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Black Butler: Book of Circus 30-Second Commercial Streamed

posted on 2014-05-29 16:05 EDT
Television anime to premiere on July 10

Aniplex began streaming a commercial for the Black Butler: Book of Circus television series this Friday. The commercial confirms that the anime will premiere on July 10 on MBS and also run on TBS, CBC, and BS-TBS.

Aside from the upcoming new television series, an original video anime (OVA) titled Kuroshitsuji Book of Murder is also in producion. The OVA will be screened in Japanese movie theaters this fall.

The cast and staff for the new projects includes:

    Daisuke Ono as Sebastian Michaelis
    Maaya Sakamoto as Ciel Phantomhive
    Mamoru Miyano as Joker
    Ayahi Takagaki as Doll
    Yuko Kaida as Beast
    Nobuhiko Okamoto as Dagger
    Takuma Terashima as Snake
    Hiroki Touchi as Baldroy
    Yuuki Kaji as Finnian
    Emiri Kato as Mey Rin
    Shunji Fujimura as Mr. Tanaka
    Noriaki Sugiyama as William T. Spears
    Kenn as Ronald Knox
    Jun Fukuyama as Grelle Sutcliff
    Shinnosuke Tachibana as Soma Asman Kadar
    Hiroki Yasumoto as Agni
    Yukari Tamura as Elizabeth Midford
    Koji Yusa as Lau
    Sayuri Yahagi as Ran-Mao
    Junichi Suwabe as Undertaker
    Hisayoshi Suganuma as Fred Abberline
    Yuuki Tai as Peter
    Mayumi Shintani as Wendy
    Yoshihiro Koyanagi as Jumbo
    Ryohei Kimura as Charles Grey
    Tomoaki Maeno as Charles Phips

    Director: Noriyuki Abe
    Series Composition: Hiroyuki Yoshino
    Scripts: Hiroyuki Yoshino, Ichiro Okouchi, Yuka Miyata
    Character Design/Storyboard Director: Minako Shiba
    Sub Character Design: Senri Kawaguchi
    Art Director: Manabu Otsuzuki
    Color Key: Kanako Hokari
    Director of Photographer: Nozomi Shitara
    Editing: Masahiro Goto
    Music: Yasunori Mitsuda
    Sound Director: Katsuyoshi Kobayashi
    Animation Production: A-1 Pictures

SID will return to perform the series' opening theme, "Enamel," and Akira of the band Disacode will make her solo debut performing the series' ending theme.

The manga debuted in Square Enix's Monthly G Fantasy magazine in 2006, and Square Enix will publish the 19th volume on June 27. The first 17 volumes have more than 18 million copies in print, including those published in 42 countries and territories. The manga already inspired a television anime series in 2008 and a stage play in 2009. A second television series followed in 2010 with a new butler and master. The manga won the top prize in the shōnen manga category of France's Japan Expo Awards in 2010 and the Best International Manga Award in Germany's Animagic in 2011.

[Via Otakomu]


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