NIS America Announces Re-release of Love Live School Idol Project Blu-Rays With English Dub

NIS America announced that it will re-release the first season of the hit franchise Love Live School Idol Project on Blu-ray with a new English dub. The release will come in a collector’s box set with two Blu-rays containing all 13 episodes of the first season and a hardcover art book containing 28 pages of episode guides, voice actor interview, and official illustrations, the same as the previous release.

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Future Diary Review (English Dub)

Sypnosis

Yukiteru “Yuki” Amano is just an average middle school student. Preferring to remain alone, he records everything he sees in his cell phone. Additionally, he talks with his imaginary friends Deus ex Machina and his servant Mur Mur. One day, he receives a special gift from Deus, a “Future Diary” in a form of cell phone that can predict the future. With his “Future Diary” in hand, Yuki is thrown into a battle royale with eleven other participants with Deus, revealed to be the god of space and time. The goal of this game is simple: be the last person standing before the 90-day deadline and become the next god of space and time. Yuki is forced to team up with Yuno Gasai, a fellow classmate of his, who has a strong obsession with Yuki, but there is more to her than what she shows.

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Nyanta’s English Dub Voice is quite possibly one of the greatest things ever.

I watched a few episodes of Log Horizon so far, and I liked what I saw of it. It’s still on my backlog, so who knows when I get back to it.

They just recently announced the English dub cast for this series and a few new names that I’m not familiar with stand out. I like the casting of Jad Saxton as Akatsuki and believe that she will do a great job.

However, I came across this one clip of the English dub, regarding the voice of Nyanta the feline swashbuckler, which is quite possibly one of the greatest things ever. Continue reading

Blood-C Review (English Dub)

Synopsis

Saya Kisaragi is just your normal high school girl. She works as a shrine maiden at her father’s temple and goes to school with her closest friends. However, there is another side to her. At night, she is a monster slayer, protecting the village that she lives in from monster who feed on humans. Armed with her sacred sword, she attacks these monsters with swift and lethal moves. As more monsters start to attack her village, she starts to wonder and question the circumstances of her own existence and tries to find the answers to these questions.

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