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Crunchyroll Adds Code:Realize Anime's OVA Episode

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Original anime DVD offered at event in Japan on May 27

Crunchyroll added the OVA episode for the Code:Realize -Guardian of Rebirth- television anime series on Wednesday. The DVD for the episode, considered the show's 13th episode, was offered at the anime's "London holiday" event, which took place on May 27. The episode takes place one month after the events at the end of the main anime series.

The anime premiered last October. Crunchyroll and Funimation streamed the series as it aired, with Funimation streaming an English dub.

The series adapts a PlayStation Vita game of the same name. The game's cast reprised their roles for the anime.

Crunchyroll describes the story:

I want you to touch me. I want to feel your warmth. [Cardia] is a girl who possesses a toxin that melts everything she touches. Feared as a monster, she spent her days in isolation. One night, just as she is about to be captured by the British army, she meets a man who calls himself the gentleman thief, Arsène Lupin. She arrives at London, where she meets many people and experiences many things. In her adventures with Lupin, she comes close to discovering the truth about her body and her missing memories. What is the truth that this so-called "monster" of a girl finds?

Hideyo Yamamoto (Strike the Blood, The Prince of Tennis II) directed the anime at studio M.S.C (The Prince of Tennis II). Sayaka Harada (STARMYU) handled the series composition, and Joe handled scenario supervision. miko designed the original characters, and Aya Nakanishi (Lady Jewelpet) adapted those designs for animation. Akiharu Ishii (Shōwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjū, The Prince of Tennis) was the chief animation director. Ryō Takahashi composed the music at Lantis. Mia REGINA (Matoi the Sacred Slayer, Seven Mortal Sins, Momokuri) performed the anime's opening theme song "kalmia," and Saori Hayami performed the ending theme song "twinkle."

Source: Crunchyroll

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