‘Attack On Titan’ Licensed By FUNimation




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by Lindo Korchi | staff writer

Attack On Titan!

Attack On Titan!

It doesn’t come as a surprise that Attack on Titan would be licensed, dubbed, and released in America. However, who would have guessed that an official license for the series would be confirmed this quickly?

AoT started broadcasting in Japan on April 6, 2013. While the series consists of 25 episodes, it’s currently ongoing. Yet, in less than 2 months from its official broadcast, FUNimation announced that they’ve licensed the home video rights for AoT and plans to release it sometime next year.

It didn’t take long for AoT to grab the attention of FUNimation. Fortunately for them, they responded quickly enough in order to start licensing it and putting plans into motion. This also gives them time to host auditions and choose voice actors for the series.

Speaking of, who would you like to see (hear) voice Eren Jaeger, Mikasa, and even Potato Girl? Maybe voice actors Crispin Freeman, Chris Sabat, and Kate Higgins? Let us know!

[Via Crunchyroll]

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95 Responses to “‘Attack On Titan’ Licensed By FUNimation”

  1. Alukipz says:

    Lowenthal could possibly pull it off. Then again, i don’t think I’d be able to take him seriously.
    Crispin Freeman is more soft and scary or badass baritone. Don’t think he could do it.
    Todd Haberkorn might not fit the bill well enough either.
    Damn it’s a tough call

  2. Rut says:

    above the show pokemon is not gray yet it let me play (its got a line thrugoh the play button) does this mean the show is not fixed? I was just wondering sorry if im being a bother by asking. iAnime is THE number one best site ever!! Thank you so much for taking your own time to keep all of us happy. Also recently i came across a decent sorce for some material you guys might want so i could be of some use to you.

  3. Connie says:

    For the people who are using this as reference,

    Eren Jaeger is to be voiced by Bryce Papenbrook.