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Devils' Line Anime's 2nd Video Previews Mamoru Miyano's Ending Song

posted on 2018-03-23 09:30 EDT by Jennifer Sherman
Vampire series premieres on April 7

The official website for the anime of Ryo Hanada's Devils' Line manga began streaming the second promotional video for the series on Friday. The video previews the ending theme song "Sotto Toketeyuku Yō ni," performed by Mamoru Miyano.

The anime will premiere on AT-X on April 7 at 23:30, and it will also air on Tokyo MX, BS11, Sun TV, and KBS Kyoto. Sentai Filmworks will stream the series during the spring 2018 simulcast season and release the series on home video.

The previously announced cast members include:

Yoshinobu Tokumoto (Nagasarete Airantou, Amanchu! unit director) is directing the anime at Platinum Vision, with Hideaki Nakano (Aoharu x Machinegun, Servamp) as assistant director. Kenji Konuta (Aoharu x Machinegun, Servamp), Ayumu Hisao (Gekijōban Servamp: Alice in the Garden) are credited for series composition and scripts. Senri Kawaguchi is drawing the character designs, and is also credited for chief animation director alongside Toshimitsu Kobayashi. Yasuhiro Saiki is the action animation director.

Other staff members include:

Prop Design: Tomokazu Sugimura
Art Director: Masaki Mayuzumi
Color Setting: Aiko Yamagami
Director of Photography: Shigeki Asakawa
Editing: Kashiko Kimura
Sound Director: Toru Nakano
Sound Effects: Eiko Morikawa, Yuuki Hayashi
Sound Production: Pony Canyon Enterprises
Music: Kana Shibue
Music Production: King Records

Shouta Aoi is performing the opening theme song "Eclipse."

Vertical Comics is publishing the manga in print in English, and Kodansha Advanced Media is releasing the manga digitally in North America. Vertical describes the series' story:

Tsukasa, a college student, is rescued from an attack by a devil, one of many vampires that can blend in among the human population. Anzai, her savior, is a half-devil who exploits his supernatural gifts as a member of a shadowy police task force that specializes in devil-related crime in Tokyo. As Anzai continues to keep guard over Tsukasa, the two quickly forge a tentative bond—one that Anzai fears will test his iron-clad rule of never drinking human blood...

Hanada launched the dark fantasy manga in Kodansha's Monthly Morning Two magazine in 2013, and Kodansha published 11th volume on March 23. The volume bundles a drama CD with the anime's cast featuring a story from the day before the first episode of the anime. Vertical published the tenth volume on March 6.

Source: MoCa News


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