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High School DxD BorN (Dub) Episode 5

Bryn Apprill (born January 29, 1996)[1] is an American voice actress affiliated with Funimation. Her voice acting career began when she was a high school student in 2013,[3] and since then, she has been providing voices for a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime films and television series. She is often typecast as shy young girls due to her airy high-pitched voice. Some of her major roles include Krista Lenz / Historia Reiss in Attack on Titan, Kurumi in Hal, Kurumi Narumi in Mikagura School Suite, Kaede in The Boy and the Beast, Awaki Musujime in A Certain Magical Index, Himeko Momokino in Citrus, Hiyori Iki in Noragami, Kobeni Higashiyama in Chainsaw Man, Hikari Takanashi in Interviews with Monster Girls, Roka Shibasaki in D-Frag!, Sumireko Hanabusa in Riddle Story of Devil, Izumiko Suzuhara in Red Data Girl, Kotori Itsuka in Date A Live, Akane Sakurada in Castle Town Dandelion, Haruna in Kancolle: Kantai Collection, San Diego in Azur Lane, Honoka Tamarai in ReLIFE, Miku in Darling in the Franxx, Haruna Sairenji in the To Love Ru series, Yaya in Unbreakable Machine-Doll, Chocola in Nekopara, Mimosa Vermillion in Black Clover, and Cyan Hijirikawa in Show by Rock!!.

High School DxD BorN (Dub) Episode 5

High School DxD (Japanese: ハイスクールDD, Hepburn: Haisukūru Dī Dī) is a Japanese light novel series written by Ichiei Ishibumi and illustrated by Miyama-Zero. The story centers on Issei Hyodo, a perverted high school student from Kuoh Academy who desires to be a harem king and is killed by his first date, revealed to be a fallen angel, but is later revived as a devil by the red haired devil princess Rias Gremory to serve her and her devil family. Issei's deepening relationship with Rias proves dangerous to the angels, the fallen angels, and the devils. High School DxD began serialization in Fujimi Shobo's Dragon Magazine in its September 2008 issue. The first volume was released on September 20, 2008. A total of twenty five volumes is available in Japan as of March 2018 under their Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint. A manga adaptation by Hiroji Mishima began serialization in the July 2010 issue of Dragon Magazine and later in the March 2011 issue of Monthly Dragon Age with eleven volumes released. 041b061a72


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