Funimation Streams Back Arrow Anime's English Dub

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posted on 2021-04-22 11:30 EDT by Alex Mateo

1st 2 dub episodes premiere on Friday


Funimation announced on Thursday that it will stream an English dub for the Back Arrow television anime beginning on Friday.

The English dub cast includes:

Shannon McCormick as Back Arrow Arnie Pantoja as Bit Namital Alexis Tipton as Elsha Lean Natalie Rose as Atlee Ariel Kristen McGuire as Jim Nazeeh Tarsha as Debugger Suzie Yeung as Sam Brandon McInnis as Shu Bi Amber Lee Connors as Tom Meg McClain as Annie Jarrod Greene as Kai Rhodan Kristi Rothrock as Ren Sin Aaron Roberts as Sola Athin Charlie Campbell as Burk Lean Larry Brantley as Narrator

Jeremy Inman is directing the English dub. Jeremy Woods is the ADR engineer. Matt Shipman is writing the English script. Neal Malley is the mixer.

The anime premiered on January 8. The series will run for two cours (quarters of a year). Funimation is streaming the anime as it airs in Japan. AnimeLab and Wakanim are also streaming the series.

The anime's website describes the story:

Ringarindo is a land surrounded by a wall. The wall covers, protects, cultivates, and nutures this land. The wall is god ... it is the foundation of this land of Ringarindo.
One day, a mysterious man named Back Arrow appears in Essha village on the outskirts of Ringarindo. Arrow lost his memories, but says that all he knows is, "I came from beyond the wall." To restore his memories, Arrow heads out beyond the wall, but is embroiled in a battle with himself as the stakes.

Director Goro Taniguchi (Code Geass) and writer Kazuki Nakashima (Promare, Gurren Lagann, Kill la Kill) are collaborating with Aniplex on the project. Studio VOLN is animating the series. Nakashima is not only credited for series composition, but he is also writing the scripts for every episode himself. Toshiyuki Kanno is adapting Shinobu Ohtaka's original character designs for animation and also serving as chief animation director. Kōhei Tanaka is composing the music.

Source: Funimation (Nicholas Friedman)


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