‘Girls’ Frontline’ is a mobile strategy RPG from MICA Team that follows the exploits of the Anti-Rain (AR) Team, a group of robotic “T-Dolls” that are made for combat. Its popularity led to an anime from the Japanese animation studio Asahi Production. Funimation announced that they had acquired the rights to produce an English dub of the series.
“The English dub of Girls’ Frontline is locked, loaded and ready for action, so it’s time for the operation to commence,” Funimation said on their website. “Leading the charge is Michelle Rojas (Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation) as M16A1, Amber Lee Connors (Combatants Will Be Dispatched!) as M4A1, Dani Chambers (SHADOWS HOUSE) as M4 SOPMOD II, and Alexis Tipton (Mieruko-chan) as ST AR-15, who’ll be flanked by a whole armory of cast members.”
The cast also includes Katelyn Barr, Elizabeth Maxwell, Sara Ragsdale, Kate Rose, AmaLee, Bryn Apprill, and Jad Saxton.
You can watch the trailer below:
Wikipedia describes the plot as follows:
“The game is set in a war-torn future where tactical dolls, more commonly known as T-Dolls, are almost exclusively used for combat in place of humans, some having been repurposed from their previous life as civilian androids. The majority of the world is uninhabitable due to contamination from the Collapse Fluid, and much of humankind is dead. In 2062, the artificial intelligence of Sangvis Ferri (SF) spontaneously rebels against humanity, with their T-Dolls and robots killing their human masters and taking over nearby areas. In response, the private military company (PMC) Griffin & Kryuger (G&K) is hired to contain and eliminate Sangvis Ferri forces; the player assumes the role of a recently promoted G&K Commander.”
Morgan Lauré serves as the ADR Director with Jason Lord serving as assistant director.
In Japan, the show is known as ‘Dolls’ Frontline’ due to copyright reasons.
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