Princess Principal TV Anime's Video Reveals More Cast, July 9 Debut
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The official website for the Princess Principal original television anime series began streaming the anime's second promotional video on Friday. The video reveals the anime's additional cast and July 9 premiere.
The additional cast includes:
The previously announced cast includes:
The "spy action" series follows five girls in 19th century London, a city within the Albion Kingdom divided into east and west by a large wall. The girls serve as undercover spies enrolled as students at the prestigious Queen's Mayfair school. The girls make use of their individual abilities to remain active in the underground world of disguise, espionage, infiltration, and car chases.
Masaki Tachibana (Barakamon, .hack//Quantum) is directing the series at Studio 3Hz and Actas. Ichiro Okouchi (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress) is in charge of the series composition and is also writing the scripts. Kouhaku Kuroboshi (Kino's Journey, Sky Girls) is designing the original characters, and Yukie Akiya (Celestial Method, Code:Breaker) is adapting the characters for animation and is also serving as a co-chief animation director for the series. Yuki Kajiura (Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Fate/Zero) is composing the music.
Void_Chords feat.MARU is performing the opening theme song "The Other Side of the Wall." Void_Chords is a pseudonym for composer Ryō Takahashi (High School DxD New, ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept.) MARU is a new singer who previously performed as Mrs. Jefferson in a 2015 production of the musical Rent. The song's CD single is slated for July 26.
Ayaka Imamura, Akira Sekine, Yō Taichi, Akari Kageyama, and Nozomi Furuki are performing the ending theme song "A Page of My Story" as their respective characters. The song's CD single is slated for August 2.
A smartphone game titled Princess Principal Game of Mission is also in development. Preregistration for the game will begin on June 30.
Source: Anime! Anime! (Katsunori Takahashi)