The second season of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? is underway and HIDIVE is getting ready to roll out the Dubcast for it. This season has Hideki Tachibana directing with Hideki Shirane working on the series composition. Shigeki Kimoto is handling the character designs with JC Staff returning for the animation production. With the dub, Kyle Jones is coming in to handle this one and the full dub cast has now been revealed. With a lot of returning characters, there are obviously a lot of returning names, but there’s some new stuff in the mix as well.
- Bell – Cranel Bryson Baugus
- Hestia – Luci Christian
- Liliruca Arde – Hilary Haag
- Welf Crozzo – David Wald
- Hermes – Benjamin McLaughlin
- Loki – Christina Kelly
- Apollo – Blake Jackson
- Luan Espel – Margaret McDonald
- Hyacinth Clio – Joel Daniels
- Daphne Lauros – Elissa Cuellar
- Cassandra Ilion – Alicia Beard
- Ais Wallenstein – Shelley Calene-Black
- Yamato Mikoto – Margaret Lewis
- Eina Tulle – Shelby Blocker
- Asfi Al Andromeda – Serena Varghese
- Finn Deimne – Shannon Emerick
- Takemikazuchi – Adam Gibbs
- Miach- Mike Yager
- Bete Loga – Ty Mahany
- Ryu Lion – Genevieve Simmons
- Syr Flover- Juliet Simmons
- Lefiya Veridis- Kelley Peters
- Falgar Batros – Michael Wronski
- Mord Latro – Rob Mungle
- Lulune Louie – Cynthia Martinez
- Freya – Patricia Duran
- Ganesha – John Swasey
- Meryl Tear – Holly Segarra
- Thane Hire – Jeremy Gee
- Uranus – Marty Fleck
- Fels – David Matranga
- Anya Fromel – Carolyn Medrano
- Ottarl – John Gremillion
- Kashima Ouka – Jack Ivy
- Tione Hiryute – Natalie Rial
- Tiona Hiryute – Karlii Hoch
- Hitachi Chigusa – Kara Greenberg
- Chloe Rollo – Kelly Manison
- Naaza Erisuis – Natalie Jones
- Royman Mardeel – Mark Mendehlsen
- Lissos – Antonio Lasanta
- Zanis Lustra – Alan Brincks
- Bell’s Grandpa – Chris Gibson
Check out our review of the first season.
Yen Press currently brings a wide array of novels and manga to North America while Sentai Filmworks handles the home video releases of the anime properties so far.
Yuka Iguchi is coming back to perform the opening theme song again, this time with “HELLO to DREAM” as the piece. It’ll get its release as a CD single on July 17th and is Iguchi’s 13th single.
The first season anime adaptation of Fujino Omori’s light novel series was directed by Yoshiki Yamakawa at JC Staff based on scripts and composition by Hideki Shirane and character designs by Shigeko Kimoto.
Plot concept: Some adventurers delve into the sprawling labyrinths beneath the city of Orario to find fame and fortune. Others come to test their skills against the legions of monsters lurking in the darkness below. However, Bell Cranel’s grandfather told him a different reason: it’s a great place to rescue (and subsequently meet) girls! Now that Bell’s a dungeon delver himself, the ladies he’s encountering aren’t the helpless damsels in distress he’d imagined, and one of them, the beautiful swordswoman Ais Wallenstein, keeps rescuing Bell instead. As embarrassing as that is, it’s nothing compared to what happens when goddesses get involved. Freya, Hephaistos, and Loki, with their powerful Familias, are intimidating enough, but there’s one goddess whose relationship with Bell is certain to spark trouble.