Sentai Filmworks unveiled on Wednesday English dub cast for Wasteful Days of High School Girls, the TV anime of Bino’s Wasteful Days of High School Girl (Joshi Kōsei no Mudazukai) manga. The production house began streaming an English dub video clip:
Wasteful Days of High School Girls: The Cast
- Elissa Cuellar as Baka
- Luci Christian as Wota
- Genevieve Simmons as Robo
- Hilary Haag as Loli
- Kira Vincent-Davis as Majime
- Maggie Flecknoe as Yamai
- Skyler Sinclair as Lily
- Christina Kelly as Majo
- Scott Gibbs as Waseda
- Blake Shepard as Hanamaru
- Shelley Calene-Black as Grandma
- Gareth West as Aoyama
- Christie Guidry as Erika
- Taylor Fono as Fujiwara
- Andrew Love as Gotsumori/Peanuts-P
- Mark X Laskowski as Hair Stylist
- Patricia Duran as Harajuku/Yamai’s Mom
- Chaney Moore as Kohaku
- Avery Smithhart as Maho/Mikami/Sakuya
- Christine Auten as Majime’s Mom
- Olivia Swasey as Pig/Shiikyon
- Blake Weir as Suzuki
- Adam Gibbs as Takahashi
- Mike Haimoto as Takuto
- Natalie Rial as Usami
- Allison Sumrall as Wanta
- Ry McKeand as Yuuki
The cast also includes Courtland Johnson, Dee Vera, Heath Morrow, Joe Daniels, Mai Le, Monica Rial, Savanna Menzel, and Sheri Oster.
John Swasey is that the English dub’s director and Jonathan Rodriguez is that the audio engineer. Ricardo Contreras is handling a people mix.
Wasteful Days of High School Girls: The Story
Sentai Filmworks licensed the anime and streamed it on HIDIVE because it aired in Japan. The corporate will release the anime on Blu-ray Disc with land dub on September 22. Sentai Filmworks describes the story:
Bored in some unspecified time in the future, Tanaka gives her friends some rather quirky nicknames, but they are not visiting take her unflattering descriptions lying down. Sakuchi (saddled with “Wota” thanks to her otaku tendencies) and Saginomiya (dubbed “Robo” due to her deadpan personality) conceive to call Tanaka “Baka” — which should offer you a reasonably good idea of the shenanigans these whacky girls rise to. They’re young, they’re ridiculous and they can waste away their days as high school girls!
The manga inspired a live-action series adaptation that premiered on TV Asahi in January.
Bino serializes the manga in Comic Newtype, Nico Nico Seiga, and Pixiv Comic. Kadokawa published the manga’s seventh compiled book volume in January.
Source: Sentai Filmworks
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