Media Blasters Announces Additional English Dub Cast for World War Blue Anime

North American anime licensor Media Blasters revealed eight more cast members on Thursday for the English dub of the World War Blue (Aoi Sekai no Chūshin de) anime series.

The newly revealed cast members include:

Keith Silverstein as Kichou Jake Paque as Boyz Jake Paque as Byze Billy Bob Thompson as D. Fisher Ben Diskin as Tejilof's Monkey Ben Diskin as Myomuto Michaela Laws as Crystal Cheryl Li as Patry Cheryl Li as Young Gear Sam Black as E. Vazer Meli Grant as T'Fight

Brittany Lauda is serving as ADR Director and Chris Niosi is writing the English dub script. Kocha Sound is in charge of the casting for the dub. The previously revealed cast for the series includes:

Matt Shipman as Gear Brittany Lauda as Opal Y. Chang as Tejilof Cait Page as Nel Theresa Buchheister as Lumses Chris Niosi as Zelik Amanda Lee as Fai Mike Pollock as Marcus Mike Pollock as Guligi Kyle Hebert as Narrator Kira Buckland as Karvey

Media Blasters announced in September that it had licensed the anime series for dub and distribution.

The three-episode anime series aired in Japan between October 2012 and April 2013. Crunchyroll streamed the series worldwide outside of Japan as the episodes aired.

Seven Seas Entertainment, the North American licensor for Anastasia Shestakova and Crimson's original manga series, describes the story:

On the continent of Consume, an endless war rages between bitter rivals: the Segua Kingdom vs. the Ninteldo Empire. Upon his dinosaur steed, the stern Emperor Marcus has led the Ninteldo Empire to near-victory. Now, with the majority of Consume under its control, Ninteldo has Segua up against the ropes.

Enter a fleetfooted lad named Gear, who seeks vengenance against Ninteldo for his brother's death. After joining Segua's Army, Gear is enlisted in the Special Forces, due to his amazing speed. Yet the inexperienced, hasty youth may not be ready for the realities of war—or he might just become the Segua Empire's last and greatest hope.

Seven Seas has published eight of the manga's 10 total volumes. The company shipped the eighth compiled volume in North America in May 2015.

Thanks to ravegrl for the news tip.