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Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Domestic Release Date Set

Posted on: December 18, 2009

Ed Angry! Ed Smash!During FUNimation’s online chat extravaganza, dubbed “FUNicon 2.0,” FUNimation announced that Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood will be available dubbed starting in May 2010. There were a host of other announcements too, including the dub cast for Strike Witches and another announcement about upcoming announcements. Find out what happened after the jump!

First up is the dub cast for Strike Witches, though I’m not sure how many people who read this blog care:

Cherami Leigh as Yoshika Miyafuji
Kira Vincent-Davis as Mio Sakamoto
Stephanie Sheh as Gertrud Barkhorn
Jamie Marchi as Shirley Yeager
Trina Nishimura as Francesca Licchini
Luci Christian as Erica Hartmann
Kate Bristol as Lynnette Bishop
Jad Saxton as Perrine Clostermann
Jennifer Forrester as Sanya Litvyak
Caitlin Glass as Eila Juutilainen
Anastasia Munoz as Mina

You can hear the dub cast in action at FUNimation’s official Strike Witches site.

A few other DVD announcements were made during the online session, including a re-dubbed release of Initial D and Darker than Black in March 2010.

The most interesting tidbit from the session, though, was FUNimation’s year-end licensing blowout, which they’re calling the “2010 Roll-out Riot.” FUNimation isn’t tipping their hand on what will be named during the event, but said that there are going to be plenty of licensing announcements and added, “Know this: If it’s good or good AND proved popular in Japan, you can bet your sweet patooties that we want to license it in the U.S. of A.”

Any ideas on what they have hidden behind the curtain?

Source: FUNimation on Twitter

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