It’s time to gear up and dive right into the LBX Girls English dub, which will be dropping on Funimation in its entirety on January 19!
Bravely standing up to the hordes of Mimesis is Megan Taylor Harvey (Diary of Our Days at the Breakwater) as Riko, Laura Stahl (The Promised Neverland) as Yui, Kayli Mills (Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-) as Suzuno, alongside Kira Buckland (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure STONE OCEAN) as Kyoka and Heather Gonzalez (Kemono Jihen) as Miharu.
They’re joined by Rachel Slotky (Kemono Jihen) as Mana, Zeno Robinson (The Case Study of Vanitas) as Nate and Doug Stone (Kill la Kill) as Chief.
And the stacked crew from NYAV Post:
|Voice Directors||Madeleine Heil, Laura Stahl|
|Casting Director||Stephanie Sheh|
|Script Adaptation||Zoe Martin|
|Recording Engineer||Sebastian Franco|
|Audio Editor||Sebastian Franco|
|Production Supervisor||Heather Gonzalez|
|Production Assistants||Clark Cheng, Zoe Martin|
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Based on the Little Battlers eXperience video game series, LBX Girls is directed by Keitaro Motonaga (Date A Live) at studio A-CAT, with series composition by Yasuyuki Muto (Tokyo Revengers) and character designs by Kumi Horii (She Professed Herself Pupil of the Wise Man).
Synopsis: In an unplanned field trip, Rico is transported to an alternate Japan where metal-based life forms known as Mimesis ravage the world. Only girls equipped with LBX armored weaponry can stand up to this scourge. Joined by four other displaced young women, Riko will have to adapt to save humanity. The hope of a planet now rests on these heavy metal soldiers who desire one wish—to return home again!
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