‘Black Summoner’ Transmigrates With An English Dub

‘Black Summoner’ is a fantasy isekai series written by Doufu Mayoi originally for the webcomic online publisher Shōsetsuka ni Narō before getting published by Overlap in light novel and manga form. The isekai was picked up by the Japanese animation studio Satelight in 2022 for an anime adaptation. Shortly after its release, Crunchyroll announced that they were making an English dubbed version.
They revealed the cast list on their website:
Van Barr Jr. (Beat in The World Ends with You The Animation) as Kelvin
Tia Ballard (Shuna in That Time I Was Reincarnated as a Slime) as Melfina
Bev Mageto as Efil
Bruce Carey (Rayleigh in One Piece) as Gerard
Alexis Tipton (Miko in Mieruko-chan) as Sera
Mary Morgan as Clotho
Brittney Karbowski (Wendy in Fairy Tail) as Ange
Molly Zhang (Hachimitsu in Shikimori’s Not Just a Cutie) as Beth
Sara Ragsdale (Saya in Dagashi Kashi) as Carol
Jason Lord is working on the project as the ADR Director while Aaron Roberts is taking the position of the assistant ADR Director.
You can watch the trailer below:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,
“Waking up in a strange new place with no memory of his past life, Kelvin learns that he’s bartered away those very memories in exchange for powerful new abilities during his recent transmigration. Heading out into a whole new world as a Summoner—with his first Follower being the very goddess who brought him over!—Kelvin begins his new life as an adventurer, and it isn’t long before he discovers his hidden disposition as a battle junkie.
From the Black Knight of the Ancient Castle of Evil Spirits to the demon within the Hidden Cave of the Sage, he revels in the fight against one formidable foe after another. Join this overpowered adventurer in an exhilarating and epic saga as he and his allies carve their way into the annals of history!”
‘Black Summoner’ manga and light novels have been released through J-Novel Club.

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