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Funimation Unveils elDLIVE Dub Cast

So, ah… we’re a little late on this one. Yeah.

Yesterday, Funimation unveiled the English dub cast for elDLIVE. The series stars the following:

  • Chuta: Morgan Berry
  • Dolugh: Kristen Mcguire
  • Misuzu: Dawn M. Bennett
  • Laine: Daman Mills
  • Kieshi: Dave Trosko
  • Tonto: Apphia Yu
  • Riggs: Chris Rager
  • Melies: Sonny Strait
  • Episode 1:
  • Tateyan: Stephen Sanders
  • Saotome: Whitney Rogers

Sonny Strait is directing the adaptation, which features scripts by Joel Bergen. Nagaris Johnson is working as ADR Engineer on the project, while Adrian Cook serves as Mixing Engineer.

elDLIVE‘s English dub kicked off last night on FunimationNow. Crunchyroll is currently streaming the show’s subtitled version as part of their Winter simulcast lineup.

elDLIVE is based on Akira Amano’s (Reborn!) manga of the same name. Takeshi Furuta (The Comic Artist and His Assistants, Utano?Princesama Legend Star) is directing the show at Studio Pierrot, with Seung Ah Han providing character designs. Toshimitsu Takeuchi (Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold, Weiß Survive R ) is in charge of series composition.

Funimation describes the show as:

Middle school student Chuta Kokonose has been hearing a voice in his head ever since he can remember. When a strange person recruits him to the space police force, he learns that the source of the voice is a Monitalien, a symbiotic creature living inside his body!

Source: Funimation Blog

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