Today, the world is bathed in colors, once more.
Earlier today, Iroduku: The World in Colors launched worldwide on Amazon’s Prime Video platform. In addition, the official P.A. Works Twitter account updated with a new key visual for the series. The image features the show’s leads standing in the rain, each holding a colored umbrella.
Toshiya Shinohara (Black Butler, A Lull in the Sea) will direct the project at P.A. Works, with Yuki Akiyama providing character designs. Yoshiaki Dewa (Flying Witch, A Lull in the Sea) is scoring the soundtrack.
The confirmed voice cast includes:
- Kohaku Tsukishiro: Kaede Hondo
- Hitomi Tsukishiro: Kaori Ishihara
- Shō Aoi: Shōya Chiba
- Asagi Kazeno: Kana Ichinose
- Kurumi Kawai: Nao Tōyama
- Shō Yamabuki: Seiji Maeda
- Chigusa Fukasawa: Ayumu Murase
Amazon describes the series as:
In a world in the future where magic is still a part of everyday life, 17-year-old Hitomi Tsukishiro, a descendant of a family of mages, lost the ability to see colors when young and has grown up into a girl devoid of emotion.
Source: Twitter (PAWORKS_eng)