Netflix has announced the cast for it’s English dub adaptation of Dorohedoro which is slated to release May 28th. It is as follows:
Caiman – Aleks Le
Nikaido – Reba Buhr
Shin – Sean Chiplock
Noi – Cherami Leigh
En – Keith Silverstein
Fujita – Bryce Papenbrook
Ebisu – Cristina Vee
Amnesiac Caiman seeks to undo his lizard head curse by killing the sorcerer responsible, with his friend Nikaido’s help. In the Hole, that’s a threat.
Funimation, the leading global anime content provider, today unveiled FunimationCon, its first-ever virtual con on July 3-4 celebrating the anime community. The free, two-day virtual festival brings the spirit of the con experience into the homes of anime fans with panels, cosplay meetups, forums, and more. For information on FunimationCon and to receive updates, visit FunimationCon.com. Funimation will share additional details on the event in the coming weeks.
Discotek has announced that they have acquired the rights to the classic anime film, Memories and that they plan to release it in 2021 with a brand-new English dub adaptation.
Memories is an anime movie co-produced by Madhouse Studios and Studio 4°C, and it also was co-directed by Tensai Okamura, Kouji Morimoto and Katsuhiro Otomo. It is a collection of three short movies, each directed by one different director and every one are adaptations of three of Otomo’s short stories.
The three back-to-back anime films by three different directors make up this sci-fi trilogy three years in the making. In the chilling “Magnetic Rose,” engineers on a spacecraft board an abandoned space station and encounter disturbing paranormal forces. A young lab worker accidentally swallows a chemical weapon and becomes a walking killing machine in “Stink Bomb.” In “Cannon Fodder,” a young boy and his father fight for survival in a city functioning on paranoia.
Oh, and one last thing… here’s a fixed version of the Memories teaser trailer we posted earlier. Twitter’s auto-crop kinda did a number on it. Artwork to follow–> pic.twitter.com/SZTaHkrIbY
— 💿Discotek Media (@discotekmedia) May 3, 2020
The Florida-based anime distributor has also announced that they have acquired the rights to 1001 Nights including a seldom seen English dub adaptation.