HiDive Announces English Voice Cast For Anime Film ‘Re:cycle of the Penguindrum’

Sentai Filmworks announced that they would produce an English dub for the 2022 two-part film ‘Re:cycle of Penguindrum.’ The movie was developed by Lapin Track and directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara. The movies were streamed in the United States on the HiDive streaming service which will also host the English dub.

HiDive revealed the voice cast on their website:

  • Himari voiced by Donna Bella Litton
  • Shoma voiced by Jack Stamsbury
  • Ringo voiced by Margaret McDonald
  • Kanba voiced by Jeremy Gee
  • Asami voiced by Natalie Rial
  • Baby Penguin voiced by Coqui Saproana
  • Chiemi voiced by Allison Sumrall
  • Chizuru voiced by Dominique Meyer
  • Eriko voiced by Joanne Bonasso
  • Esmeralda voiced by Sophie Marcelle
  • Hibari, Souya voiced by Kira Vincent-Davis
  • Hikari voiced by Alyssa Marek
  • Ikebe voiced by Joe Daniels
  • Kenzan voiced by Scott Gibbs
  • Mario voiced by Brittney Karbowski
  • Masako voiced by Genevieve Simmons
  • Momoka, Penguin Hat voiced by Olivia Swasey
  • No. 1 Penguin voiced by Blake Weir
  • No. 2 Penguin voiced by Greg Cote
  • No. 3 Penguin voiced by Christina Kelly
  • Sanetoshi voiced by Dickie Sanders
  • Satoshi voiced by Andrew Love
  • Shitase voiced by Joe Daniels
  • Tabuki voiced by Brandon Hearnsberger
  • Washizuka voiced by John Swasey
  • Young Kanba voiced by Shannon Emerick
  • Young Masako voiced by Genevieve Simmons
  • Young Shoma voiced by Kailin Coates
  • Young Tabuki voiced by Katelyn Barr
  • Yui voiced by Annie Wild
  • Yuri voiced by Patricia Durna

You can watch the trailer below:

Brain’s Base was behind the production of the original anime that ran for twenty-four episodes in 2011.

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,

“For the Takakura family, destiny is an ever-spinning wheel, pointing passionately in their direction with equal tides of joy and sorrow before ticking on to the next wishmaker. With their parents gone, twin brothers Kanba and Shouma live alone with their beloved little sister Himari, whose poor health cannot decline any further.

On the day Himari is given permission to temporarily leave the hospital, her brothers take her out to the aquarium to celebrate, where the family’s supposed fate is brought forth with her sudden collapse. However, when Himari is inexplicably revived by a penguin hat from the aquarium’s souvenir shop, the hand of fate continues to tick faithfully forward.

With her miraculous recovery, though, comes a cost: there is a new entity within her body, whose condition for keeping her fate at bay sends the boys on a wild goose chase for the mysterious “Penguin Drum.” In their search, the boys will have to follow the threads of fate leading from their own shocking past and into the lives of other wishmakers vying for the Penguin Drum, all hoping to land upon their chosen destiny.”

In 2013, the Japanese publisher Gentosha began publishing a manga version written by Kunihiko Ikuhara with illustrations from Lily Hoshino and Isuzu Shibata.

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