Beast Tamer English Dub Reveals Cast & Crew, Release Date
We’re gonna need an expert to handle this monstrous season of fresh anime, and thankfully, one has just arrived in the form of Beast Tamer, a fluffy fantasy slice-of-life series that will be making its English dub debut tomorrow.
Here’s the main cast and crew taking the bull by the horns:
- Kevin D. Thelwell (Naoya in Girlfriend, Girlfriend) as Rein
- Jalitza Delgado (Saria in The Fruit of Evolution) as Kanade
- Molly Searcy (Jeanne in The Case Study of Vanitas) as Tania
- Alejandro Saab (Miyamura in Horimiya) as Arios
- Matthew David Rudd (Rak in Tower of God) as Aggath
- Kelsey Maher (Kayano in Classroom of the Elite) as Leane
- Monet Lerner (Druj in The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!) as Mina
- Kelly Greenshield (Mylene in Trapped in a Dating Sim) as Natalie
- Additional Voices: Brianna Roberts, Marianne Bray, Erica Muse, Spencer Liles, Jordan Dash Cruz
- ADR Director: Shawn Gann
- Assistant ADR Director: Marcus Stimac
- Lead ADR Engineer: Jamal Roberson
- Assistant ADR Engineer: Stevie Rae Krieger
- ADR Script Writer: Jared Smith
- ADR Script Supervisor: Tyler Walker
- ADR Prep: Dominique French
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Based on the light novels by Suzu Miyama and Hotosoka, Beast Tamer is directed by Atsushi Nigorikawa (Love Tyrant) at studio EMT Squared, with series composition by Takashi Aoshima (Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear) and character designs by Shuhei Yamamoto (Kakushigoto).
If you’re a fan of chill fantasy anime, don’t miss Episode 1 of the English dub when it drops tomorrow, right here on Crunchyroll!
Kicked out of his Hero party, Beast Tamer Rein decides to set off on his own adventure, and it doesn’t take long until he runs into the cat-eared girl, Kanade. Drawn to him after being saved from a vicious monster attack, this girl from one of the strongest species—the Cat Spirits—asks to be tamed by him. Now forming a contract with her, his new life as an adventurer begins!
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