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Sentai Filmworks Reveals ‘BTOOOM!’ Anime Dub Cast

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BtooomSentai Filmworks has revealed the English language dub cast for the upcoming December 10th release of BTOOOM! on DVD and Blu-ray and it comes with something a bit new. While we’ve had a fairly stable range of directors from the company with some changes here and there, we’ve got a new director for this one as longtime voice actor Leraldo Anzaldua is handling the ADR direction here. Anzaldua has worked with ADV Films previously and done work with Seraphim Digital for quite some time but this marks his directorial debut.

UPDATE: When the Facebook page announcing the cast went up, it listed Anzaldua as the director. They’ve since updated it to list Steven Foster as the ADR Director.

English Voice Cast
Ryouta Sakamoto – Tyler Galindo
Himiko – Brittney Karbowski

Kousuke Kira – Chelsea McCurdy
Masashi Miyamoto – Jovan Jackson
Nobutaka Oda – Crash Buist
Masahito Date – David Matranga
Kiyoshi Taira – Andrew Love
Hidemi Kinoshita – Shelly Calene-Black
Yoshiaki Imagawa – Josh Sheltz
Souichi Natsume – Patrick Poole
Yoshihisa Kira – Christopher Ayres
Mitsuo Akechi – Mark X Laskowski
Shiki Murasaki – Maggie Flecknoe
Tsuneaki Iida – Leraldo Anzaldua
Isamu Kondou – Parke Fetch

Plot concept: In the blink of the mind’s eye, Ryuta Sakamoto suddenly finds himself transported from playing the hit BTOOOM! video game to being stranded on a mysterious island. He’s equipped with a day’s worth of provisions, a bag of bombs, a strange crystal embedded in his left hand, and a huge gaping hole in his memory. But it doesn’t take long to figure out what’s going on, especially after the first person Ryuta meets tries to kill him. Someone is attempting to recreate the ultra-violent BTOOOM! game in real life, and the island has been filled with an army of other unwilling players, each armed with one of the multiple variants of explosive weapons called BIM.

Fortunately, Ryuta’s an ace BTOOOM! player, but this insane version of the game has no reset switch or second lives, and there’s only one way off the island: kill seven other people before they can kill you! Can Ryuta repurpose his game-based skills fast enough to survive this ultimate battle royale?

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