Lord of Vermilion: The Crimson King (TV)

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Alternative title:
Lord of Vermilion
Lord of Vermilion: Guren no Ō (Japanese)
ロード オブ ヴァーミリオン 紅蓮の王 (Japanese)
Plot Summary: Tokyo in 2030. In a suburban area, suddenly a high-frequency resonant sound is heard, and at the same time a red mist shrouds the area. Anyone who hears the sound, be it human or animal, loses consciousness. The government estimates that it might be an unidentified virus, and fearful of an epidemic, blockades Tokyo and moves its base to Osaka. However, six days after the incident, those who lost consciousness from the sound awaken for no apparent reason. Those blockaded in Tokyo slowly start to get the city functioning again, but after that day strange incidents start to occur at the blockade border. Those who have awakened a hidden blood power arise, are drawn to one another, and must face a cruel fate.
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Seen in part or in whole by 44 users, rank: #5312 (of 7451)
Median rating: Not really good
Arithmetic mean: 3.944 (Not really good), std. dev.: 1.6149, rank: #7281 (of 7475)
Weighted mean: 3.898 (Not really good), rank: #7293 (of 7475) (seen all: 4.63 / seen some: 2.00 / won't finish: 2.90)
Bayesian estimate: 5.413 (So-so+), rank: #5430 (of 5645)
Vintage: 2018-07-13
Opening Theme:
"Tenshi yo Furusato o Kike" by May'n
Ending Theme:
"Akaku, Zetsubō no Hana" by JUNNA
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Eiji Suganuma
Series Composition: Masashi Suzuki
Character Design: Toshie Kawamura

Key Animation:
Junko Matsushita (ep 3)
Masaharu Morinaka (ep 3)
Shinichi Iimura (ep 3)
Theme Song Performance:
JUNNA (ED)
May'n (OP)
Animation Production:
asread
Tear Studio
Art Board: Production ai
Backgrounds: Mabuss Animation
Key Animation: Studio Wombat (ep 1)
Offline Editing: Jay Film
Original Creator: Square Enix
Photography: MADBOX
Production Cooperation: APPP (ep 3)
special effects: MADBOX
Video Editing: Q-Tec
Japanese cast
Misato Fukuen as Yuri Shiraki
Yuuki Kaji as Chihiro Kamina

Ai Kayano as Shōko Hanashima
Akira Ishida as Suruga Jūmonji
Aoi Yūki as Kōme Sakiyama
Chiwa Saito as Chiyu
Hiroki Touchi as Isshin Kakihara
Junichi Suwabe as Jun Aoi
Rie Kugimiya as Tsubaki Manazuru
Rina Satou as Akira Harabuki
Satoshi Hino as Kotetsu Dōmyōji
Sayuri Inoue as Dux
Shinichiro Miki as Kaburagi Kark
Takuma Terashima as Haru Minakami
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Inuki Akaya
Yu Kobayashi as Marie Kurokami
Yui Horie as Julia Ichijō

Motoi Koyanagi as Rakan Domyoji
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Jerry Jewell
ADR Script: Clayton Browning

ADR Engineer: Domonique French
ADR Script Supervisor: Jeramey Kraatz
Assistant ADR Director: Apphia Yu
Mix Engineer: Neal Malley
Amber Lee Connors as Yuri Shiraki
Justin Briner as Kotetsu Doumiyouji
Orion Pitts as Chihiro Kamina

Daman Mills as Kaburagi Kark
Dani Chambers as Dux
Eric Vale as Inuki Akaya
Ian Sinclair as Jun Aoi
Jad Saxton as Tsubaki Manazuru
Katelyn Barr as Marie Kurokami
Lindsay Seidel as Shoko Hanashima
Madeleine Morris as Akira Harabuki
Monica Rial as Koume Sakiyama
Robert McCollum as Isshin Kakihara
Sarah Wiedenheft as Chiyu
Stephen Fu as Haru Minakami
Tia Ballard as Julia Ichijou

Alejandro Saab as Kazama
Amanda Lee as Tsubasa
Dallas Reid as Ikuro
Howard Wang as Suruga
Mark Stoddard as Male Professor (ep 2)
R Bruce Elliott as Rakan
Skyler McIntosh as Eiko (ep 2)
English companies
Internet Streaming:
Crunchyroll
FUNimation Entertainment (dubbed)

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