Wait, Christine Marie Cabanos is back in the lead for this dub? You’ve gotta be squiddin’ me!

Earlier today, Sentai Filmworks announced their English dub cast for Squid Girl‘s second season. The series will star the following:

  • Squid Girl: Christine Marie Cabanos
  • Eiko Aizawa: Kira Vincent-Davis
  • Chizuru Aizawa: Luci Christian
  • Takeru Aizawa: Greg Ayres
  • Sanae Nagatsuki: Emily Neves
  • Goro Arashiyama: Blake Shepard
  • Cindy Campbell: Shelley Calene-Black
  • Martin: Mark X Laskowski
  • Clark: Jay Hickman
  • Harris: Andrew Love
  • Kiyomi Sakura: Brittney Karbowski
  • Yuka Nishimura: Elizabeth Byrd
  • Ayano Watanabe: Molly Searcy
  • Tomomi Mochizuki: Patricia Duran
  • Tatsuo Isozaki: Philip Hays
  • Nagisa Saito: Stephanie Wittels
  • Shota Kuroishi: Molly Searcy
  • Ayumi Tokita: Allison Sumrall
  • Naoyuki: Chelsea McCurdy
  • Boss: David Wald
  • Radio Voice: Mike Vance
  • Alex: Kyle Jones
  • Hiro: Kalin Coates
  • Burglar: David Matranga
  • Lisa: Kalin Coates

Christine Marie Cabanos also played the titular Squid Girl in Media Blasters’ dub for the first season.

John Swasey is directing the adaptation, which features scripts by Marta Bechtol. Sentai released a dub clip, which features the adorkable emissary from the sea as she returns for vengeance upon the surface. And shrimp. Vengeance and shrimp.

Sentai will release both seasons of Squid Girl on home video on November 28. The series will ship in standard edition DVD ($79.98) and Blu-Ray ($99.98) versions, as well as a $199.98 limited-edition. The limited edition will include a companion booklet, art cards, keychain, a button pack, and a 3D lenticular card.


Squid Girl is based on Masahiro Anbe’s manga of the same name. The 2010 series was directed by Tsutomu Mizushima (Prison School, Genshiken) at diomedia, with Masakazu Ishikawa (Aho Girl, Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!) providing character designs. Michiko Yokote (Genshiken, ReLIFE) was in charge of series compositoin.

Sentai describes Squid Girl as:

Angered by mankind’s pollution of her beloved ocean, Squid Girl rises from the dark and mysterious depths in order to punish the loathsome human race! Unfortunately, that plan immediately hits more snags than a dozen fishing lines in a washing machine. Not only does her small stature not intimidate humans, but instead of unleashing a tsunami of destruction, her attempts only cause minor damage to a pleasant little beachside restaurant. And then, the unexpectedly aggressive Aizawa sisters, who run the Lemon Beach House, force her to work there to pay it off! They even make her provide her own squid ink for a tasty squid ink spaghetti! Thus begins our tale of a poor not-quite fish out of water: SQUID GIRL

Source: Sentai Filmworks