News Chain Chronicle Anime's Cast Line-Up Announced
posted on 2014-08-10 14:30 EDT
The cast line-up for the anime adaptation of Sega's Chain Chronicle smartphone role-playing game was announced on Friday. Some of the cast was previously announced but their roles were not yet revealed.
The short anime will star:
- Akira Ishida (Slayers Try, Danganronpa The Animation) as Hero/Haruaki/Black Knight
- Ayane Sakura (Dream Eater Merry, Is the order a rabbit?) as Phina/Touka
- Maaya Uchida (Pretty Rhythm Rainbow Live, Noragami) as Pirika/Ninfa
- Kotori Koiwai (Joshiraku, Soul Eater Not!) as Rinse/ Yuni
- Junichi Yanagita (Captain Earth) as Werner/Knuckle
- Shiori Mikami (Attack on Titan, Momo Kyun Sword) as Rifrette
- Mikako Komatsu (Bodacious Space Pirates, K) as Cain
- Yuka Terasaki (Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, Senyū.) as Marina/Aldora
- Rina Satou (A Certain Scientific Railgun S, Blue Exorcist) as Mishidia / Yugudo
- Yu Kobayashi (Steins;Gate, Attack on Titan) as Kiki
- Natsuko Kuwatani (Sengoku Basara, Rozen Maiden) as Eirenusu
- Tetsu Inada (Kill la Kill, Kobato.) as Greg/Dodogaru
- Yukiyo Fujii (Patema Inverted) as Juliana
Takeshi Mori (Vandread, The Skull Man) will direct the anime at Sotsu and Jūmonji from scripts by QUALIA, who wrote the scenario for the original game and its drama CD. Hiromi Kato (Guilty Crown, Fantasista Doll) is designing the characters.
The short anime will consist of eight five-minute episodes for a total runtime of 40 minutes. It will have a limited screening at five theaters in Japan beginning on September 6.
Thanks to Rachel S. for the news tip
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