As previously announced, today the platform Netflix premiered the original anime of the studios Trigger, Brand New Animal. The twelve episodes of the series are available with subtitles or with dubbing in Latin Spanish.

For its part, the series premiered on the platform in Japan on March 21 with its first six episodes, and published the second round on May 6. Subsequently, the series officially premiered on April 8 on Japanese television and airs a new episode weekly.

Cast of voices

  • Sumire Morohoshi like Michiru Kagemori.
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya like Shirou Ogami.
  • Maria Naganawa like Nazuna Hiwatashi.
  • Kaito Ishikawa like Alan Sylvasta.
  • Gara Takashima like Barbaray Rose.
  • Michiyo Murase like Marie Itami.

Production team

  • Yoh Yoshinari (Little Witch Academia) is in charge of directing the anime in the studios Trigger.
  • Kazuki Nakashi (Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, Kill la Kill) is in charge of writing the scripts.
  • Yusuke Yoshigaki is in charge of character design.
  • mabanua is in charge of the composition of the soundtrack.
  • Sumire Morohoshi (Interpreting Michiru Kagemori) performs the opening track titled “Ready to”.
  • The electronic musician AAAMYYY interprets the closing theme titled "Night Running".

Brand New Animal Synopsis

It is the 21st century, the existence of human-animals was exposed after a long time being hidden in the dark corners of history. Michiru lived a normal life as a human, until one day she becomes a tanuki-human. She runs and takes shelter in “Anima City” built ten years ago by human-animals to live peacefully.

There, Michiru meets Shirou, a wolf-human who hates humanity. Through Shirou, Michiru discovers the cruel life of human-animals, their worries and their joys. As Michiru and Shirou try to decipher the meaning and secret behind Michiru's transformation, they are unknowingly meddling in a major incident.

Source: Netflix

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