‘RWBY: Ice Queendom’ Dub Cast Revealed

Studio Shaft and Rooster Teeth brings fans ‘RWBY: Ice Queendom,’ a spin-off directed by Toshimasa Suzuki. Working with Crunchyroll, the series will be dubbed with a new cast with a planned release on Rooster Teeth’s premium platform on September 25 before it heads to Crunchyroll streaming service.

Crunchyroll said on their website, “Cast members confirmed to return in their original roles include Lindsay Jones as Ruby Rose, Kara Eberle as Weiss Schnee, Arryn Zech as Blake Belladonna, Barbara Dunkelman as Yang Xiao Long, Miles Luna as Jaune Arc, Samantha Ireland as Nora Valkyrie, Jen Brown as Pyrrha Nikos, and Neath Oum as Lie Ren.”

You can watch the dub trailer for the series below:

Crunchyroll also noted that the “series conceptualization by Gen Urobuchi (Fate/Zero, PSYCHO-PASS), joined by Tow Ubukata (Heroic Age) as scriptwriter and huke (STEINS;GATE visual novel) as character designer.”

Crunchyroll describes the synopsis as follows,

“In the world of Remnant, a place where science and fairy tales coexist, human civilization is plagued by deadly monsters known as the Grimm. For a time, victory by the Grimm seemed all but certain, if not for the heroism of those sworn to protect humanity — Huntsmen and Huntresses.

These warriors are trained and assembled into teams at schools like Beacon Academy, where Ruby meets Weiss and Blake — forming Team RWBY along with Ruby’s sister, Yang. While team RWBY studies to become the greatest Huntresses the world of Remnant has ever known, they are faced with a horrifying threat…”

The original RWBY was created by Monty Oum for Rooster Teeth that launched in 2013. It ran for eight seasons and produced several spin-offs including ‘RWBY Chibi,’ ‘RWBY: Fairy Tales,’ and the video game ‘RWBY: The Grimm Campaign.’ The show also spun-off a comic book series that had a crossover with the Justice League.

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