Funimation has a lot of Broadcast Dubs hitting this summer and while a couple are hitting tonight, Servamp is set to go live tomorrow. Ahead of its 11am ET premiere on the service for subscribers on July 20th, 2016, Funimation has now revealed the production team behind the show.
The series will be directed by Sonny Strait and will star:
Clifford Chapin as Mahiru
Chuck Huber as Kuro
Mike McFarland as Belkia
Alejandro Saab as Koyuki
Stephen Sanders as Ryusei
Brian Olvera as Sakuya
The staff for it has Ittou Kou serving as the chief director while Hideaki Nakano will serve as the director. The series composition is done by Kenji Konuta while Junko Yamanaka is handling the character designs. The series is being animated at Brains Base.
The Japanese cast includes Takuma Terashima as Mahiru Shirota, Yuuki Kaji as Kuro, Hiro Shimono as Misono Arisuin, Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Tsubaki, Kazuma Horie as Snow Lily, Ryohei Kimura as Lawless, Nobunaga Shimazaki as Todoroki, Yuuki Ono as Tetsu, Ayumu Murase as Hugh the Dark Algernon, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Belkia, Kenjiro Tsuda as JeJe, Tetsuya Kakihara as Mikuni Alicein and Yuuto Suzuki as Sakuya Watanuki. This basically brings the cast from the drama CDs into the anime adaptation for the primary characters.
OLDCODEX is performing the opening theme song Deal with while Takuma Terashima is performing the ending theme song sunlight avenue.
The work from Strike Tanaka began back in the summer of 2011 and has nine volumes to its name with Seven Seas Entertainment releasing them in North America.
Plot concept: The story revolves around a 16-year-old boy (15 at the beginning of the story) named Mahiru Shirota who likes simple things and dislikes difficult things. One day, he picks up a stray black cat he finds in the middle of the road and gives it the name Kuro (which literally translates into “black”). From this moment on, a contract between the servamp Sleepy Ash and Mahiru is formed, and Mahiru is pulled into the Servamp war between the seven deadly Servamps and their eighth sibling Tsubaki.