Boarding School Juliet TV Anime Reveals Staff, Visual, October Premiere
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The official website for the television anime adaptation of Yōsuke Kaneda's school romantic comedy manga series Kishuku Gakkō no Juliet (Boarding School Juliet) revealed the show's staff, "heroine date visual," and October premiere on Friday.
Seiki Takuno (Love and Lies, Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches, Poco's Udon World) is directing the anime at Liden Films. Fumiaki Usui (assistant director for Love and Lies, Sekkō Boys, Poco's Udon World) is the assistant director, and Takao Yoshioka (Watamote, Wagnaria!!2, Ikki Tousen) is both overseeing and writing the scripts. Yūki Morimoto (Miss Monochrome, Miss Monochrome - The Animation- 2) is designing the characters for animation, and Masaru Yokoyama (Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches, Kabukibu!, Your Lie in April) is composing the music.
Other staff members include:
- Art Setting: Tomoyuki Aoki, Yukie Inose
- Art Director: Yukihiro Saitō
- Color Design: Hironori Nochi
- Director of Photography: Hitoshi Tamura
- Editing: Masato Yoshitake
- Sound Director: Yota Tsuruoka
- Sound Effects: Eiko Morikawa
The anime's official websiite also features a "heroine date voice" audio track featuring voice actress Ai Kayano as Juliet.
The anime stars:
Yuuki Ono as Romio Inuzuka, the first-year leader of the Tōwa Nation's "Black Doggy House" dormitory.
Ai Kayano as Juliet Percia, the first-year leader of the Principality of West's "White Cats House" dormitory.
The story follows two students from two nations who attend the Dahlia Academy boarding school, and a forbidden love that blooms between them. In the Tōwa Nation's dormitory stands Romio Inuzuka, and in the Principality of West dormitory stands his lover and eternal enemy, Juliet Percia. Everything begins with the confession that Romio stakes his life on.
Kodansha Comics began releasing the manga digitally in English on April 10 as one of its digital first titles.
Kaneda launched the manga in Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine in 2015, and the manga moved to Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine in 2017. Kodansha published the seventh volume on March 16, and will publish the eighth volume on June 15. The series received a nomination in the Shōnen category of the 41st Annual Kodansha Manga Awards last year.
Source: Kishuku Gakkō no Juliet Anime's Official Website
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