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Media Blasters Unveils Charger Girl Juden-Chan Dub Cast

Charger Girl Juden-chan Key Visual 001 - 20150810Did someone call for a Charger Girl?

Earlier today, Media Blasters announced the full English dub cast for Charger Girl Juden-chan. The series will star the following:

  • Plug Cryostat: Brittany Lauda
  • Sento Oumi: Daniel J. Edwards
  • Arresta Blanket: Kira Buckland
  • Rona Elmo: Daisy Guevara
  • Iono Tomogana: Felecia Angelle
  • Hakone Oumi: Cheryl Li
  • Narrator: Matt Shipman
  • Mysterious Villain: Matt Shipman
  • Pulse Trans: Amber Lee Connors
  • Sokko: Jessi Nowack
  • Maako: Caitlynn French
  • Chiiko: Amanda Lee
  • Takko: Tessa Whitten
  • Rinko: Miranda Gauvin
  • Reika Galvani: Hazel Summer
  • Kuran Shunt: Rose Dyson
  • Sweetie Millie: Yara Naika
  • Bloody Silica: Michaela A. Laws
  • The Boss: Michele Knotz
  • Kenta: David Errigo Jr.
  • Bitch: Billy Bob Thompson
  • Paita: Matt Shipman
  • Tentacle Monster: Ricco Fajardo
  • Ruiji: Rochelle J. Chiang
  • Akihiro: Eddy Lee
  • Author: Milly Prower
  • Luto Hougetsu: Nicole Martino
  • Charger Girl Engineer: Kimlinh Tran
  • Sunday Mama’s Waitress: Jennifer Layla
  • Neodym PA: Malika Butler
  • Santa Bear: Mike Hecht

Additional voices on the project include:

  • Vic Mignogna
  • Mike Hecht
  • Matt Shipman
  • Ricco Fajardo
  • Jon Tanton
  • Greg Nugent
  • Leo Wiggins
  • Michael A. Zekas
  • Malika Butler
  • Jennifer Layla
  • Nicole Martino
  • Howard Wang
  • Adam Tilford
  • Natalie Van Sistine
  • Kira Buckland
  • David Errigo Jr.
  • Meli Grant
  • Brittany Lauda.

Brittany Lauda is directing the adaptation with assistant director Matt Shipman. The two will also write the show’s dub scripts, with Shipman serving as lead ADR Writer. Justin Ramos will serve as ADR Engineer on the project. John Sirabella is attached as executive producer, while Carl Morano serves as producer.

Brittany Lauda was in charge of the dub’s casting.

Last year, we reported that Brittany Lauda was cast as Plug Cryostat. In August, Crunchyroll revealed that they will stream the dubs for both Charger Girl Juden-chan and Ladies Versus Butlers!.

The series is currently available in subtitled format on Crunchyroll. The company describes the show as:

Sadness be gone! Though depressed people are scattered across the world, there are those from a parallel world who are here to help. Known as Juden-chan, these busty ladies use their special powers to charge up the mentally dejected and earn a living in the process. While Aresta and Plug are performing their Judan-chan duties, they discover a boy named Sento. Unlike most humans, Sento can actually see them!

Media Blasters released a dub teaser for Juden-chan in July 2015. You can check this out below:

Source: Media Blasters

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