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Doreiku Anime Gets New Trailer, Premiere Schedule (NSFW)


A place where freedom comes from captivity… welcome to the slave ward.

Earlier today, the official Doreiku The Animation anime website updated with a new trailer, as well as the show’s première schedule and theme songs.

We break the details down below.

Trailer

The minute-long promo introduces the show’s core concepts through character dialogue,

Theme Songs

Shōgo Sakamoto will perform opening theme song Karakara no Kokoro (Dried-Up Heart), while pile provides closing theme song BJ.

Premiere

The show will hit Japanese TV on April 12. The full broadcast schedule is as follows:

  • Tokyo MX: 4/12/2018 at 25:05 (4/13/2018 at 1:05AM)
  • BS11: 4/12/2018 at 25:00 (4/13/2018 at 1:00AM)
  • AT-X: 4/13/2018 at 24:30 (4/14/2018 at 12:30AM)

Netflix will stream the series as a Netflix Original in Japan.

Ryōichi Kuraya (Tsugumomo) is directing the project and writing the scripts at studios TNK and Zero-G. Junji Goto (High School DxD, School Days) will fill the dual role of character designer and chief animation director.

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Eia Arakawa: Hibiku Yamamura
  • Yūga Ōta: Ryouta Suzuki
  • Julia Katsushika: Sayaka Senbongi
  • Ayaka Toyoshima: Suzuna Kinoshita
  • Seiya Shinjuku: Hikaru Midorikawa
  • Julia Katsushika: Sayaka Senbongi
  • Ataru Chūō: Katsuyuki Konishi
  • Rushie Suginami: Nozomi Nishida
  • Masakazu Meguro: Yasuhiko Kawazu
  • Shinnosuke Tachikawa: Showtaro Morikubo
  • Takio Minato: Yusuke Shirai
  • Sachi Shibuya: Hikaru Yūki
  • Tsubaki Setagaya: Kazuyuki Okitsu
  • Shiwori Adachi: Sarara Yashima
  • Taiju Nakano: Ayumu Murase
  • Zenichi Bunkyō: Tetsu Inada
  • Zushiōmaru Sumida: Kouki Miyata
  • Maria Chiyoda: Saki Hayakawa
  • Gekkō Itabashi: Kengo Kawanishi
  • Zero Shinagawa: Sachi Kokuryu
  • Muon Nerima: Kenyuu Horiuchi
  • Minami Kita: Saeko Kamimura

Doreiku: The Animation is based on Shinichi Okada and artist Hiroto Ōishi’s Doreiku: Boku to 23-nin no Dorei (Slave District: 23 Slaves and Me) manga. The series began its life as light novel series Boku to 23-nin no Dorei, which originally appeared on novel site Everystar. Futabasha picked up the rights to the series, which they began publishing the title under their main banner. Three volumes, along with sequel story Doreiku 2nd Shinjuku Kikō Kai and 23-nin no Dorei.ex have been released to date.

Okada and Ōishi have recently begun work on a new series, titled Dai Dorei: Kimi to 1-Oku 3-Senban no Dorei. One volume has been released to date, as the second will hit stores on Tuesday.

The Dorei-ku: Boku to 23-nin no Dorei manga began publication in 2012. Nine compiled volumes have been released to date, with the most recent hitting stores on May 12, 2016.

Manga resource Baka-Updates describes the series as:

What if you could enslave anyone you ever wanted? Well, this comes close. The SCM lets you enslave anyone who is also wearing an SCM, at a price. One must win over the other, at anything, in order for the other to become their slave.

Source: Ota-suke

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