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Crunchyroll Adds ‘Nanbaka’ Anime Dubbed Episodes

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Crunchyroll’s expansion into streaming the dubs of their shows thanks to the end of the Funimation partnership has netted them another show to stream with Nanbaka. The two-cour series is now streaming its English language dub on the service alongside the simulcast of the Japanese language version with subtitles, giving fans more choice as to how they want to enjoy the show.

Check out our review of the first half and second half of the series.

The work adapted Sho Futamata’s manga and was directed by Shinji Takamatsu working from the scripts from Mitsutaka Hirota.

The Japanese cast includes Yuuto Uemura as Jūgo, Tetsuya Kakihara as Uno, Airu Shiozaki as Rokku, Daiki Kobayashi as Niko, Tomokazu Seki as Hajime Sugoroku, Satomi Akesaka as Momoko Hyakushiki, Kenjirou Tsuda as Mitsuru Hitokoe, Kimeru as Kiji Mitsuba, Shouma Yamamoto as Kenshirou Yozakuro, Soichiro Hoshi as Samon Gokuu, Shunsuke Takeuchi as Yamato Godai, Keito Okuyama as Seitarou Tanabata, Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Tsukumo, Yuuki Fujiwara as Liang, Yuu Kobayashi as Upa, Genki Okawa as Qi, Yuto Adachi as Trois, Takao Mitsutomo as Honey, Yoshimasa Hosoya as Musashi and Eishin Fudemura as Hitoshi Sugoroku.

Aaron Dismuke served as the ADR director and scriptwriter with a cast that includes Daman Mills as Jyugo, Ian Sinclair as Hajime, Alejandro Saab as Uno, Justin Briner as Niko, and Jarrod Greene as Rock.

The manga began back in the PlayArt app back in 2013 and has six volumes to its name.

Plot concept: A super exciting action-comedy starring the inmates and guards of the world’s most formidable prison; Uno, a man who likes to gamble with women; Rokku, a man who likes to get into fights; and Niko, a man who likes anime. Along with their warden Hajime, the high-tension action comedy story unfolds.

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