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Funimation Unveils ACCA Anime’s English Dub Cast


It’s time for ACCA to come together for an international operation.

Earlier today, Funimation unveiled their English dub cast for ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. The series will star the following:

  • Jean Otus: Austin Tindle
  • Lotta Otus: Alexis Tipton
  • Nino: Christopher Bevins
  • Grossular: Ian Sinclair
  • Lilium: Jason Liebrecht
  • Spade: Mark Stoddard
  • Pastis: Aaron Roberts
  • Pine: Chris Rager
  • Mauve: Rachel Robinson
  • Rail: Aaron Dismuke
  • Moz: Sarah Wiedenheft
  • Atri: Alex Moore
  • Keli: Anastasia Muñoz
  • Knot: Josh Grelle
  • Owl: Sonny Strait
  • Pochard: Charlie Campbell
  • Eider: Carli Mosier
  • Grus: Philip Weber
  • Rail’s Partner: Marcus Stimac

Christopher Bevins, which features scripts by J. Michael Tatum. Matt Grounds is serving as ADR Engineer.

The ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. dub will début on FunimationNow tonight at 9:30PM Eastern (6:30PM Pacific).

ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. is based on Natsume Ono’s (House of Five Leaves, Ristorante Paradiso) manga of the same name. Shingo Natsume (Space DandyOne-Punch Man) is directing the series at Madhouse, with Norifumi Kugai (Space Dandy, One-Punch Man) providing character designs. Tomohiro Suzuki (One-Punch Man) is in charge of series composition.

Funimation describes the show as:

Jean Otus, commonly known as “Jean the Cigarette Peddler,” is one of the most cunning agents working for the unified group known as “ACCA.” In a kingdom split between 13 regions, ACCA serves to maintain the peace. Those working in the syndicate consider it their life and purpose. But Jean is monitored by gazes, rumors, and…snack time. Slowly, his life is swallowed up into the world’s conspiracies!

Source: Funimation Blog

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