‘AMAIN Warrior at the Borderline’ English Dub Cast List Dropped


‘AMAIN Warrior at the Borderline’ is a mecha science fiction anime series from the Japanese animation studio Sunrise Beyond and is directed by Nobuyoshi Habara. The first season ran for thirteen episodes with the second season being released in April 2022. Originally premiering on Funimation, Crunchyroll later released the series in North America on their streaming app and will produce an English dub.

They announced the cast on their website:

  • Ry McKeand (Ryoma in The Prince of Tennis) as Amou Shiba
  • Michelle Marie (Nana in Talentless Nana) as Gai
  • Luis Bermudez (Apeas in Ranking of Kings) as Takuto Onishi
  • Bryson Baugus (Falco in Attack on Titan) as Tsubasa Mishima
  • Brandon Winckler (Kuro in In/Spectre) as Ken Tanasaka
  • Keith Silverstein (Ernst in 86 EIGHTY-SIX) as Jeffrey Wilson
  • Caitlyn Elizabeth (Minami in Tribe Nine) as Kate Byrne

Griffin Puatu works as the ADR Director as well as the ADR Script Writer.

You can watch the trailer for the series below:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,


“Futuristic post-war Japan is divided into four military regions, each led by conflicting nations trying to gain complete control over the country. While the Boundary War—fought with the help of humanoid mecha weapons called AMAIM—has long been over, the rivalry between these factions is still ongoing, and, as a result, the Japanese are heavily oppressed.

Amou Shiiba, a 16-year-old orphan boy who is secretly rebuilding an abandoned AMAIM named Kenbu, stumbles upon Gai, an autonomous AI in need of battery power. By choosing to help one another, Amou and Gai find themselves at the center of a disaster, and Amou is labeled a terrorist and cast out of society. Even so, Amou refuses to remain idle in the face of injustice, and he embarks on a long journey rife with struggle and companionship. His aim transitions from leading a peaceful life to liberating the Japanese people.”

The anime has a companion manga titled ‘Kyōkai Senki: Frost Flower’ that was released by Hobby Japan publishing company for their ‘Monthly Hobby Japan’ magazine.

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