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Anime Boston 2015: Viz Unveils New Sailor Moon R Dub Cast Members


Viz Media’s Anime Boston panel got a dose of Moon Prism Power!

Earlier today, the company announced new cast members in Sailor Moon R‘s English cast. The new members are as follows:

  • Petz: Jessica Gee
  • Calaveras: Cassandra Lee Morris
  • Berthier: Cindy Robinson
  • Koan: Claudia Lenz
  • Crimson Rubeus: Steve Cannon
  • Esmeraude: Rena S. Mandel
  • Saphir: Greg Felden
  • Prince Demande: Matthew Mercer

In addition, the original series’s dub cast will return to reprise their roles in Sailor Moon R

Viz also revealed that they’re running a new pre-order bonus for the series through Right Stuf. fans who pre-order the first Sailor Moon R set through Right Stuf will receive a collectible coin, while supplies last.

The first Sailor Moon R set will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on July 17, 2015. Viz uploaded a 90-second teaser to their YouTube channel earlier today.

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