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Viz Announces English Dub Cast for Sailor Moon Sailor Stars

Earlier today, Viz Media took to Twitter to announce the main English dub cast for Sailor Moon Sailor Stars. The series will star the following:

  • Chibi-Chibi: Stephanie Sheh
  • Sailor Star Fighter: Melissa Hutchinson
  • Sailor Star Maker: Erika Harlacher
  • Sailor Star Healer: Sarah Williams
  • Sailor Galaxia: Carrie Keranen

A visual for the announcement was also revealed, which you can check out below.

Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Dub Cast Visual

Sailor Moon Sailor Stars will ship on Blu-Ray and DVD on June 18.

Sailor Moon Sailor Stars is the final season of the original Sailor Moon anime TV series. The title, which aired in 1996, was directed by Takuya Igarashi (Bungo Stray Dogs, Soul Eater) at Toei Animation. Katsumi Tamegai (Futari wa Precure Splash Star, Futari wa Pretty Cure: Max Heart) provided character designs, while Ryota Yamaguchi (Blue Exorcist, Glitter Force Doki Doki) was in charge of series composition.

Viz Media describes the title as:

Sailor Moon and the Sailor Guardians are about to face their greatest challenge yet — high school! But as the girls take their next big step in life and Chibi-Usa prepares to return to the future, a mysterious force frees the evil Queen Nehalennia! While the struggle to contain her old enemy will be difficult, it may be Mamoru’s year of studying abroad that hurts Usagi the most. But there’s even more to take Usagi’s mind off of long-distance love with the arrival of the villainous Sailor Anima Mates and the heroic Sailor Star Lights! Who could be behind this new wave of evil? And why are the Star Lights resistant to working with Sailor Moon? Usagi has her hands full, but she’ll always make time to write a love letter to her beloved Mamo.

Source: Twitter (VizMedia)

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