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English Dub Cast Revealed For 'Prince Of Stride: Alternative'

Amrita Aulakh | PopWrapped Author

Amrita Aulakh

02/16/2016 7:03 am
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English Dub Cast Revealed For 'Prince Of Stride: Alternative' | Prince of Stride
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FUNimation Entertainment has unveiled the English broadcast voice-cast of this spring’s sports anime series Prince of Stride: Alternative. The anime distributor revealed the cast on Tuesday (Feb. 9) by posting the first dubbed episode of the anime online.

Caitlin Glass (Noragami Arigato) serves as the ADR director and Monica Rial (Seraph of the End: Battle of Nagoya) is the lead writer, while Matt Grounds (Attack on Titan: Junior High) and Dominique French (Tokyo Ghoul) are on board as ADR engineers. The broadcast dub cast of Prince of Stride: Alternative is as follows:

Natalie Hoover(Show By Rock!!) as Nana Sakurai

Austin Tindle(Tokyo Ghoul) as Riku Yagami

Ricco Fajardo() as Takeru Fujiwara

Jason Liebrecht(Noragami) as Heath Hasekura

Clifford Chapin(Tokyo Ravens) as Hozumi Kohinata

Michah Solusod as (Soul Eater) Ayumu Kadowaki

Michael Tatum(Black Butler) as Mr. Dan

Ivan Jassoas Kyosuke Kuga

Todd Haberkorn(Free! Eternal Summer) as Tomoe Yagami

Justin Brineras (Seraph of the End) Reiji Suwa

Prince of Stride: Alternative began airing January 5 and will have a total of 12 episodes. Based on an otome game (released by Kadokawa Games for the PlayStation Vita), FUNimation describes the plot of the anime adaptation as:

“From MADHOUSE, the studio behind Death Note and One-Punch Man, comes a fast-paced sports anime about Stride—a mix between competitive relay races and parkour. Nana and her classmate, Takeru, are desperate to resurrect their school’s Stride Club, but if they want to recruit their wildly fast (but reckless) classmate Riku, they’ll have to catch him first.”

The franchise has, in addition to a game and an anime, a visual novel series written and illustrated by many authors as well as a drama CD and a manga side story titled Prince of Stride: Galaxy Rush. Kadokawa published the fourth visual novel on August 21.

New simulcast episodes of Prince of Stride: Alternative air Tuesdays at 11 a.m. (ET), while the broadcast dub episodes will be available for your viewing pleasure on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. (ET).

Are you satisfied with the English voice casting for Prince of Stride: Alternative? Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below!


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