The Ace Attorney anime is one of my most beloved pieces of art I’ve seen in quite some time. Some people think that it’s bad because of a few stylistic choices and story cuts (Because we really needed Case 1 from Justice for All apparently). But regardless, fans of the anime will be happy to know that Funimation will be making a dubbed version for America.
Funimation will be releasing the first Blu-ray Disc/DVD home video combo pack for the Ace Attorney anime on January 23. Ahead of that, the official cast for the dubbed version has been announced.
Here’s the lineup with the most important picks for the voice cast.
- Eric Vale as Phoenix Wright
- Lindsay Seidel as Maya Fey
- Christopher Wehkamp as Miles Edgeworth
- Josh Martin as Larry Butz
- Bryan Massey as Dick Gumshoe
- Colleen Clinkenbeard as Mia Fey
- Kent Williams as Judge
- Jeannie Tirado as April May
- Kara Edwards as Cody Hackins
- Janelle Lutz as Dee Vasquez
- Anthony Bowling as Gregory Edgeworth
- Jessica Peterson as Franziska Von Karma
- Philip Annarella as Jack Hammer
- Bill Jenkins as Manfred von Karma
- Blake Shepard as Robert Hammond
- Whitney Rodgers as Lotta Hart
- Phil Parsons as Marvin Grossberg
- Terri Doty as Misty Fey
- Anastasia Munoz as Wendy Oldbag
- Gregory Lush as Winston Payne
- Chris Rager as Will Powers
- Larry Brantley as Redd White
- Ben Phillips as Frank Sahwit
- Tyler Walker as Sal Manella
- R Bruce Elliott as Yanni Yogi
- Jill Harris as Phoenix Wright (Young)
- Apphia Yu as Miles Edgeworth (Young)
- Steph Garrett as Larry Butz (Young)
- Greg Dulcie as Narrator
I mean, let’s have Trunks voicing Phoenix Wright and Neith from Smite as Maya Fey. Why not? It could work! Maybe? I don’t know. The cast in and of itself seems to be alright, we just have to see how well it performs. Although, I’m rather used to hearing Ben Judd as Wright already.