AX: Sentai Filmworks Announces Upcoming Dubs

Saturday, July 2nd, 2016

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Sentai Filmworks has announced English dubs for several series at Anime Expo today. The list includes Amagi Brilliant Park, Food Wars!, GATE, Himouto! Umaru-chan, Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Monster Musume, My Love Story!!, and Ushio & Tora.  Of these only My Love Story!! has any voice actors currently attached to them. The main character Takeo will be voiced by Andrew Love.

Sentai Flimworks AX panel

Sentai Filmworks AX Panel

There is currently no dates given for any of the releases for these series.

If you like you can check out what we thought about GATE, Ushio & Tora, Monster Musume, or Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?.

This comes from our contributors who are currently at Anime Expo.

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  • Paychi

    Some great shows. I hope they can do justice to them in the dubbing.

  • TylorW

    I honestly never thought we’d see Monster Musume get dubbed. Hopefully that means it will be on Blu-Ray over here too (for reasons). 🙂

    • TylorW

      My money is that Papi is gonna get voiced by Melissa Fahn (Neptune from Neptunia). Just a feeling.

    • PanurgeJr

      I don’t know how popular the anime was when it originally aired but the manga might be Seven Seas’ best seller right now, so I’m not too surprised it’s getting a dub.

      As for roles, I imagine Vic Mignogna as Kimihito, alternating between flabbergasted Ed Elric and kind, thoughtful Tamaki.