On the official page for the anime adaptation of the manga by Ryousuke Takeuchi and illustrated by Hikaru Miyoshi, Yuukoku no Moriartythe second promotional video of the project was released.

The statement also revealed a commercial detailing the distribution information for the compiled Blu-ray / DVD volumes that will be released between January 27 and October 27, 2021 with a three-month break between the fourth and fifth. .

The series has aired since October 11th and is confirmed with a total of 24 episodes. The premiere of the second half is planned for April 2021. The international distribution rights were left to the platform Funimation. Eventually, Takeuchi and Miyoshi started publishing the manga in the magazine. Jump SQ from the publisher Shueisha in August 2016.

Cast

  • Souma saitou as William James Moriarty.
  • Makoto Furukawa like Sherlock Holmes.
  • Chiaki Kobayashi as Louis James Moriarty.
  • Takuya Satou as Albert James Moriarty.
  • Yuuki Ono like John H. Watson.
  • Satoshi Hino as Sebastian Moran.
  • Yuuto Uemura like Fred Porlock.
  • Souma saitou as William James Moriarty.
  • Takuya Satou as Albert James Moriarty.
  • Chiaki Kobayashi as Louis James Moriarty.
  • Makoto Furukawa like Sherlock Holmes.

Production team

  • Kazuya nomura is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Production IG.
  • Tooru Ookubo is responsible for the character design and the direction of animation.
  • Go Zappa Y. Taku Kishimoto You are responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.

Yuukoku no Moriarty Synopsis

The protagonist of the story is James Moriarty, the famous antagonist from the Sherlock Holmes series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In the manga, he is an orphan who takes the name William James Moriarty when he and his younger brother join the Moriarty family. As an adult, he seeks to eliminate the evils caused by England's strict class system.

Source: Comic Natalie

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