Cö shu Nie Performs The Promised Neverland Anime's Ending Song
posted on by Karen Ressler
The official Twitter account for Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu's The Promised Neverland (Yakusoku no Neverland) manga announced on Tuesday that three-member band Cö shu Nie (Tokyo Ghoul:re) will perform the ending song for the television anime adaptation.
The anime's cast includes:
(Top row in image above)
- Nao Fujita as Sister Krone
- Yuko Kaida as Isabella/Mom
- Shinei Ueki as Don
- Lynn as Gilda
- Shizuka Ishigami as Nat
- Maaya Uchida (Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma's Yūki Yoshino, Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions!'s Rikka) as Norman
- Sumire Morohoshi (Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul 's Nina, Haikyu!!'s Yachi) as Emma
- Mariya Ise (Made in Abyss's Reg, Fairy Tail's Levi) as Ray
Mamoru Kanbe (Elfen Lied, The Perfect Insider) is directing the anime at A-1 Pictures' CloverWorks studio (PERSONA 5 the Animation). Toshiya Ono (Gatchaman Crowds, The Perfect Insider) is writing the series composition, Kazuaki Shimada (Mahou Shoujo Nante Mouiidesukara.) is designing the characters for animation, and Takahiro Obata is composing the music.
Viz Media is serializing the manga in its digital English edition of Shonen Jump, and is also publishing the volumes in print. The company shipped the sixth volume on October 2, and the seventh volume will ship on December 4. Viz Media describes the story:
The children of the Grace Field House orphanage have their happy lives upended when they find out they're being raised to be fed to demons. Can they escape their fate before it's too late?
Shirai and Demizu launched the manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in August 2016, and the series has entered its final arc as of September. Shueisha shipped the manga's 11th compiled volume on November 2. The manga has more than 7 million copies in print worldwide, with more than 4.2 million copies in print in Japan.
The manga won the Best Shōnen Manga award at the 63rd Shogakukan Manga Awards in January, was nominated for the 11th Manga Taisho awards in January, and was nominated for the 22nd Annual Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize in February. The series also topped the 2018 edition of Takarajimasha's Kono Manga ga Sugoi! (This Manga Is Amazing!) guidebook's list of manga for male readers last December.
Source: The Promised Neverland Twitter account