Killing Bites Anime's 2nd Teaser Video Highlights Cheetah
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The official website for the television anime adaptation of illustrator Kazasa Sumita (Witchblade Takeru) and storywriter Shinya Murata's (Jackals) Killing Bites manga began streaming the anime's second teaser video on Friday. The video focuses on the character Cheetah/Eruza Nakanishi, voiced by Maaya Uchida.
The main cast includes:
Sora Amamiya as Hitomi Uzaki (Honey Badger)
Maaya Uchida as Eruza Nakanishi (Cheetah)
Sumire Uesaka as Ui Inaba (Rabbit)
The cast also includes:
- Chinatsu Akasaki as Mai Shinozaki
- Megumi Han as Yōko Mikado
- Yuu Asakawa as Kaori Rikujō
- Takako Honda as Kaede Kazama
- Hidekatsu Shibata as Yōzan Mikado
The cast members are reprising their roles from the 2015 drama CDs.
Yasuto Nishikata (episode director for The Heroic Legend of Arslan, The Seven Deadly Sins) is directing the series at LIDEN FILMS (Love and Lies, The Heroic Legend of Arslan). Aoi Akashiro (Classroom of the Elite, Fuuka) is in charge of series composition, and Kazuo Watanabe (The Heroic Legend of Arslan, Oku-sama wa Joshi Kōsei) is designing the characters. Yasuharu Takanashi (Naruto Shippūden, Fairy Tail) is composing the music. fripSide is performing the opening theme song "killing bites," and Kitsunetsuki is performing the ending theme song "Kedamono Damono."
Killing Bites are underworld duels between human-animal hybrids.
One beast who knows no fear will fight in this animalistic world full of fear and insanity.
This ultimate battle of the beasts will shock you to your core!
Sumita and Murata launched the manga in Monthly Hero's in November 2013. Shogakukan released the manga's eighth compiled book volume on October 5.
The official website for the Killing Bites PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita game announced in September that the staff have suspended development on the game. Developer Nex Entertainment announced the multiplayer game project in 2015, and it was slated for spring 2016. However, the developer was dissolved in 2016, and the game was delayed.
Source: MoCa News
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