Crunchyroll Announces ‘Super Cub’ English Voice Cast

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‘Super Cub’ is a slice-of-life drama light novel series written by Tone Kōken and illustrated by Hiro that ran from 2017 to 2022 from Tokyo-based publishing company Kadokawa Shoten. The series was developed into an ongoing manga illustrated by Kanitan and would be picked up by Japanese animation company Studio Kai for an anime in 2021. It is directed by Toshiro Fujii and ran for twelve episodes. Crunchyroll recently announced that they were launching the English dubbed version on their streaming service.

“The English dub of the series stars voice actors Jackie Lastra (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba) as Koguma, Dawn M. Bennett (Dragon Ball Super) as Reiko, Jason Charles Miller (Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans) as Shino and Skyler Davenport (Komi Can’t Communicate) as Shii,” Crunchyroll said on their website.

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Geoff Bisente is tackling the duties of ADR Director, Recording Engineer, and Editor.

You can watch the trailer below:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,

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“Koguma, a reserved second-year high school student, has nothing—no parents, hobbies, friends, or goals. On her way home one afternoon, she visits a vehicle shop in hopes of acquiring a motor scooter. With only enough money to make ends meet, she is disheartened by the price tags and prepares to turn back. However, as she is about to leave, the shop’s owner offers her a pre-owned Honda Super Cub for ten thousand yen. Believing that the motorcycle will help brighten her monotonous world, she accepts the deal. As Koguma journeys through her town on small adventures with her Super Cub, she begins to build irreplaceable friendships and eagerly advances toward her new life.”

Toshizō Nemoto handles the writing duties for the anime with Tomohisa Ishikawa and ZAQ handling the music.

The manga also features a spin-off titled ‘Super Cub Rei’ written by Sakae Saito for Kadokawa Shoten’s magazine ‘Comic Newtype.’


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