The first 2 dubbed episodes have started airing
Crunchyroll announced on Monday that it has started broadcasting an English double for the original anime strange taxi. The company began airing the first two dubbed episodes on Monday. Two new dubbed episodes will launch every Monday until March 21, when the final three episodes will air.
Bill Millsap lead it double. The cast includes:
the double was originally slated for release on January 16.
The anime premiered in Japan in April 2021 and aired for 13 episodes. Crunchyroll streamed the anime in the West.
The story follows Odokawa, an eccentric and reluctant 41-year-old taxi driver who has no parents and little to do with other people. He has conversations with his clients, including a student who wants to go viral, a nurse hiding a secret, a failed comedian, a street rough and a rising idol. These conversations lead him to a girl who has disappeared.
manga creator Kadzuya Konomoto (Seto Utsumi) wrote the anime. Baku Kinoshita directed the anime with Norio Nitta as deputy director. Kinoshita and Hiromi Nakayama designed the characters. Kohei Yoshida was the recording manager at pony canyon Business. PUNPEE GoGo OMSB were in charge of the music, and pony canyon was in charge of music production with the collaboration of Summit, Inc. PICTURES and OLM produces the anime. PICTURES was also credited for original work and planning. Skirt (singer-songwriter Wataru Sawabasolo project) and rapper/DJ PUNPEE performed the show’s opening theme song “Odd Taxi” and Suzuko Mimori performed the ending theme song “Sugarless Kiss”.
Eiga Odd Taxi: in the woodsthe anime’s draft film will premiere in Japan on April 1. The main cast and staff of the TV anime are returning, and ASMIC Ace distributes. Crunchyroll will show the film.
The movie is a “reconstruction” of the TV anime episodes, but it also depicts what happens after the TV anime’s finale.
Takeichi Abaraya and Konomoto launched a manga adaptation of the anime in January 2021 on ShogakukanSuperior Dalpana’s digital manga label.
Source: Crunchyroll (Kyle Cardine)