Lupin the 3rd: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine (LUPIN the Third -峰不二子という女- Rupan za Saado Mine Fujiko to Iu Onna) is a 2012 Japanese anime series based on Monkey Punch's Lupin III manga. Produced by TMS Entertainment and Po10tial, it aired on NTV from April 4, 2012 to June 27, 2012.
It focuses on the franchise's heroine, Fujiko Mine, as she undergoes various missions and encounters the rest of the Lupin III cast for the first time. It is also the only installment in the franchise to be directed by a woman and the first in which Lupin is not the protagonist.
|Fujiko Mine||Miyuki Sawashiro||Michelle Ruff|
|Arsène Lupin III||Kanichi Kurita||Sonny Strait|
|Daisuke Jigen||Kiyoshi Kobayashi||Christopher Sabat|
|Goemon Ishikawa XIII||Daisuke Namikawa||Mike McFarland|
|Inspector Koichi Zenigata||Kōichi Yamadera||Richard Epcar|
|Lieutenant Oscar||Yūki Kaji||Josh Grelle|
|Count Luis Yu Almeida||Kanji Furutachi||Bill Jenkins|
|Owl Head||Katsumi Chō||Kent Williams|
|Dr. Fritz Kaiser||Binbin Takaoka||Jerry Russell|
|Aisha||Sanae Kobayashi||Stephanie Sheh|
- Christopher Bevins - Penne
- Bruce Carey - President
- Bob Carter - Maccheroni
- Leah Clark - Angelica
- R. Bruce Elliott - Georg Trunk
- Juli Erickson - Aisha's Mother
- Caitlin Glass - Aiyan Meyer / Kaleidoscope Woman
- Doug Goodrich - Lin Chin-Chin
- Bob Hess - Baron Schumate
- Chuck Huber - Shitoto Chandra
- Jeremy Inman - Entrustee
- Grant James - Father Dizzy
- Lydia Mackay - Lady Schumate
- Michael Mayes - Scarpin
- Brina Palencia - Louise
- Ryan Reynolds - Isolde Blacher
- Monica Rial - Nora
- Ian Sinclair - Manager
- Mark Stoddard - Da Renzo
- J. Michael Tatum - Philadel Kest
- Lara Woodhull - Marco
- Stephanie Young - Cicciolina
- Apphia Yu - Grace
- The Los Angeles-based voice actors Michelle Ruff, Richard Epcar and Stephanie Sheh are featured.
- Michelle Ruff reprises the role of Fujiko from the Pioneer/Geneon Entertainment dubs of the franchise, also replacing Meredith McCoy from the FUNimation dubs of the franchise.
- Richard Epcar, previously the voice of Jigen in the Pioneer dubs, provides the voice of Inspector Zenigata. Christopher Sabat's decision on casting Epcar was partly based on the recently-changed Japanese voice for Zenigata sounding deeper (similar in tone to Epcar) as well as FUNimation's previous voice for Zenigata (Philip Wilburn) leaving.
|The Complete Series||1|