Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Yumi Hara Lead Trinity Seven TV Anime's Cast
posted on by Sarah Nelkin
The official website for Trinity Seven, the anime adaptation of Kenji Saitō and Akinari Nao's Trinity Seven - 7-nin no Masho Tsukai manga updated on Thursday, and unveiled the main cast and updated staff list for the series.
The cast will star:
The website is also listing an updated staff list, with the following additions:
- Creature Design: Yasuhiro Moriki
- Prop Design: Chikai OKADO
- Weapon Design: Akira Otsuka
- Color Key: Kaoru Nishimura
- Art Director: Kinichi OKUBO
- Art Setting: Hiroshi IZUMI
- Director of Photography: Megumi ENOMOTO
- 3D CG: Naoto Yamaguchi
- Special Effects: Naomasa FUKUDA
- Editing: Kazuhiko SEKI
- Sound Director: Yasunori Ebina
- Sound Production: Studio Maus
- Music Production Cooperation: TV Tokyo Music
- Production: Trinity Seven Production Committee
The website also unveiled the anime's first main key visual (seen below):
Hiroshi Nishikiori (Azumanga Daioh, A Certain Magical Index) will direct the series, and Hiroyuki Yoshino (Magi, Vividred Operation) will be in charge of series composition. Shinpei Tomooka (Sekirei, Day Break Illusion) and Kyoko Kotani will serve as both character designers and directors of storyboards. Technoboys Pulcraft Green-Fund will compose the music and Seven Arcs Pictures (Mushibugyō) will handle animation production.
In the "romantic comedy but sometime serious magical school story," life as Arata Kasuga knows it is wiped out by a bizarre incident known as "Collapse Phenomenon," which causes worldwide destruction and takes his cousin Hijiri Kasuga to the next world. To resolve the "Collapse Phenomenon" and bring back Hijiri, Arata enrolls in the Royal Biblia Academy. Waiting in the school are seven beautiful female magic users — the Trinity Seven.
Writer Saitō and artist Nao (Countrouble, Psycho Busters) launched the manga in Kadokawa's (Fujimi Shobo's) Monthly Dragon Age magazine in 2011, and Kadokawa published the seventh volume in December.
Source: Moca News
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