Crunchyroll Shares English Dub Cast for Vinland Saga Season 2

Vinland Saga returned to our screens after more than three years of complete absence. It ignited a new spark of excitement in its fans, who had lost all hopes of its return and even delivered on their expectations with the premiere.

The only ones who still hadn’t experienced the thrill of season 2 were the dub watchers, but as usual, Crunchyroll has taken care of it.

Crunchyroll has confirmed that it will stream English-dub episodes for Vinland Saga season 2 from today.

The show’s subtitled version in Japanese premiered on January 10; since then, three episodes have come out, with the third one premiering today. Given that, the dubbed version will lag behind the subtitled one by two episodes.

In addition to this, Crunchyroll also shared the top-notch dub cast for the anime, and they are as follows:

CharacterCastOther Works
ThorfinnMike HaimotoKai Asahikawa (Tribe Nine)
CanuteJosh GrelleArmin Arlet (Attack on Titan)
EinarIan SinclairBardroy (Black Butler)
EmmaWendy PowellEnvy (Fullmetal Alchemist)
KetilDoug JacksonKotetsu Serizawa (Star Blazers 2199)
LeifJohn SwaseySenzaemon Nakiri (Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma)
LottaMarisa DuranLou/Louise (Shadows House)
NarratorKent WilliamsSupreme Kai / Kibito Kai (Dragon Ball Super)

Only the cast for Thorfinn and Canute are returning to play their part from season 1, as everyone else from the previous arc is dead. I’m pretty sure this season won’t be any different, so when you get attached to a character, remember that they might not make it to the end.

All the other characters are new and completely ready to be traumatized by everything that’s waiting for them.

Keeping the dark jokes aside, Vinland Saga is a great anime you should watch if you’re into stuff like AOT.

As I mentioned earlier, the subtitled version is already out, and if you’re new to the fandom, you should hurry and catch up.

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About Vinland Saga

Vinland Saga is a Japanese historical manga series written and illustrated by Makoto Yukimura. The series is published under Kodansha in its monthly manga magazine – Monthly Afternoon – aimed at young adult men. It currently has 26 volumes in tankōbon format.

Vinland Saga is set in ancient Viking times, where a young Thorfinn’s life goes astray when his father Thors – a well-known retired warrior – is killed while on a journey.

Thorfinn then finds himself under the jurisdiction of his enemy – his father’s killer – and hopes to seek revenge on him when he grows stronger. The anime is loosely based on the expedition of Thorfinn Karlsefni in his search for Vinland.

Source: Crunchyroll


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