Crunchyroll to Stream Triage X Anime
posted on by Karen Ressler
Crunchyroll announced on Tuesday that it will stream the Triage X anime as it airs in Japan. The stream will begin for premium members on Wednesday, April 8 at 1:30 p.m. EDT, and free users will be able to watch one week later.
Triage X will be available in the United States (and its territories), Canada, Central and South America (including the Caribbean), United Kingdom and Ireland, South Africa, Netherlands and Nordics (and its territories), Europe (excluding Germany), Middle East and Africa.
Mochizuki General Hospital boasts some of the most well-trained (and well-endowed) nurses in town. But though these ladies spend much of their day battling disease, their after-hours are spent fighting a very different sort of sickness... Under the leadership of the hospital chairman, a handful of staff members and local teenagers form a group of mercenary assassins, targeting the "cancers" of society and excising those individuals before their wickedness spreads.
Saeko Zōgō (Isuca, Maken-Ki! Battling Venus, Chaika the Coffin Princess, Dai - Shogun - Great Revolution ending themes) featuring Nagareda Project (Dragon Collection, Saint Seiya Omega) will provide the show's opening theme, titled "triage." Kazutomi Yamamoto (Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE! opening theme) will perform the show's ending theme, titled "Soleil More."
The staff list is as follows:
- Planning: Takeshi Yasuda
- Director: Akio Takami and Takao Kato
- Series Composition: Katsuhiko Takayama
- Character Design: Akio Takami
- Prop Design: Natsuko Fujiwara and Yasuyoshi Uezu
- Art Director: Yoshio Tanioka
- Director of Photography: Hayao Arimura
- Color Design: Ayumi Ikeda
- Editing: Jin Nogawa
- Sound Director: Takatoshi Hamano
- Sound Effects: Yuji Furuya
- Sound Production: Dax Production
- Music Production: Nippon Columbia
- Music Producer: Shunichi Uemura
- Animation Production: XEBEC
The series will be 10 episodes long.
Sato launched the manga in Kadokawa's Monthly Dragon Age magazine in 2009, and Kadokawa's Fujimi Shobo imprint will publish the 10th compiled volume on Friday, March 6. Yen Press published the seventh volume on August 26. Sato also drew the art for Highschool of the Dead, another manga that inspired an anime.