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Azusa Tadokoro Performs Theme Song, Voices Heroine for 'SukaSuka' Anime

posted on 2017-02-06 19:10 EST
Original light novel author handles series composition

Singer and voice actress Azusa Tadokoro announced on Sunday that she is performing the theme song "Dearest Drop" for the anime adaptation of Akira Kareno and illustrator ue's Shūmatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii Desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii Desu ka? (What do you do at the end of the world? Are you busy? Will you save us? or "SukaSuka" for short) light novel series. Tadokoro also announced that she will play the lead female character Chtholly.

Original writer Kareno is personally handling series composition. Jun'ichi Wada (The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan, Ragnastrike Angels) is directing the series at C2C and Satelight. Tōru Imanishi (Ragnastrike Angels) is designing the characters.

The anime will premiere in April. The staff are hosting a "kids' audition" that is open to elementary school girls.

The series is set in a world where humans have been driven to extinction by "Beasts." The duty of fighting the Beasts fall to "Fairies," who are destined to use their powers to wield "Holy Swords" called "Kariyon" and eventually meet their destiny of death. A sole human being named Willem wakes up after several hundred years, and continues his fight against the Beasts. The series follows the everyday and transient lives of the leader Willem and the female fairy warriors.

Writer Kareno and illustrator ue launched the series in 2014, and published the fifth and final novel in April. Kareno and ue launched the first novel in a sequel series titled Shūmatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Mō Ichido Dake Aemasu ka? (Do you have what THE END? May I meet you once again?) in April, and the third volume in the new series shipped in December.

New illustrator Kaname Seu launched a manga adaptation of the original novel series in the August issue of Kadokawa's Comic Alive magazine on June 27.


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