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Critical Role's Matt Mercer Returns to 'One Piece Film Red' US Cast, Tickets on Sale Now

New York Comic Con has been overtaken by One Piece artwork and announcements, as the full US Cast for the upcoming film is announced.


Anime streaming giant Crunchyroll has filled New York Comic Con with news surrounding the upcoming US release of the highly anticipated One Piece Film Red, set to hit theaters on Nov. 4. Shortly after Times Square in New York was saturated with the new poster and release date, Crunchyroll announced the full US voice cast to eager Comic Con attendees. Here's the full list:

- Monkey D. Luffy voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard Carroll
- Gordon voiced by Jim Foronda
- Shanks voiced by Brandon Potter
- Koby voiced by Micah Solusod
- Bartolomeo voiced by Tyson Rinehart
- Usopp voiced by Sonny Strait
- Nami voiced by Luci Christian
- Law voiced by Matt Mercer
- Sanji voiced by Eric Vale
- Chopper voiced by Brina Palencia
- Roronoa Zoro voiced by Christopher R. Sabat
- Brook voiced by Ian Sinclair
- Robin voiced by Stephanie Young
- Brulee voiced by Rachel Robinson
- Oven voiced by Jason Marnocha

One Piece fans will note a number of familiar names in the cast from previous US One Piece dubs, including Critical Role DM Matt Mercer as Trafalgar Law in the film. International audiences have already offered rave reviews for One Piece Film Red, causing Crunchyroll to ramp up hype for the New Zealand, Australia, and US releases of the film in November. Tickets for One Piece Film Red hit Fandango just before Comic Con opened on Thursday, and are still available in most theaters right now.