Aya Uchida Performs Ending Theme for Infinite Dendrogram Anime
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The official Twitter account for the television anime of Sakon Kaidō's Infinite Dendrogram light novel series revealed on Sunday that Aya Uchida will perform the show's ending theme song "Reverb." Additionally, Uchida will voice the character Elizabeth S. Altar in the anime.
The previously revealed cast includes:
- Sōma Saitō as Ray Starling
- Yūko Ōno as Nemesis
- Satoshi Hino as Shu Starling
- Makoto Koichi as Rook Holmes
- Yūki Takada as Babylon
- Ayumu Murase as Hugo Lesseps
- Yui Ogura as Cyco
- Yōko Hikasa as Marie Adler
- Aoi Yūki as Liliana Grandria
- Natsumi Haruse as Milianne Grandria
- Shiori Izawa as Cheshire
- Kenichi Suzumura as Figaro
- Nao Tōyama as Xunyu
Tomoki Kobayashi (Utawarerumono, Steins;Gate, Akame ga KILL!) is directing the anime. Yūichirō Momose (My First Girlfriend is a Gal, My Sister, My Writer) is writing and overseeing the series scripts, Masahiko Nakata (Utawarerumono, Tears to Tiara) is adapting character designs for animation, and Kenji Hiramatsu (Saint Seiya Omega theme song arrangement) is composing the music. NAZ is animating the series. Production ai is handling the backgrounds, and Kisuke Koizumi is the sound director. Aoi Yūki is performing the opening theme song "Unbreakable."
In the year 2043, Infinite Dendrogram, the world's first successful full-dive VRMMO was released. In addition to its ability to perfectly simulate the five senses, along with its many other amazing features, the game promised to offer players a world full of infinite possibilities. Nearly two years later, soon-to-be college freshman, Reiji Mukudori, is finally able to buy a copy of the game and start playing. With some help from his experienced older brother, Shu, and his partner Embryo, Reiji embarks on an adventure into the world of Infinite Dendrogram. Just what will he discover and encounter in this game world known for its incredible realism and infinite possibilities?
Kaidō launched the story in 2015 on the Shōsetsu-ka ni Narou ("Let's Be Novelists") website. Hobby Japan publishes the novels in print with illustrations by Taiki. Kami Imai began drawing the manga adaptation of Kaidō's novel series on Hobby Japan's Comic Fire website in 2016. La-na launched a spinoff manga titled Crow Record: Infinite Denrogram Another in Kadokawa's Monthly Comic Alive magazine on May 27.
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