Gundam’s official YouTube channel has been streaming the first seven minutes of the Gundam: The Origin OVA’s second episode, ‘Artesia’s Sorrow’, since Sunday. Available with an English dub and in Japanese with English subs, the preview recaps the events of the first episode, ‘Blue-Eyed Casval’, before the second episode begins.

English dubbed

Japanese, English subbed

You can watch the English dubbed and subbed trailers for ‘Artesia’s Sorrow’, released by Sunrise in March and July this year, below:

Dubbed

Subbed

The official English website also announced the English dub cast in September. The new cast members include:

David Vincent as Gaia

Doug Erholtz as Ortega

Tom Wayland as Mash

Fryda Wolff as Amuro Ray and Mirai Yashima

Ben Diskin as Char Aznable


And the cast members reprising their roles from the first episode are as follows:

Keith Silverstein as Edward Mass / Casval Rem Deikun

Maggie O’Connor as Sayla Mass / Artesia Som Deikun

Marc Thompson as Degwin Sodo Zabi

Liam O’Brien as Gihren Zabi

Bob Johnson as Dozle Zabi

Wendee Lee as Kycilia Zabi

Kirk Thornton as Ramba Ral

Amanda Shuckman as Crowley Hamon

Doug Stone as Jimba Ral

Veronica Taylor as Astraia Tor Deikun

Running in 15 cinemas in Japan for two weeks starting October 31st, the episode’s Japanese cast and crew will mostly be returning from the first episode, though Nana Harada will replace Ichiro Itano and Kiyoshi Egami as unit director. Shuuichi Ikeda and Megumi Han will reprise their roles as Edward Mass, who was formerly Casval Rem Deikun and later becomes known as Char Aznable, and Sayla Mass, who was formerly Artesia Som Deikun. The new cast includes:

Ayumi Fujimura as Mirai Yashima

Tohru Furuya as Amuro Ray, reprising the role from other Gundam series

Toshihiko Seki as Char Aznable

The second episode’s story shifts ahead three years, to U.C. 0071, and will follow the separation of brother and sister Casval and Artesia, before they were known as Char and Sayla.

The first episode, ‘Blue-Eyed Casval’, had a limited release in Japanese cinemas on February 28th. On the same day, Anime Consortium Japan began streaming the episode with an English dub and subs on Daisuki. The first and second episodes are soon to be screened together in the UK, as part of the MCM Loves Anime event in London on October 24th.

Source: Anime News Network

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