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Bubblegum Crisis would not be possible without the work of some very special people. Out actors bring the characters to life with depth, dedication and verve. As the director of the series, I'd like to personally thank the for all thier hard work.
-Devin Cox

Arc One - Blades

Written and directed by: Devin Cox

Vocal Credits:

Dylan Spencer as the Narrator
Taylor Carlson as Priss
Kristyn Yearington as Celia Stingray
Lindsey Steindler as Nene Romanova
Edwyn Tiong as Brian J. Mason
Jen Rhodes as Kate Madigan
Rina Adachi as Lena Yamazaki
Mike Dent as Mackie Stingray
Chris Walker as Henderson
Christoper Stadther as Leon McNichol
Eric Olp as Daley Wong, Richard Decker, and Hermes
Devlin James as Quincy Rosenkroitz
Michael Valenzuela as Thomas Flint
Carl Gosline as the airport and Cybergenics techs
Kuchiki Huda as Mason's secretary and Naoko Tanaka

Arc Two - Tinsel City Blues

Written and directed by: Devin Cox

Vocal Credits:

Dylan Spencer as the Narrator
Taylor Carlson as Priss
Kristyn Mass as Celia Stingray
Lindsey Steindler as Nene Romanova
Edwyn Tiong as Brian J. Mason
Rina Adachi as Lena Yamazaki
Mike Dent as Mackie Stingray
Chris Walker as Henderson
Christoper Stadther as Leon McNichol
Eric Olp as Daley Wong, and Richard Decker
Devlin James as Quincy Rosenkroitz
Nathan P. Butler as Gene Stanley
Tanya Milojevic as Irene Chang and Amanda
Alex Gilmour as Kenneth Rhodes
Will Knavison as the Genom Spokesman and Mike Newcastle
Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Sylvie and Reika Chang
Carl Gosline as the Casting Director.
Chase Johnson as Eric Yamada and the Tin Man

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