‘Link Click’ Snaps An English Dub For Season 2

The Chinese sci-fi animated series ‘Link Click’ returned for a second season in July 2023. Streamed to the video-sharing platform BilliBilli, the show is developed by Studio LAN and Haoliners Animation League. Crunchyroll acquired the license to release it in the United States and to develop an English dub.

Crunchyroll revealed the cast on their website:

  • Cheng Xiaoshi voiced by Alejandro Saab (Miyamura in Horimiya)
  • Lu Guang voiced by Zeno Robinson (Ishikawa in Horimiya)
  • Qiao Ling voiced by Suzie Yeung (Makima in Chainsaw Man)
  • Chen Bin voiced by Howard Wang
  • Liu Jing voiced by Anthony Bowling
  • Xiao Li voiced by Christopher R. Sabat
  • Qian voiced by Aaron Campbell
  • Liu Siwen (Old) Charlie Campbell

Jerry Jewell joins the project as the ADR Director with Colleen Clinkenbeard being tapped as the producer and James Cheek handling the scripts.

You can watch the trailer below:

Wikipedia describes the synopsis as follows,

“Cheng Xiaoshi and Lu Guang run Time Photo Studio and accept requests from clients to relieve them of regrets. Through a photo provided by the client, Cheng Xiaoshi can travel back in time to the moment it was taken and assumes the identity of its photographer, with him absorbing the photographer’s memories and emotions in the process. At the same time, Lu Guang can keep track of the events in time and helps Cheng Xiaoshi relive the experiences of the photographer. The two work under the conditions that they have only 12 hours with one chance to travel in time and find what their client is searching for, while also leaving the events of the past unchanged.”

Link Click is directed by Li Haoling with Tanji Takumi, Asami Tomoya, and Zhu Lipiao working as art directors. The show’s first season originally ran for one season of eleven episodes and one special from April 30, 2021, to July 9, 2021.

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