Latest ‘D-Frag!’ Anime Dub Clip Gets The Men Motivated

Latest ‘D-Frag!’ Anime Dub Clip Gets The Men Motivated Gaming comedy anime series D-Frag! is continuing to get some solid promotion from FUNimation ahead of its release next week. This clip, clocking in at just over three minutes, really lets the silliness of the show stand out as the guys have to work together to get some peeping in that’s seemingly sanctioned. And they really do put their heads together in a big way… The series is set for release on April 28th, 2015 priced at $64.98 for the twelve episode set in a DVD/BD combo release.

The cast includes J. Michael Tatum as Ataru Kawahara, Whitney Rodgers as Chitose Karasuyama, Austin Tindle as Kenji Kazama, Caitlin Glass as Minami Ohsawa, Ian Sinclair as Nagayama, Bryn Apprill as Roka Shibasaki, Megan Shipman as Sakura Mizukami, Josh Grelle as Yokoshima, J. Michael Tatum as Young Ataru, Austin Tindle as Young Kazama, Morgan Garrett as Tsutsumi Inada and Tia Ballard as Takao.

Special features for the release include Actor Commentaries, Pre-Air TV Commercials, The New DVD/BD Cheer, The New DVD/BD Cheer (Funabori Version), A Commercial within a Commercial, Mobile Rally Commercial, Textless Opening Song “Stalemate!”, Textless Opening Song “Minna no Namae wo Irete Kudasai”, Promotional Video, Trailers

The series is part of the push from Media Factory to get more of their works adapted into anime and they worked with Brains Base for this one. Based on the manga by Tomoya Haruno that began in 2008 in Comic Alive, the series is directed by Seiki Sugawara, who has worked largely as an episode director for a few different shows, and based on the scripts by Makoto Uezu. Seven Seas Entertainment is releasing the manga in North America with the fourth volume out last month and the fifth scheduled for June. The ongoing manga has nine volumes out so far in Japan.

Plot concept: Kenji likes to think that he and his gang of friends are the bad boys of their school. That is, until he meets the four insane girls of a game making club whose personalities are all super weird (and a little on the violent side). When Kenji’s forced to join their little group, his life quickly takes a turn for the outrageous.