Mado Nozaki's Babylon Novels Gets TV Anime by Revoroot
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
An official website and Twitter account opened on Monday to reveal that Mado Nozaki's Babylon novels is getting a television anime adaptation by Revoroot. Twin Engine is producing the anime, and the company began streaming a teaser video for the series. The anime will air on television and stream exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in Japan and overseas.
The novels' illustrator Zain provided an illustration for the anime's announcement visual.
The suspense story centers around Zen Seizaki, a prosecutor with the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors' Office. While investigating illegal acts by a certain pharmaceutical company, Seizaki stumbles across a conspiracy over an election for an autonomous "new zone" established in western Tokyo.
Kodansha's novel label Kodansha Taiga released the novels' first volume in 2015, followed by the second in 2016. The third volume shipped on November 22.
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