Dungeon People Adds 4 New Voice Cast Members & Side Characters

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© Sui Hutami/​Futabasha Publishers Ltd, “Dungeon People”Production Committee2024

Four new cast members have been added as additional characters for the upcoming Dungeon People TV anime series, which is scheduled to premiere in July 2024

The newly announced additional cast members include: 

  • • Naomi Kusumi as Ran​gard 
  • • Nobuo Tobita as Predecessor 
  • • Hochu Otsuka as Renf​ring​e 
  • • M.A.O as Fu​rin 

They join a main cast that stars Sayaka Senbongi as Clay and Sayumi Suzushiro as Bell. 

Sayaka Yamai (Life With an Ordinary Guy Who Reincarnated Into a Total Fantasy Knockout) is directing the anime series, with Toshimitsu Takeuchi (Life With an Ordinary Guy Who Reincarnated Into a Total Fantasy Knockout) as series screenwriter and Yumi Nakayama (ODDTAXI co-character designer) as character designer. OLM is handling the main animation production company for the series. 

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© Sui Hutami/​Futabasha Publishers Ltd, “Dungeon People”Production Committee2024

The anime is based on the fantasy web manga by Sui Hutami, which was launched on Futabasha’s Web Comic Action website on June 19, 2020. Four tankobon volumes have been released as of August 2023. 

Seven Seas Entertainment is releasing the Dungeon People manga in English, describing the main synopsis as:

Searching for her lost father in a fantasy dungeon, master thief Clay meets the dungeon’s caretaker to learn its secrets in this intriguing new manga.

An unexplored dungeon, filled with monsters and traps. An expert thief, searching for her lost father. When Clay delves into the dungeon deeper than any adventurer has ever gone, she is offered a job by the dungeon’s caretaker! Now, instead of exploring, Clay must learn how to interview new monsters, set traps and position slimes around the dungeon. Will this new career path bring her any closer to finding her father?

Source: Dungeon People Official Twitter, Official Anime Website

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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