Golden Time
Photo Credit: J.C Staff

Sentai Filmworks uncovered on Thursday the English dub cast for the Golden Time anime. The organization likewise released an English-dubbed trailer on Thursday.

The English Dub incorporates:

  1. Mike Haimoto as Banri
  2. Christina Kelly as Kōko
  3. Caitlynn French as Chinami
  4. Melissa Molano as Linda
  5. Adam Gibbs as Mitsuo
  6. Gareth West as 2D
  7. Katelyn Barr as Sao-Chan
  8. Natalie Rial as Shi-Chan
  9. Courtland Johnson as Kosshi
  10. Scott Gibbs as Hosshi
  11. Kira Vincent-Davis as Nana
  12. Joanne Bonasso as Reina/Banri’s Mom
  13. Ty Mahany as Kouko’s Father
  14. Josh Morrison as Linda’s Brother
  15. Juliet Simmons as Fiancé
  16. Samantha Stevens as Abe/Takeuchi
  17. Natalie Jones as Ito/Moa
  18. Daniel Regojo as Kazuya
  19. Bryson Baugus as Koba
  20. Antonio Lasanta as Koichiro
  21. Shannon Reed as Hasegawa
  22. Crystal Ruiz as Hayashi
  23. Sam Butler as Meiko
  24. Son Phan Le as Murata
  25. Ned Gayle as Nakagawa
  26. Ryan Anthony as Okamoto
  27. Nick Meriwether as Su-San
  28. Alexandra Bedford as Tokita
  29. Kyle Jones as Tomoyasu

Additional voices incorporate:

  1. Allison Sumrall
  2. Avery Smithhart
  3. Christie Guidry
  4. Elissa Cuellar
  5. Gabriel Regojo
  6. James Marler
  7. John Swasey
  8. Mark X Laskowski
  9. Orlanders Jones

Sentai Filmworks will re-discharge the Golden Time anime on Blu-ray Disk in a total gathering, which will incorporate the English dub, on December 17.

Shannon Reed is coordinating the Golden Time anime‘s English dub, Bryan Leach is filling in as the sound architect, and Marta Bechtol is composing the ADR content.

Golden Time
Photo Credit: J.C Staff

Golden Time is a Japanese light novel arrangement composed by Yuyuko Takemiya, with delineations by Ēji Komatsu. The arrangement incorporates 11 books distributed by ASCII Media Works between September 2010 and March 2014, and joins lighthearted comedy and powerful subjects. A manga adjustment by Umechazuke started serialization in the October 2011 issue of Dengeki Daioh. A 24-episode anime adjustment by J.C.Staff disclosed on MBS between October 2013 and March 2014.

Golden Time anime‘s official description is:

“Banri Tada is a newly admitted male student at a private law school in Tokyo. Due to the after-effects of a fall from a bridge shortly after his high school graduation, he has lost all of his memories prior to the accident.

Banri finds himself completely and utterly lost after the big opening ceremonial event and tries to find his way to the freshman orientation. Along the way, he runs straight into another lost and confused freshman from the same school, Mitsuo Yanagisawa, and they immediately hit it off. Somehow arriving at their intended goal just in time, there appears in front of them a beautiful girl holding a bouquet of roses, who congratulates Mitsuo on getting into the school then hits him across the face with them before tossing the bouquet into his lap and leaving. This stylish, well dressed, and obsessive woman is revealed to be Mitsuo’s childhood friend, Kōko Kaga. As children, they had promised to marry each other one day, something she has taken to heart this entire time. Mitsuo had gone out secretly and taken the examination for this private college in order to escape from her, but she used her connections to find out about it and enrolled in the college herself.

Banri meets a second-year student named Linda; unbeknownst to him, she was his best friend in high school, and holds herself responsible for his memory loss. As the series progresses, Banri deals with his slowly re-emerging memories, which often come into conflict with a relationship that blooms between him and Kaga.”