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Tesla Note Anime Reveals More Cast, Visual, October Debut

posted on by Alex Mateo

The official website for the television anime of Masafumi Nishida, Tadayoshi Kubo, and Kōta Sannomiya's Tesla Note manga unveiled on Wednesday four more cast members, a key visual, and the October premiere for the anime.

The newly announced cast includes:

Kazuya Nakai as Kyohei Himi, the chief of Japan's intelligence bureau

Mugihito as Jingo Negoro, Botan's grandfather and chairperson emeritus

Hidenobu Kiuchi as Kensuke Toriumi, the section head

Shizuka Itou as Lily Steiner, Miller's superior in the CIA

The anime's cast includes (left to right in image below):

Michio Fukuda (Hyakko, Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan: Demon Capital, Terraformars Revenge) is directing the anime at Gambit. Nishida himself is supervisng and writing the series scripts. POKImari (Sorcery in the Big City) is drafting the original character designs. Kaoru Wada (Inuyasha, Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon) is composing the music.

The spy action manga follows "Mission T," a shadow war of spies and secret intelligence waged to prevent the world's destruction. The story follows Botan Negoro, who has trained as a ninja since childhood, and has grown to become a talented spy. She teams up with Kuruma, a spy who has a flair for theatrics, in a new mission with the world at stake: to retrieve the "Tesla Crystal," the "legacy" of genius Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla. But other countries and their agents are already moving to secure the Tesla Crystal, and Botan and Kuruma will have to use all their wit to outsmart them.

The manga launched in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine on January 6. The manga transferred to Kodansha's Magazine Pocket app on August 4. Nishida and Kubo are credited with the original work, while Sannomiya is drawing the art. Kodansha published the manga's second compiled book volume on June 17.

Sources: Tesla Note anime's website, Comic Natalie


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