Via the official website of the project SSSSThe first promotional video for the studios' new animated project has been officially revealed Trigger, SSSS.Dynazenon. The video introduces the lead voice as well as the various production members who will work on developing the series. You can also preview the series' soundtrack, composed by well-known musician Shiro Sagisu, who has already worked on works like Neon Genesis Evangelion Y. bleaching.
Designs for the series' main characters have also been revealed.
The studies Graphinica, will work again with the studies Trigger for handling the 3DCG animation of the series. Previously, these two studios worked on the anime SSSS.Gridman.
- Secondary character design: Mayumi Nakamura
- Animation Director: Hiroki Mutaguchi
- Assistant director: Yoshihiro Miyajima
- 3DCG Animation Chief Director: Shinichi Miyakaze (Graphinica)
- Director of 3DCG: Koji Ichikawa (Graphinica)
- Artistic Director: Gakuto Gonbin
- Color key: Hitoki Takeda
- Camera operator: Katsunori Shirado (Graphinica)
- Edition: Masato Yoshitake
- Music production: Pony Canyon
- Sound Director: Fumiyuki go
- Sound effects: Eiko Morikawa
- Line producer: Shunsuke Shida
- Animation producer: Yoshiki USA
- Akira Amemiya ((Inferno cop, ninja slayer) executes the project SSSS.Dynazenon in studies Trigger ((Kill la Kill, Kiznaiver, darling in FranXX) Y. Tsuburaya Productions.
- Keiichi Hasegawa is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
- Shiro sagisu is responsible for the composition of the soundtrack.
- Daiki hamano like Gauma.
- Junya Enoki as Yomogi Asanaka.
- Shion Wakayama as Yume Minami.
- Yuuichirou Umehara as Koyomi Yamanaka.
- Chika angai as Chise Asukagawa.
This series is a spiritual sequel to the original anime SSSS.Gridmanbased on a series Tokusatsu (Name referring to a Japanese live-action series that used special effects absurdly) that aired between 1993 and 1994. The series was created in collaboration with Tsuburaya Productions and the studies Trigger.
The series premiered in October 2018 and contained twelve episodes produced under the direction of Akira Amemiya and scripts from Keiichi Hasegawaand has inspired a multitude of adaptations to plays and manga.