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Funimation Streams ID: INVADED Virtual World Suspense Anime in January

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Kenjiro Tsuda stars in original anime from Fate/Zero director Ei Aoki

Funimation announced on Sunday that it will stream the original television anime project ID: INVADED in January . The anime will also premiere in Japan in January.

Funimation describes the anime:

Set in a virtual world, the visually stunning ID: INVADED follows Sakaido, a detective looking to solve the grisly murder of Kaeru, a young girl. But solving this case is unlike any other as the world begins to twist and turn around Sakaido, challenging what he thinks and believes.

Kenjiro Tsuda (One-Punch Man's Atomic Samurai, Attack on Titan's Hannes, Free! - Iwatobi Swim Club's Seijūrō Mikoshiba) stars in the anime as the main character Sakaido. The cast also includes:

Ei Aoki (Re:CREATORS, Aldnoah.Zero, Fate/Zero) is directing the anime, and writer and novelist Otaro Maijo (The Dragon Dentist, Spotless Love: This Love Cannot Be Any More Beautiful.) is the scriptwriter. Atsushi Ikariya (Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower, Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works) is designing the characters based on the original designs of Yūki Kodama (Blood Lad manga creator, Hamatora manga artist).

Yoshihiro Sono (Psycho-Pass, Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress) is credited for art and world setting, and Daisuke Mataga (Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-, Grimoire of Zero) is the main animator. Takehiro Kubota is the assistant director. Emi Chiba (After the Rain, Magical Sisters Yoyo & Nene) is in charge of color design. Keita Shimizu, Ai Asari, Asuka Mamezuka, Norie Igawa, and Momoko Kawai are animators for the project. U/S is composing the music. Sou will perform the opening theme song "Mister Fixer." MIYAVI's "Other Side" will be the ending theme song.

Kodama also launched a manga adaptation of the anime in Kadokawa's Young Ace magazine on October 4.

Source: Funimation


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