Sentai Filmworks revealed the English dub cast for the television anime of Mado Nozaki's Babylon novels on Friday. The anime will release on Blu-ray Disc and digitally on May 11. The company also streamed a trailer for the dub.
The English dub cast includes:David Matranga as Seizaki Maggie Flecknoe as Magase Scott Gibbs as Kujiin Heath Morrow as Fumio Greg Cote as Hanta Rob Mungle as Morinaga Adam Gibbs as Itsuki Courtland Johnson as Mitoni Josh Morrison as Nomaru Blake Jackson as Okuda, Tsutsui Natalie Rial as Hiasa John Swasey as Munekata Phillip Hays as Sekuro Andrew Love as Shirozaki, Otto Shannon Emerick as Taiyo Adam Noble as Torao Mark X Laskowski as Sakabe Olivia Swasey as Hitomi Ty Mahany as Iwakuni Chris Hutchison as Kashiwaba John Hallmark as Niki Jay Hickman as Alex Meg McDonald as Asuma Dave Harbold as Edmund Patricia Duran as Emma Mike Haimoto as Nick James Marler as Oliver Jovan Jackson as Taylor Justin Doran as Bradham Luis Galindo as Flores Joe Daniels as Hardy James Belcher as Luca John Gremillion as Cannavaro John Swasey as Hayden Sean Patrick Judge as Dan Shelley Calene-Black as Flora Mike Vance as Fukuzawa Kregg Dailey as Hackin
Sentai Filmworks announced that it has acquired the home video rights for the anime on February 11.
The anime premiered on Tokyo MX in October 2019. The anime streamed both inside and outside Japan on Amazon Prime Video. The anime had three arcs titled "Itteki no Doku" (One Drop of Poison), "Erabareta Shi" (The Chosen Death), and "Magaru Sekai" (Twisted World).
The suspense story centers around Zen Seizaki, a prosecutor with the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors' Office. While investigating illegal acts by a certain pharmaceutical company, Seizaki stumbles across a conspiracy over an election for an autonomous "new zone" established in western Tokyo.
Kodansha's novel label Kodansha Taiga released the novels' first volume in 2015, followed by the second in 2016. The third and final volume shipped in November 2017. Nobuhide Takishita launched a manga adaptation of the novels in February 2019, and it ended with two volumes that both shipped in October 2019.
Thanks to John Ellis for the news tip.
Source: Sentai Filmworks' website