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  • Buckeye
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    Time for me to do my seasonal dub assessment now that every show has aired and I have an idea where things stand. As usual, I list shows that begin this season that are either licensed or shows legally streaming somewhere (unless announced by Netflix) with episodes that are at least half-length. I decided to repurpose the Virtual Locks section to include titles that are likely going to get dubs, but leave a bit of uncertainty as well.

    Confirmed
    Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest (Funimation Simuldub)
    Astra Lost in Space (Funimation Simuldub)
    BEM (Funimation Simuldub)
    A Certain Scientific Accelerator (Funimation Simuldub)
    Cop Craft (Funimation Simuldub)
    Demon Lord, Retry! (Funimation Simuldub)
    Dr. Stone (Funimation Simuldub)
    Ensemble Stars (Funimation Simuldub)
    Fire Force (Funimation Simuldub)
    Hensuki (Funimation Simuldub)
    How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift? (Funimation Simuldub)
    Is It Wrong to Try and Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? II (Sentai Dubcast)
    Kengan Ashura (Netflix)
    Kochoki (Funimation Simuldub)
    Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin - Advent of the Red Comet (Previously dubbed)
    The Ones Within (Funimation Simuldub)
    Yamishibai season 7 (Sentai is dubbing the other seasons)

    Virtual Locks
    If It's For My Daughter, I'd Even Defeat a Demon Lord
    Lord El-Melloi II's Case Files
    O Maidens In Your Savage Season
    Teasing Master Takagi-san 2
    To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts
    Vinland Saga

    Of these shows, Lord El-Melloi is the biggest slam dunk as everything from the Fate franchise has been dubbed. Takagi-san should be confirmed, except that Netflix somehow got their hands on the sequel and it's another Saiki K. situation as it means having to go to Dallas to get it dubbed, which Netflix isn't exactly eager to do. O Maidens has been well-received, which is the biggest factor now for Sentai in dubbing a show. Abandoned Sacred Beasts is another one of those shows with marketing potential, and given how much enthusiasm CR showed that I think it gets dubbed. And then there's Vinland Saga, and somebody is going to get the home video license and dub it, and there have even been requests to have it on Toonami, so at the end of the day, this Viking fantasy show will get a dub.

    50/50
    The Demon Girl Next Door
    Granbelm
    Isekai Cheat Magician

    Granbelm and Isekai Cheat Magician have the widespread appeal, but they have been poorly received, so I can understand both ways of the argument for those two shows. Demon Girl Next Door is another one of those shows that Sentai would have brushed aside for a dub in the past, but things have been changing recently, and so far it has been an entertaining show with appeal.

    Longshot
    Are You Lost?
    Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks?
    Given
    Magical Sempai

    The two half-length shows have a chance because they are half-length, but I'm not really expecting them to be dubbed as they don't have the drawing power like with last season's shows in the same timeslot as Isekai Quartet and Strike Witches are spinoffs of well-established franchises. Knowing Aniplex, Two-Hit Mom probably won't get a dub seeing that it has been poorly received, but the appeal gets it an outside shot. Lastly, Given is on the opposite end of a spectrum, a well-received show that nobody is really watching as BL just doesn't sell.

    Fuhgeddaboudit
    Re:Stage Dream Days
    Starmyu 3
    Symphogear XV
    Try Knights
    Wasteful Days of High School Girls

    None of the previous seasons for Starmyu or Symphogear are getting dubs, so there's no reason to believe the new seasons will. Re:Stage pretty much can be written off as another cute girls show, but above all it will be quite difficult to dub should Sentai decide to do so as the most recent episode pretty much says it all. Wasteful Days just doesn't have the widespread appeal, and Try Knights is a show nobody really cares about.

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  • Buckeye
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    Alright, I have been lazy and have forgotten to add more dubs to this list, but nevertheless I'm doing that just now. Here are the dubs announced at Otakon:

    Ao-chan Can't Study (Sentai)
    Kemono Friends (Discotek)
    City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eye (Discotek)
    Galaxy Express 999: Eternal Fantasy (Discotek)
    Thermae Romae (Discotek)

    And also, Miss Caretaker of Sunohara-sou has been added to Funimation's catalog as well. I'm getting ready to do my quarterly dub prospects now that the late-starting Try Knights has aired and I have a pretty good idea where things stand for the other shows.

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  • wjbraden
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    Buckeye Great list, I have a few titles that I believe could be added to it:

    -Inazuma 11 Ares (Level-5 abby)
    -One Piece TV Special: 3D2Y (Funimation)
    -One Piece TV Special: Episode of Sabo (Funimation)
    -One Piece TV Special: Episode of Nebulandia (Funimation)
    -One Piece TV Special: Episode of East Blue (Funimation)
    -Lupin The Third: Goemon Ishikawa's Spray of Blood (Discotek) (screened at Anime Expo)
    -Lupin The Third: Fujiko Mine's Lie (Discotek)
    -Lupin the 3rd: Blood Seal of the Eternal Mermaid (Discotek)
    -Detective Conan: Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer (??? - dub produced at Bang Zoom) (screened at Anime Expo)
    -City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes (Discotek) (screening at Otakon)

    Also, isn't Lupin The Third Part V licensed through Discotek, like other recent Lupin titles? Funimation just streamed it through their platform, I believe.
    Last edited by wjbraden; 07-11-2019, 10:06 AM.

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  • Rootsofjustice
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    Okay, so now that even a show as abstract as Yamishibai is getting a dub out of Sentai, it'd probably a good idea to scope out what is and isn't likely to get dubbed by Sentai in the coming months. My criteria is simple, as I feel there's one factor that'd disqualify a show for a little while and another that'd likely disqualify outright. If a show was released sub-only recently (gonna pull a number out of a hat and say 18-24 months), I'd wager Sentai would need a little more time to consider it for marketing and other reasons. If it's a two-cour+ show that received a complete (or otherwise condensed) collection, to me that rules the show out entirely. Also not going to look at other Section 23 imprints under presumably different management and their older sub-only licenses as the M&E tracks required to create a dub may no longer exist.

    Probably Not Any Time Soon
    Action Heroine Cheer Fruits
    ATOM the Beginning
    BanG Dream!
    Battle Girl High School
    Damepri Anime Caravan
    Dive!!
    Frame Arms Girl
    Hozuki's Coolheadedness
    Kabukiku
    Love and Lies
    Magic of Stella
    Sagrada Reset
    Urara Meirocho
    Vatican Miracle Examiner

    Probably Not At All
    Amagami SS/SS+
    Hayate the Combat Butler
    Invaders of the Rokujyoma!? (UPDATE 5/27/19: Announced by MVM as a sub-only release in UK)
    He Is My Master
    Qwaser of Stigmata
    The Familiar of Zero (Seasons 2-4)
    When They Cry (Seasons 2-3)

    Entirely Possible
    And Yet the Town Moves
    Argevollen (2 cour, no condensed rerelease)
    Atelier Escha & Logy
    Beautiful Bones -Sakurako's Investigation-
    Blade & Soul
    Blade Dance of the Elementalers
    Blue Spring Ride
    Busou Shinki
    Captain Earth (2 cour, no condensed rerelease)
    Celestial Method
    Comet Lucifer
    Cuticle Detective Inaba
    Detroit Metal City
    Devils and Realist
    Ebiten
    Engaged to the Unidentified
    Eyeshied 21 (Until Sentai says their home video rights are up I can't not put it here)
    Fantasia Doll
    Fist of the North Star DD
    Flowers of Evil
    Grisaia
    Gingitsune
    Gintama s1 (See Eyeshield)
    Girlish Number
    Girls Beyond the Wasteland
    Glasslip
    Gourmet Girl Graffiti
    Gugure! Kokkuri-san
    Hatsukoi Limited
    Hidamari Sketch
    Humanity Has Declined
    [email protected] Xenoglossia
    Is the Order a Rabbit?
    Kamigami no Asobi
    Kinmoza!
    Listen to Me Girls, I Am Your Father
    Locodol
    Long Riders
    Love Lab
    Love, Election and Chocolate
    Maoyu
    Matoi the Sacred Slayer
    Meganebu
    Momokuri
    Momokyun Sword
    My mental choices are completely interfering with my school romantic comedy.
    Natsuyuki Rendezvous
    Norn9
    Nurse Witch Komugi R
    Okamikakushi
    One Week Friends
    Pet Girl of Sakurasou
    Phantasy Star Online 2
    Photo Kano
    Place to Place
    Psychic Detective Yakumo
    Psychic Squad (This includes THE UNLIMITED)
    Punch Line
    Rail Wars
    Re-Kan
    Reideen
    Rin-Ne (Season 1 at least, I'd imagine a slow rerelease for the other two seasons)
    Sabagebu
    Sakura Trick
    Samurai Jam -Bakumatsu Rock-
    [email protected]
    Severing Crime Edge
    Shirobako
    So, I Can't Play H
    Softenni
    Space Brothers (I've heard tale it didn't sell very well, but it meets my criteria)
    Stella Women's Academy High School Division Class C3
    Strawberry Marshmallow
    Student Council's Discretion
    Taisho Baseball Girls
    Tari Tari
    Tegumi Bachi -Letter Bee-
    The Comic Artist and His Assistants
    The Hentai Prince & the Stony Cat
    The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors & Hostel Behavior
    The Perfect Insider
    The World is Still Beautiful
    Triage X
    Unlimited Bahamut Chronicle
    Uta*Pri
    Wake Up, Girls!
    Windy Tales
    Wish Upon the Pleadies
    Wolf Girl & Black Prince
    Young Black Jack
    Yozakura Quartet
    Yusibu
    Yuyushiki

    Not Sure?
    Classicaloid
    Non Non Biyori (Not sure where to put this, it has a third season coming, but it was also condensed into a Complete Series set recently)

    Gonna put my wager down on one of Sentai's AX announcements being another slate of The Dubs Are Coming with Is the Order a Rabbit, Shirobako, Sakura Trick, Blue Spring Ride and Uta*Pri.
    Last edited by Rootsofjustice; 05-27-2019, 05:05 PM.

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  • Frontier
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    Originally posted by Buckeye View Post
    So with the latest solicitations and news, Sentai is starting to go back and dub shows that didn't get it due to their old criteria of choosing what to dub. It used to be that marketability dictated their decisions as to what shows they are dubbing and not, and now it's more based on reception. In any case, Waiting in the Summer has been added to the list, and just to recap, these are the shows that are getting a dub after Sentai initially released it sub-only over the past year:

    Kampfer
    Love Stage!
    My Teen Romantic Comedy Snafu
    To Love-Ru
    Waiting in the Summer

    As for what shows are next in line to get dubbed, the leading candidates are The Pet Girl of Sakura-sou, Grisaia, Non Non Biyori (especially with a third season coming out), and Golden Time, and while there are others, I'm not so sure the demand is there for the others like there is for these that are listed. Seeing that they dubbed Mitsuboshi Colors, which had no chance at a dub under the old criteria, that I can see they dubbing Non Non Biyori and dubcasting the third season.
    Sentai has announced dubs for both Golden Time and Yamashibi: Japanese Ghost Stories.

    HIDIVE will also be streaming a dub for Domestic Girlfriend.

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  • Buckeye
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    So with the latest solicitations and news, Sentai is starting to go back and dub shows that didn't get it due to their old criteria of choosing what to dub. It used to be that marketability dictated their decisions as to what shows they are dubbing and not, and now it's more based on reception. In any case, Waiting in the Summer has been added to the list, and just to recap, these are the shows that are getting a dub after Sentai initially released it sub-only over the past year:

    Kampfer
    Love Stage!
    My Teen Romantic Comedy Snafu
    To Love-Ru
    Waiting in the Summer

    As for what shows are next in line to get dubbed, the leading candidates are The Pet Girl of Sakura-sou, Grisaia, Non Non Biyori (especially with a third season coming out), and Golden Time, and while there are others, I'm not so sure the demand is there for the others like there is for these that are listed. Seeing that they dubbed Mitsuboshi Colors, which had no chance at a dub under the old criteria, that I can see they dubbing Non Non Biyori and dubcasting the third season.

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  • Buckeye
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    Time for my seasonal dub assessment to determine the odds of every show getting a dub or not. Once again, I am only listing shows that begin this season, are legally streaming somewhere, and episodes are at least half-length (shorts with shorter run-times that are licensed for home video release will be included). So with that, onto the assessment. With this season seeing a huge reduction in the number of shows, as well as Funimation picking up just about every relevant title this season that the lists are going to be pretty short this time around.

    Dubs Confirmed

    7SEEDS (Netflix)
    AfterLost (Funimation Simuldub)
    Attack on Titan season 3 part 2 (Funimation Simuldub)
    Bungo Stray Dogs (Crunchyroll Sequel)
    Carole and Tuesday (Netflix)
    Fairy Gone (Funimation Simuldub)
    Fruits Basket (Funimation Simuldub)
    The Helpful Fox Senko-san (Funimation Simuldub)
    Isekai Quartet (Funimation Simuldub)
    Kengan Ashura (Netflix)
    Koto Ono Tomare (Funimation Simuldub)
    Midnight Occult Civil Servants (Funimation Simuldub)
    Million Arthur (Funimation Simuldub)
    Mix (Funimation Simuldub)
    Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin TV (Edited from OVA release)
    One Punch Man 2 (Viz)
    RobiHachi (Funimation Simuldub)
    Sarazanmai (Funimation Simuldub)
    Strike Witches: 501st Unit, Take Off! (Funimation Simuldub)
    Ultraman (Netflix)
    Wise Man's Grandchild (Funimation Simuldub)
    YU-NO (Funimation simuldub)

    Virtual Locks
    Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

    Pretty much, it's gonna happen and this is the only show without a dub that's certain to get one. Aniplex has been heavily promoting this show, and so far it's great. So a dub is in the bag for Demon Slayer, and a possible Toonami broadcast as well.

    50/50
    Hitori Bocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu
    Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?

    For Hitori Bocchi, it would most definitely would have been a Sentai license without a dub based on the way they operated in the past, but seeing that similar shows like Mitsuboshi Colors and Hakumei and Mikochi are getting dubs that there's a pretty solid chance for it to get a dub. This is one of the better slice of life shows this season, but of course the genre isn't marketable, which is why I have it at 50/50. And then there's the fanservicey show and this is the kind of show that sells in America. Certainly, a dub could be coming for that show seeing that Sentai has a pretty thin catalog this season.

    Longshot
    Ao-chan Can't Study
    Senryu Girl

    While I could see these shows getting dubbed, it's very unlikely given the show's profile. As for Ao-chan, the sexual humor might give it enough to have it dubbed. Senryu Girl will be pretty tough to dub, but Sentai can pull it off by using haikus in place of senryus seeing that there's not much difference on the English side of things.

    Fuhgeddaboudit
    Amazing Stranger
    Bakumatsu Crisis
    Cinderella Nine
    Diamond of the Ace Act II
    Joshi Kausei
    King of Prism
    Namu Amida Butsu! Utena
    We Never Learn
    Zoku Owarimonogatari

    Alright, I'm breaking the rules there adding Joshi Kausei to the list, but with no words being spoken, there's no need to dub it, so if it does somehow make it to BD, nobody is going to dub it. Nevertheless, these are shows I'm having a hard time seeing getting dubbed. Of the notable entries on this list, We Never Learn and Zoku Owarimonogatari are Aniplex shows that won't get dubs for different reasons as nothing was ever dubbed in the Monogatari series, all while Aniplex just doesn't dub shows like We Never Learn. And you can pretty much forget about Namu Amida Butsu getting a dub as nobody is watching that show. And for the same reasons, Bakumatsu Crisis and King of Prism won't be getting dubs.

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  • tboy1992
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    Funimation just added Kono Oto Tomare!: Sounds of Life, Fairy gone, Mix, RobiHachi, and AFTERLOST to their simuldub lineup.
    Last edited by tboy1992; 04-05-2019, 05:34 PM.

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  • Buckeye
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    A number of shows were recently greenlit for dubs, which includes The Promised Neverland (coming to Toonami), My Teen Romantic Comedy Snafu, Kokkoku, and Love Stage, as well as some Netflix shows whose premiere dates were recently announced.

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  • Buckeye
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    First of all, the Rokka dub is finally available. While it was dubbed quite some time ago, this is the first time it's available, either through streams or R1 physical media, so it's part of this year's dub list. I decided to reformat the list and now it uses a table to make the list easier to read.

    I was waiting to see what Sentai was going to dubcast for this season, and it looks like it will just be Real Girl, and doing it on a more flexible schedule to release it three episodes per month rather than weekly giving me the impression that they are going to wait until the end of the season before deciding on what to dub. In any case, it's time for me to do my Winter 2019 assessment of dub likelihood. Once again, shows listed here are for shows that are at least half-length and are legally streaming somewhere in the US whether it be on Crunchyroll, Funimation, HIDIVE, Netflix, Amazon, or some other service not commonly used for anime.

    Dub Confirmed

    Boogiepop and Others (Funimation Simuldub)
    Date A Live III (Funimation Simuldub)
    Endro! (Funimation Simuldub)
    Forest of Piano 2nd Season (Netflix)
    Kakegurui xx (Netflix)
    Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka (Funimation Simuldub)
    The Morose Mononokean II (Funimation Simuldub)
    Mob Psycho 100 (Crunchyroll Simuldub)
    My Roommate is a Cat (Funimation Simuldub)
    The Quintessential Quintuplets (Funimation Simuldub)
    Real Girl 2nd Season (Sentai Dubcast)
    Revisions (Netflix)
    Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan (Funimation Simuldub)
    The Rising of the Shield Hero (Crunchyroll Simuldub)
    Tokyo Meiji Renka (Funimation Simuldub)

    Virtual Locks
    Domestic Girlfriend
    Dororo
    Mysteria Friends
    The Promised Neverland

    The Promised Neverland is one of the most-watched shows this season, so there's no question there's a dub coming. This would also be something great for Toonami as it's up there in being one of the most requested shows to air on TV. Dororo will undoubtedly get dubbed by whoever ends up with the home video license seeing that it is one of the best shows of the season. Domestic Girlfriend is by far Sentai's best show this season, so no question it's getting dubbed. Mysteria Friends has its ties to Rage of Bahamut, and given the half-length episodes and a small cast with Anne and Grea having the majority of the lines that I think it gets dubbed as well.

    50/50 Chance
    Girly Air Force
    Grimms Notes
    The Magnificent Kotobuki
    The Price of Smiles
    W'z

    It's kind of hard to get a good read on where these shows stand. Girly Air Force is something Funimation would dub, but with the partnership ended that it's kind of a coin flip. Grimms Notes I'm leaning towards no, but this show does have its appeal. As for Kotobuki and Price of Smiles, those shows have great appeal even if it is lacking in the reception department. The former has great action that makes it appealing, while Price of Smiles has an intriguing, albeit not told well to this point, story. Lastly, W'z is there because of its ties to Hand Shakers, but at the same time it's a sequel to a show that's an absolute dumpster fire, a fact that isn't so obvious.

    Longshot
    How Clumsy You Are, Miss Ueno
    Kaguya-sama: Love is War
    Kemono Friends 2
    Kemurikusa
    Wataten! An Angel Flew To Me

    Kaguya-sama is pretty unlikely knowing that Aniplex just doesn't dub these kinds of shows, and not to mention this show is going to be really tough to dub. Since the show is well-received so far that there's a chance, but again that's how Aniplex makes decisions. Miss Ueno is a short, so that's why it has a chance when the content suggests otherwise. Kemono Friends is popular in Japan, but not so much outside Japan, so while I don't think it will ever be dubbed there's always that angle. Likewise for the show Tatsuki worked on after a fallout with Kadokawa led the Kemono Friends sequel to be handled by someone else, Kemurikusa has a chance as it's more likely to appeal to international audiences, but that show just doesn't have the reception to back it up. Lastly, Wataten just doesn't have mass appeal, but it has some appeal and in the right hands, it might get a dub.

    Fuhgeddaboudit
    B-Project Climax*Emotion
    BanG! Dream 2nd Season
    Bermuda Triangle: Colorful Pastrale
    Dimension High School
    Pastel Memories
    Virtual-san Looking

    Pretty obvious why these are here. For B-Project and BanG! Dream, they are sequels to shows with limited marketability and as such, their first seasons were not dubbed. Bermuda Triangle and Pastel Memories are just boring, while Dimension High School and Virtual-san Looking are just too hard to dub to and not worthwhile to even make an attempt at it.

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  • Buckeye
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    Just announced today, Sentai will be dubbing Kampfer making this the third title announced recently that Sentai is going back to dub after seeing an initial sub-only release with the other two being Love Stage and To-Love-Ru. The dub will presumably come out later this year, but nevertheless it's coming.

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  • Buckeye
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    While I would normally do a full season assessment at this time, Sentai is late announcing their Dubcast lineup. So I'll just do an assessment for Sentai shows at this time in terms of receiving a Dubcast while doing the full season assessment shortly after the Dubcastlineup is announced.

    Locks
    Real Girl season 2

    No explanation needed here.

    Very Likely
    Domestic Girlfriend
    Mysteria Friends

    Domestic Girlfriend is the most likely show to get a Dubcast as it has been a well-received show so far with intense drama. And for Mysteria Friends, it's tie-in to Rage of Bahamut, short length, and straightforwardness to dub makes it very likely for a Dubcast.

    50/50
    Grimms Notes
    The Magnificent Kotobuki
    The Price of Smiles
    W'z

    These shows have appeal, albeit without the reception to match them. Fantasy shows are usually a good draw, which is why I have Grimms Notes here, while Kotobuki's draw is the action. Price of Smiles has an intriguing story, while W'z is connected to Hand Shakers, which was dubbed. That said, while they all have something going for them that warrants a dub, these shows haven't exactly been well-received.

    Longshot
    How Clumsy You Are, Miss Ueno

    The only thing in this show's favor is that it's a half-length short. That said, with the humor being hit or miss that I can see this bending either way.

    Fuhgeddaboudit
    Bang Dream season 2
    Bermuda Triangle: Colorful Pastrale
    Dimension High School
    Pastel Memories

    The first season of Bang Dream wasn't dubbed, while Bermuda Triangle and Pastel Memories are terrible shows with a limited audience. Then there's Dimension High School where the live action is just too difficult to dub, at least in a Dubcast environment.

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  • Buckeye
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    Yeah, they are soon coming. I know that dubs for To Love-Ru and Love Stage are coming and are expected to be released sometime this year. These are shows that came out at a time when Sentai used marketability pretty much as their sole basis for determining which shows got dubs. From that time period, I would say that Pet Girl of Sakurasou, Golden Time, My Teen Romantic Comedy Snafu, Non Non Biyori, and Grisaia are the shows that have the best chances of getting re-released with a dub. We shall see about that, but in the meantime Sentai has yet to announce their dubcast lineup for the season aside from the second season of Real Girl. As soon as that happens, I'll do my usual season assessment to determine what shows are likely going to get dubs from this season.

    In the meantime, here are all the dubs from Sentai's solicitations through April (shows considered 2019 dubs are bolded):

    Girls' Last Tour
    Land of the Lustrous
    Human Crossing (previously dubbed)
    Kino's Journey (re-release)
    Just Beacuse!
    My Girlfriend is Shobitch
    Parasyte (re-release)
    Saiyuki (re-release)
    Hakumei and Mikochi
    Mitsuboshi Colors

    Doreiku (2018 Dubcast)
    Gatchaman (previously dubbed)
    Is It Wrong to Expect a Hot Spring in a Dungeon? (re-release)
    Kokkoku
    Princess Resurrection (re-release)

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  • Buckeye
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    With Funimation having finalized their simuldub lineup that I updated the post. I'll later put up the stuff solicited and premiering upon BD release. As Crunchyroll and Funimation no longer have their partnership that they have separate lists, with the first CR dub being Konosuba.

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  • Buckeye
    started a topic 2019 Dubs List

    2019 Dubs List

    With 2018 coming to a close pretty soon, it's now time to create a new thread that lists the dubs for 2019. The thread for 2018 was started by someone who is no longer active on the forums, so I took those duties to start this thread. In determining which shows belong in this list, as opposed to belonging to 2018 or 2020, these are the following criteria I have laid down for what constitutes a 2019 dub.
    • For TV series that got a simuldub or dubcast, as well as those whose dubs premiered on Toonami or other TV stations, it is based on the year the first episode came out. So dubs that began in airing in 2019 and continue into 2020 are included. This excludes such shows where the first episode came out in 2018 or earlier and continue into 2019 like A Certain Magical Index III, Megalo Box, Tsurune, and Boruto.
    • For TV series whose dub premiered with the release of the BD, it is based on the scheduled release date of the first volume (if applicable) or when the whole dub (at least up to the episodes in the first volume BD release) is available to stream, whichever comes first. There are some shows that put the first few episodes up for streaming ahead of time, but again it's based on the BD release schedule. Also, if the first volume of the show is released on year and a subsequent part is released in another year, it is listed based on when the first part came out.
    • For movies, it is based on when the dub premiered in theaters. If the movie is not screened, it will go by the BD release schedule.
    So with that, here is a starting list of shows with dubs coming out in 2019.
    Crunchyroll Simuldub:
    Bungo Stray Dogs season 3
    Mob Psycho 100 II
    The Rising of the Shield Hero

    Post-Simulcast:
    Konosuba (seasons 1 and 2)
    Funimation Simuldub:
    AfterLost
    Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest
    Astra Lost in Space
    Attack on Titan season 3 part 2
    BEM
    Boogiepop and Others
    A Certain Scientific Accelerator
    Cop Craft
    Date A Live III
    Demon Lord, Retry!
    Dr. Stone
    Endro!
    Ensemble Stars
    Fairy Gone
    Fire Force
    Fruits Basket (2019)
    The Helpful Fox Senko-san
    Hensuki
    How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Can Lift?
    Isekai Quartet
    Kochoki
    Kono Oto Tomare! Sounds of Life
    Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka
    Meiji Tokyo Renka
    Midnight Occult Civil Servants
    Million Arthur
    Miss Caretaker of Sunohara-sou
    Mix
    The Morose Mononokean II
    The Ones Within
    RobiHachi
    My Roommate is a Cat
    The Quintessential Quintuplets
    Rishii! Ekoda-chan
    Star Blazers: Battle Spaceship Yamato 2202
    Strike Witches: 501st Joint Fighter Wing Take Off!
    Wise Man's Grandchild
    Yu-No

    Post-Simulcast:
    Lupin III Part V
    Nichijou

    Funimation Films
    Code Geass: Lelouch of the Ressurection Movie 1
    Human Lost
    Love Live! Sunshine! Over the Rainbow
    Sentai Dubcast:
    Ao-chan Can't Study
    Domestic Girlfriend
    How Clumsy You Are, Miss Ueno
    Is It Wrong to Try and Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? II
    Mysteria Friends
    Real Girl season 2
    Why the Hell are you Here, Teacher?

    Premiered Upon BD Release:
    Girls' Last Tour
    Hakumei and Mikochi
    Just Because!
    Kampfer
    Kokkoku
    Land of the Lustrous
    Love Stage!!
    Mitsuboshi Colors
    My Girlfriend is Shobitch
    Waiting in the Summer

    Confirmed and Coming Soon:
    Golden Time
    My Teen Romantic Comedy Snafu
    To Love-Ru
    Yamishibai

    Sentai Films:
    Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Orion of the Arrow
    Made in Abyss Movie
    Aniplex Cells at Work!
    Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
    The Promised Neverland
    Record of Grancrest War
    Sword Art Online: Alicization
    Netflix 7Seeds
    Aggretsuko season 2
    Carole and Tuesday
    Evangelion (TV Series, Rebirth, and End of Evangelion)
    Forest of Piano season 2
    Ingress
    Kakegurui XX
    Kengan Ashura
    Revisions
    St. Seiya
    Ultraman
    Viz Infini-T Force
    One Punch Man 2
    TV Series:
    Others
    Aria the Natural (Right Stuf)
    Aria the Origination (Right Stuf)
    Blade Runner: Black Lotus (Toonami)
    Emma: A Victorian Romance (Right Stuf)
    Gundam Build Divers (Sunrise)
    The Journey Home (Amazon)
    Kemono Friends (Discotek)
    Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (Sunrise)
    Rokka: Flowers of the Six Braves (Pony Canyon)
    Movies/OVAs:
    Others
    Millenium Actress (Eleven Arts)
    Penguin Highway (Eleven Arts)
    Promare (GKids)
    This list will continuously be updated as dubs get announced.
    Last edited by Buckeye; 07-27-2019, 06:53 PM.
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