BUDDY DADDIES Announces Official Release Date For English Dub!

We've got something new for you to add to your watchlist! The new series Buddy Daddies has released its English Dub premiere date along with a list of the cast members!

Have you heard of the new series Buddy Daddies? If you are a fan of action and comedy, you should check it out! The first English Dub episode of the series is set to officially be released on January 20th on Crunchyroll, so make sure to mark it on your calendars so you can stay up to date as new episodes come out.

Want to know a little more about the new anime? Let's take a look at the information that's been released so far on the series!

Based off of the original story by Vio Shimokura, Buddy Daddies is based on the unconventional relationship of two "partners in crime", whom are known as incredibly dangerous assasins. 

Despite having a reputation of never letting their victims escape, these two assassin buddies find themselves fostering a four-year-old daughter. With this sweet, helpless girl, the hot and cool "daddies" begin their unique family.

These assassins can do any assignment with ease, but ironically they are having trouble dealing with their new daughter. They are constantly hurrying around, feeding her, playing with her, and taking her to and from nursery school. But no matter how insane their lives are, they are unable to refuse a job when they are offered one.

Side story: the girl also happens to be the hidden love child of a vicious mafioso whom they executed, which makes everything much more complicated! Will they be able to pull things together and parent successfully while maintaining their assasin status? You'll have to watch the series as it premieres to find out!

Take a look at the official trailer!

Take a look at the cast and crew members that have been announced for the first episode of the comedy/action anime series:

Cast

  • Kazuki voiced by Landon McDonald (Rampo in Bungo Stray Dogs)
  • Rei voiced by David Matranga (Todoroki in My Hero Academia)
  • Miri voiced by Emi Lo (Kate in SHADOWS HOUSE)
  • Kyutaro voiced by Austin Tindle (Ishigami in Kaguya-sama: Love is War)

Crew

  • ADR Director: Shawn Gann
  • Assistant ADR Director: Sara Ragsdale
  • Lead ADR Engineer: Jamal Roberson
  • Assistant ADR Engineer: Seth Aulds, Domonique French
  • ADR Script Writer: Ben Phillips
  • ADR Script Supervisor: Emily Neves
  • ADR Prep: Brandon Peters

The series based off of Shimokura's story is set to be directed by Yoshiyuki Asai, and will be featuring music by Katsutoshi Kitagawa. 

We're excited to see how this new series turns out! Let us know if you'll be watching the new series in the comments below!

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