Trigun Stampede Reveals English Dub Voice Cast

Trigun Stampede English Dub Vash

Trigun Stampede English Dub Vash

After Trigun Stampede’s premiere earlier this month, the show’s English dub finally aired its first episode recently. Along with its release, the Trigun Stampede main English dub voice cast has been revealed.

Crunchyroll recently revealed the show’s main dub cast ahead of the first episode’s premiere. This means the English dub is behind the Japanese version by just two episodes.

Crunchyroll Brings Back Original Vash VA

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While some older English dubs are considered bad or cringy by some anime fans, the original Trigun anime is renowned for its memorable dub.

Because of this, many fans were delighted when Johnny Yong Bosch, the original English voice actor for Vash, was once again cast as Vash the Stampede in the new Trigun series.

This means fans of the original can hear Vash’s iconic English voice actor in the dub.

Although Bosch returns for the new anime, the rest of the cast features new voice actors.

There are also other major differences between the OG Trigun and Stampede.

For instance, the new show uses CG animation, plus it has a different story.

Some characters from the original, such as Milly Thompson, are also not in the new anime.

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Trigun Stampede English Dub Cast List

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While Bosch's return is the highlight of the new show’s dub, the rest of the cast are no slouches.

The cast features a range of voice actors who have played several popular anime roles over the past years.

Here is the full main cast of the Trigun Stampede English dub:

  • Johnny Yong Bosch (Ichigo in Bleach) as Vash the Stampede
  • Sarah Roach (Maki in Fire Force) as Meryl Stryfe
  • Ben Bryant (Sekijiro in My Hero Academia) as Roberto De Niro
  • Austin Tindle (Yu Ishigami in Kaguya-sama: Love Is War) as Millions Knives
  • Kristen McGuire (Milim in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime) as Young Vash
  • Megan Shipman (Anya Forger in Spy x Family) as Young Knives
  • Emily Fajardo (Tae Ohto in Wonder Egg Priority) as Rem Saverem

Trigun Stampede episodes are released every Saturday on Crunchyroll in the US and other territories. It is also available on other platforms such as Hulu.

Unlike other anime on the platform, Trigun Stampede is streaming in more regions on Crunchyroll, including the Philippines, Singapore, India, Pakistan, Bhutan, and others

The Japanese language version is going to air its fourth episode this Saturday, January 28. Meanwhile, Episode 2 of the English dub will also be streamed on Crunchyroll on January 28.

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