Sentai Filmworks Adds The Perfect Insider


Source: Sentai Filmworks
Summary:

Sentai Filmworks announced that they acquired the domestic rights to The Perfect Insider. The company will release the title to digital outlets in the near future, with a physical edition planned for a later date.

Crunchyroll announced that they will stream episodes of the series as they air in Japan.


Sentai Filmworks announced that they acquired the domestic rights to The Perfect Insider. The company will release the title to digital outlets in the near future, with a physical edition planned for a later date.

Crunchyroll announced that they will stream episodes of the series as they air in Japan.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SENTAI FILMWORKS LICENSES “THE PERFECT INSIDER”

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HOUSTON, OCTOBER 8, 2015Sentai Filmworks is proud to announce its latest acquisition, The Perfect Insider, as part of the Fall 2015 anime season lineup. This anime action series is adapted from the 1996 novel by original creator, MORI Hiroshi. The story revolves around SAIKAWA Sohei, a member of the SAIKAWA Research Lab, as he and a mysterious young woman named NISHINOSONO Moe end up working together to solve strange incidents surrounding a serial murder case.

Mamoru Kanbe will be directing the series. Inio Asano, known for his work in Solanin and Hikari no Machi, will be in charge of original character design. Toshiya Ono will be responsible for series composition, and Kenji Kawai will be managing music. Animation production will be handled by A-1 Pictures, known for their work with tsuritama, Sword Art Online, and GATE.

The Perfect Insider is scheduled for an October 2015 broadcast in Japan and will be available through select digital outlets with a home video release to follow.

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About Sentai Filmworks, LLC

Sentai Filmworks curates one of largest and most beloved anime and genre programming libraries, containing thousands of hours of content released across traditional and digital media platforms.  With hit series that include Parasyte –the maxim–, Log Horizon, High School of the Dead, Persona 4: The Animation, and Akame ga Kill!, Sentai’s catalogue continues to grow with new favorites like Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? and iconic anime series such as Legend of the Galactic Heroes. Visit www.sentaifilmworks.com for more information.

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