Sentai Filmworks recently announced the English dub-cast for their highly anticipated September release Hamatora: The Animation; a humorous, dramatic and action packed series littered with engaging and likeable characters along with a mysterious and interesting plot. Sentai Filmworks describes the plot, via their website, as the following:
“Nowhere may seem like just another Yokohama cafe, but as with many of its employees, this apparently innocent eatery leads a double life. Because Nowhere is also where you can find Hamatora, the mysterious detective agency run by P.I.s who are also M.H.s. That's M.H. as in Minimum Holders, individuals gifted with extraordinary powers and abilities.
For the right price, you can hire founder Nice, who moves at the speed ofsound, and partner Murasaki, whose super strength and near invulnerability are a significant asset. Of course, with incredible talents like these up their sleeves, Nice may not decide to take a case unless it personally interests him. But when a series of serial murders all turn out to involve other Minimum Holders, that interest is about to become extremely personal. Something monstrous is going on, and Minimum Holders as a class may be targeted for extinction!”
The English dub cast for Hamatora, directed by Chris Aryes, consists of the following voice actors:
Adam Gibbs (Tsuritama) - Nice
David Wald (Toriko) – Murasaki
Leraldo Anzaldua (Hakkenden) – Art
Christina Kelly (Akame Ga KILL!) – Hajime
Blake Shepard (Kids on the Slope) – Birthday
Andrew Love (Tokyo Majin) – Ratio
Nancy Novotny (Maria Holic) – Koneko
Gabriel Regojo(Nobunaga the Fool) - The Outsider/Takahiro
Chris Patton (Black Cat) – Moral
Carli Mosier (Kokoro Connect) – Momoka
Carl Masterson (Tamako Market) – Master
Margaret McDonald (Tamako Market) – Honey
George Manley (Shining Hearts) – Three
Luis Galindo(Nobunaga the Fool) - Gasuke
Mike Yager (Log Horizon) - Mao
Greg Ayres(Deadman Wonderland) - Theo
Juliet Simmons (Dog & Scissors) - Rei
Hamatora: The Animation will be released on September 22nd on Blu-ray and DVD!
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