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Neon Alley to Stream English Dub of Fate/Zero

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Saber, meet dubber.

If you’re a fan of anime, but not a fan of any of that tedious “reading” madness, Aniplex has thought of you. Starting this Spring, and exclusively to Viz Media’s 24 hour anime streaming service Neon Alley (REVIEW), the prequel series to the popular Fate/Stay Night franchise will be airing in English for the first time. The cast is as follows:


Kari Wahlgren as Saber
Patrick Seitz as Assassin
David Earnest as Archer
Grant George as Lancer
Jamieson Price as Rider
Dan Woren as Caster
Kyle Hebert as Berserker


Matthew Mercer as Kiritsugu Emiya
Bridget Hoffman as Irisviel von Einzbern
Crispin Freeman as Kirei Kotomine
Marc Diraison as Tokiomi Tohsaka
Doug Erholtz as Kayneth El-Melloi Archibald
Lucien Dodge as Waver Velvet
Johnny Yong Bosch as Ryunosuke Uryu
Liam O’Brien as Kariya Matou

Fate/Zero is currently available on Blu-ray by Aniplex of America in two limited-quantity box sets, but are priced in such a way to only appeal to the hardcore fanatics; we’re talking over 300 dollars a piece for a 25-episode series that doesn’t include the new dub. Aniplex of America has yet to announce any re-release with this new dub. The announcement trailer can be found below:

Fate/Zero‘s English dub premieres Spring on Neon Alley. The series can currently be watched in Japanese (with English subtitles) on Crunchyroll.

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