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“Angels of Death” Anime Gets 3 New Cast Members

It looks like death has a few new helpers this time around.

Earlier today, the official Angels of Death (Satsuriku no Tenshi) anime website updated with three new cast reveals. The series will add the following:

  • Danny: Takahiro Sakurai
  • Eddy: Natsumi Fujiwara
  • Cassie: Mariya Ise

Visuals for the characters were also revealed, which you can check out below:

The Angels of Death will hit Japanese TV in July.

Angels of Death Key VisualKentarō Suzuki (MARGINAL #4 the Animation) was tapped to direct Angels of Death at J.C. Staff, with Miki Matsumoto providing character designs. Yoshikazu Fujioka (Requiem from the Darkness, Mōryō no Hako) is in charge of series composition for the project.

Other confirmed crew members include:

  • Chief Animation Director: Miki Matsumoto
  • Editor: Yuji Kondō (Real-T)
  • Color key Artist: Kana Tanabe
  • Backgrounds: Waisuman (Studio Tulip)
  • Sound Director: Yoshikazu Iwanami
  • Sound Effects: Yasumasa Koyama
  • Music: Noisycroak
  • Music Production: Lantis

Makoto Sanada and illustrator Kudan Naduka’s Angels of Death manga made its début in Kadokawa’s Comic Gene magazine in 2015. The series currently spans seven collected volumes, with the most recent hitting stores on April 27.

Yen Press currently holds the rights to the Angels of Death manga. They describe the series as:

Most girls waking up without any memory and meeting a serial killer would panic, but not Ray. In fact, far from being her biggest problem, killer Zack might just prove a convenient resource when it comes to finding a way out of the building in which they’re both trapped!

The franchise made its début as a “psycho horror adventure game” by Sanada, under the name “Hoshikuzu KRNKRN”. The game sees serial releases on the Den Fami Nico Game Magazine website, and is available in English on Steam under the title Angels of Death.

Source: MoCa News

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