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Cestvs: The Roman Fighter TV Anime's 2nd Ad Unveils Sarasa Kadowaki's Ending Song

posted on by Egan Loo
Anime premieres on April 14

The official website for Cestvs: The Roman Fighter, the television anime of Shizuya Wazarai's Kentō Ankoku Den Cestvs and Kendo Shitō Den Cestvs manga, posted the anime's second commercial on Wednesday. The commercial announces and previews the ending theme song "Kirei Da" (You're Beautiful) by singer-songwriter Sarasa Kadowaki. Kadowaki read the original manga while creating the song.

The original manga takes place at the height of the Roman Empire, and follows Cestus, a boy who is enslaved and placed in a training school for boxers to fight in the Colosseum.

Hiromu Mineta is starring in the anime as Cestus, in his first starring role in an anime. The other cast members are:

Toshifumi Kawase (Tenjho Tenge, Matchless Raijin-Oh) is the chief director of the anime. Bandai Namco Pictures is producing the series. Professional boxer Yoshihiro Kamegai is advising the staff for boxing scenes in the anime. Masahiro Tokuda, Akihiro Manabe, and Yoshiyasu Ueda are composing the music. LOGIC&MAGIC are producing the CG.

The other staff members include:

The group Dragon Ash is performing the opening theme song "Endeavor."

The series will premiere on April 14 at 24:55 (effectively, April 15 at 12:55 a.m.) in Fuji TV's +Ultra programming block.

Kentō Ankoku Den Cestvs ran in Young Animal from 1997 to 2009 and had 15 volumes. Kendo Shitō Den Cestvs launched in Young Animal in 2010, and then moved to Young Animal Arashi in 2014. The manga then moved again to the Manga Park app in 2018. The manga will again move to Hakusensha's Young Animal Zero magazine. Hakusensha published the ninth volume on June 28.

Source: Comic Natalie

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