Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (遊☆戯☆王5D's（ファイブディーズ）Yūgiō Faibu Dīzu) is a Japanese anime series, a continuation of the Yu-Gi-Oh! series, created by Naoyuki Kageyama and Kazuki Takahashi, produced by Studio Gallop. The series began airing in the United States on The CW4Kids block from September 13, 2008 to September 10, 2011, though several episodes were left unaired.
|Yusei Fudo||Yuya Miyashita||Greg Abbey|
|Jack Atlas||Takanori Hoshino||Ted Lewis|
|Crow Hogan||Shintarō Asanuma||Christopher C. Adams|
|Akiza Izinski||Ayumi Kinoshita||Erica Schroeder|
|Luna||Yuka Terasaki||Cassandra Lee Morris|
|Leo||Ai Horanai||Cassandra Lee Morris|
|Rex Goodwin||Shinya Kote||Murray Thom|
|Lazar||Tetsuya Yanagihara||Gary Mack|
|Tetsu Trudge||Kōji Ochiai||Dan Green|
|Roman Goodwin||Taketora||Marc Thompson|
|Kalin Kessler||Yūki Ono||Marc Diraison|
|Carly Carmine||Li-Mei Chiang
|Devack||Kenji Nomura||Scottie Ray|
|Misty Tredwell||Junko Minagawa||Carrie Keranen|
|Greiger||Keiji Hirai||Sean Schemmel|
|Sayer||Masaya Matsukaze||Marc Thompson|
|Rally Dawson||Mika Itō||Erica Schroeder|
|Nervin||Takahiro Hirano||Tom Wayland|
|Tank||Tomohiro Oomura||David Wills|
|Blitz||Kensuke Fujita||Jamie McGonnigal|
|Tenzen Yanagi||Bunmei Tobayama||Marc Thompson|
|Bolt Tanner||Taiten Kusunoki||Wayne Grayson|
|Blister||Hidenobu Kiuchi||Tom Wayland|
|Mina Simington||Aiko Aihashi||Carrie Keranen|
|Dexter||Kokoro Kikuchi||Bryan Fenkart|
|Aero||Shinya Iida||Anthony Salerno|
|Commander Koda||Tarusuke Shingaki||Marc Diraison|
|Angela Raines||Chieko Higuchi||Kether Donohue|
|MC||Bernard Ackah||Sean Schemmel|
|Mr. Armstrong||Kōji Ishii||David Wills|
|Duel Runner Computer||¿?||Erica Schroeder|
- 4Kids left several episodes of the series undubbed, also skipping various episodes, namely Episodes 111-122, and 130 before abandoning the dub due to low ratings, pressure to air Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, and an ongoing lawsuit from TV Tokyo and NAS.
- Cassandra Lee Morris was replaced with Eileen Stevens as both Luna and Leo due to Morris moving to Los Angeles.
- Rex Goodwin's role was previously misattributed to both Maddie Blaustein and Oliver Wyman (as a replacement following the latters death) despite there being no noticeable difference in the voice. Wyman would later erroneously claim that this was accurate but that he only served as a replacement briefly before being replaced himself. Rex Goodwin's voice actor was later credited to Murray Thom in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links.
|New Video Group||2015||Episodes 1-97||1
- Oliver Wyman on Twitter. Retrieved Dec. 5, 2019.