It’s time to “reflect” back on the previous year, as we return to Spring 2021’s Blue Reflection Ray with a brand new English dub, with all 24 episodes dropping on Crunchyroll on June 7!
Kayli Mills (Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-) and Brianna Knickerbocker (The Rising of the Shield Hero) will transform into magical girls Hiori and Ruka, joined by these supporting cast members in the first two episodes:
- Michelle Marie as Lime
- Maureen Price as Mio
- Madeline Dorroh as Miyako
- Natalie Van Sistine as Miyako’s Mother
- Erica Mendez as Momo
- Katelyn Barr as Niina
- Kimberley Anne Campbell as Shino
- Lindsay Sheppard as Uta
- Lizzie Freeman as Yuzu
- Maddie Matsumoto as Saya
And by their powers combined, this fantastic crew worked their magic to bring this dub to life:
- ADR Production: Studio Nano
- Producer: Michelle Rojas
- ADR Director: Peter Hawkinson
- Assistant Director: Michelle Rojas
- ADR Engineer: Peter Hawkinson
- Assistant ADR Engineers: Nicole Auringer, Ray Wilkins
- Mix Engineer: Jake Howard
- ADR Script Supervisor: Tyler Walker
- ADR Script Writer: Jessica Sluys
- ADR Prep: Brandon Peters
Based on the video game by Gust, Blue Reflection Ray is directed by Risako Yoshida (The Irregular at Magic High School: Visitor Arc) at studio J.C.Staff (The Demon Girl Next Door), with scripts by Akiko Waba (Snow White with the Red Hair) and character designs by Koichi Kikuta (KONOSUBA -God’s blessing on this wonderful world!).
If you’re a fan of magical girl anime, don’t miss the Blue Reflection Ray English dub when it drops on June 7!
The series is described as such:
Optimistic Hiori can’t turn away anyone in need. Awkward Ruka can’t seem to make friends, even when she tries. But these two do have one thing in common: they’re both magical girls called Reflectors!
Together, this unlikely pair will use their powers to help resolve emotional struggles and protect the Fragments of people’s hearts.