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Main Cast & Crew Revealed For “Dances with Dragons” Anime


Careful everyone, there be dragons here.

Earlier today, the official website for the upcoming Saredo Tsumibito wa Ryū to Odoru: Dances with the Dragons (Nonetheless, Sinners Dance with Dragons: Dances with the Dragons) anime opened its doors. The site features the first cast and crew, as well as the initial broadcast details.

Staff

Hiroshi Nishikiori (Azumanga Daioh, A Certain Magical Index) will serve as chief director for the project, with Hiroka Hanai taking the director’s chair. Masaru Kitao (Death NotePops) will produce character designs, while Takayo Ikami (Beautiful Bones: Sakurako’s Investigation, Penguindrum) tackles series composition.

Cast

The confirmed cast includes:

  • Gaius Levina Sorel: Nobunaga Shimazaki
  • Gigina Jardi Doruk Meleios Ashley-Bufh: Yoshimasa Hosoya

A visual showing both characters was uploaded to the site, which you can check out below:

Broadcasting

Saredo Tsumibito wa Ryuu to Odoru – Dances with the Dragons will air on TBS and BS-TBS this October.

Labo Asai’s Saredo Tsumibito wa Ryū to Odoru: Dances with the Dragons light novels began publication in 2003 under Kadokawa’s Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko imprint, albeit without the “Dances With Dragons” subtitle. The series switched to Shogakukan’s Gagaga Bunko in 2008, and gained its new subtitle along with a total rewrite. Artist Miyagi illustrated all volumes under Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko, as well as th first thirteen installments under Gagaga Bunko. Volume 14 saw a switch to current illustrator Zain. To date, 19 volumes have been released by Gagaga Bunko, with the most recent hitting stores in February.

A manga adaptation by Yaku Haibara launched in Kadokawa’s Beans Ace, which was published as a single volume in 2006.

Source: MoCa News

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