BNA: Brand New Animal (TV)

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Alternative title:
ビー・エヌ・エー (Japanese)
Plot Summary: In the 21st century, the existence of animal-humans came to light after being hidden in the darkness of history. Michiru lived life as a normal human, until one day she suddenly turns into a tanuki-human. She runs away and takes refuge in a special city area called "Anima City" that was set up 10 years ago for animal-humans to be able to live as themselves. There Michiru meets Shirō, a wolf-human who hates humans. Through Shirō, Michiru starts to learn about the worries, lifestyle, and joys of the animal-humans. As Michiru and Shirō try to learn why Michiru suddenly turned into an animal-human, they unexpectedly get wrapped up in a large incident.
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Seen in part or in whole by 38 users, rank: #5861 (of 7972)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.217 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.3173, rank: #2322 (of 8045)
Weighted mean: 7.401 (Good+), rank: #1645 (of 8045) (seen all: 7.37 / seen some: 7.62)
Bayesian estimate: 7.436 (Good+), rank: #1315 (of 6109)
Vintage:
2020-03-21 (Netflix)
2020-04-08 (TV Broadcast)
Opening Theme:
"Ready to" by Sumire Morohoshi
Ending Theme:
"Night Running" by AAAMYYY
Official website:
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yoh Yoshinari
Series Composition: Kazuki Nakashima
Script:
Kazuki Nakashima (8 episodes
eps 1-3, 7-8, 10-12
)

Kimiko Ueno (eps 5, 9)
Nanami Higuchi (eps 4, 6)
Storyboard:
Daizen Komatsuda (ep 3)
Hiroyuki Imaishi (eps 1, 5, 12)
Hisayasu Shiba (ep 10)
Kōdai Nakano (eps 2, 7)
Masahiko Otsuka (eps 2, 4, 7, 11)
Saori Den (ep 9)
Shin'ichirō Ushijima (ep 8)
Tatsuo Sato (ep 4)
Yoh Yoshinari (OP; eps 1, 12)
Yoshihiro Miyajima (ep 6)
Episode Director:
Masahiko Otsuka (eps 7, 11)
Noboru Furukawa (eps 2, 8)
Saori Den (ep 9)
Tatsumi Fujii (ep 4)
Tomoyuki Munehiro (eps 5, 12)
Yoshihiro Miyajima (eps 1, 6)
Yuichi Shimohira (eps 3, 12)
Character Design: Yusuke Yoshigaki
Art Director: Masanobu Nomura
Chief Animation Director: Naoki Takeda
Animation Director:
Masamichi Ishiyama (ep 6)
Masaru Sakamoto (ep 2)
Michelle Sugimoto (7 episodes
eps 1, 3, 6, 8-9, 11-12
)

Naoki Takeda (OP; 5 episodes
eps 1, 3, 9-10, 12
)

Shimon Dohi (ep 6)
Sushio (ep 5)
Tetsuya Hasegawa (5 episodes
eps 2, 6, 8, 11-12
)

Director of Photography: Nozomi Shitara

2nd Key Animation:
Hiroyuki Takashima (ep 1)
Ichigo Kanno (ep 2)
Michelle Sugimoto (eps 2-3, 8, 12)
Naoki Takeda (eps 3, 6, 9)
Tetsuya Hasegawa (eps 6, 8, 12)
Action Part Supervision: Hiroyuki Imaishi (2, 7-8, 10)
Art Setting:
Shōta Sannomiya (eps 1-9, 11-12)
Toshiki Amada (eps 1-12)
Assistant Animation Director:
Michelle Sugimoto (ep 2)
Naoki Takeda (eps 2, 4)
Assistant Chief Animation Director: Ichigo Kanno (ep 7)
Assistant Episode Director:
Kōdai Nakano (eps 2, 11)
Rei Ōwada (eps 1, 6, 10)
Yoshihiro Miyajima (10)
Color Key: Yukiko Kakita
Concept Art: Genice Chan
Editing: Kentarou Tsubone
Episode Direction Guidance: Masahiko Otsuka (ep 2)
Key Animation:
Akira Oguro (ep 9)
Hanyū (ep 3)
HERO (ep 12)
Hideo Amemiya (ep 7)
Hiroyuki Imaishi (eps 11-12)
Ichigo Kanno (OP; 7 episodes
eps 1-7 odd, 8, 10, 12
)

Kazuki Kimura (ep 5)
Michelle Sugimoto (eps 1, 6, 11)
Naoki Takeda (OP; ep 7)
Satoshi Harayama (ep 9)
Shimon Dohi (eps 1-3, 5-6)
Shiori Tani (ep 5)
Shōta Sannomiya (OP; eps 3, 5)
Sushio (OP; eps 1, 5, 11-12)
Tetsuya Hasegawa (ep 11)
Toshiharu Sugie (eps 5, 9)
Yoh Yoshinari (ep 12)
Music Composition: mabanua
Planning Cooperation: Iori Miyazawa (eps 1-12)
Silver Wolf Picture Book Illustration: Celine DaHyeu Kim
Theme Song Performance: Sumire Morohoshi (OP)
Sumire Morohoshi as Michiru Kagemori
Yoshimasa Hosoya as Shirō Ogami

Daisuke Namikawa as Pinga
Gara Takashima as Barbaray Rose
Hiroshi Naka as Yūji Tachiki
Hiroshi Yanaka as Jem Horner
Houchu Ohtsuka as Prime Minister Shiramizu
Kaito Ishikawa as Alan Sylvasta
Kenji Nomura as Kōichi Ishizaki
Kimiko Saitō as Melissa Horner
Maria Naganawa as Nazuna Hiwatashi
Megumi Han as Jackie
Michiyo Murase as Mary Itami
Takehito Koyasu as Boris
Youhei Tadano as Giuliano Flip

Akihiro Matsushima as Hiromu Yaba (ep 3)
Ami Maeshima as Nina Flip (ep 4)
Arisa Shida as Risa (ep 4)
Daisuke Motohashi as Masaru Kusakabe (eps 2-4)
Hadzuki Hoshino as Youta (ep 2)
Hinata Tadokoro as Beastmen Hunter B (ep 1)
Katsumi Suzuki as Akihiro Magaki (ep 3)
Kazuki Miyagi as Gang Member (ep 3)
Kento Shiraishi as
Gang Member (ep 3)
Squirrel Monkey (ep 2)
Madoka Asahina as Girl (ep 4)
Makoto Yasumura as Fumio Mimura (ep 3)
Megumi Nakamura as Beastmen (ep 2)
Megumi Sano as Japanese Boar (ep 1)
Mikoto Nakai as
Child (ep 2)
Girl (ep 4)
Hyena (ep 1)
Miyuki Ichijou as Gran Grandma (ep 2)
Mutsuki Ryumon as
Beastmen (ep 2)
Satō (ep 1)
Souma Shiomi as Beastmen Hunter A (ep 1)
Takeru Yagi as Yamada (ep 1)
Tarō Kiuchi as
Beastmen (ep 2)
Pelican (ep 4)
Tanaka (ep 1)
Yuka Komatsu as Elsa (ep 2)
Japanese companies
English staff
English companies
Subtitle Translation: Brian Athey
Internet Streaming: Netflix
Production: SDI Media
English cast
(none)

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