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Sentai Filmworks Reveals ‘Haikyu!!’ Anime Dub Cast

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HaikyuSentai Filmworks is getting ready to bring out the first season of Haikyu!! on November 14th, 2017  with a couple of different editions but for the first time in bilingual form. The new dub has been something that fans have been curious about for awhile and now they’ve revealed that Kyle Jones is directing it and have revealed the main cast and the first dub clip for it. The second season is coming up fast as well with a planned January 16th, 2018 release.

The English language cast includes:

Karasuno High

Bryson Baugus as Shoyo Hinata
Scott Gibbs as Tobio Kageyama
Greg Cote as Ryunosuke Tanaka
Justin Doran as Daichi Sawamura
Adam Gibbs as Koshi Sugawara
Greg Ayres as Yu Nishinoya
Leraldo Anzaldua as Kei Tsukishima
Orlanders Jones as Asahi Azumane
David Wald as Coach Keishin Ukai
Gareth West as Asst. Coach Ittetsu Takeda
Rebekah Stevens as Mgr. Kiyoko Shimizu

Nekoma High

Clint Bickham as Kenma Kozuma
Andrew Love as Teketoro Yamamoto
Ty Mahany as Tetsuro Kuroo
Joel McCray as Nobuyuki Kai
Matthew Carter as Shohei Fukunaga
Joe Daniels as So Inuoka
Santri Rush as Yuki Shibayama
John Swasey as Coach Nekomata

Date Tech

Courtland Johnson as Yasushi Kamasaki
Patrick Poole as Kaname Moniwa
Gabriel Regojo as Takehito Sasaya
Mark Ivy as Kenji Futakuchi
Mike Haimoto as Takanobu Aone
Philip Hayes as Coach Takuro Oiwake

Aoba-Josai High

Chris Patton as Toru Oikawa
Paul Locklear as Issei Matsukawa
Jack Ivy as Takahiro Hanamaki
Benjamin McLaughlin as Hajime Iwaizumi
Jeremy Gee as Shigeru Yahaba
Blake Jackson as Shinji Watari
David Matranga as Yutaro Kindaichi
Mark X. Laskowski as Akira Kunimi
John Gremillion as Coach Noburteru Irihata

Plot Concept: Shoyo Hinata isn’t a large guy, but he’s got huge ambitions. Ever since seeing a small player score in a National Championship, he’s been determined to become the next big thing in High School Volleyball. Unfortunately, the one time he was able to pull enough players together to form a team in junior high, they were completely trashed in their first and only match against a team led by up-and-coming setter Tobio Kageyama.

Now, enrolled at the same high school where his idol once played, Shoyo’s finally going to get his shot to join and play with a top team. There’s just one problem: Tobio Kageyama’s decided to attend the same school, and he’s already considered one of the best players in the game. Can a kid out of nowhere hold his own against the King of the Court? Or could the rivalry and competition actually be the best thing for both of them?

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