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FUNimation Unveils Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign (S1 Part 2) Dub Cast

Image courtesy of FUNimation
Image courtesy of FUNimation

It may be the Seraph of the End, but the fun’s just getting started!

FUNimation announced the English cast for Seraph of the End (Season 1 Part 2). The series will cast the following:

  • Ferid: Eric Vale
  • Mikaela: Justin Briner
  • Yuichiro: Micah Solusod
  • Guren: Dave Trosko
  • Yoichi: Chris Burnett
  • Shinoa: Felecia Angelle
  • Yamanaka: Seth Magill

Jerry Jewell is directing the dub, with William Dewell and Jose Sandoval working as ADR Engineers. Monica Rial is providing the show’s scripts.

Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign debuted on Japanese TV in April 2015. FUNimation is currently streaming episodes of the show as they air in Japan. The season’s dub will première on November 11, at 8:30PM Eastern.

In addition to the cast announcement, FUNimation released a new teaser trailer to promote the dub:

Seraph of the End is an adaptation of Takaya Kagami’s light novel series of the same name. Daisuke Tokudo is directing the show at Wit Studio, with Satoshi Kadowaki providing character designs.

FUNimation describes the show as follows:

The battle between humans and vampires continues in Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign Part 2. After the Shinjuku Battle, Yuichiro reunites with Mikaela only to discover he’s been turned into a vampire. To save what’s left of his family and protect his new friends, Yuichiro desperately tries to find a way to return vampires to their human forms. His search becomes a race against time when Kureto reveals to Guren that in one month, the main unit of the vampire army will start attacking Tokyo. There’s no time to waste, the real fight is about to begin!

Source: FUNimation Blog

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