Crunchyroll announced on their official website that they will be streaming Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury English dub on the platform starting Feb 5, 2023.
The cast and staff for Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury English dub were also revealed.
The cast includes:
- Jill Harris as Suletta
- Natalie Van Sistine as Miorine
- Elizabeth Maxwell as Prospera
- Bradley Gareth as Guel
- Aaron Dismuke as Elan
- Brittany Karbowski as Chuatury
- Bryn Apprill as Nika
- Alejandro Saab as Shaddiq
- Gabe Kunda as Delling
- Christopher R. Sabat as Vim
- Eric Vale as Nuno
- Nazeeh Tarsha as Lauda
- Sara Ragsdale as Lilique
- Kimberly Grace as Petra
- Alexis Tipton as Felsi
- Kristin Payne as Rouji
- Cassie Ewulu as Secilla
- Mike Smith as Sarius
- Ian Sinclair as Rajan
- Jerry Jewell as Haro
The staff includes:
- ADR Director: Jason Lord
- Assistant ADR Director: Aaron Roberts
- ADR Engineer: Noah Whitehead
- Assistant ADR Engineer: Coco Caesar
- Script Supervisors: Bonny Clinkenbeard, Jarrod Greene
- ADR Scriptwriter: Alex Mai
- ADR Prep: Olivia Harris
The first cour of Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From The Mercury anime started airing on Oct 2, 2022. It aired till Dec 2022, while the second cour will start airing in Apr 2023. The series is being animated at Bandai Namco Filmworks.
The ending theme is performed by Shiyui and is called “Kimi yo Kedakaku Are”. The opening theme for Mobile Suit Gunadam: The Witch From Mercury anime will be “Shukufuku” (“Blessing”) by YOASOBI.
The official website describes the premise of Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury as follows:
A.S. (Ad Stella) 122―
An era when a multitude of corporations have entered space and built a huge economic system.
A lone girl from the remote planet Mercury transfers to the Asticassia School of Technology,
run by the Beneritt Group which dominates the mobile suit industry.
Her name is Suletta Mercury.
With a scarlet light burning in her pure heart,
this girl walks step by step through a new world.
Gundam is a mecha media franchise created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Sunrise (now Bandai Namco Filmworks). The franchise features giant robots, or mecha, with the name “Gundam”. The franchise began on April 7, 1979, with Mobile Suit Gundam.
Since then, it has gone on to spawn an empire that includes 50 TV series, films and OVAs as well as manga, novels and video games, along with a whole industry of plastic model kits known as Gunpla which makes up 90 percent of the Japanese character plastic-model market.