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Bryce Papenbrook to Voice Eren in "Attack on Titan" English Dub

At FUNimation's Attack on Titan English premiere at Anime Boston, Bryce Papenbrook (Rin Okumura in Blue Exorcist and Kirito from Sword Art Online) was introduced as the voice of Eren Jaeger in their English dub.

Other cast members include

Character – Actor
Mikasa – Trina Nishimura
Armin – Josh Grelle
Jean – Mike McFarland
Reiner – Robert McCollum
Bertholdt - David Matranga
Annie – Lauren Landa
Sasha – Ashly Burch
Conny – Clifford Chapin
Christa – Bryn Apprill
Ymir – Elizabeth Maxwell
Levi - Matthew Mercer
Hange - Jessica Calvello
Erwin – J. Michael Tatum
Samuel – Dave Trosko
Thomas – Duncan Brannan
Tom – Tyler Walker
Wald – Barry Yandell
Woerman – Christopher Sabat
Hugo – Tyson Rinehart
Ian – Scott Freeman
Milieus – Joel McDonald
Mina – Alexis Tipton
Mitabi – Kyle Hebert
Mobb – Matthew Ham
Anka – Jamie Marchi
Hanna – Tia Ballard
Gustav – Keith Kubal
Petra - Caitlin Glass
Daz - Brad Venable
Franz - James Chandler
Rico - Morgan Garrett
Pyxis - R Bruce Elliott
Nack - Will Short
Keith – Patrick Seitz
Moses – Jeff Johnson
Marco – Austin Tindle
Carla – Jessica Cavanagh
Grisha – Chris Hury
Hannes – David Wald

A Collector’s Edition of Attack on Titan is available exclusively in the FUNimation Shop. This edition will include the following:

- 4-pin collection (Military Police Regiment, Scout Regiment, Garrison Regiment, and Cadet Corps)
- A replica of Eren’s key necklace
- A sword necklace featuring the Titan flesh paring blades
- a 3D lenticular art card
- a 24 page digibook titled “Notes From Beyond the Wall: Part 1″
- plus 104 minutes of on-disc extras

A Limited Edition of Attack on Titan is also available on the Shop, and through other retailers. This edition includes:

- 3D lenticular art card
- a 24 page digibook titled “Notes from Beyond the Wall: Part 1″
- plus 104 minutes of on-disc extras

Both of these editions are in addition to the standard release.

The home video release is planned for June 3rd

Free! - Iwatobi Swim Club Anime's 2nd Season Promo Unveiled

Kyoto Animation unveiled the first promotional video for the second season of the Free! (Free! - Iwatobi Swim Club) anime at the AnimeJapan 2014 event on Saturday. In the video, Haruka (voiced by Nobunaga Shimazaki) says, “As promised, I've arrived.”

Kyoto Animation announced that a second season was in production at a Free! talk event in January. The first season ended with a “see you next summer” message in the final episode.

The story of Kyoto Animation's series begins with Haruka Nanase, a high school boy who once swam competitively. After years of separation, his childhood friend Rin challenges him to a swimming match, showing Haruka his overwhelming power. Not wanting it to end like this, Haruka gathers together his former teammates Makoto and Nagisa once again, and also brings a new member named Rei Ryugazaki to create the Iwatobi High School Swimming Club. Haruka, Makoto, Nagisa, Rei, and Rin come together for a story of swimming, youth, and friendship.

The first anime premiered last July, and Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan.

New "Durarara!!" TV Anime Confirmed

During the Dengeki Game Festival 2014 held earlier in Tokyo on Sunday in Japan, the announcement that many Durarara!! fans have been waiting for has finally come to pass, as a new TV anime has been confirmed along with the first staff details.

Director Takahiro Omori (Baccano!, Durarara!!) will be returning for the new series as well as Noboru Takagi (Baccano!, Durarara!!) returning to scripting duties, and Makoto Yoshimori (Baccano!, Durarara!!) will be in charge of music composition. Takaharu Kishida (Baccano!, Durarara!!) will be adapting the character designs from novel illustrator Suzuhito Yasuda's original illustrations while Studio Shuka will be handling the production.

"Parasyte" Anime Visual

Last month, a preview of upcoming Line Gatcha capsule toys listed that a Parasyte TV anime will debut this October. The official site for the series has been updated with a more general 2014 listing for the NTV broadcast, but there's a new visual to go with that.

The series adapts Hitoshi Iwaaki's sci-fi manga about a teenage boy who develops a symbiotic relationship with an alien invader after it burrows into his hand rather than his brain as the species intended.

Last November, Takashi Yamazaki (Returner, Always, Space Battleship Yamato) was introduced as the director and writer for two live-action film adaptations of the material.

New Line Cinema licensed the rights to adapt the manga in 2005 and it was once reported that they hired Takashi Shimizu (Ju-On, The Grudge) to direct the live-action film adaptation. But the project was not realized, and Shimizu directed the live-action film of Kiki's Delivery Service in Japan instead. Since the rights expired in early 2013, dozens of Japanese film companies had taken part in the scramble for it, with Toho ultimately coming out ahead.

Cast includes Shota Sometani as the protagonist Shinichi Shimizu, Eri Fukatsu as high school teacher/parasyte Ryoko Tamiya, and Ai Hashimoto as Shinichi's girlfriend Satomi Murano.

When announced last fall, plans were to start shooting this January ahead of a December 2015 release of the first feature, with the second following in 2015.

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idk what to think about that dubbed trailer, well anyway yeyyy @ parasyte getting an anime