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FUNimation Unveils The English Dub Cast Of Tokyo ESP

Amrita Aulakh | PopWrapped Author

Amrita Aulakh

Updated 01/22/2016 4:15pm
FUNimation Unveils The English Dub Cast Of Tokyo ESP | Tokyo ESP
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FUNimation has revealed the English dub-cast of Tokyo ESP, which includes some actors new to FUNimation dubs. One actor to note is Adam Dahlberg, who is more commonly known as Sky from his YouTube channel, Sky Does Minecraft. Tokyo ESP will be Dahlberg’s debut role in the anime industry. The English dub-cast of Tokyo ESP is:

⋅Sarah Wiedenheft (Blood Blockade Battlefront) as Rinka

Adam Dahlberg as Kyotaro

Mallorie Rodak (Noragami Arigato) as Minami

Bryan Massey (Baccano!) as Rindou

Jenny Ledel (Fairy Tail) as Kuroi

Lara Woodhull (Tokyo Ghoul) as Murasaki

Heather Walker (Toriko) as Peggy

Morgan Berry (Show By Rock!!) as Ayumu

Bruce Elliot (Black Butler) as Yodani

Jefferey Schmidt as Professor

Lindsay Seidel (Assassination Classroom) as Kozuki

Bryn Apprill (Noragami) as Amie

Trina Nishimura (Attack on Titan) as Rin

Philip Weber (Toriko) as Sukesaburo

Ray Hurd (One Piece) as Kakunoshin

The show’s original manga, with the same name, by Hajime Segawa has been licensed by Vertical -- the third compiled volume is scheduled to be released in February. Vertical describes the plot of Tokyo ESP as the following:

Rinka Urushiba’s world is turned upside down when she wakes up one day-after falling right through the floor.

Encouraged by another ESPer who believes that Rinka’s destiny is to become a hero of justice, she soon learns to use her powers for good. And not a moment too soon, as those with less-than-admirable ambitions descend on Tokyo with their own sets of superpowers. As the mysterious glowing fish flitting through the city skies gift powers seemingly at random, foes become friends and alliances are made and broken.

And what about that flying penguin?

Tokyo ESP will be out on February 23 on Blu-ray and DVD; it will have a limited edition set along with the regular Blu-ray/DVD combo pack.

Check out the English-dub trailer for Tokyo ESP down below!

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