A few days ago we published an article that explained that several manga readers Shadow house indicated that the animated adaptation was produced by the studios Cloverworkshad changed the original content omit the appearance of an important character. The creative group Soumatou He later posted an update on Twitter confirming the changes and explaining the situation:

«We had to change some parts of the script as it was impossible to adjust the narrative coherence for a project with only one arc (thirteen episodes). If there is to be a second season, we'll do our best to connect and fix the episodes. Please keep supporting us!».

The creative group also stated: «The reason this character thing isn't explained until much later than the original story is, as we explained in the interview with Comic Natalie, that we planned to finish the "Debut Arc" in about three episodes. (In other words, we wanted to fast-forward the facts.) (That's fun doing a weekly manga out.)».

Production team

  • Kazuki ohashi ((Digimon Adventure: Final Evolution Kizuna, Fairy Tail: Dragon Scream, Tsukimonogatari ) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Cloverworks.
  • Toshiya Ono ((86: Eighty-six, Gatchaman crowds, Houseki no kuni) is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Chizuko Kusakabe ((Pumpkin scissors, Trouble chocolate) is responsible for the character design.
  • Kenichiro Suehiro ((Hataraku Saibou, Firepower, Golden Kamuy) is responsible for composing the soundtrack.

Synopsis of Shadows House

Shaded and faceless nobles live in a huge mansion and are cared for by living dolls who spend much of their time cleaning up the soot that their mysterious masters incessantly emit. Follow the story of Emilyko, a lively young and happy doll as she learns her duties as an assistant to Kate Shadow-sama. What dangerous and dark secrets will she and Kate find as they become increasingly involved in the inner workings of the shadowy society?

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