English Dub

Some articles on english dub, english:

Marc Smith (actor) - Filmography
... Panther - Mob Boss # 2 Whoops Apocalypse - Dan Hickey Project A-ko - D (English Dub) Slaughter High - Coach Metal Skin Panic MADOX-01 - Senior Officer (English Dub) Coded Hostile - Mort Cyber City Oedo 808 ...
List Of Black Butler Characters - Supporting - Others
... anime adaption and Todd Haberkorn in the English dub ... by Yui Itsuki in the anime adaptation and by Jessica Cavanagh in the English dub ... She is voiced by Ayako Kawasumi in the anime adaptation and Alexis Tipton in the English dub ...
List Of Naruto: Shippuden Episodes
... In 2008, Viz Media and Crunchyroll began providing eight English subtitled Naruto Shippuden episodes on the official Naruto website every week until it caught ... Viz had stated the English dub will be released sometime in the near future though at the Anime Expo 09, it was revealed episodes of Naruto Shippuden can only be seen on DVD releases ... The English dub of Naruto Shippuden made its U.S ...
List Of Black Butler Characters - Supporting - Nobles
... voiced by Romi Park in the anime adaption, Masako Katsuki on the drama CD and Lydia Mackay in the English Dub ... by Yukari Tamura in the anime adaption and Cherami Leigh in the English dub ... anime adaption and Jerry Jewell in the English dub ...
List Of Black Butler Characters - Supporting - Phantomhive Household
... The Phantomhive Estate belongs to the English noble family Phantomhive and is located outside the city of London ... He used to be an English soldier whose entire platoon was wiped out, leaving him as the only survivor ... Touchi in the anime adaption and Rikiya Koyama on the drama CD, and Ian Sinclair in the English dub ...

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