Sc-Fi Anime ‘Deep Insanity: The Lost Child’ Is Getting An English Dub

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‘Deep Insanity: The Lost Child’ is a science fiction anime directed by Shin Oonuma and produced by the Japanese animation company Silver Link. The series has been licensed by Funimation for an English dub to be released on their streaming service.

The English voice cast includes Lee George as Shigure, Kate Bristol as Sumire, Josh Grelle as Leslie, Morgan Lauré as Kobato, Matt Shipman as Larry, Erica Schroeder as Vera, Alan Lee as James, Luis Bermudez as Nicholas, and Natalie Van Sistine as Solvy.

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You can watch the trailer below:

According to an Anime News Network report, “Jad Saxton is directing the English dub, and Madeleine Morris is the assistant director. Rickey Watkins is the lead engineer, and Bob Romans is the assistant engineer. Clayton Browning is writing the English script, and Bonny Clinkenbeard is supervising. Bradon Peters is in charge of ADR prep.”

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,

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“Madness and unawakening sleep, Randolph syndrome. This new illness is slowly but steadily approaching humanity, caused by the huge underground world Asylum that appeared in Antarctica. There are strange creatures different from the earth, and unknown resources. People bet their lives on the depths of the mysterious new world to get huge wealth, organizational plots, or their own ambitions. And here alone, a young man with a wish in his heart is trying to challenge the front line of Asylum.”

‘Deep Insanity: The Lost Child’ is part of a multimedia franchise from Square Enix that includes the manga series ‘Deep Insanity: Nirvana,’ written by Norimitsu Kaihō and Makoto Fukami with illustrations by Etorouji Shiono. It was run through the Monthly Big Gangan magazine.

The franchise also includes the RPG video game ‘Deep Insanity: Asylum,’ which follows the character Woo Inominetas (voiced by Yūichirō Umehara), the sole survivor of a hospital massacre.


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