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Sentai Casts Molly Searcy As Isuzu Sento In Amagi Brilliant Park Dub

I, ah… don’t think that’s how you ask a guy out, Isuzu, nor it is how you party like it’s your birthday.

Yesterday, Sentai Filmworks announced the third member of their English dub for Amagi Brilliant Park. The publisher revealed that Molly Searcy will play Isuzu Sento in the adaptation.

Sentai released a 57-second dub teaser to promote the news, which offers a preview of Gibbs’s performance.

Last week, Sentai revealed the first two cast members:

Amagi Brilliant Park will hit retailers on February 28. Sentai will release the show in three versions:

  • DVD
  • Blu-Ray
  • Premium Edition Blu-Ray

The Premium Edition will include a companion booklet, sticker sheets, iron token, mirror button, metal pin set with card, certificate of authenticity, park brochures, and a map poster.

Amagi Brilliant Park is based on Shoji Gatoh’s light novel of the same name. The series was animated by Kyoto Animation, and directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto (Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya).

Sentai Filmworks describes the show as:

The “slapstick drama” begins with Seiya Kanie, a high school boy who is invited on a date in an amusement park by a mysterious beautiful transfer student named Isuzu Sento. He is introduced to Ratifa, a “real” princess and the park’s manager, and is asked to be the acting manager of this “disappointing amusement park in the Tokyo suburbs

Sentai released a teaser trailers to confirm the roles for Princess Latifah and Seiya Kanie. You can check these out below:

Princess Latifah

Seiya Kanie

Source: YouTube (Sentai Filmworks)

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