It looks like we got a new clue as to who will be voicing Victorique de Blois and company.

Earlier today, Funimation unveiled the English dub cast for Gosick. The series will star the following:

  • Victorique de Blois: Apphia Yu
  • Kazuya Kujo: Matt Shipman
  • Grevil de Blois: Adam Rowe
  • Cecil Lafitte: Kristen McGuire
  • Avril Bradley: Erica Mendez
  • Sophie: Morgan Garrett
  • Albert de Blois: David Wald
  • Cordelia Gallo: Elizabeth Maxwell
  • Brian Roscoe: Robert McCollum
  • Jupiter Roger: Kent Williams
  • Yasuhiro Kujo: Clifford Chapin
  • Ruri Kujo: Megan Shipman
  • Julie Guile: Kasi Hollowell
  • Ned Baxter: Aaron Roberts
  • Maurice: Brian Mathis
  • Roxanne: Juli Erickson
  • Phantom Thief Quiaran: Luci Christian
  • Maxime: Ian Sinclair
  • Alan: John Burgmeier
  • Derek: Kyle Phillips
  • Raul: Cris George
  • Mildred: Michelle Rojas
  • Headman Sergius: R. Bruce Elliott
  • Ambrose: Lucien Dodge
  • Harminia: Colleen Clinkenbeard
  • Anastasia: Rachel Michelle Thompson
  • Garnier: Jeremy Inman
  • Luigi: Brittany Lauda
  • Superintendant General Signore: Brandon Potter
  • Jacqueline de Signore: Anastasia Munoz
  • Marion: Caitlin Glass
  • Leviathan: Ray Hurd
  • Rupert de Giret: Sonny Srait
  • Coco Rose: Lydia Mackay
  • Baron Musgrave: Charlie Campbell
  • Ian Musgrave: Dallas Reid
  • Young Albert de Blois: David Matranga
  • Wong Kai: Todd Haberkorn
  • Simon Hunt: Christopher Wehkamp
  • Carmilla: Monica Rial
  • Morella: Monica Rial
  • The Orphan: Amanda Lee
  • The Knight: Chris Rager
  • The Lumberjack (Gideon Lesglant): Seth Magill
  • Ginger Pie: Stephanie Young

As of press time, crew members, including director and writers, have yet to be announced. The first Gosick DVD and Blu-Ray sets will hit retailers on May 30, with a suggested price tag of $59.99 for the Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack.

Gosick adapts Kazuki Sakuraba’s mystery novel series of the same name. The title, which aired during the Winter 2011 broadcast season, was directed by Hitoshi Nanba (Fate/Grand Order: First Order, Heroman) at studio Bones. The team of Takashi Tomioka and Toshihiro Kawamoto (Cowboy Bebop, Wolf’s Rain) provided character designs for the project, while Mari Okada (Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans) took charge of series composition.

Bandai Entertainment originally revealed that they acquired the rights to Gosick in July 2011. The series never hit home video, sadly, as Bandai discontinued all new releases the following January. Funimation revealed that the licensed the show yesterday. They describe Gosick as:

In this 1920s tale of dark intrigue and romance, Japanese exchange student Kazuya Kujo strikes up a fast but uneasy friendship with the doll–like genius Victorique. Both outcasts, Victorique and Kujo explore the unsolved mysteries at their school. As they begin taking on more cases, a sinister plot begins to unfold in the shadows around them.

Source: Funimation Blog