It’s a big day for Crunchy-O-Meter, as the Japanese entertainment company’s official dub schedule officially hits the internet for the first time.
Crunchyroll is known for releasing original dubs to anime, and today it will be releasing three new dubs that are currently streaming on Crunchystream.
The first is a dub for Naruto Shippuden dubbed by the legendary director Atsushi Inoue, and it is being offered to CrunchyStream users in Japan.
The second is a dubbed Naruto Shounen dubbed by Akitoshi Yamagishi and Shueisha editor in chief Hideki Wada.
Crunchy is offering a Japanese version of Naruto Shoutarou dubbed by Masashi Kishimoto and producer Masaaki Yuu as well as a dub of the Naruto manga by Hiro Mashima.
The third is a Japanese dub of Boruto dubbed by Shinkai Masa, who also worked on the Naruto anime.
The Naruto manga and Naruto anime are the property of Shueis manga imprint.
Crunch is offering the Naruto series as it was originally intended.
Here is a list of the dubs available for Crunchstream:The Naruto series is being dubbed by Atsuhiro Inoueguchi, and the Naruto Shimono no Boruto (Naruto’s first anime) is being done by Shueishin (the producer behind Boruto: Naruto Next Generations) and Masaaka Yuu.
The Boruto series is also being done and produced by Masaoka Yuu, Hiro Mashii, and Hideki Yuki.
The Naruto Shoujo no Borutosuden (Narutos second anime) will be done by Hideki, Hiro, and Masaya Yuu and will be dubbed by Yuu himself.
The latest Boruto Shounan (NarUTos third anime) anime will be called Naruto Shinsengumi, which is being produced by Yoshikazu Ishikawa.
The Boruto manga will be being translated by Masaya.
The Bleach anime series will be handled by Daisuke Nakamura and the Bleach anime is being handled by Hiro, Masa.
The Dragon Ball Z series will have its Japanese voice cast handled by Aya Suzukaze.
The Dragon Ball series is not being done in English, but will be localized by Masayoshi Saito and produced and directed by Masafumi Tanaka.
The manga will also be translated by Daisei Yokoi.
The series is set to premiere in Japan on October 8.
This post has been updated to include a link to Crunchstream’s CrunchyDB.