Crunchyroll Announces New Dubs Including ‘In the Land of Leadale,’ ‘Orient,’ And More!

The streaming service Crunchyroll has announced a slate of new English dubs for several anime including ‘Orient,’ ‘In the Land of Leadale,’ ‘Love of Kill,’ and more. The anime list includes:

Platinum End– Mirai Kakehashi lives with his abusive aunt and uncle after the death of his parents. He plans on taking his own life, but is saved by Guardian Angel called Nasse who informs him that the god plans to retire. Mirai decides to throw his hat in the ring and joins a contest to become the replacement.

The Strongest Sage with the Weakest Crest– In a world of magic, Mathias Hildesheimr is a reincarnated master sage who is reborn thousands of years into the future and soon discovers his once-powerful magic crest is now considered one of the worst in the world.

Orient– “The story revolves around a 15-year-old boy named Musashi and takes place during Japan’s Sengoku period. At the time, Japan is ruled by Demons and samurai are considered taboo. Musashi is blending in as a miner along with others who are brainwashed into thinking the Oni are their saviors and that they must work for them. However, Musashi knows the truth. He wants to confront the demons with his certain special power,” explains Wikipedia.

Love Of Kill– Chateau Dankworth is a bounty hunter who ends up partnered with the professional hitman Son Ryang-ha after they are both targeted for assassination by a powerful criminal.

In the Land of Leadale– A gamer on life support finds herself reborn in her favorite multi-player online fantasy role-playing game named Leadale, but it has been two hundred years since she last logged in.

My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! X– The isekai follows Catarina Claes who realizes that she is an otaku that is trapped in her favorite video game Fortune Lover, as the game’s villain.

These anime dubs will be a part of their Winter 2022 line-up.
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