Aniplex of America announced the English cast for the Aldnoah.Zero anime during the company’s A-Kon 2015 panel.
The cast includes:
- Max Mittelman is Inaho Kaizuka
- Zach Aguilar is Slaine Troyard
- Erika Harlacher is Asseylum Vers Allusia
- Cristina Vee is Rayet Areash
- Erica Mendez is Inko Amifumi
- Bryce Papenbrook is Calm Craftman
- Christine Marie Cabanos is Nina Klein
- Bobby Thong is Okisuke Mikuni
- Erica Lindbeck is Yuki Kaizuka
- Matt Mercer is Koichiro Marito
- Ethan Murray is Soma Yagarai
- Julie Ann Taylor is Darzana Magbaredge
- Trina Loo is Kaoru Mizusaki
- Sandy Fox is Eddelrittuo
- Lex Lang is Cruhteo
- Kirk Thornton is Saazbaum
- Todd Haberkorn is Trillram
- Patrick Seitz is Vlad
- Kyle McCarley is Kisaki Matsuribi
- Lucien Dodge is Yutaro Tsumugi
- Alan Lee is Shigo Kakei
- Carrie Keranen is Femieanne
- Ben Diskin is John Humeray
- Mela Lee is Orlane
- Geoffrey Chalmers is Rayregalia Vers Rayvers
Aniplex of America will host an English premiere event at Anime Expo 2015. The company will show the first three episodes and host a Q&A event with voice actors Max Mittelman, Zach Aguilar, and Erika Harlacher. Aniplex of America and Bang Zoom! Entertainment will also hold open auditions for additional cast members at Anime Expo. Aniplex of America noted that Aguilar and Mittelman were previous participants of the open auditions event.
The two companies will also host an Open Auditions Kick-off Panel at Anime Expo on July 2, 2015 to announce another title from Aniplex of America that will be getting an English version, and attendees can also audition for that title as well as Aldnoah.Zero.
Aniplex of America will release the first 12-episode season on both Blu-ray Disc and DVD in two sets. The sets will include Japanese and English audio with English and Spanish subtitles. The first set will be released on July 21, 2015, and the second set on October 27, 2015. Pre-orders for both volumes start on June 8, 2015.
The first limited edition Blu-ray Disc set of Aldnoah.Zero will include the textless opening, promotional videos and TV ads, the “Count to A/Z” interview program with the cast and staff, a 36-page “Character Archives” booklet, collectable pin-ups, and a box illustration by mecha designer I-IV. The limited edition will retail for US$94.98, but the store price will be US$74.98. The DVD will include the same video extras, and will retail for US$39.98, but the store price will be US$29.98.
The second limited edition Blu-ray Disc set will include the textless endings, the English version trailer, a 36-page “Mecha Archives” booklet, collectable pin-ups, and a box illustration by mecha designer I-IV. The limited edition will retail for US$94.98, but the store price will be US$74.98. The DVD will include the same video extras, and will retail for US$39.98, but the store price will be US$29.98.