On the official site for the anime adaptation of the Otome video game by idea factory, Necklace x Malicea new promotional video for the film project entitled as Gekijoban Collar x Malice Deep Cover. The video confirms that The films will open in theaters in Japan on May 26 and June 23 this year..

  • The video shows the theme song "Ningen x Shikkaku“ interpreted by kizu. He will also perform the closing theme song entitled "Nemuranai Machi' for the first film and the title 'Juuhachi' for the second film.

The mark ottoman originally published the Otome Mystery visual novel in August 2016 in Japan and Aksys games released the game in English in July 2017. The fan CD from Necklace x Malice Unlimited (which contained an interlude, a sequel story and three side stories) was released for PlayStation Vita in Japan in July 2018.

production team

  • Hiroshi Watanabe (Ueki no Housoku, Jigoku Shoujo: Mitsuganae, Hetalia: The Beautiful World) is responsible for project management in Studio Deen.
  • Sayaka Harada (Black Bullet, Noblesse, Kemono no Souja Erin, Konbini Kareshi) is responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays.
  • Yukiko Ban (Fruit Basket, Beelzebub, Tasogare Otome x Amnesia) is responsible for character design and animation direction.
  • Masaru Yokoyama (Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso, Horimiya, Fruits Basket, Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo) composes the soundtrack.
Necklace x Malice

Summary of Collar x Malice

A brutal attack by a terrorist organization has left you with a deadly memory: a poisonous necklace that could end your life at any moment. As the situation spirals out of control and time is running out, five mysterious strangers appear to help you in your quest for the truth. who can you trust Can you save yourself and the soul of Shinjuku from the clutches of oblivion? In a city ruled by evil, you are the only hope for salvation.

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