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‘The Testament of Sister New Devil’ Anime Dub Gets Crunchyroll Distribution

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Testament of Sister New Devil Volume 1 Japanese CoverOne series that took what felt like forever to move forward with a dub and a home video release was The Testament of Sister New Devil. The show has now expanded its reach as Crunchyroll has brought the dub that was previously just on Funimation’s site to their own service, running alongside the subtitled version of it. It’s definitely a fun show for those of a more perverted interest with a solid story and lots of action to it, which will draw in plenty of dub fans.

Wendee Lee directed the dub for it and the main cast includes with Chris Hackney as Basara Toujou, Lauren Landa as Mio Naruse, Kira Buckland as Maria Naruse, Xanthe Huynh as Yuki Nonaka, Cindy Robinson as Kurumi Nonaka, Wendee Lee as Chisato Hasegawa, Jeannie Howard as Zest, Ray Chase as Yahiro Takigawa/Lars, Kirk Thornton as Jin Toujou, Wendee Lee as Young Basara, Harvey Manfrenjensen as Mamoru Sakazaki, Brian Beacock as Kyoichi Shiba, Todd Haberkorn as Takashi Hayase, Wendee Lee as Mio’s Mother, Todd Haberkorn as Mio’s Father, George C. Cole as Valga, Kyle Hebert as Zolgear, Kyle McCarley as Leohart, and Carrie Keranen as Shella.

The anime adaptation was set up at Production IMS where was directed by Hisashi Saito based on scripts by Takao Yoshioka and character designs by Yoshihiro Watanabe.

The cast includes Yuichi Nakamura as Basara Toujou, Ayaka Asai as Mio Naruse, Sarah Emi Bridcutt as Yuki Nonaka, Kaori Fukuhara as Maria Naruse, Yuu Asakawa as Chisato Hasegawa, Keiji Fujiwara as Jin Toujou, Tomokazu Sugita as Takigawa Yahiro, Iori Nomizu as Kurumi Nonaka, Go Inoue as Takashi Hayase, Daisuke Hirakawa as Kyoichi Shiba, Seiko Yoshida as Zest and Kenjiro Tsuda as Mamoru Sakazaki.

The anime is adapted from the light novels of the same name that come from writer Tetsuo Uesu. The light novel series began in 2012 and has ten volumes out so far in Japan. The property has two manga series out there and Seven Seas has picked up the rights to the main one by Kashiwa Miyako, which began in the spring of 2013 as it’s been serialized in Shonen Ace.

Plot Concept: The revolves around Basara Tojo, a first-year high school student who is flustered by a sudden question by his eccentric father, “Hey, didn’t you used to say you wanted a little sister?” Plus, his father announces that he is getting remarried. His father brings over two beautiful step-sisters, but then embarks on an overseas trip. However, the two sisters Mio and Maria Naruse are actually a novice devil and succubus.

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