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Funimation Reveals “Juni Taisen: Zodiac War” Dub Cast


The zodiac wars are ramping up, on both sides of the pond.

Yesterday, Funimation unveiled their English dub cast for Juni Taisen: Zodiac War. The series will star the following:

  • Duo: Mark Stoddard
  • Eiji (Ox): Ian Sinclair
  • Kiyoko: Jād Saxton
  • Michio (Dog): Chuck Hüber
  • Misaki (Monkey): Caitlin Glass
  • Naga (Dragon): Clifford Chapin
  • Ryoka (Rooster): Monica Rial
  • Sumi (Ram): Kenny Green
  • Toshiko (Boar): Stephanie Young
  • Tsugi (Rat): Daman Mills
  • Usagi (Rabbit): Jerry Jewell
  • Yoshimi (Horse): Randy E. Aguebor

Vic Mignogna is directing the adaptation, which features scripts by Alex Muniz and Joel Bergen. Rickey Watkins is serving as Lead ADR Engineer, while Neal Malley works as Mixing Engineer.

Juni Taisen‘s SimulDub kicks off today at 4:00PM Eastern (1:00PM Pacific).

Juni Taisen is based on NisiOisin’s novel series of the same name. Naoto Hosoda (The Devil is a Part-Timer!, The Future Diary) is directing the project at Graphinica, with Chikashi Kadekaru (Hōkago Mania Club) providing character designs. Sadayuki Murai (Boogiepop Phantom, Knights of Sidonia) is in charge of series composition for the show.

Gō Shiina (Dimension W, Tales of Zestiria the X) is composing the show’s soundtrack.

Funimation describes the series as:

For one wish, they’ll risk it all. The time has come for the Twelve Tournament—held every twelve years. For twelve proud warriors, each baring a name from the Chinese Zodiac, they’ll prepare to fight in a bloody battle royal. The victor gets any one wish they desire, but they’ll have to do whatever it takes to earn it. Blood and tears will flow on this battlefield—who will be the lone survivor?

Source: Funimation Blog

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