen Ressler
DVD/Blu-ray ships June 27

Funimation Entertainment began streaming an English dub trailer for KanColle on Monday.

The English cast, under director Jerry Jewell, includes:

  • Felecia Angelle as Fubuki
  • Leah Clark as Yuudachi
  • Cherami Leigh as Mutsuki
  • Jeannie Tirado as Kaga
  • Tia Ballard as Akagi
  • Elizabeth Maxwell as Nagato
  • Morgan Garrett as Mutsu
  • Madeleine Morris as Ooyado
  • Christina Kelly as Yamato
  • Megan Shipman as Shimakaze
  • Alexis Tipton as Kongou
  • Dawn M. Bennett as Hiei
  • Trina Nishimura as Kirishima
  • Bryn Apprill as Haruna
  • Jad Saxton as Naka
  • Natalie Hoover as Jintsuu
  • Brittney Karbowski as Sendai

Patrick Morphy and William Dewell are serving as ADR engineers and Kristen McGuire and Clayton Browning are writing the scripts.

Funimation will release the series on DVD and Blu-ray Disc with English subtitles and an English dub on June 27. Funimation is releasing the series as the second home video title in its partnership with Crunchyroll.

The 12-episode TV anime series premiered in January 2015 and Crunchyroll streamed it as it aired in Japan. The series is set in a world where humanity has lost control of the seas. The threat that has taken over the seas is the "deep sea fleet." The only ones who can counter this threat are Kan-musume (literally, warship girls), girls who possess the spirit of naval vessels from days gone by.

The base for the fleet arrayed against the "deep sea fleet" is Chinjufu. There, many various Kan-musume have gathered to live together and work hard everyday in training and other matters. One day, a Kan-musume arrives at Chinjufu. She is a special class of destroyer, and her name is Fubuki.

Keizou Kusakawa (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha franchise, Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they?) directed the anime of Kadokawa Games' moe-character card battle game at the studio Diomedea (Squid Girl, Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they?). Jukki Hanada (Love Live! School idol project, Steins;Gate) was in charge of the series scripts.

An anime film opened in Japan on November 26.

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