Yen Audio Announces Narrators for Upcoming Yen Audiobook Titles – The Outerhaven

Following the November 2021 announcement of Yen Audio’s upcoming releases at Anime NYC, Yen Press, LLC has announced the narrators for these new audiobook adaptations of the beloved light novel series.

Spice and Wolf Vol. 1 will be narrated by J. Michael Tatum. J. Michael Tatum is an actor, writer, ADR director and adaptive screenwriter. Nourished by anime classics, Tatum has lent his voice to several popular anime franchises over the years. After being cast as Rikichi in 2005 Samurai 7Tatum was able to achieve a multitude of dream roles, including Kyoya Ootori in Ouran High School Host Clubsuave, demonic Sebastian Michaelis in black butlerFrance in the Hetalia franchise, Tomoe in Kiss Kamisamaand the maniacal and vulnerable equal parts Rintarou Okabe of Steins;Door. Recently, it can be heard in the epic my hero academia like Tenya Iida. More relevantly, he also played Kraft Lawrence in the 2009 animated adaptation of Spice and wolf. the Spice and Wolf Vol. 1 The audiobook is set to be released on March 15, 2022.

Fans of the iconic light novel series are sure to be thrilled with this cast, especially on the heels of creator Isuna Hasekura’s recent announcement of a new spice and wolf anime after nearly thirteen years since the airing of Spice and Wolf Season 2.

So I’m a spider, so what! Flight. 1 will be narrated by Caitlin Kelly. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Caitlin Kelly got her start in voice acting in Tokyo, Japan. She fell in love with narrating audiobooks in New York. She has recorded over 250 tracks and earned Earphone Award, SOVAS and Audie nominations for her work. Kelly enjoys working in all genres but usually finds herself in fantasy worlds, including narrating Holly Black’s Air people series. Caitlin currently lives in Tokyo with her husband and daughter. the So I’m a spider, so what! Vol.1 The audiobook is set to be released on April 12, 2022.

Rascal Doesn’t Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Vol. 1 will be narrated by Andrew Grace. Andrew Grace is a multiracial SAG-AFTRA actor based in Los Angeles. He recently wrapped work on an upcoming series for Showtime and another for The CW. He lent his voice to The summit of the gods and The journalist on Netflix, along with other exciting projects premiering mid-2022. On stage, he played the lead role in Cupid and the end of love, his original play, which ran for over six months, including at the Hollywood Fringe Festival (2019). Grace can also be seen in numerous advertisements for brands such as Apple, Verizon and Intel. In her spare time, Grace enjoys writing independent plays and folk records, and taking abstract photography. Rascal Doesn’t Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Vol. 1 is scheduled for June 14, 2022.

spice and wolf

Story of Isuna Hasekura

The life of a peddler is a lonely life, a fact Kraft Lawrence knows well. Wandering from town to town with just his horse, cart, and all the goods that came his way, the pedlar pretty much settled into his routine, that is, until one night Lawrence finds a goddess- wolf asleep in his cart. Taking the form of a fetch girl with wolf ears and a tail, Holo has grown weary of tending crops in the countryside and strikes a deal with the merchant to lend him the ruse of “Holo the Wise Wolf. to increase his profits in exchange for taking him on his travels. What kind of businessman could refuse such an offer? Lawrence soon learns, however, that having an ancient goddess as a traveling companion can be a bit of a mixed blessing. Will this wolf prove too wild to be tamed?

So I’m a spider, so what!

Story of Okina Baba and Tsukasa Kiryu

I used to be a normal high school girl, but in the blink of an eye, I woke up in a place I’d never seen before and… and I was resurrected as a spider? ! How could something that’s nothing more than a little spider (that’s me) survive the worst dungeon ever? There are no rules ? There should be rules! Who the hell is responsible for this? SHOW YOUR FACE!

Rascal doesn’t dream of Bunny Girl Senpai

History of Hajime Kamoshida

The Bunny Girls don’t live in libraries. It’s just common sense. And yet, that’s exactly where Sakuta finds one in the wild. Most puzzling is who the bunny girl is: Mai Sakurajima, a girl one year older than Sakuta, famous at their school for her acting career even though she is currently on hiatus. To top it off, it seems like no one else in the library can see Mai at all, no matter what she’s doing or…wearing. Wanting to learn more about this mystery and maybe get a little closer to this handsome upperclassman, Sakuta launches an investigation to find out why an unforgettable bunny girl keeps going completely invisible.

Source: press release

Freeda S. Scott