Crunchyroll announced on Wednesday that it will begin broadcasting an English dub for Nagabe’s The Girl from the Other Side: Siúil, a Rún manga. A feature-length anime adaptation. The three English-dubbed episodes will be released on Thursday by the firm.
The newly announced English cast members includes:
- Sarah Wiedenheft (the voice of Power from Chainsaw Man) as Shiva
- Gary Furlong as Teacher
- Ian Sinclair (the voice of Bokuto Kotaro from Haikyu!!) as Outsider
- Jason Liebrecht (the voice of Zeke Jaeger from Attack on Titan) as Soldier
- Jerry Jewell (the voice of Kyo Sohma from Fruits Basket) as Hunter
Ben Balmaceda, Kieran Flitton, Shawn Gann, Caitlin Glass, Molly Searcy, and Marcus Stimac provide additional voices.
The English dub is being directed by Emily Fajardo. Zachary Davis is the project’s lead engineer. The English script is written by Tyler Walker. ADR preparation is overseen by Benjamin Tehrani.
The feature-length OAD was released alongside a manga spinoff volume on March 10. The anime was available on Crunchyroll in three episodes.
Jun Fukuyama plays Teacher, while Rie Takahashi plays Shiva in the anime. From the last anime, Ytar Kubo and Satomi Maiya returned to direct, write the script, and design the characters, respectively. Schroeder-Headz composed the soundtrack once more, and Shji Hata served as sound director once more.
Seven Seas is releasing the manga in English, and it describes the story:
In a world split between the Inside and the Outside, those living in both realms are told never to cross over to the other side, lest they be cursed. A young girl named Shiva lives on the other side, in a vacant village with a demonic guardian known only as “Teacher.” Although the two are forbidden to touch, they seem to share a bond that transcends their disparate appearances. But when Shiva leaves Teacher’s care to seek out her grandmother, the secret behind her mysterious living arrangement comes to light.
Wit Studio previously made a 10-minute animation adaptation of the manga, which aired in August 2019 at the Fantasia Festival in Montreal. The anime has a DVD, which was released in September 2019 as part of the limited edition of the manga’s eighth collected book volume.