Supernatural Anime ‘In/Spectre’ Season 2 Receives A Dub

The supernatural thriller ‘In/Spectre’ returned for a second season once again from the Japanese animation studio Brain Base and director Keiji Gotoh. Crunchyroll acquired the license to release it on their streaming service and has begun to release the dub produced by Bang! Zoom Studios.

Crunchyroll announced the cast on their website:

  • Kotoko voiced by Lizzie Freeman (Chisato in Lycoris Recoil)
  • Kuro voiced by Brandon Winckler (Eugeo in Sword Art Online)
  • Yokai voiced by Chris Smith (Gagumber in SAKUGAN)
  • Bakemono voiced by Ted Sroka (Joseph in Mob Psycho 100)
  • Black Komainu voiced by Deva Marie Gregory (Flayn in Fire Emblem: Three Houses)
  • White Komainu voiced by Jennifer Losi (Tohko in Kotaro Lives Alone)
  • Sumo Wrestler Ayakashi voiced by Joe Hernandez (Daruk in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
  • Ghost voiced by Mike Haimoto (Thorfinn in VINLAND SAGA)

Tony Oliver has been tapped as the ADR Director.

You can watch the trailer below:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,

“During a blizzard, Masayuki Muroi’s old high school friend pushes him off a mountain to certain death. However, Masayuki survives the fall and escapes to safety thanks to Yuki-Onna, the spirit of a beautiful young woman who is said to lead men to their demise—but all she asks in return is money.

Eleven years later, Masayuki has lived a successful life, having gotten married and amassing a great fortune. But when his company collapses and his wife cheats on him, Masayuki retreats to the city where Yuki-Onna once saved him, and he reconnects with her by offering her money and tasty meals. While Masayuki recovers from his misfortunes, another one knocks on his door: his ex-wife is found beaten to death, and now only Yuki-Onna—who cannot reveal herself—can corroborate his alibi.

With no one to turn to, Yuki-Onna enlists the help of the spirits’ God of Wisdom, Kotoko Iwanaga. Revered by the various spirits that wander the earth, Kotoko uses her extraordinary wits and cunning to solve all quarrels they may have. In her duty to protect spirits and humans from colliding, Kotoko drags along her immortal boyfriend, Kurou Sakuragawa, and promises to prove Masayuki’s innocence without exposing Yuki-Onna’s existence.”

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Jacob Airey is an author, nerd, movie reviewer, and pop culture critic. He started this website in 2012 where he covers a vast variety of topics including film, TV, anime, and faith. He also hosts the YouTube vidcast StudioJake.

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