During the VIZ Media’s Sailor Moon panel that was held on Saturday at Anime Central, they have revealed more cast members for the home video release of the classic Sailor Moon Sailor Stars anime. The anime originally aired in Japan from 1996 to 1997 with a total of 34 episodes.
Corina Boettger will be voice Sailor Tin Nyanko, Faye Mata as Sailor Aluminum Siren, Katie Leigh as Sailor Iron Mouse, and Andi Rich as Sailor Lead Crow. VIZ also released a video about the show’s English dub.
Note: The video can only be accessed in the United States
VIZ Media previous revealed that Stephanie Sheh will be voicing Chibi-Chibi, Melissa Hutchison as Sailor Star Fighter, Erika Harlacher as Sailor Star Maker, Sarah Williams as Sailor Star Healer, and Carrie Keranen as Sailor Galaxia.
This is the first time in years that the Sailor Stars anime will be released on home video and in English dub. The anime series is the fifth and final season of the classic Sailor Moon anime. The first part of the home video release (which composes of 17 episodes) will be released on June 18 in North America.
The release of the Sailor Stars home video will have a limited edition Blu-ray Disc/DVD combo, a standard Blu-Ray Disc/DVD combo pack, and a standard DVD release. Those who will purchase the limited-edition set will have a collector’s chipboard box and a full-color episode guide inside.
Source: Anime News Network
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