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Funimation Entertainment Reveal English Voice Cast for Robotics;Notes


North American anime publisher Funimation Entertainment have announced the English voice cast for their upcoming, dual (English / Japanese) language release of Robotics;Notes, set to be available on DVD and Blu-ray from early 2014 over two installments.

With Joel McDonald serving as ADR Director and Peter Hawkinson serving as ADR Engineer, the pair worked with the following voice actors / actresses to make the new English dub a reality:

AKIHO – Lindsay Seidel
KAITO – Clifford Chapin
SUBARU – Jarrod Greene
JUNNA – Monica Rial
FRAU – Leah Clark
AIRI – Apphia Yu
KIMIJIMA – Eric Vale
MISAKI – Caitlin Glass
MITCHI – Robert McCollum
MIZUKA – Lydia Mackay
NAE – Brina Palencia
USUI – Linda Leonard
DOC – R. Bruce Elliott
GENKI – Ian Sinclair
TAKAHASHI – Josh Grelle
SUMIO – David Wald
KENICHIROU – Bradley Campbell
HIROMU – Bill Jenkins
HAYAKAWA – Alexis Tipton

Kaito and Akiho dream of building a giant fighting robot based on a super-popular anime, but that’s going to be impossible if they don’t get more members into their school’s Robot Research Club. They’ll take anyone they can talk—or force—into joining them, including an eccentric robotics champion with a secret identity and a l33t video-game designer who’s spent one too many late nights online. Finally, their goal looks like it’s within reach.  

But when a sentient AI program tells Kaito about mysterious documents hidden on the internet, things start to get strange for everyone. As the club members track down the secret messages, they realize that the information might be far bigger—and more dangerous—than they expected.

While not continuing the storyline directly, Robotics;Notes is set in the same universe as Steins;Gate, and sees the return of Nae many years into the future, with Brina Palencia reprising her voice role as the character.

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