Funimation, Crunchyroll Stream D4DJ First Mix Anime's English/Spanish Dubs (Updated)
posted on by Alex Mateo
Funimation announced on Wednesday that it will begin streaming all 13 episodes of D4DJ First Mix, the television anime in Bushiroad's D4DJ multimedia project, with English and Spanish dubs on Thursday.
Update: Crunchyroll will also stream the anime's English and Spanish dubs. The English dub will begin streaming on Thursday at 4 p.m. EDT, and the Spanish dub will begin streaming at 5:30 p.m. EDT.
The dub casts include (English / Spanish)
- Emi Lo / Andrea Higa as Rinku Aimoto
- Karin Kagami / Agostina Longo as Maho Akashi
- Lily Pichu / Noelia Lestani as Muni Ohnaruto
- Anairis Quiñones / Luciana Falcón as Rei Togetsu
- Christie Cate / Kamala Videla as Kyoko Yamate
- Divi Muse / Vania Garcia as Shinobu Inuyose
- Brianna Knickerbocker / Micaela Oddera as Yuka Jennifer Sasago
- Kayli Mills / Florencia Coianis as Esora Shimizu
- Deneen Melody / Martina Panno as Saki Izumo
- Heather Gonzales / Solana Pastorino as Ibuki Niijima
- Brittany Lauda / Carolina Odena as Towa Hanamaki
- Michelle Marie / Ángeles Lescano as Noa Fukushima
D4DJ First Mix, the main television anime in the franchise, premiered in Japan in October 2020. The English-dubbed version of the show premiered on YouTube on January 17.
The anime is streaming on Funimation, Ani-One Asia, Crunchyroll, HIDIVE, YouTube, Anime Network, AnimeLab (Australia and New Zealand), Wakanim (Europe), Aniplus-Asia (Southeast Asia), Bahamut Animation Madness (Taiwan), friDay Video (Taiwan), KKTV (Taiwan), My-Video (Taiwan), Hami Video (Taiwan), Chunghwa Telecom MOD (Taiwan), and Flixer.
Following BanG Dream! and Revue Starlight, D4DJ is Bushiroad's new DJ-themed mixed-media project. The project includes live DJ performances, several manga, anime, and games. The project incorporates new music as well as remixes of popular music.
A series of anime shorts titled Pucchimiku D4DJ Petit Mix that began airing within the franchise's variety program D4DJ Photon Maiden TV on February 5. The shorts feature the members of the in-universe groups Happy Around!, Peaky P-key, Photon Maiden, Merm4id, Rondo, and Lyrical Lily. The anime streams on the official D4DJ YouTube channel.
Sources: Funimation (Nicholas Friedman), Crunchyroll (Humberto Saabedra)
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