Sentai Filmworks began streaming a trailer for its English dub of the Beyond the Boundary television anime on October 13.
Sentai Filmworks previously announced the English dub's full cast in September. The full dub cast, directed by Chris Ayres, is as follows:
- Clint Bickham as Akihito Kanbara
- Krystal LaPorte as Mirai Kuriyama
- Monica Rial as Mitsuki Nase
- Adam Gibbs as Hiroomi Nase
- Carli Mosier as Izumi Nase
- Houston Hayes as Miroku Fujima
- Amelia Fischer as Shizuku Ninomiya
- Molly Searcy as Ayaka Shindou
- Brittney Karbowski as Ai Shindou
- Caitlynn French as Sakura Inami
- Sara Ornelas as Yui Inami
- Luci Christian as Yayoi Kanbara
- John Swasey as Grandfather Nase
Chris Ayres, Johnny De La Cerda, Cara Duncan, Adam Gibbs, Scott Gibbs, Tiffany Grant, Lainee Hooks, Mark X Laskowski, Brent Marshall, Ronda Prasit, Shannon Reed, Gabriel Regojo, Allison Sumrall, and Tiffany Terrell are also credited for additional voices.
Sentai Filmworks will release Beyond the Boundary on DVD and Blu-ray on October 13. The series will also get a collector's edition Blu-ray and DVD combo pack that will include merchandise and the extra episode "Daybreak."
Sentai Filmworks describes the story:
They should never have met. They shouldn't even exist. But when they come together, the entire world will change. The last surviving member of her clan, Mirai Kuriyama is cursed with the terrifying ability to control and manipulate blood, a power so heretical that she is shunned even by those with the ability to understand her "gift". Akihito Kanbara is only half human, but while the monstrous other half of his lineage seems to have doomed him to a life alone, it has also given him near invulnerability in the form of rapid healing. Alone, their futures seem bleak, but when a chance encounter brings them together, it becomes clear that they share more than just an unexpected bond. Together they share a destiny and a mission that only the two of them together may be strong enough to survive.
The anime premiered in Japan in October 2013 and Crunchyroll streamed the anime into several countries as it aired.
Source: Beyond the Boundary's English-Dubbed Trailer Posted ANN News. --Hongqilim (talk) 07:19, October 31, 2015 (UTC)