“Record of Grancrest War” Plots Audio Drama for BD Release

“Record of Grancrest War” Plots Audio Drama for BD Release

Sword-and-sorcery anime Record of Grancrest War is already plotting its Japanese BD release. And it’s sounding like fans will get to see — or hear, rather — some new adventures from the party.

The series will be release sequentially in individual discs, rather than as a full box, starting this May. The limited-edition release will include a creditless OP/ED, a special booklet, and a drama CD featuring the cast of the anime.

The cover for the first disc has been released by Amazon JP:

Amazon customers will also receive an exclusive B1-size wall tapestry featuring Siluca and Aishela.

Record of Grancrest War Volume drops in Japan on DVD and BD May 30.

>> Record of Grancrest War Volume 1 Product Page

>> Watch Record of Grancrest War on Crunchyroll

Source: Ota-Suke


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TV Anime “Jikken-hin Kazoku: Creatures Family Days” Announces Its Three Main VAs

TV Anime “Jikken-hin Kazoku: Creatures Family Days” Announces Its Three Main VAs

The official Japanese website for the Japanese-Taiwanese collaboration anime adaptation project based on Yanai’s Jikken-hin Kazoku: Creatures Family Days manga announced its three main Japanese voice cast and their characters’ individual reference images today.

The family drama manga follows five brother and sisters whose both parents are mad scientists. Except the 11-year-old youngest child Tanisu, they are all re-created humans who are different from normal people. After the arrest of their parents who have hidden them from the public, the five have to figure out how to live as a normal family in the human society.

The manga has been serialized in Taiwan’s web comic site Sun Comics and has been also running in Shinchosha’s Monthly Comic @BUNCH in Japan. The adaptation animated by Big Firebird Cultural Media and directed by Wei Tianxing is set to premiere in Japan and Taiwan simultaneously

in April 2018.

Tanisu: Riho Sugiyama (Urara Suidoubashi in Atom: The Beginning)

Aisuri: Nanako Mori (Akira Kenjo/Cure Chocolat in Kirakira PreCure a la Mode)

Suishi: Yoshiko Ikuta (Lulu Yurigasaki in Yurikuma Arashi)