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Muse Asia Streams Zombie Land Saga Revenge Anime in Southeast Asia

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Sequel anime premieres on April 8

Muse Asia announced on Monday that it will stream the Zombie Land Saga Revenge sequel anime project in Southeast Asia. The stream will debut on April 8 at 11:45 p.m. GMT +8. The stream will be available for users in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The anime will debut in Japan on the Amazon Prime Video service on April 8 at 11:15 p.m. It will then debut on the AT-X, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting Co., Ltd. Saga TV, and BS11 television channels, as well as on the ABEMA service in Japan.

The anime will have the following returning main cast and staff members:

In addition, Ai Kuroiwa is directing the 3D CG, and Momoko Mifune is the compositing director of photography. Yasuharu Takanashi and Funta7 are composing the music at Avex Pictures. The in-story idol group Franchouchou is singing both the opening theme song "Taiga yo Tomo ni Naite Kure" (O Saga, Cry With Me) and the ending theme song "Yume o Te ni, Modoreru Basho mo Nai Hibi o" (Spending The Days With a Dream and Nowhere to Go Home).

MAPPA, Avex Pictures, and Cygames' Zombie Land Saga anime premiered in October 2018. Aniplus-Asia streamed the anime in Southeast Asia beginning in August 2020.

The anime follows Sakura Minamoto, who dreams of being an idol, but is hit by a car and wakes up as a zombie. A man named Kōtarō Tatsumi appears and tells her he's recruiting her into an idol group made up of zombies, dead girls he has "recruited" from several eras of Japanese history.

The anime inspired a stage play titled Zombie Land Saga Stage de Do-n! at Sōgetsu Hall in Tokyo on September 5-6 with four performances. The play was originally scheduled to run in March 2020 in Tokyo with seven performances.

Source: Muse Asia's Facebook page

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