Cells at Work! CODE BLACK English Dub to Stream on Funimation

Cells at Work! CODE BLACK English Dub

Cells at Work! CODE BLACK is a darker, grittier take on the Cells at Work! you know and love. It’s action-packed and full of drama, and thanks to our partners at Aniplex of America and Bang Zoom! Entertainment, we’re excited to announce that its English dub is coming to Funimation!

Episode 1 of the Cells at Work! CODE BLACK English dub arrives on March 11, and we’ve got the cast and crew news that you’ve been craving!

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Leading the series is Allegra Clark (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Burn the Witch) as White Blood Cell (Neutrophil) (1196) and Kyle McCarley (Devilman: Crybaby, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind) as Red Blood Cell (AA2153), as they try to save a body that just might be beyond saving.

Official synopsis: A rookie Red Blood Cell has been bustling about, frantically making oxygen deliveries all around the body! But his workplace is on the brink of going Code Black!! Drinking, smoking, stress, sleep deprivation…struggling to survive a life not unlike the brutal corporate world, what must these overworked cells be thinking at the end of the day? This is a tale about the inside of your body…

Check out the full cast and crew list for the Cells at Work! CODE BLACK English dub below!

Red Blood Cell (AA2153)Kyle McCarley
White Blood Cell (Neutrophil) (1196)Allegra Clark
Red Blood Cell (AC1677)Jon Allen
White Blood Cell (Neutrophil) (8787)Lizzie Freeman
White Blood Cell (Neutrophil) (1212)Tiana Camacho
Gastric Chief CellJohn E. Bentley
PlateletLizzie Freeman
MacrophageSuzie Yeung
HepatocyteLauren Landa
Brain Cell (Commander)J. Michael Tatum
NarratorJason Marnocha
English Voice DirectionWendee Lee
English AdaptationRachel Robinson

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