Honor at Magic Excessive College Anime Reveals Extra English Dub Solid
Aniplex of America introduced new solid members for the English dub for The Honor at Magic Excessive College, the tv anime of Yu Mori‘s The Honor Pupil at Magic Excessive College (Mahōka Kōkō no Yūtōsei: The honour at magic highschool) spinoff manga, on Twitter on Saturday:
- Lizzie Freeman as Airi Isshiki
- Kristen McGuire as Saho Mizuo
- Jennie Kwan as Shiori Kanou
- Sarah Anne Williams as Toko Tsukushiin
Funimation started streaming the English dub of the anime in partnership with Aniplex of America and Bang Zoom! Leisure on August 27.
Beforehand introduced English solid members embrace:
- Anairis Quinones as Miyuki Shiba
- Ryan Bartley as Shizuku Kitayama
- Kimberly Woods as Honoka Mitsui
The anime premiered on July 3. Funimation streamed the collection in partnership with Aniplex of America for the summer season anime season.
Yen Press publishes Tsutomu Satou‘s authentic The Irregular at Magic Excessive College gentle novel collection and Mori’s The Honor Pupil at Magic Excessive College spinoff manga. Yen Press describes the spinoff’s story:
A century has handed since magic – actual, true magic, the stuff of legends – has returned to the world. It’s spring – the season of recent beginnings – and a brand new class of scholars is about to start their research on the Nationwide Magic Academy’s First Excessive College, nickname: Magic Excessive.
A manga spin-off of the immensely standard gentle novel collection The Irregular at Magic Excessive College, The Honor Pupil at Magic Excessive College follows the occasions of the unique collection as seen by the eyes of Shiba Miyuki, Tatsuya’s sister. The lifetime of an honor scholar comes with quite a lot of expectations…and surprising hidden emotions?!
Hideki Tachibana (Is It Flawed to Attempt to Decide Up Women in a Dungeon? second and third seasons, Armed Woman’s Machiavellism) directed the anime at studio CONNECT (Strike the Blood franchise, Armed Woman’s Machiavellism). Takashi Watanabe (Aria the Scarlet Ammo, Boogiepop Phantom director) was the assistant director. Tsuyoshi Tamai (Strike Witches, Pastel Reminiscences) wrote and oversaw the collection scripts, and Ryōsuke Yamamoto and Takao Sano tailored Kana Ishida‘s designs for animation. Taku Iwasaki returned from the earlier works within the franchise to compose the music.
The music unit Sangatsu no Phantasia carried out the opening theme music “101.” The idol group Philosophy no Dance carried out the ending theme music “Double Customary.”
Supply: Aniplex of America‘s Twitter account