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FUNimation Unveils Dub Cast For Brothers Conflict!

KV“Brothers Conflict” sounds like it could be a fight for the couch.

Earlier today, Crunchyroll announced the English dub cast for Brothers Conflict! The series will star the following:

  • Ema Asahina: Colleen Clinkenbeard
  • Masaomi Asahina: J. Michael Tatum
  • Ukyo Asahina: Christopher R. Sabat
  • Kaname Asahina: Ian Sinclair
  • Hikaru Asahina: Todd Haberkorn
  • Tsubaki Asahina: Micah Solusod
  • Azusa Asahina: Josh Grelle
  • Natsume Asahina: Kyle Hebert
  • Louis Asahina: Jerry Jewell
  • Subaru Asahina: David Matranga
  • Iori Asahina: Eric Vale
  • Yusuke Asahina: Matthew Mercer
  • Futo Asahina: Vic Mignogna
  • Wataru Asahina: Bryce Papenbrook
  • Juli: Sonny Strait
  • Rintaro Hinata: David Wald
  • Miwa Asahina: Jamie Marchi
  • Kazuma Sasakura: Ricco Fajardo
  • Mahoko Imai: Lindsay Seidel

In addition to playing the role of Ema, Colleen Clinkenbeard will serve as ADR director on the project.

Brothers Conflict! is based on the novel series by Atsuko Kanase, Takeshi Mizuno, and illustrator Udajo. The series, which aired in the Summer 2013 broadcast season, was directed by Jun Matsumoto (Blood+, Persona -trinity soul- ) at Brain’s Base. Kumi Ishii (Ichigo 100%, Oreimo) provided character designs on the project, while Natsuko Takahashi (Divine Gate, Norn9) took charge of series composition.

FUNimation describes the series as follows:

Ema Hinata is lonely. As an only child and the daughter of a famous explorer, for most of her life her closest companion has been Juli, her talking pet squirrel. But her father is getting remarried, and her new family is…a little unorthodox. Now, she’s got 13 gorgeous guys as her stepbrothers, and they’re all after her heart! But is romance what she wants, or is it family?

Brothers Conflict! hits DVD and Blu-Ray on March 8.

Source: FUNimation Blog

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