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Kaiju Girls (Black) Anime's Promo Video Reveals Cast, Staff

posted on 2018-07-19 07:15 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Anime gets theatrical screenings in Japan starting on November 23

The official website for the Kaijū Girls ~Ultra Kaijū Gijinka Keikaku~ franchise began streaming the first promotional video on Thursday for the Kaijū Girls (Black): Ultra Kaijū Gijinka Keikaku anime. The video reveals the show's cast and staff.

The anime will have a limited theatrical run across Japan beginning on November 23.

Tsuburaya Productions is credited with the original work, and Yasutaka Yamamoto (Squid Girl both seasons, Servant × Service, Actually, I Am…) is directing the anime at Yumeta Company. Kento Shimoyama (Servant × Service, Bleach, Armed Girl's Machiavellism) is handling the series composition, Komagoma is designing the characters, and Shūji Katayama (Overlord, Popin Q, Saga of Tanya the Evil) is composing the music at Pony Canyon.

The anime stars:

Hiyori Nitta as Commander Black


Yuki Yagi as Alien Pegassa


Minami Takahashi as Silver Bloome


Kaori Ishihara as Nova


The first season of the Kaijū Girls ~Ultra Kaijū Gijinka Keikaku~ anime premiered via streaming in September 2016, and the second season premiered on January 9. Crunchyroll streamed both series worldwide outside of Asia.

The anime is part of Tsuburaya Productions' Ultra Kaijū Gijinka Keikaku project, which transforms kaijū (monsters) from the Ultraman live-action special-effects series into cute, female anthropomorphized monsters. The project has four distinct versions. The "POP version" features character designs by POP, and has picture books and drama CDs, as well as manga. The "Kadokawa version" includes the Ultra Kaijū Gijinka Keikaku Galaxy Days four-panel manga by Bakutendo, and the Kaijū Girls ~Ultra Kaijū Gijinka Keikaku~ anime shorts. The project also includes figures by Plex, and a "Kodansha version," which includes the Ultra Journey - Twin Tail Shōjo to Twin Tail na Boku manga.

Seven Seas Entertainment released the first volume of Shun Kazakami and POP's Ultra Kaiju Anthropomorphic Project (Ultra Kaijū Gijinka Keikaku: feat. POP Comic code) manga on February 20.

Sources: Kaiju Girls (Black) anime's website, Moca News


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