Excitement's in the air as Taiga Miyakawa's manga masterpiece, "Tasuuketsu," gears up for its anime debut in Japan this year. The press release dropped, spilling the tea on the voice cast and production squad.

Taiga Miyakawa kicked off the manga's journey in 2013, wrapping it up the following year. Not one to chill, Miyakawa-sensei dropped "Tasuuketsu: FINAL KEQ" from 2015 to 2017, with the saga's third wave, "Tasuuketsu: Judgement Assizes," rolling out since November 2017. A 2020 crowdfunded animation short gave fans a taste, but this fresh adaptation is set to be a whole new level of epic.

Meet the Voices

  • Yuuto Uemura steps into the shoes of Saneatsu Narita.
  • Anna Nagase brings Saaya Fujishiro to life.
  • Kazuki Ura voices the enigmatic Ryuuta Ichinose.
  • Kouki Ohsuzu captures the essence of Kazuhiko Satou.
  • Shiori Mikami portrays the spirited Omi Jin.
  • Yuki Nakashima embodies Eren Kunashiri's character.
  • Daisuke Ono lends his voice to Toujuurou Yagihashi.
  • Jun Kasama takes on the role of Ryouei Sudou.
  • Shuuta Morishima rounds out the cast as Soutarou Shinozaki.

Production Powerhouses

  • Tatsuo Satou, known for his work on Madan no Ou to Vanadis, helms the direction at Satelight studios, with Tooru Hamasaki assisting, and also oversees the script.
  • Nami Hayashi, with credits like Black Clover, spearheads character design and animation direction.
  • Soundtrack maestro R・O・N, acclaimed for Kuroko no Basket, orchestrates the score.

What's 'Tasuuketsu' About?

In a world where humanity has vanished, "Tasuuketsu" follows five individuals summoned by a self-proclaimed "Emperor" into a deadly game. The question posed, "Do you choose to live or die?" comes with a chilling rule: "The majority perishes."

As the anticipation builds, don't miss the chance. Share this with your squad, get hyped, and stay tuned for the anime that promises to redefine survival games!

Source: Comic Natalie

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