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Fate/Apocrypha Launches on Netflix, English Dub Also

The fates shall align once again against the reddest of tides.

Earlier today, the first twelve episodes of Fate/Apocrypha launched on Netflix’s digital platform. The series, which is available in the United States and Canada, is available in multiple languages.

An English dub launched alongside the original Japanese audio. The adaptation features the folloiwng cast members:

  • Jeanne d’Arc/Ruler: Erika Harlacher
  • Sieg: Zach Aguilar‏
  • Karna/Lancer of Red: Chris Niosi
  • Frankenstein/Berserker of Black: Sarah Anne Williams‏
  • Mordred/Saber of Red: Erica Lindbeck
  • Caules Forvedge Yggdmillennia: Tom Bauer
  • Assassin of Black: Erica Mendez
  • Roche Frain Yggdmillenia: Erica Mendez
  • Astolfo/Rider of Black: Faye Mata
  • Chiron/Archer of Black: Jalen K. Cassell‏
  • Semiramis/Assassin of Red: Allegra Clark‏
  • Atalante/Archer of Red: Allegra Clark‏
  • Reika Rikudō: Allegra Clark‏
  • Flat Escardos: Khoi Dao
  • Fiore Forvedge Yggdmillennia: Kayli Mills
  • Morgan Le Fay: Katelyn Gault

Erica Mendez wrote the scripts for the adaptation.

The series will launch in territories outside of the United States, Canada, and Japan on December 2.

Yoshiyuki Asai is directing the Fate/Apocrypha anime at A-1 Pictures, with Yūkei Yamada providing character designs. Series author Yuichiro Higashide is in charge of series composition, while Masaru Yokoyama (Arakawa Under the Bridge, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans) composes the music.

Yuichiro Higashide and Type-Moon kicked off the Fate/Apocrypha novels in 2012. The series spans five volumes, with the final book hitting retailers on December 30, 2014. Higashide kicked off a manga adaptation with illustrator Akira Ishida on April 15, in the pages of Kadokawa Shoten’s Comp Ace magazine. The first collected volume was officially released in August. The Volume 2 is slated for a January 26 release.

Source: Reddit (r/anime)

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