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Ushio & Tora English Dub Cast, Clip Revealed

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Brett Weaver, Allison Sumrall return from OVA as Tora, Asako

Sentai Filmworks revealed the full English dub cast and an English dub clip for Ushio & Tora on Friday. The clip showcases cast members David Matranga and Brett Weaver performing their roles as Ushio and Tora, respectively.

Some of the cast members are returning from ADV's English dub of the earlier Ushio & Tora original video anime, notably Weaver as Tora and Allison Sumrall as Asako Nakamura. The full cast list is as follows:

  • David Matranga as Ushio
  • Brett Weaver as Tora
  • John Swasey as Shigure
  • Luci Christian as MAYUKO
  • Allison Sumrall as Asako
  • Marty Fleck as Narrator
  • John Swasey as Rock Eater
  • Rob Mungle as Oni
  • Kira Vincent-Davis as Reiko
  • David Wald as Masaki
  • Andrew Love as Hitouban Father
  • Shelley Calene-Black as Hitouban Mother
  • Kyle Jones as Hitouban Grandfather
  • Patricia Duran as Hitouban Sister
  • Courtland Johnson as Hitouban Brother
  • David Wald as Hyou
  • Greg Ayres as Tatsuya
  • Philip Hays as Umizatou
  • John Gremillion as Ayakashi
  • Shelley Calene-Black as Oyakume
  • Mark X Laskowski as Atsuzawa
  • Brittney Karbowski as Yu
  • Andrew Love as Fusuma
  • Jay Hickman as Izumi
  • Andrew Love as Hiyama
  • John Gremillion as Jurou
  • Patricia Duran as Kagari
  • Jay Hickman as Raishin
  • John Swasey as Sakaguchi
  • Tiffany Grant as Saya
  • Rob Mungle as Takei
  • Shelley Calene-Black as Grandma
  • Brittney Karbowski as Omamori
  • Marty Fleck as Nigira
  • Rob Mungle as Ungaikyo
  • John Gremillion as Hitotsuki
  • Kyle Jones as Kappa
  • John Swasey as Hakumen No Mono
  • Mark X Laskowski as Elder of the East
  • Stephanie Wittels as Hinowa
  • Ian Sinclair as Nagare
  • Emily Neves as Jun
  • Clifford Chapin as Satoru
  • Jay Hickman as Izuna
  • Andrew Love as Chibaka
  • Carli Mosier as Jie Mei
  • John Gremillion as Giryou
  • Carli Mosier as Yuki
  • Brittney Karbowski as Tokisaka
  • Jay Hickman as Yasuchika
  • Emily Neves as Sumako
  • Mark X Laskowski as Tokijun
  • Blake Shepard as Kirio
  • David Wald as Kuin
  • Kira Vincent-Davis as Kuragi
  • Patricia Duran as Towako
  • Greg Ayres as Yokoo
  • Kyle Jones as Atsuike
  • Andrew Love as Inasa
  • John Gremillion as Tayura
  • Blake Shepard as Nadoka
  • Clifford Chapin as Bal
  • Jay Hickman as Nicholas
  • Mark X Laskowski as Atsuzawa
  • Tiffany Grant as Helena
  • Rob Mungle as Marco
  • Andrew Love as Yoneji
  • Christopher Patton as Shinno
  • Ian Sinclair as Gurashi
  • Andrew Love as Guren
  • Kyle Jones as Kappa
  • Mike Vance as Ibuki
  • Clifford Chapin as Kuroka
  • Andrew Love as Goro
  • Clifford Chapin as Akabane
  • Jad Saxton as Sister
  • Greg Ayres as Rama
  • Brett Weaver as Shagaksha
  • Clifford Chapin as Saturo
  • John Gremillion as Tatsyua's Dad
  • Rob Mungle as Ippei
  • Ian Sinclair as Gurashi
  • Brittney Karbowski as Lei Xia
  • Patricia Duran as Hai Fong
  • Luci Christian as Saya's Mother

John Swasey is directing the dub and Emily Nerves is writing the script.

Ushio & Tora premiered in July 2015, but its 39-episode run was split into two seasons. The first season reached the 26th episode in December 2015. The second season began with the 27th episode in April 2016, and ended in June 2016.

Crunchyroll is streamed the first and second season as they aired in Japan.

Sentai Filmworks will release a standard edition DVD and Blu-ray Discs, as well as the premium edition, on August 29. The premium edition includes the series on both DVD and Blu-ray, an art book, a replica spear, a poster, a keychain, art cards, and an extra box.

Ushio & Tora is based on Kazuhiro Fujita's supernatural battle manga. ADV Films released the 1992 original video anime project, and it describes the story:

Ushio thinks that his father's talk of an ancient ancestor impaling a demon on a temple altar stone with the legendary Beast Spear is nuts, but when he finds the monster in his own basement, Ushio has to take another look at the family legend! To save his friends and family from the invading spirits, Ushio is forced to release Tora from his captivity. But will the creature prove to be worse than the curse?

Satoshi Nishimura (Trigun, Hajime no Ippo) directed the anime at MAPPA (Rage of Bahamut Genesis) and a relatively new company, Studio VOLN. Toshiki Inoue (Chaos;HEAd, Death Note, Ranma ½) and Fujita himself were in charge of the series scripts, and Tomoko Mori (guest character designer on Garo: Honoo no Kokuin, Juden Chan) designed the characters.


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