Get ready for an out-of-this-world romantic-comedy anime, as the English dub of A Galaxy Next Door is the latest Spring 2023 title to touch down later this week!
Here are the main cast and crew for Episode 1, coming to Crunchyroll on Saturday, April 22:
- Shiori voiced by Katelyn Barr (Natsumi in Date A Live)
- Ichiro voiced by Nazeeh Tarsha (Jude in The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent)
- Chihiro voiced by Meg McClain (Mei in More than a Married Couple, but Not Lovers.)
- Machi voiced by Kelsey Maher (Agate in Ningen Fushin)
- Fumio voiced by Emily Fajardo (Kousetsu in Shinobi no Ittoki)
- Morikuni voiced by Jack Reeder (Hayato in Skate-Leading Stars)
- Miyako voiced by Natalie Van Sistine (Yor in SPY x FAMILY)
- Takeru voiced by Bruce DuBose (Kaijin in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
- Aya voiced by Laurie Steele (Alvida in One Piece)
- ADR Director: Jonathan Rigg
- ADR Engineer: Jeremy Woods
- Mixer: Gino Palencia
- ADR Scripts: Hayden Daviau, Katelyn Barr
Based on the manga by Gido Amagakure, A Galaxy Next Door is directed by Ryuichi Kimura (Aikatsu!) at studio Asahi Production, with series composition by Gigaemon Ichikawa (The Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made) and character designs by Yasuka Otaki (Girls’ Frontline sub character design).
If you’re a fan of romantic comedy anime, don’t miss the first episode of the English dub when it drops on April 22, right here on Crunchyroll!
Ever since their father died, Ichirou Kuga has struggled to support his two younger siblings on nothing but a small inheritance and his passion for drawing manga. But it’s becoming harder to keep up with his growing responsibilities and deadlines, especially after his last two assistants quit to follow their dreams.
Just as he’s nearing his breaking point, the beautiful and scarily competent Shiori Goshiki applies to become his new assistant. But there’s something almost otherworldly about Goshiki, and soon Kuga finds his reality turned upside down when she suddenly declares them engaged to marry!
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