Dokyuu Hentai HxEros unveils the cover of their first Blu-ray / DVD volume

Written and illustrated by the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga Ryouma Kitada, Dokyuu hentai HxErosthe cover of the first Blu-ray / DVD compilation volume was released. The volume will be released in Japan on September 16 and episodes 1 and 2 will be uncensored.

The series premiered in Japan on July 3. Kitada publishes the manga in the magazine Jump SQ from the publisher Shueisha Since 2017, the publisher has published the ninth compilation volume on March 9.

Cast of votes

  • Yoshitsugu Matsuoka like Enjou Retto.
  • Ai Kakuma like Kirara Hoshino.
  • Sayuri Yahagi like Momoka Momozono.
  • Yuuki Kuwahara like Sora Tenkuuji.
  • Ai Kayano like Maihime Shirayuki.
  • Shinichiro Miki like Jou Anno.
  • Nichika Omori like chacha.
  • Daisuke Kishio like Rumba.
  • Rikiya Koyama like the narrator.

Production team

  • Masato Jinbo Directed the anime in the studios Project No. 9 and is also responsible for monitoring the scripts.
  • Akimoto Yamamoto is responsible for the character design.
  • unit HXEROS SYNDROME plays the opening track entitled β€œWake Up HxERO! feat. Retto Enjou ”.
  • Ai Kakuma interprets the final topic with the title "Lost Emotion".

Dokyuu Hentai HxEros Synopsis

In a world on the brink of a major catastrophe that began five years ago, there are heroes who use a device called HxEros to use Ecchi (H) and Erotic (Ero) powers to save the planet from the libidinal monsters.

Enio Retto and Hoshino Kirara are childhood friends who split up. One day they get into a fight against a censor bug that feeds on human sexual energy. After successfully defeating him, they team up with another group of heroes and use the erotic power of HxEROS to save the world.

Source: Official Twitter account

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